The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has announced that "Eurovision" in 2023 will be held in the UK.
Initially the contest was to be hosted by Ukraine, but the event had to be moved to another country for security reasons.
“We are extremely grateful that the BBC has agreed to hold the Eurovision Song Contest in the UK in 2023,” said Martin Osterdahl.
The winner of Eurovision 2022 was the Ukrainian band Kalush Orchestra. British singer Sam Ryder took second place.
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