"Get the Inside Scoop: Voting Tips for Eurovision and All About UK Viewer Votes for Mae Muller"
Prepare yourselves for the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest 2023, set to go live on Saturday, May 13th from Liverpool! Hosted by the UK, the 2022 winners were Ukraine, represented by Kalush Orchestra and their song Stefania. The UK’s Sam Ryder came in second with his piece, SPACE MAN. Due to the ongoing civil strife in Ukraine, the 2023 Song Contest will be held in the United Kingdom. However, the event will have a strong presence from Ukraine, as represented by this year’s slogan: ‘United by Music,’ which highlights the cooperation between both countries. You can read more about this collaboration on this webpage.
For information on this year’s contestants, follow these links: the Ukrainian Eurovision 2023 entry is detailed here, and details on UK's entry Mae Muller are available here. Additionally, if you‘d like to read about the Welsh musicians who have taken part in Eurovision and the one who won, follow this link.
But what's the information you need to know before the show? For the first time in the history of Eurovision, fans and viewers around the world will be permitted to vote. Here are the details:
Voting from Participating CountriesFans can vote over the phone, by text message, or use the Eurovision app (available on devices including iOS, Android, and Windows). Each individual can vote up to 20 times, but cannot vote for their own country's entry.
You will see the numbers you need for your preferred country on screen, following the performances. Both televoters and professional juries from participating countries will distribute points from 1 to 8, 10, and 12 points.
You can vote for a specific limited period after all the songs, and the host of the show will announce when the voting window will open and close. Those who cast votes outside the window will not have their votes counted, and they may be charged.
Voting from non-Participating CountriesViewers in eligible countries that aren't taking part in this year’s competition can also vote for the first time, in each Semi-Final and the Grand Final.
All viewers watching from non-participating countries can use the official Eurovision app or visit the new voting hub for the Eurovision Song Contest, www.esc.vote. Both the app and web site will provide the correct voting method for all eligible countries automatically.
The Eurovision Song Contest Final airs on BBC One at 8 pm on Saturday, May 13th. To stay up-to-date with the latest TV and showbiz news, make sure you sign up for our newsletter!
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