Finally, Kitch-est night in music has arrived.
The Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final is set to be broadcast from Liverpool, UK at 8pm local time with a host of amazing and insane acts from across Europe and beyond (Israel and Australia participate too: don’t ask, it’s complicated).
Hosted by musician turned ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ judge Alesha Dixon, ‘Ted Lasso’ star Hannah Waddingham and Ukrainian rock singer Julia Sanina, this year’s extravaganza – which pays homage to last year’s winning Ukraine – is set to be bigger than ever as 26 nations Compete for the Eurovision Cup.
For those who can’t make it to the Liverpool Arena, here’s where you can watch live at home…
NBC’s Peacock Streaming Service from 3 p.m. EST on May 13
BBC One from 8pm BST on 13 May
France 2 from 9pm CET on May 13th
RAI 1 from 9pm CET on May 13th
The first is from 9pm CET on May 13th
SBS and SBS On Demand from 5am AEST on May 14th
KAN 11 from 10 p.m. IDT on May 13 (note: if Israel comes under fire during the broadcast, KAN 11 will switch to broadcast news and Eurovision will switch to KAN Khinokhit)