Eurovision Song Contest voting system explained - and what time winner is announced
Eurovision fans around the world are getting ready for one of the biggest events in the musical calendar: the Eurovision Song Contest grand final on Saturday night (May 14th).
An audience of around 180 million people is expected to watch the final live on TV.
This year, the UK will be represented by TikTok star Sam Ryder with his song Space Man. But the UK’s record in the competition has been pretty poor in recent years, including an embarrassing nul points at last year’s Eurovision.
Fans across Europe will be voting for their favourite acts, with Ukraine’s entry - Stefania by Kalush Orchestra - considered the strong frontrunner to win. But how does the Eurovision voting system work and when will the winner be announced?
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