Eurovision 2023: All 37 songs hitting the finals

Five images of Eurovision artists stitched together.

It is that point once more, Eurovision fiends. Time for chaotic choreography, high-drama ballads, nail-biter political level scoring, and GLITTER, PEOPLE.

Eurovision’s finals are going down within the Liverpool Area, England this yr, on behalf of 2022 winners Ukraine, which has entered its 440th day at struggle with Russia. Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra took the highest spot final yr with “Stefania”, whereas the UK got here in second place with TikTok star Sam Ryder and his tune “House Man.”

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So, how do you watch Eurovision?

We have written a complete streaming information for you. The primary semi-final is on Tuesday, Could 9, with the second semi-final set for Thursday, Could 11, and the massive one, the grand last, locked in for Saturday, Could 13. Kalush Orchestra will open the grand last with their profitable track and a brand new efficiency of observe “Voices of a New Technology.”

You possibly can watch the occasions by way of the official Eurovision Tune Contest YouTube channel, or Eurovision’s web site has a listing of all of the broadcasters per nation. After all, there will be updates by way of Eurovision’s Twitter, TikTok, and Instagram accounts.

Which songs are within the Eurovision 2023 last?

However you are right here to atone for all of the music, proper? This is each track and video set for Eurovision’s 2023 semi-finals, in alphabetical order, from Austria’s Teya & Salena with their EDM ode to Edgar Allan Poe to Sweden’s Loreen with main dance ballad “Tattoo” and Finland’s Okayäärijä with that metallic chant banger.

1. Albania: Albina and Familja Kelmendi, “Duje”

2. Armenia: Brunette, “Future Lover”

3. Australia: Voyager, “Promise”

4. Austria: Teya & Salena, “Who The Hell Is Edgar?”

5. Azerbaijan: TuralTuranX, “Inform Me Extra”

6. Belgium: Gustaph, “As a result of Of You”

7. Croatia: Let 3, “Mama ŠČ!”

8. Cyprus: Andrew Lambrou, “Break A Damaged Coronary heart”

9. Czechia: Vesna, “My Sister’s Crown”

10. Denmark: Reiley, “Breaking My Coronary heart”

11. Estonia: Alika, “Bridges”

12. Finland: Okayäärijä, “Cha Cha Cha”

13. France, La Zarra, “Évidemment”

14. Georgia: Iru, “Echo”

15. Germany: Lord of the Misplaced, “Blood & Glitter”

16. Greece: Victor Vernicos, “What They Say”

17. Iceland: Diljá, “Energy”

18. Eire: Wild Youth, “We Are One”

19. Israel: Noa Kirel, “Unicorn”

20. Italy: Marco Mengoni, “Due Vite”

21. Latvia: Sudden Lights, “Aijā”

22. Lithuania: Monika Linkytė, “Keep”

23. Malta: The Busker, “Dance (Our Personal Get together)”

24. Moldova: Pasha Parfeni, “Soarele şi Luna”

24. Netherlands: Mia Nicolai & Dion Cooper, “Burning Daylight”

25. Norway: Alessandra, “Queen of Kings”

26. Poland: Blanka, “Solo”

27. Portugal: Mimicat, “Ai Coração”

28. Romania: Theodor Andrei, “D.G.T. (Off and On)”

30. San Marino: Piqued Jacks, “Like An Animal”

31. Serbia: Luke Black, “Samo Mi Se Spava”

32. Slovenia: Joker Out, “Carpe Diem”

33. Spain: Blanca Paloma, “Eaea”

34. Sweden: Loreen, “Tattoo”

35. Switzerland: Remo Forrer, “Watergun”

36. Ukraine: TVORCHI, “Coronary heart Of Metal”

37. United Kingdom: Mae Muller, “I Wrote A Tune”


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