Who are the hosts of Eurovision 2023? | The Sun

IT'S THAT time once again when weird and wonderful acts take to the stage for Eurovision.

And with the 2023 Song Contest comes three star-studded hosts.

Who are the hosts of Eurovision 2023?

The Eurovision 2023 final is on Saturday, May 13, 2023.

It will be held in Liverpool Arena.

The event will be broadcast live from 8 pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

Graham Norton will once again be commentating on all the Eurovision action for the BBC.

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Julia Sanina

Julia is a singer that featured in a band, The HARDKISS, which competed to represent Ukraine at Eurovision back in 2016.

She was also a finalist on Dancing with the Stars in Ukraine and a judge on The X Factor.

The Ukrainian public elected her to be a judge on Ukraine's Eurovision national selection show (Vidbir).

Speaking about hosting the show, Sanina said: "I’m so excited to showcase Ukrainian culture and creativity, and to help put on a show to make my country proud.

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"I can’t wait to get to Liverpool and meet the fans and the rest of the Eurovision family."

Hannah Waddingham

Hannah Waddingham is a British singer and actress who's best known for her roles in Ted Lasso and Game of Thrones.

She has won an Emmy Award, was nominated for a Golden Globe, and starred in many West End and Broadway productions.

Additional credits include Hocus Pocus 2, Game of Thrones, Sex Education, Willow and the upcoming Tom Jones limited series.

On hosting the Eurovision Song Contest 2023, she said: "There’s something really special about Eurovision which is why I’ve been an avid fan for years – from the camaraderie of all the acts backstage, to the epic scale of the show.

"It’s one of the world’s greatest music festivals, but this year, perhaps more than ever, it is such a great honour to be standing shoulder to shoulder with Ukraine, a country which has carried itself with such strength and unity.

"It is my great privilege to join Eurovision this year of all years."

Alesha Dixon

Alesha Dixon is a TV presenter and singer who rose to fame as a member of the hip-hop group Mis-Teeq.

She went on to win Strictly Come Dancing in 2007, and achieved a number-one hit with her single The Boy Does Nothing.

She has since become a judge on ITV's Britain's Got Talent and has appeared on America's Got Talent: The Champions, Walk the Line, Australia's Got Talent, and has also hosted Alesha's Street Dance Stars, The Greatest Dancer, and Text Santa.

Speaking about the contest, Dixon said: "Eurovision delivers that excitement, creativity and talent, but on a vast, global scale.

"I remember watching the Eurovision Song Contest on the TV when I was small, so to be there bringing the Grand Final and semi-finals to people watching across the world is HUGE."

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