Draw positions of UK and Ukraine have been decided

Today was the official deadline for all the 37 countries which will take part at Eurovision Song Contest 2023 to select their singers and songs for the show.

That was the reason of the meeting which brought the Heads of Delegation today in Liverpool. Each of the broadcasters had to submit the final version of their Eurovision entry alongside with their staging plans for May. In addition to that the draw for the performances of both the winner of last years edition of the contest, Ukraine and the hosts United Kingdom has been randomly picked. Ukraine will be performing as 19th, while UK will be closing  the show as 26th act to perform in the night of the final of Eurovision Song Contest which will take place on 13th of May.

In December, the Ukrainian national final “Vidbir 2023” took place and TVORCHI won the show with “Heart of Steel” and was selected to represent the nation at Eurovision Song Contest 2023. TVORHCI are a Ukrainian electronic music duo, formed in 2018 by Andrii Hutsuliak and Jimoh Augustus Kehinde, so far they have released four studio albums. They will be performing as the 19th act in the final.


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You can also check out the Eurovision version of TVORCHI’s entry “Heart Of Steel” below:


The hosting country United Kingdom will be represented by Holly Mae Muller who goes by Mae Muller. She is an English singer and songwriter. Among others she cooperated with Little Mix, Aitch, Sigala an Marshmello, but she got the exposure to the public at the age of 9 when she had the leading role in the music video of Mika’s single Grace Kelly. On 9th of March it has been revealed that she will represent UK with “I Wrote A Song”. Today it has been revealed that she will be closing the final as the 26th act to perform.

You can check out her entry “I Wrote A Song” below:

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