This is the great tragedy of 2020. Forget the coronavirus, the lockdown and an overwhelming sense of unhappiness. How will we face the song contest that brought us Russian grannies, Polish dairy women and a bearded Austrian diva? For the first time since 1956, the Eurovision Song Contest has been canceled. Last year’s winners, the Netherlands, were denied the honor of hosting the event.
The show continues, however, in a form and instead of what would have been the grand finale, BBC One will present tomorrow night a collection of performances bringing together the ballad, eccentric couplets and the innovative use of mime for which the competition is organized . love.
At 6:25 p.m. Graham Norton presented Eurovision: Come together, giving viewers