The epic singing competition concludes tonight (Picture: EPA/Rex/BBC)
The 65th Eurovision Song Contest 2021 grand final is finally here, and fans all over the world are preparing themselves for a night of catchy tunes, glitzy costumes, and jaw-dropping dance routines.
This year’s competition is taking place in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, following the country’s victory at the 2019 contest with Duncan Laurence’s ‘Arcade’.
Chantal Janzen, Jan Smit, Edsilia Rombley, and Nikkie de Jager (aka NikkieTutorials) are hosting, with Graham Norton returning as the UK commentator and Ken Bruce hosting the BBC radio coverage from Wogan House.
Follow our live coverage here from 7pm….
What time does Eurovision 2021 start?
The final kicks off tonight at 8pm and will run for nearly four hours, ending at 11.45pm.
What channel is Eurovision 2021 on?
The show will air live on BBC One and BBC Radio 2.
Fans will also be able to catch up on Eurovision on iPlayer if they miss it.
What is the running order of Eurovision 2021?
- Cyprus: Elena Tsagrinou – El Diablo
- Albania: Anxhela Peristeri – Karma
- Israel: Eden Alene – Set Me Free
- Belgium: Hooverphonic – The Wrong Place
- Russia: Manizha – Russian Woman
- Malta: Destiny – Je Me Casse
- Portugal: The Black Mamba – Love Is On My Side
- Serbia: Hurricane – Loco Loco
- United Kingdom: James Newman – Embers
- Greece: Stefania – Last Dance
- Switzerland: Gjon’s Tears – Tout l’Univers
- Iceland: Daði og Gagnamagnið – 10 Years
- Spain: Blas Cantó – Voy A Querdarme
- Moldova: Natalia Gordienko – SUGAR
- Germany: Jendrik – I Don’t Feel Hate
- Finland: Blind Channel – Dark Side
- Bulgaria: Victoria – Growing Up is Getting Old
- Lithuania: The Roop – Discoteque
- Ukraine: Go_A – Shum
- France: Barbara Pravi – Voilà
- Azerbaijan: Efendi – Mata Hari
- Norway: TIX – Fallen Angel
- The Netherlands: Jeangu Macrooy – Birth of a New Age
- Italy: Måneskin – Zitti E Buoni
- Sweden: Tusse – Voices
- San Marino: Senhit ft Flo Rida – Adrenaline