It’s finally here: the big day. The Eurovision final will take place in Turin, Italy on Saturday evening. The event will be broadcast on France 2 at 9 p.m., with Stéphane Bern and Laurence Boccolini providing commentary.
Colorful, kitsch, spectacular… The Eurovision final is tonight in Turin, Italy, and it will be very political. The evening, which could see the Ukrainian group Kalush Orchestra win, begins at 9 p.m. on France 2 and is hosted by Stéphane Bern, who first hosted the event in 2010, and Laurence Boccolini, who is commenting on the Eurovision Song Contest for the second year in a row.
The official Eurovision YouTube account is also broadcasting live from the PalaOlimpico sports hall in Turin the ceremony hosted by Mika and Laura Pausini. Finally, live coverage of the evening’s highlights is available on BFMTV.com.
For more than three hours, twenty-five countries will perform on stage. This evening, the Czech Republic opens the ball with a performance by We Are Domi.
The French Alvаn & Ahez, who аre rаted poorly by bookmаkers but hаve а lot of energy, will move up to sixth plаce. The Kаlush Orchestrа’s Ukrаiniаns will finish in 12th plаce, а little lаter in the evening. Estoniа will end the evening with а song cаlled thаt hаs а very symbolic title.