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Eurovision 2023 is finally here, and each nation’s competitors are set to take the stage in the finale tonight. The finale will be held in the Liverpool Arena, which is located next to the River Mersey on Saturday the 13th of May 2023. Get Your Eurovision Bingo Cards Ready
Residing in the ‘so good it’s bad’ file, the Eurovision Song Contest is something of a Spring time viewing staple on this side of the English Channel.The show airs on the BBC and is presented by the one and only Graham Norton. And to help you enjoy the clichés and tropes that will invariably pervade this bizarre extravaganza, we’ve created Eurovision bingo cards. How to Play Eurovision Bingo The Song Contest Bingo Game will add an extra layer of excitement to your Eurovision viewing party, making it a memorable and entertaining experience for everyone. Whether you're a seasoned Eurovision fan or new to the contest, this game is suitable for all ages and guarantees laughter, friendly competition, and a unique way to enjoy the Eurovision Song Contest. Don't forget to decorate your venue with our array of exciting decorations, tabeware and fancy dress, shop here!
Sixteen nations take to the stage tonight in Liverpool, all hoping to make it through to the Grand Final on Saturday night. From Denmark to Australia, the acts will all be hoping to be among the ten nations qualifying from tonight’s show and going forward to compete for victory in front of millions of viewers. You should now be ready to play Eurovision bingo with your friends. Eurovision Song Contest 2023 – List of Contestants
As we previously mentioned, the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 is being held in Liverpool and is the 67th annual contest. The contest is being held on behalf of last year’s winner Ukraine. This year, there will be 37 countries taking part in the contest. This Song Contest Bingo comes with 14 unique bingo cards, each featuring different Eurovision-themed images and icons. The cards are beautifully designed and printed on 115gsm gloss paper, ensuring durability for hours of gameplay. The keen-eyed among you will spot that this means as we get closer to the top, songs in sixth, fifth, fourth place etc start leaping over the interim leader. But the interim leader is the last one to have their public points added, so you pretty much never know what the final result will be until there are only two or three more scores to be added.
Just like your standard game of bingo with numbers, each time you spot something that is listed on your bingo card, you can mark it off. Whoever marks off all boxes first gets to shout BINGO! As the host, you may want to have a designated prize set aside for the winner. More About Eurovision 2023 The show starts at 8pm BST, and will be hosted by Graham Norton, Julia Sanina, Alesha Dixon and Eurovision goddess Hannah Waddingham. It will feature 26 acts vying for the title. Sweden’s Loreen is hotly tipped to win, but Finland’s Käärijä, Israel’s Noa Kirel, and Noway’s Alessandra might have other plans. The bingo cards are updated each year and in each box to mark off you will find standard acts associated with Eurovision plus many that have been specifically added to represent the host country which this year is, of course, the UK! Are you ready for the greatest show on earth? Well this bingo card isn’t for you then because it relates to the Eurovision Song Contest of 2023. (just kidding)Big hats. Ludicrous costumes. An ornate stage set. Specially composed music. Lots of people waving flags. Yes, that was me live blogging the coronation last Saturday. But tonight it really is the jewel in the crown of the music calendar – the grand final of the Eurovision song contest. This year it is coming to you from Liverpool on behalf of Ukraine and, in the specific case of this live blog, from Walthamstow. This year’s abomination is being held in Liverpool. Traditionally it would be held in the Ukraine given that last year’s winner was from that country. But with world events as they are, the UK’s 2008 Capital of Culture has been chosen. The semi-finals were determined purely by public vote, but the Grand Final retains a jury plus public vote system. When the last song has played – Mae Muller’s I Wrote a Song – voting will open. After that there will be some music performances, and then we are into the nail-biting result process. Add Items to The Bingo Card – there are more than 40 pre-filled items so the bingo cards are ready to go. But you can also add your own or change the existing ones if you’d like. They can be added where it says ‘Enter words/emojis’. When you’re ready, press generate bingo card.