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Semi Final Allocation Draw

This year the allocation draw for the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 has took place in Liverpools’ St. George’s Hall. AJ odudu and well known Rylan hosted this years event. Right before the actual draw happened, the mayor of last year’s host city Turin, Stefano Lo Russo, handed the Eurovision Key over to Joanne Anderson, the mayor of Liverpool. 

At first the Big Five including: United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, plus last year’s winner Ukraine have been drawn for in which Semi Final the opposing countries will vote in. 

These are the results:

After the big five we’ve had the other 31 participating countries be drawn into two Semi Finals.

Semi Final 1 has 15 contenders, while Semi Final 2 has 16.

These are the results:

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