Eurovision 2023 songs. Guide and Reviews. Part 2 of 4
Eurovision 2023 songs, the guide.
Just over a week to go until the first semifinals of theEurovision 2023, planned a Liverpool (United Kingdom) after the waiver of theUkraine host due to the war it has been embroiled in for over a year. In this second part of our event guide, we analyze another nine of the 36 opponents of Marco Mengoni in the race for the crystal microphone (here the first part).
The rules of the game do not change: again this year we have listened to all the proposals of the competition, which we will present with a briefing review of each song paired with one Rating in stars (from one ☆ to five ☆☆☆☆☆) mark each nation’s chance of victory.
L’Eurovision Song Contest 2023 will be broadcast Liverpool Arena From Liverpool (UK), with the two semi-finals being broadcast Rai 2 Tuesday 9th and Thursday 11th May at 9pm, while the final will be broadcast by Rai 1 Saturday May 13 at 8:40 p.m.
Twenty-six nations including theItaly (by rights a member of the Big 5, the five nations that contribute the most to EBU finances) will be the qualifiers in the final act of review. Management is entrusted to an unprecedented couple Gabriel courses And Mara Maionchi, during the simulcast commentary Rai radio 2 It runs Channel 202 be involved from digital terrestrial La Mario, Saverio Raimondo And Diletta Parlangeli.
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