c994d02922b4f232d0dcff70499775a7084fa52a The Eurovision Song Contest 2023 will be co-hosted by Hannah Waddingham of Ted Lasso.
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The Eurovision Song Contest 2023 will be co-hosted by Hannah Waddingham of Ted Lasso.

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Despite the fact that Ukraine won the 2022 contest, Liverpool, UK, will host the event in 2023. The event cannot be hosted there due to the war, so the BBC will handle it by delegation. In order to host the three Eurovision galas in May, two semifinals and one final, celebrities from various countries have been chosen.

Presenters for Eurovision 2023 will be Graham Norton, Julia Sanina, Alesha Dixon, and Hannah Waddingham, according to a recent announcement by the British television network BBC. Among them, Hannah Waddingham stands out, an actress who has carved out an entire career in musicals and in recent years we have seen her as one of the protagonists of the excellent 'Ted Lasso'. 

She was Septa Unella, the nun who tortured Cersei Lannister following her fall from grace and went with her when the queen walked across the king's landing bare-chested while shrieking, "Shame!" 

Julia Sanina, a Ukrainian vocalist and the frontwoman of the band The Hardkiss, will be seated next to her, for instance. Sanina is quite well-known in Ukraine due to her many television appearances on shows like Dancing with the Stars, where she participated, or X-Factor Ukraine, where she served on the jury.

Alesha Dixon, on the other hand, is a British television personality as well as a singer, rapper, dancer, and model. She prevailed in the Strictly Come Dancing competition in 2007, and went on to serve on the jury. He had previously achieved recognition through both his solo singing career and his band Mis-Teeq. She presently serves as the host of the BBC programme Dancing Dance Dance.

Graham Norton, one of the most well-known and closest to Eurovision broadcasters on British television, concludes the fourth. He is the host of the talk show The Graham Norton Show and has been the UK's Eurovision broadcast commentator since 2009.

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