A final decision will be made by the BBC in conjunction with the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), with the final two sites being chosen from a shortlist of 20 applicants.
It was through unusual circumstances that Britain were able to even have a host city after finishing second in the Championship Competition 2022.
Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra beat Sam Ryder for first place, but the EBU decided the show could not safely take place in the country after the Russian invasion.
Glasgow or Liverpool? Liverpool or Glasgow? 🤔
Tonight we’ll find out where #EM 2023 is progressing!
— Eurovision Song Contest (@Eurovision) October 7, 2022
It was later decided that Britain could step in as hosts for 2023, which will be their ninth time hosting the competition.
Those eagerly awaiting who will be announced as the hosts can do so tonight on live TV.
How to watch the Eurovision 2023 host city announcement in the UK
The host city for Eurovision 2023 will be unveiled on BBC One’s The One Show, which airs between 7pm and 7.30pm.
Graham Norton, who has regularly presented Eurovision coverage for the BBC, will be the one to make the announcement on the show.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/23031360.eurovision-2023-uk-host-city-announcement—watch/?ref=rss Eurovision 2023 UK Host City Announcement – When and How to Watch