Rylan and AJ like Eurovision’s ‘bride and groom’ after the awards ceremony

Host AJ Odudu said she and co-host Rylan Clark felt like “the bride and groom of Eurovision” as they held the handover ceremony and allotment draw ahead of this year’s song contest.

his pair presented the handover, known as the Badge, from St George’s Hall in Liverpool on Tuesday ahead of this year’s competition, which is being organized by the UK on behalf of Ukraine.

Odudu, who wore a thigh-high slit black sequin dress, said: “The fact that we color-coordinated our outfits today and the fact that this is the first Eurovision event of the year, said. 2023, I really feel like the bride and groom of Eurovision, making a name for themselves.


AJ Odudo (Andrew Matthews/PA)

Clark, who wears a black turtleneck top with a long black coat, accompanied by a gold belt and necklace, describes himself as a “Eurovision nerd”.

He said: “It was exciting for AJ, though, because I was often at Eurovision with people who lived and breathed Eurovision, and AJ loved Eurovision, she was obsessed with it, but you never really did. coming and living there. delegation with us.

“It was really fun, I feel like I imparted wisdom today.”

The presenters have remained tight-lipped about whether they will be able to run to host the May 13 contest.

“We’re happy to be out of the house,” Clark said.

“All announcements for the semi-finals and finals, and our entries, will be out soon. And that’s a stock answer.


Rylan Clark (Ian West/PA)

The ceremony saw presenters draw the names of countries to determine which semi-final they would compete in, including a video montage of famous Ukrainians.

“I mean it’s great to have such a fun occasion in such an iconic building in such a truly inclusive city and we’re bringing people together,” said Odudu.

“This is not a pity party for Ukraine, this is something we organize on their behalf. It’s their party, it only happens in Liverpool and if anyone can throw a party, it’s the city of Liverpool.”

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The couple praised Liverpool and revealed they had been out for the night after arriving on the Monday before the ceremony.

“People are very friendly and just welcoming you, and the fact that we are bringing Ukraine here, I mean the welcome would be completely ridiculous,” Clark said.

“From a personal note, my X Factor bootcamp was in that arena, so after all these years going back, I’m like ‘I did all that’.”

Odudu added: “It’s amazing, the music, the culture, everything about Liverpool and it’s also a historic city.”

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