Tonight, in a one-off show, the United Kingdom selects its sixtieth Eurovision entry for the upcoming competition through the country’s national final, Eurovision: You Decide.
Six acts will perform, and the winner will be determined by a combination of the jury votes, televotes and online votes.
How to watch
Eurovision: You Decide will air from 20:30 CET (19:30 local time) and will air on the following channels:
- BBC 2
- Live webcast via bbc.co.uk
The show will be televised on BBC 2 from 20:30 CET (19:30 local time) and will last 90 minutes. The hosts will be Mel Giedroyc and the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2015, Sweden’s Måns Zelmerlöw.
The panel, who will offer their thoughts on the bidding entries, will comprise of television presenter and Eurovision fan, Rylan Clark-Neal, television presenter and former member of The Saturdays, Rochelle Humes, and former McFly member, Tom Fletcher.
The winner of the national final will be decided via a combined 50/50 public and jury vote.
The six acts bidding to represent the United Kingdom are:
- RAYA – Crazy
- Jaz Ellington – You
- Goldstone – I feel the love
- Asanda – Legends
- Liam Tamne – Astronaut
- SuRie – Storm