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Seven Cities Shortlisted to Host Eurovision Song Contest 2023

Crowds watching Kalush Orchestra, Eurovision winners from Ukraine, performing, during the Glastonbury Festival, in June.

Crowds watching Kalush Orchestra, Eurovision winners from Ukraine, performing, during the Glastonbury Festival, in June.

Photographer: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Birmingham, Glasgow and Leeds are among the seven cities shortlisted to host the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 in place of Ukraine.

They will battle it out alongside Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle and Sheffield in the next stage of the bidding process to host the 67th Eurovision Song Contest.