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05/12/2017 11:59 am ET

Here's Where You Can Watch The Eurovision Song Contest In The U.S.

The world’s largest non-sporting television event is headed your way!
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Brace yourself! One of the greatest entertainment events of the year is headed your way on Saturday: The 2017 Eurovision Song Contest. 

The world’s largest non-sporting television event, the contest brings together artists and performers from across Europe and several non-European countries like Israel and Australia to celebrate diverse artistry and culture. Previous stars to move through the competition and on to international acclaim include ABBA, Olivia Newton-John and drag queen Conchita Wurst.

The 2017 Grand Final competition will air exclusively on Logo on May 13 and will feature Michelle Visage and Ross Mathews as official Logo correspondents.

“The EBU is thrilled to be partnering with Logo for the second year running to bring the unique spectacle of the Eurovision Song Contest LIVE to US audiences once again,” Jon Ola, Executive Supervisor of Eurovision Song Contest, said in a press release sent to HuffPost. “We know that the Contest has a lot of dedicated fans in the United States and we’re excited that thanks to Logo even more viewers this year can discover the excitement of the world’s longest running annual TV music competition and ‘celebrate diversity’ with audiences around the world.”

Tune into Logo for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final at on Saturday, May 13 at 3PM ET / 12PM PT

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