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Graham Norton is to host a social distancing-compliant special in place of the Eurovision Song Contest.
The BBC has announced that despite the pan-European song contest not going ahead due to the coronavirus pandemic, it will still air a celebration of Eurovision on May 16.
The UK’s regular commentator Graham Norton will narrate the special, which will take a look at acts that were set to compete at the first Eurovision to be cancelled in the show’s 65 year history – as well as recapping some “classic” Eurovision moments.
Eurovision: Come Together will ‘look at what would have been’.
The BBC explained: “BBC One and Graham Norton bring the country together for a special Eurovision broadcast – Eurovision: Come Together on Saturday 16 May.
“Produced by BBC Studios the show
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