What To Expect From Eurovision 2022

The Eurovision Song Contest has provided us with countless iconic musical moments, and this year’s competition promises to be no exception. After Måneskin won in 2021 with their angry rock song Zitti e Buoni, Eurovision returns to Italy this year and it is set to be a spectacle you don’t want to miss. With only a few weeks until Turin 2022 kicks off, Dale Roberts from Aussievision speaks about everything we can look forward to, including Ukrainian rap and Norwegian fairy-tale-techno, as well as sharing his predictions for Australia’s entry Sheldon Riley.


You can tune into Eurovision on SBS live from 5am on the 11th, 13th, and 15th of May if you’re a die-hard fan, or every evening from the 13th-15th May to see a replay.

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