The BBC is to air a social-distancing-compliant Graham Norton-hosted Eurovision celebration on Saturday 16 May - the date when the 2020 Song Contest was scheduled to take place in Rotterdam, before the coronavirus pandemic led to its cancellation.
Advertising the event, the BBC said: “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 will feature classic Eurovision performances, a look at what would have been in 2020, and entertaining interviews, including this year’s UK entry James Newman.
“Eurovision: Come Together will be produced by BBC Studios for BBC One.”
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