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By Jessie Parker

The Eurovision Song Contest has announced the Grand Final running order which includes 25 countries, from the Czech Republic and Netherlands to the UK and Serbia.

Since the contest started in 1956, it has seen the likes of Celine Dion singing for Switzerland, Enya for Ireland, and Abba for Sweden. Last year's contest took place in Rotterdam, Netherlands, and saw Italian rock band, Måneskin, win the crown.

Following Eurovision tradition, the winner of the previous year hosts the contest the following year, meaning this year's contest is held in Turin, Italy. The final will be broadcast tonight on BBC One from 8pm.

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But if you want to get to know the contestants before the spectacle or decide who to root for, here's a list of places you can listen and watch, as well as some handy free trials.

Amazon Music: Listen to all finalists for free (with ads), or pay £9.99 for undisturbed listening. This music streaming service also offers new customers a free month trial. Listen to the first act of the song contest, We are Dobi (Czech Replublic), and their song Lights Off, here, or singalong with this karaoke album.

Tidal: Listen to the likes of Marius Bear and Ochman on this music, podcast and video streaming service. Tidal has two subscription tiers: HiFi and HiFi Plus, plus a 30 day free trial for new customers.

Apple Music: Here you can find a complete playlist of all 40 countries involved in Eurovision 2022. Just like other platforms, Apple Music gives new users a free trial.

Spotify: It's a good time to listen to the Eurovision finalists on Spotify as the streaming service is currently offering three months of the Spotify Premium for free! Spotify has plenty of Eurovision 2022 playlists to get you ready for tomorrow's contest.

YouTube: The Eurovision Song Contest have made a YouTube compilation where you can watch all 25 finalists perform.

Brooke from Ireland sang 'That's Rich' at the second semi final at the Eurovision Song Contest in Turin, Italy but didn't make the final (AP)

Here's the full running order for tomorrow's Grand Final:

  1. Czech Republic: We Are Domi – Lights Off
  2. Romania: WRS – Llámame
  3. Portugal: MARO – Saudade, Saudade
  4. Finland: The Rasmus – Jezebel
  5. Switzerland: Marius Bear – Boys Do Cry
  6. France: Alvan & Ahez – Fulenn
  7. Norway: Subwoolfer – Give That Wolf A Banana
  8. Armenia: Rosa Linn – Snap
  9. Italy: Mahmood & Blanco – Brividi
  10. Spain: Chanel – SloMo
  11. Netherlands: S10 – De Diepte
  12. Ukraine: Kalush Orchestra – Stefania
  13. Germany: Malik Harris – Rockstars
  14. Lithuania: Monika Liu – Sentimentai
  15. Azerbaijan: Nadir Rustamli – Fade To Black
  16. Belgium: Jérémie Makiese – Miss You
  17. Greece: Amanda Georgiadi Tenfjord – Die Together
  18. Iceland: Systur – Með Hækkandi Sól
  19. Moldova: Zdob şi Zdub & Advahov Brothers – Trenulețul
  20. Sweden: Cornelia Jakobs – Hold Me Closer
  21. Australia: Sheldon Riley – Not The Same
  22. United Kingdom: Sam Ryder – SPACE MAN
  23. Poland: Ochman – River
  24. Serbia: Konstrakta – In Corpore Sano
  25. Estonia: Stefan – Hope

It's time to don your glitteriest outfit and grab some snacks and drinks! Who do you think deserves the crown? Let us know in the comments below.

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