The BBC have confirmed their full line-up for Eurovision 2021. Graham Norton will return as commentator for his 12th Eurovision grand final that will be broadcast live on BBC One, whilst Ken Bruce will continue with his coverage of the contest on BBC Radio 2.
For the two semi finals, we see the return of Scott Mills and Rylan Clark-Neal as commentators, but this year, they will not be commentating as a duo, and instead, will be part of a trio. Singer-Songwriter and presenter Chelcee Grimes will be joining Scott and Rylan for the semi finals which will be broadcast live on BBC Four. They will all be providing their commentary from London.
Delivering the famous ‘Douze Points’ from the United Kingdom’s jury, live from London, at the Eurovision 2021 grand final, will be English actress and media personality Amanda Holden. Amanda joins the likes of Alex Jones, Cheryl Baker, Katrina Leskanich, Lorraine Kelly, Nigella Lawson, Mel Giedroyc and Richard Osman as being a Eurovision spokesperson for the United Kingdom.
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