After weeks and millions of pounds of preparation the Eurovision final is on tonight in the city of Baku in Azerbaijan.

26 entries will battle it out to be crowned this years winner and host next years competition. This is our first year of coverage on the Eurovision song contest and we’ll be tweeting our thoughts live, all you need to do is follow us @thegayuk. We’re putting it out there now – we’re backing the grannies. Don’t ask why. There’s something in the water here.

Below is a full list of the entries…

Have fun and don’t forget to tweet us what you’re doing tonight to celebrate Eurovision!

 

1. United Kingdom: ‘Love Will Set You Free’ – Engelbert Humperdinck

 

2. Hungary: ‘Sound Of Our Hearts’ – Compact Disco

 

3. Albania: ‘Suus’ – Rona Nishliu

 

4. Lithuania: ‘Love Is Blind’ – Donny Montell

 

5. Bosnia & Herzegovina: ‘Korake ti znam’ – MayaSar

 

6. Russia: ‘Party For Everybody’ – Buranovskiye Babushki

 

7. Iceland: ‘Never Forget’ – Gréta Salóme & Jónsi

 

8. Cyprus: ‘La La Love’ – Ivi Adamou

 

9. France: ‘Echo (You and I)’ – Anggun

 

10. Italy: ‘L’amore è femmina (Out of Love)’ – Nina Zilli

 

11. Estonia: ‘Kuula’ – Ott Lepland

 

12. Norway: ‘Stay’ – Tooji

 

13. Azerbaijan: ‘When The Music Dies’ – Sabina Babayeva

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14. Romania: ‘Zaleilah’ – Mandinga

 

15. Denmark: ‘Should’ve Known Better’ – Soluna Samay

 

16. Greece: ‘Aphrodisiac’ – Eleftheria Eleftheriou

 

17. Sweden: ‘Euphoria’ – Loreen

 

18. Turkey: ‘Love Me Back’ – Can Bonomo

 

19. Spain: ‘Quédate Conmigo’ – Pastora Soler

 

20. Germany: ‘Standing Still’ – Roman Lob

 

21. Malta: ‘This Is The Night’ – Kurt Calleja

 

22. Macedonia: ‘Crno i belo’ – Kaliopi

 

23. Ireland: ‘Waterline’ – Jedward

 

24. Serbia: ‘Nije ljubav stvar’ – Željko Joksimović

 

25. Ukraine: ‘Be My Guest’ – Gaitana

 

26. Moldova: ‘Lāutar’ – Pasha Parfeny

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