Eurovision 2024: What to know, how to watch and how to vote

Take out your most extravagant costume and tighten up your dance steps; It’s Eurovision time again.

Last year, Loreen’s power ballad “Tattoo” narrowly beat out Käärijä’s electro bop “Cha Cha Cha.” The victory gave Sweden a record seventh victory and the chance to host the 68th edition of the scintillating spectacle, which begins on Tuesday in Malmö.

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