All EUROVISION fans say the same about host Graham Norton.
This year’s show will be broadcast live from Liverpool as the UK hosts the annual competition on behalf of Ukraine due to the war.
It started with a major collaboration with none other than the Princess of Wales.
Each country then took the stage with their respective flags before the hosts appeared.
Eurovision Song Contest voice Graham Norton finally makes his appearance on the big stage.
He has commentated on the show since 2009 but now co-hosts with Hannah Waddringham, Julia Sanina and Alesha Dixon in front of his home audience.
And fans at home couldn’t help but get emotional as they watched Graham open the show.
One said on social media, “Wow I really never thought I’d see Graham emosh a bit the day he would take the stage.”
A second said: “For viewers around the world who don’t know, Graham Norton is presenter AND commentator tonight, really impressive.”
“Actually, it’s really nice to be there “Graham is both a presenter and a commentator because he can be quite nice and polite on stage and then gossip with the rest of us in his comment box,” said a third party.
While a fourth said: “Graham Norton was so happy to have had his moment on stage.”
The Irish presenter does a double job of commentating and hosting during the programme.
Mae Muller is hoping to win the crown for Britain tonight with her entry ‘I Wrote A Song’.
The 25-year-old received numerous congratulatory video messages from famous faces in the run-up to her performance.
However, it looks like Mae will need all her luck as bookmakers predict a heavy loss for Britain.
Mae’s odds of winning have dropped from 40/1 to 60/1 in the last few hours, they say bet fair.
The odds are even 50/1 that she gets “zero points” after her predecessor Sam Ryder finished second last year.
The UK has twice received “Zero Points” or “Zero Points”.