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There's not long to wait until we find out who will be crowned winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2022. The grand final of the competition kicks off in Turin, Italy, on Saturday night.

The grand final promises another night of catchy pop songs, memorable performances and eye-catching costumes. Italian rock band Maneskin, who triumphed at the 2021 contest, will perform during the ceremony, delivering a live premiere of their new single Supermodel.

Italian host broadcaster Rai announced that the trio of singer Laura Pausini, presenter Alessandro Cattelan and pop star Mika will share presenting duties.

Mika is best known in the UK for his 2007 album Life in Cartoon Motion and has served as a judge on the Italian version of The X Factor. READ MORE: Eurovision Song Contest 2022 finalists - the full list of countries that have made it through So far, Ukraine are the odds-on favourite to win the contest this year but the nation faces tough competition from Sweden, Italy and, most surprisingly, the UK.

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