How to Watch the Eurovision 2018 Grand Final in the US

How to Watch the Eurovision 2018 Grand Final in the US

How to Watch the Eurovision 2018 Grand Final in the US

Although homosexuality was decriminalized in China in 1997, many people are still discriminated against in the country.

The EBU said the censorship was not in line with its values of diversity.

So it makes sense to spell this one out yet again, so we can all crack on with more important matters - such as who to bet on to win some money and which (responsibly undertaken) drinking games to deploy ahead of Saturday's final.

Mango TV made the decision to black out O'Shaughnessy's act.

We will remind, Yulia Samoilova was supposed to represent Russian Federation at Eurovision-2017 in Kiev, but she was denied entry to Ukraine due to the fact that she performed in the occupied Crimea.

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The Irish entry, Together, sung by Ryan O'Shaughnessy, is a love song about a relationship between two men. While the performance got Ireland through to the final round of the competition for the first time in five years, China reportedly adhered to its strict broadcast guidelines to not show any kind of LGBTQ material on its networks.

Both Ireland and Albania have qualified for Saturday's grand final.

It also blurred out rainbow flags and removed Albania's entry from its broadcast because of the performers' visible tattoos.

Though it has not yet transpired, there has been a prevailing sense behind the scenes that China would be the next country the EBU would invite into the European song competition, following the template established by Australia in 2015.

'It doesn't matter whether it's between two guys and two girls or a guy and a girl. There has also been a crackdown on tattoos, with media regulators censoring actors who are inked.

'They haven't taken this lightly and I think it's a move in the right direction so I'm happy about it'.

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