Beginning Saturday at 3 p.m. EST, the finals of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest will air on both Viacom’s Logo Network and LogoTV.com, marking the competition’s first-ever live broadcast in the United States.
Now in its 61st year, the “biggest, boldest, campiest music competition on Earth” is being held in the Globe Arena in Stockholm, Sweden, where performers from 42 countries will come together to compete for the contest’s top spot and the right for their home country to host next year’s event. Pop star Justin Timberlake will sing during the finale in a non-competitive performance of his new song “Can’t Stop the Feeling.”
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And don’t worry, for those without cable — or those looking to watch Tuesday and Thursday’s semifinal rounds — the contest’s live shows are also being streamed worldwide on Eurovision.tv.
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