Nicola Sturgeon shared how disappointed she was for Glasgow and she congratulated Liverpool for being named Eurovision 2023 UK host city
Nicola Sturgeon shared how disappointed she was for the Scottish city ‘Of Glasgow’as they missed out on hosting the Eurovision 2023 song contest. Nevertheless, Nicola Sturgeon congratulated Liverpool since they are the chosen city.
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The Scottish first minister shared her commiserations for Glasgow on Twitter, nevertheless celebration galore as those people rooting for Liverpool celebrated the development.
The Scottish first minister wrote congratulations to Liverpool. She continued, disappointed for Glasgow but there is no doubt that you will all do Eurovision and make Ukraine proud.
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Nicola Sturgeon: Glasgow City Council Said;
Naturally, we are disappointed not to have been selected but we are very proud to have made it to the final. He continued that, we wish Liverpool success as they prepare to host Eurovision in 2023.
He didn’t stop there, Glasgow stands to be a strong Ukraine supporter. We look forward to seeing Liverpool a celebration of Ukrainian culture.
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Some symbols have been invited to come to celebrate, Strictly Come Dancing and Loose Women Star Kaye Adams who has been in Glasgow with Rupaul’s Drug Race United Kingdom Winner Lawrence Chaney. This stands firm as a hope that the city would win the honour to welcome Eurovision in 2023.
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Lawrence Chaney posted a tweet on Twitter with a meme of a Youtube video titled Well It’s Over.
The leader of Glasgow council ‘Susan Aitken’ tweeted on Twitter. She said congratulations to Liverpool, a great city. She said she is so proud of the Glasgow team who brainstormed a bid to get to the final two. She ended that, they will be cheering Liverpool for a successful Eurovision with the people of Ukraine.
Eurovision 2022 was won by Kalush Orchestra, he said they were pleased with the result of the BBC.
The group said that even though they haven’t got the chance of visiting yet, he said the musical culture of the city is known vastly. The group continued that they are sad the 20223 competition will not be held on their land nevertheless, they said they know the people of Liverpool will be warm hosts. They are quite envisaging that the organisers add a real Ukrainian flavour to the 2023 Eurovision