Tune in as the Czech Republic reveals its song for Liverpool07 February 2023 at 10:00 CET
HOW TO WATCH: The live broadcast of the 'ESCZ 2023' results reveal happens at 19:00 CET on Tuesday 7 February. Viewers can tune in via a live stream on the official Eurovision Song Contest YouTube channel.
On Monday 30 January, Czech broadcaster ČT hosted ESCZ 2023, the Czech Republic's first live national final to select a Eurovision Song Contest entry in 15 years.
5 songs took part, with voting opened on the night via the Eurovision app. The winner will be decided purely by this public vote on the app (70% weighting given to international audiences and 30% to Czech audiences). Voting closed on Monday 6 February, ahead of the results reveal on the evening of Tuesday 7 February.
The 5 songs in contention for the win, and the coveted opportunity to represent the Czech Republic at the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest, were all performed live during the broadcast of ESCZ 2023 on Monday 30 January.
Following in the footsteps of Lights Off by We Are Domi's journey to the Contest in Turin, which saw the country achieve a 22nd-place finish in the Grand Final, it will be one of these songs heading to Liverpool:
Maella - Flood
Pam Rabbit - Ghosting
Markéta Irglová - Happy
Vesna -My Sister's Crown
RODAN - Introvert Part Club
The Czech Republic will perform in the First Semi-Final of the 67th Eurovision Song Contest.
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