Does Brexit mean no more Eurovision for the UK? Here's what you need to know...


Brexit has thrown up a lot of questions, among them the fate of the UK's future in competing in TV singing contest, Eurovision.

But people can rest easy as there is hope - leaving Europe doesn't mean no more Eurovision.

Jamala who Eurovision this year (Martin Meissner / AP/Press Association Images)

The official Eurovision Twitter account cleared it all up in one Tweet:

During PMQs in April, Prime Minister David Cameron commented on Eurovision when he was asked about the "worst argument" at that stage of the EU debate.

He said: "I think probably the one that we'd get out of the Eurovision Song Contest - I think that would not only be very sad but I think given that Israel and Azerbaijan and anyone anywhere near Europe seems to be able to - (even) Australia - I think we're pretty safe from that one."

Justin Timberlake performed at Eurovision this year (Martin Meissner/AP)
Justin Timberlake performs at Eurovision (Martin Meissner/AP)

The BBC also confirmed its stance, saying: "We have every intention of continuing to participate in Eurovision."

Fans have had varying reactions to the Eurovision question since the vote Leave decision was announced: