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Eurovision finally lets the U.S. in on the fun




1981 Eurovision Song Contest winners Bucks Fizz. Clockwise, from the top left, the members of the group are Bobby G, Mike Nolan (both sporting Union Jack t-shirts), Cheryl Baker, and Jay Aston who won the competition with the song 'Making Your Mind Up'.   (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
1981 Eurovision Song Contest winners Bucks Fizz. Clockwise, from the top left, the members of the group are Bobby G, Mike Nolan (both sporting Union Jack t-shirts), Cheryl Baker, and Jay Aston who won the competition with the song 'Making Your Mind Up'. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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 If you're more in the mood to stay in this weekend, we've got a little something for you

The Eurovision Song Contest is coming to the United States.

"The Eurovision what?" you ask?

It's a music contest like no other with an audience of  200 MILLION

BUT: Only our European cousins have had access - that's until now.

Tomorrow at noon, we can all join in the joys of Eurovision here in the US - it'll be screened on the LOGO.

Take Two's A Martinez was joined by Ellin Stein.

She's a journalist and fillmmaker who's been writing about all things Eurovision from London...