Eurovision Host Specials - Graham Norton HEAVY FAVOURITE at 1/4 to host next year's UK show!

Eurovision Host Specials - Graham Norton HEAVY FAVOURITE at 1/4 to host next year's UK show!
  • Graham Norton is the 1/4 favourite to host next year's Eurovision Song Contest
  • Rylan Clark-Neal is the second favourite and is a popular figure
  • Glasgow are still 5/6 favourites to host the Song Contest next year

Graham Norton is the 1/4 favourite to host next year's Eurovision Song Contest

Graham Norton has been the BBC's commentator of the Eurovision Song Contest for the last 13 years and is expected to be involved again next year.

Bookmakers have straight away made Norton the 1/4 favourite to be a host or co-host of the Grand Final of 2023's Eurovision. 

Betway have the market up and there are some big names involved in the betting including famous presenting duo Ant and Dec at 4/1.

Eurovision Grand Final Host or Co Host Odds Probability
Graham Norton 1/4 80.0%
Rylan Clark-Neal 1/2 66.7%
Ant and Dec 4/1 20.0%
Scott Mills 5/1 16.7%
Emma Willis 10/1 9.1%


Scott Mills also features in the betting market at 5/1 and he's been a predominant figure in the BBC's coverage of Eurovision in the last decade.

The BBC Radio 1 presenter was massive in the push of Sam Ryder's song Spaceman last year and he could well present at next year's show.

Graham Norton is the heavy favourite to be a host or co-host at next year's Eurovision Song Contest with his 13 year spell as Commentator for the BBC taken into consideration in the betting odds!

Steve Madgwick - Entertainment Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Rylan Clark-Neal is the second favourite and is a popular figure

Rylan Clark-Neal is 1/2 to be a host or co-host at the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest next year and he has previous experience at Eurovision.

Rylan and Scott Mills both presented the BBC's coverage of the semi-finals of last year's Eurovision and this may help their case in presenting on the main show next year.

Favourite Graham Norton may even decide to continue as the BBC's commentator for the show rather than being a host which would leave a big role open.

The European Broadcasting Union have stated that they will have a Ukrainian theme to the show as they should be hosts, so we may even see a Ukrainian presenter there.

Glasgow are still 5/6 favourites to host the Song Contest next year

Glasgow are still 5/6 favourites to host the Eurovision Song Contest next year with bookmakers giving them a 55% chance of doing so.

Several cities across the UK have thrown their hat into the ring to host with London, Sheffield and Manchester all confirming they'll bid to host the event.

Eurovision 2023 Host City Odds Probability
Glasgow 4/5 55.6%
Manchester 3/1 25.0%
Cardiff 5/1 16.7%
Belfast 11/2 15.4%
Birmingham 13/2 13.3%
London 7/1 12.5%


Glasgow's odds haven't changed in the last month with their odds staying at 4/5 favourites in the betting market to host the show.

Manchester remain the biggest market movers in the odds coming in from 7/1 to just 3/1 to be the hosts.

Glasgow remain the bookies favourites to host next year's Eurovision Song Contest with their 5/6 odds giving them a decent chance according to bookmakers.

Steve Madgwick - Entertainment Betting Expert - OLBG.com

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