We've also got information about how to vote in the Eurovision Song Contest and information about this year's contestants.
How to watch the Eurovision Song Contest in the UK
Eurovision 2018, which will represent the 63rd year of the competition, is being held in Lisbon, Portugal on 12 May, and will be shown from 8pm on BBC One in the UK - with commentary, as always, from Graham Norton.
You'll be able to follow the action online on any device via the Eurovision YouTube channel's live stream, which we've embedded right here at the top of this article.
You'll also be able to watch the show live on the BBC One website, or on iPlayer shortly after broadcast online or on the BBC iPlayer app on your tablet or smartphone.
How to watch the Eurovision Song Contest from the US
If you're in the US you have a couple of options. If you want to watch on TV, you'll need a subscription to cable channel Logo, which will air the contest live from 3pm EST/12pm PST, with commentary from Drag Race alum Shangela and Ross Matthews.
If you want to watch online - or just don't want to miss Graham Norton's sardonic commentary on the British stream - you'll want to install a VPN, which you can use to watch the whole thing online on the BBC website.
How to vote in the Eurovision Song Contest
The easiest way to vote for your favourite act in the Eurovision Song Contest this year is by downloading the app onto your smartphone or tablet. It's available from Google Play, the iOS App Store and the Windows Store, and it's free to download.
Once you've got the app, you'll be able to find out more about the participants from the countries taking part, and you'll also be able to find out the latest Eurovision news.
But more importantly, you can cast your vote using the app simply by clicking on the vote button and choosing your favourite.
It's worth noting that you can only vote if you're in one of the participating countries - so US fans can only observe, we're afraid.
Eurovision Song Contest 2018 contestants
The official Eurovision Song Contest YouTube channel has hundreds of videos of this year's contestants so you can get to know them before they take to the stage on Saturday (be warned, it might actually put you off watching…). You can see videos from the Semifinals, and watch performances and behind-the-scenes videos of all of the acts.
The UK is being represented by SuRie, with a song called Storm. She's got Eurovision experience - though not with the UK, having previously been a backing singer for Belgium in 2015, and working as the musical director's for the Belgian entry last year. Watch the official music video of the British song below: