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Ukrainian group is favorited to win Eurovision song contest

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The wildly popular “Eurovision Song Contest” will crown its winner out of 25 countries today, and the world is rallying behind a Ukrainian group favorited to win it all. The competition has given rise to music icons like Celine Dion, Olivia Newton John and ABBA. NBC’s Claudio Lavanga reports for Saturday TODAY.

Eurovision Song Contest is back with high camp, kooky antics and queer milestones