The 60th Eurovision Song Contest takes place in Vienna, Austria on 23 May.
Every year 125 million people tune in to watch and cheer for their country's song.
Here's a Newsround stat attack all about the biggest music show in Europe.
- The first contest was held in 1956, in Switzerland.
- More than 1,200 songs have been entered since the show began.
- Fifty countries have taken part.
- No more than six people are allowed on stage per entry.
- Songs can not be a second longer than three minutes.
- All vocals have to be performed live.
- Songs can be performed in any language. Most winning songs (24 of them!) were performed in English.
- Not all the countries that take part are geographically in Europe.
Winners and losers
- Ireland has won the competition the most - seven times in total.
- The UK has won five times.
- Portugal has never won despite taking part for 47 years.
The UK's history
- We last won the competition in 1997 with a song called Love Shine A Light.
- We've won five times and been the runner-up 15 times.
- We've only scored nul-points once, in 2003.