LGBTQIA fans of Eurovision have paid tribute to the 2022 Song Contest, which was expertly produced by RAI, the public service television broadcaster in Italy. The Contest took place in Turin at the Palasport Olimpico. One of the co-hosts for the contest was Lebanese-British singer Mika, who considers himself to be part of the LGBTQIA coninuum, although he only loosely identifies as bisexual and says he prefers not to give a name to his sexuality. The night was a triumph for the United Kingdom, who after some twenty years in the Eurovision wilderness, came second place to the Ukraine, who had widely been tipped to win owing to the country’s invasion by Russia. Questions will now be beginning as to how the Ukraine plans to host the 2023 contest, with the country at war. It might be that another country will step in and host the next event.