Who is France's Eurovision entry Alvan & Ahez?

FRANCE will be represented in this year's Eurovision Song Contest by Alvan and Ahez.

Here's everything you need to know about the French group in this year's Song Contest.

Who is France's Eurovision entry?

Alexis Morvan-Rosius is a French musician from Rennes known professionally as Alvan.

Alvan was born on March 17, 1993 in Lorient, France.

Ahez is a French group consisting of Marine Lavigne, Sterenn Diridollou and Sterenn Le Guillou.

The group met met during at high school in Carhaix, Brittany, where they practised the traditional singing style kan ha diskan.

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What song are Alvan & Ahez singing at Eurovision 2022?

The group will sing the song Fulenn at the Eurovision Song Contest 2022.

12 selected entries were given the opportunity to perform on stage.

The group were chosen as the winners after being selected over two rounds of voting.

Sam Ryder will be representing the UK for this year's competition.

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The singer found fame after covering songs on his TikTok account during lockdown.

He gained him more than 12 million followers on his TikTok , making him the most followed UK music artist on the platform.

How many times has France won Eurovision Song Contest?

France is one of the most successful countries in the Eurovision and has won the contest five times.

They have come second five times andthird seven times.

France has hosted the Eurovision Song Contest three times since it first began in 1956.

When is the Eurovision 2022 final and how to watch it?

Eurovision began on Tuesday, May 10, 2022, with the first semi-final.

The Grand Final will air TOMORROW (Saturday, May 14) at 8pm.

The show will be aired on BBC One and those wanting to catch the show after it's aired can do so on the BBC iPlayer.

TV personality Rylan Clark and radio presenter Scott Mills will be present to add their commentary during the show.

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Graham Norton will also be back commentating while the show is hosted by Mika, Laura Pausini, and Alessandro Cattelan. 

Former Strictly contestant and TV presenter AJ Odudu will be announcing the results from the UK public.

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