Published: Fri, May 11, 2018
Medical | By Marta Holmes

Ryan O'Shaughnessy welcomes Eurovision ban for China over censorship

Ryan O'Shaughnessy welcomes Eurovision ban for China over censorship

As such, Mango TV will not be allowed to broadcast either the second Eurovision Song Contest semi final tonight or the Eurovision Song Contest grand final this Saturday.

Ryan O'Shaughnessy's heartfelt performance earned Ireland a spot at this year's eurovision final, however the dancers that accompanied him on stage have stirred up some controversy in certain parts of the world.

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Broadcasting guidance in China bans "abnormal sexual relationships and behaviours, such as incest, same-sex relationships, sexual perversion, sexual assault, sexual abuse, sexual violence, and so on".

Lisbon's riverside Praca do Comercio has been converted into a buzzing "Eurovision Village", complete with bars and food trucks, which will broadcast the final on a giant outdoor screen.

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At Tuesday's first semi-final at Lisbon's riverside Altice Arena, many of her supporters wore T-shirts that read: "I am not your toy".

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Russian Federation had previously threatened to block the broadcast of O'Shaughnessy's performance but ultimately backed down on the issue.

'I don't remember one second on stage, it just was a blur, the feeling just from the whole arena was awesome, ' Kevin said.

However, Channel One Russia eventually aired the Irish entry unedited when it aired the semi-final.

"It's an important thing, and I'm very proud of my country for making that change a few weeks back".

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