Eurovision 2024 final guest performers confirmed including four winners and pop icons

Loreen from Sweden performing at the London Eurovision Party
Loreen from Sweden performing at the London Eurovision Party -Credit:Jeff Spicer/Getty Images

All eyes will be on Malmo on Saturday night,. when the Swedish city plays host to the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2024. And, as well as the participating countries, several guest acts are set to take to the stage throughout the course of the show.

The biggest music event in the world, Eurovision has been going for well over six decades and, following Loreen's win in Liverpool last year, is being held in Sweden, with the delegations of 37 different countries, as well as scores of fans from across the world descending on Malmo.

This year's competition got going on Tuesday night with the first semi final, with 10 acts qualifying from that and then anther 10 advancing through from Eurovision semi final 2 on Thursday. With those joining the Big 5 and host nation Sweden, that brings the total of acts competing in Saturday's grand final to 26.

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But it won't just be the acts from the participating countries who step into the spotlight as, amid hopes and rumours of a potential return to the Eurovision stage, a series of guest performers have now been unveiled by the EBU.

Eurovision 2024 final guest performers

It's no surprise that two time champion Loreen will be performing. The singer, who won Eurovision 2012 with Euphoria and then last year with Tattoo will be back on home turf to the delight of the Swedish crowd.

Alcazar, famous across Europe for their 2000s anthem Crying at the Dischotheque, will also be making an appearance; as will former winners Carola and Charlotte Perrelli from Sweden and Austria's Conchita Wurtz, with the trio of ex champions set to mark 50 years since ABBA's victory with Waterloo.

Charlotte, winner 25 years ago, has already been on the Eurovision stage in Malmo this year, joining 2003 champion Sertab Erener and 2005 winner for Greece, Helena Paparizou for a giant singalong in Thursday's semi final.