Sadly there's no spot on the list for Northern Ireland, Wales or London.
The top seven UK cities in the running for hosting Eurovision 2023 have been revealed this morning.
Next year will see the UK take over hosting duties from reigning champions Ukraine, the European Broadcasting Union announced due to the ongoing hardship currently in the country.
The seven UK cities up for Eurovision 2023, as announced by Scott Mills live on Zoë Ball’s BBC Radio 2 breakfast show earlier today, are: Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle and Sheffield.
Next year will be the first time that the UK will host the singing competition in 25 years, and just two weeks ago it was announced that the country will take over hosting duties from Ukraine. A statement released from the BBC at the time said: "The show will celebrate the culture and heritage of Ukraine as the winners of the 2022 Contest, alongside the Eurovision’s proud tradition of celebrating diversity through music."
Ukraine's Kalush Orchestra and their song 'Stefania' come out on top during May's competition, walking away with a huge 631 points in the grand final. The UK's Sam Ryder came in second place with 'Spaceman', while Spain's Chanel came in third position with her track 'SloMo'. Irish act Brooke Scullion and her pop track 'That's Rich' failed to qualify past the second semi-final.
So, which UK city will come out on top? Some Eurovision fans and former acts were interviewed live on 'BBC Breakfast' this morning as the search for a potential host continues.