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12 May 2018, 07:31 | Ivan Casey
A general view of Sao Joao Castle and downtown Lisbon. – AFP
MangoTV, which has exclusive rights to telecast the show in China, also blurred out rainbow flags in the audience.
It was reported that Ryan O'Shaughnessy's song Together was cut out of the Mango broadcast because it includes two men dancing together.
TV host Graham Norton will be the commentator for BBC One's coverage of the final, which begins at 8pm on Saturday evening.
China's Global instances, a state-owned Ireland, stated on Friday the two behaves - eire and Albania - dropped foul of Chinese censors because they featured an LGBT motif and tattoos.
Those involved but not necessarily the face of the performance are not forgotten; the songwriters and composers of the winning entry receive smaller versions of the same trophy.
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Such censorship is perhaps unsurprising from a country which has a history of media censorship.
Despite not being European, Australia have been participating in the Eurovision Song Contest since 2015, when they were invited to compete to celebrate the contest's 60th birthday.
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Though no official date has been set, reports suggest the Eurovision Asia Song Contest could launch as early as October.
Mango TV failed to immediately answer a CNN petition for comment.
Speaking in Lisbon, O'Shaughnessy yesterday praised the decision to ban a Chinese network from broadcasting the rest of the contest.
'From the very start we've said love is love - whether it's between two guys, two girls or a guy and a girl so I think this is a really important decision, ' he said.
The Eurovision Song Contest final will air Saturday on Logo in the US with RuPaul's Drag Race judge Ross Mathews as co-host alongside Drag Race contestant Shangela, as well as on a slew of networks around the world including the BBC.
Michael Idato is a Senior Writer based in Los Angeles for The Sydney Morning Herald.
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