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The results of the 2nd semi-final complete the starting order for the grand final of the 57th Eurovision Song Contest

Last night, 24 May, the second semi-final of the 57th Eurovision Song Contest took place at Baku Crystal Hall, Azerbaijan. Once again, entries from 18 countries competed for the remaining 10 slots in the grand final to be held this coming Satuarday, 26 May, eight countries got eliminated.

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Last night, 24 May, the second semi-final of the 57th Eurovision Song Contest took place at Baku Crystal Hall, Azerbaijan. Once again, entries from 18 countries competed for the remaining 10 slots in the grand final to be held this coming Satuarday, 26 May, eight countries got eliminated.

The following ten countries qualified for the grand final (the number in brackets shows the starting number for the final on Saturday)

SERBIA – Zeljko Joksimovic – Nije Ljubav Stvar (24.)
FYR MACEDONIA – Kaliopi – Crno I Belo (22.)
MALTA – Kurt Calleja – This Is The Night (21.)
UKRAINE – Gaitana – Be My Guest (25.)
SWEDEN – Loreen – Euphoria (17.)
TURKEY – Can Bonomo – Love Me Back (18.)
ESTONIA – Ott Lepland – Kuula (11.)
NORWAY – Tooji – Stay (12.)
BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA – Maya Sar – Korake Ti Znam (5.)
LITHUANIA – Donny Montell – Love Is Blind (4.)

The 8 countries that got eliminated are:

3. THE NETHERLANDS – Joan Franka – You And Me
5. BELARUS – Litesound – We Are The Heroes
6. PORTUGAL – Filipa Sousa – Vida Minha
8. BULGARIA – Sofi Marinova – Love Unlimited
9. SLOVENIA – Eva Boto – Verjamem
10. CROATIA – Nina Badric – Nebo
12. GEORGIA – Anri Jokhadze – I’m A Joker
15. SLOVAKIA – Max Jason Mai – Don’t Close Your Eyes

 

Now the starting order for the grand final, to be held on Saturday 26th May, is complete. The following 26 countries will be competing to win the 57th Eurovision Song Contest:

1.UNITED KINGDOM – Engelbert Humperdinck – Love Will Set Me Free
2. HUNGARY – Compact Disco – Sound Of Our Hearts
3. ALBANIA – Rona Nishliu – Suus
4. LITHUANIA – Donny Montell – Love Is Blind
5. BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA – Maya Sar – Korake Ti Znam
6. RUSSIA – Buranovskiye Babushki – Party For Everybody
7. ICELAND – Gréta Salóme & Jónsi – Never Forget
8. CYPRUS – Ivi Adamou – La La Love
9. FRANCE – Anggun – Echo (You And I)
10. ITALY – Nina Zilli – L’Amore E Femmina (Out Of Love)
11. ESTONIA – Ott Lepland – Kuula
12. NORWAY – Tooji – Stay
13. AZERBAIJAN – Sabina Babyeva – When The Music Dies
14. ROMANIA – Mandinga – Zaleilah
15. DENMARK – Soluna Samay – Should’ve Known Better
16. GREECE – Eleftheia Eleftheriou – Aphrodisiac
17. SWEDEN – Loreen – Euphoria
18. TURKEY – Can Bonomo – Love Me Back
19. SPAIN – Pastora Soler – Quédate Conmigo
20. GERMANY – Roman Lob – Standing Still
21. MALTA – Kurt Calleja – This Is The Night
22. F.Y.R. MACEDONIA – Kaliopi – Crno I Belo
23. IRELAND – Jedward – Waterline
24. SERBIA – Zeljko Joksimovic – Nije Ljubav Stvar
25. UKRAINE – Gaitana – Be My Guest
26. MOLDOVA – Pasha Parfeny – Lautar

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2 comments

  1. The Second Semi was far better. Sorry for Croatia that haven’t qualified. Have a nice time guys there in Baku! Greetings from Belgrade to all listeners of the ESC Radio! Votre ami, Zoran Mitrovic!

  2. 24. SERBIA – Zeljko Joksimovic – Nije Ljubav Stvar 😉

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