The Eurovision Song Contest it continues on Thursday evening (May 11) in Liverpool, where countries like Austria and Denmark will contest the second semi-final.
Sixteen acts will compete against each other Top 10 make it to the grand final on Saturday (May 13).
One of the acts will be known to at least 10 million people: The Dane Reiley has built up a huge fan base on TikTok with his song “Breaking My Heart”.
Polish pop singer Blanka will perform her track “Solo,” which has been compared to the music of Ariana Grande.
Meanwhile, Cyprus’ Andrew Lambrou will also provide a rendition of his emotional ballad ‘Break a Broken Heart’.
Below is a full order of the countries competing in tonight (May 11) in the second semi-final.
- Denmark: Reiley – Breaking My Heart
- Armenia: brunette – future lover
- Romania: Theodor Andrei – DGT (from time to time)
- Estonia: Alika – Bridges
- Belgium: Gustavh – Because of you
- Cyprus: Andrew Lambrou – Break A Broken Heart
- Iceland: Diljá – power
- Greece: Victor Vernicos – What they say
- Poland: Blanka – Solo
- Slovenia: Joker Out – Carpe Diem
- Georgia: Iru-Echo
- San Marino: Piqued Jacks – Like an Animal
- Austria: Teya & Salena – Who the hell is Edgar?
- Albania: Albina & Kelmendi Family – Duje
- Lithuania: Monika Linkytė – stay
- Australia: Voyager promise
Teya and Salena are among the more quirky acts that will be performing this evening. They are the first female duo to represent Austria and perform their dance-pop track “Who the Hell is Edgar?”.
The song is about both being possessed by the ghost of 19th-century horror author Edgar Allen Poe and women writers’ struggles to be taken seriously.
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The first semi-final took place on Tuesday evening (9 May) with 15 acts taking part.
Wild Youth, representing Ireland, was kicked out while Loreen from Sweden and Kaarija from Finland got through.
As the defending champions, Ukraine automatically qualifies for the grand final.
The so-called “Big Five” – Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy and Spain – automatically qualify for the grand finals based on their financial contributions to the event.
In an amendment for 2023, Only the audience votes decide which countries qualify from the semi-final phase.
That means the crimes don’t have to face the judges until they reach the grand finale.
The first Eurovision semi-final was watched by an average of 2.3 million viewers overnight, according to figures released by the BBC.
The second semi-final will be broadcast on BBC One on Thursday from 8pm.
Additional coverage by Press Association