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Eurovision-2019 in Tel Aviv: the first Semi-Final starts tonight

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Eurovision-2019 in Tel Aviv: the first Semi-Final starts tonight

The Grand Final of the 64th Eurovision Song Contest will take place on May 18th in Tel Aviv, Israel.

On May,14 at 22:00 IDT (21:00 CEST) the  representatives of 17 countries will perform in the first Semi-Final of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv. Only 10 countries with the highest points totals qualify for the Grand Final.

The running order for the first semi-final is:

1. Cyprus – Tamta will perform Replay

2. Montenegro – D mol will perform Heaven

3. Finland – Darude feat. Sebastian Rejman will perform Look Away

4. Poland – Tulia will perform Fire of Love

5. Slovenia – Zala Kralj & Gasper Santl will perform Sebi

6. Czech Republic – Lake Malawi will perform Friend Of A Friend

7. Hungary – Joci Pápai will perform Az én apám

8. Belarus – Zena will perform Like It

9. Serbia – Nevena Božović will perform Kruna

10. Belgium – Eliot will perform Wake Up

11. Georgia – Oto Nemsadze will perform Keep on Going

12. Australia – Kate Miller-Heidke will perform Zero Gravity

13. Iceland – Hatari will perform Hatrið mun sigra

14. Estonia – Victor Crone will perform Storm

15. Portugal – Conan Osiris will perform Telemóveis

16. Greece – Katerine Duska will perform Better Love

17. San Marino – Serhat will perform Say Na Na Na

The second semi-final will take place on May, 16. From 18 countries only ten will progress to the final.

The running order for the second semi-final is:

1. Armenia – Srbuk will perform Walking Out

2. Irelaned – Sarah McTernan will perform 22

3. Moldova – Anna Odobescu will perform Stay

4. Switzerland – LUCA Hänni will perform Shot Got Me

5. Latvia – Carousel will perform That Night

6. Romania – Ester Peony will perform On a Sunday

7. Denmark – Leonora will perform Love Is Forever

8. Sweden – John Lundvik will perform Too Late For Love

9. Austria – Paenda will perform Limits

10. Croatia- Roko Blažević will perform The Dream

11. Malta – Michela will perform Chameleon

12. Lithuania- Jurij Veklenko will perform Run with the Lions

13. Russia-Sergey Lazarev will perform Scream

14. Albania – Jonida Maliqi will perform Ktheju tokës

15. Norway -KEiiNO will perform Spirit in the Sky

16. The Netherlands -Duncan Laurence will perform Arcade

17. North Macedonia – Tamara Todevska will perform Proud

18.Azerbaijan -Chingiz will perform Truth.

The Big Five countries – those that make the biggest financial contribution to the contest – go straight into the final.

They are the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain and Italy.

The host nation Israel is also automatically in the grand final.

Ukraine were due to send an act to the 2019 contest in Israel, with Maruv winning a national contest. But after topping the vote, she stepped down due to a failure to agree with the national broadcaster on what she deemed to be a restrictive contract. “I am a musician, rather than a tool of the political stage,” she said. The second- and third-placed acts were then approached to take her place but both declined, leading Ukraine to pull out of this year’s contest altogether.

The Grand Final of the 64th Eurovision Song Contest will take place on May 18th in Tel Aviv, Israel.

The slogan for Eurovision 2019 is Dare to Dream. It is made of three triangles, creating a golden star. The total budget for the contest is estimated to €28.5 million.

Eurovision 2018 winner became a 25-year old Netta Barzilai of Israel with her track TOY. Her unusual performance was a hit with both the expert juries and the public.

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