Eurovision 2023: The Second Semi-Final Qualifiers11 May 2023 at 23:08 CEST
During a TikTok live on the official Eurovision Song Contest account, before the start of the Press Conference following the Live Show, each qualifying country’s act randomly drew the half of the running order that they will perform in during the Grand Final.
You can watch all performance on the Eurovision Song Contest YouTube channel.
Eurovision Song Contest 2023: Second Semi-Final Qualifiers:
(Acts are listed in order of their announcement)
🇦🇱 Albania | Albina & Familja Kelmendi - Duje (First Half)
🇨🇾 Cyprus | Andrew Lambrou - Break A Broken Heart (First Half)
🇪🇪 Estonia | Alika - Bridges (First Half)
🇧🇪 Belgium | Gustaph - Because Of You (Second Half)
🇦🇹 Austria | Teya & Salena - Who The Hell Is Edgar? (First Half)
🇱🇹 Lithuania | Monika Linkytė - Stay (Second Half)
🇵🇱 Poland | Blanka - Solo (First Half)
🇦🇺 Australia | Voyager - Promise (Second Half)
🇦🇲 Armenia | Brunette - Future Lover (Second Half)
🇸🇮 Slovenia | Joker Out - Carpe Diem (Second Half)
And, of course, with all the celebrations comes a little heartbreak too… the six acts that did not qualify this evening are (in order of performance):
🇩🇰 Denmark | Reiley - Breaking My Heart
🇷🇴 Romania | Theodor Andrei - D.G.T. (Off and On)
🇮🇸 Iceland | Diljá - Power
🇬🇷 Greece | Victor Vernicos - What They Say
🇬🇪 Georgia | Iru - Echo
🇸🇲 San Marino | Piqued Jacks - Like An Animal
All of the artists this evening, regardless of if they qualified or not, put their hearts and souls into their time on the Eurovision stage, and are worthy of applause! Keep supporting your favourite acts throughout their careers by following them on their social media channels!
How the result was decided
The Semi-Final result was determined through televotes. The televote took place during the live broadcast of the show. The 16 participating countries, as well as Spain, the United Kingdom and Ukraine, were voting in this Semi Final.
The 10 successful qualifiers now join the qualifiers from the Tuesday night's First Semi-Final, as well as the Big Five plus reigning Contest champions Ukraine, in the Grand Final on Saturday 13 May.
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