The live show from Berlin will be presented by Barbara Schöneberger, Linda Zervakis and commentary will be given by Peter Urban.
The following seven acts will perform:
After all seven acts have performed, the German viewers, an international expert jury (20 members that have already been members of the national Eurovision Song Contest jury in their home countries), and the members of a so-called Eurovision jury (100 members that have been chosen to represent the European music taste in the best possible way) will award possible scores of 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 and 12 points to the participating acts.
Saturday, 23rd of February
Denmark to the finish line
Ten finalists will take to the stage in the Boxen arena in Herning, in the hope of winning Denmark's ticket to Tel Aviv. The winner will perform in the first half of the second Semi-Final on the 16th of May.
Hungary picks their entry
This Saturday in Hungary's national final, eight artists will battle for a ticket to Tel Aviv:
Eight finalists remain, but only one of these artists can become Lithuania's representative:
Ukraine is down to six 'Vidbir' finalists
Six finalists remain in the Ukrainian national selection Vidbir. The audience and jury will decide on Saturday who goes to Tel Aviv for Ukraine.
The running order of the Vidbir final:
Also happening this Saturday
Several more countries will see semi-finals, building up towards national finals scheduled to take place in the next few weeks.