Entries to be picked in Norway, Hungary and Iceland
In Eurovision.tv we're very pleased to give you the possibility to watch one, two or the three national finals that are being held tonight.
In Norway ten talented acts are going to battle it out to win their ticket to the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest. You can watch the Final of Melodi Grand Prix right here on Eurovision.tv starting at 19:55 CET. And the last choice of the evening will come from Iceland. Seven acts have reached the Final of Söngvakeppni Sjónvarpsins 2012, but only one of them will make it to Azerbaijan. Check out our Web TV player at 21:30 to follow the show.
Semi-finals in Sweden and Lithuania
The finals are not the only shows tonight. Sweden and Lithuania started their semi-final rounds last week and go on with them on Saturday.
Melodifestivalen moves to Sweden's second city, Gothenburg, for the second semi-final with eight more acts in the line-up (pictured):
Ulrik Munther - Soldiers
Top Cats - Baby Doll
Sonja Alden - I Din Himmel
Andreas Lundstedt - Aldrig Aldrig
Timotej - Stormande Hav
David Lindgren - Shout It Out
Mimi Oh - Det Går För Långsamt
Thomas Di Leva - Ge Aldrig Upp
Two of the songs will proceed to the Final and two to the Second Chance round. Melodifestivalen is available to watch live through SVT Play.
As it happened last week, in Lithuania the performances have already been judged by the jury. This is the line-up of the show with the points awarded by the jury:
Jurijus Veklenko - Tu Ne Viena 34 points
Sati - Light Is The One 32 points
Katažina - Euforija 34 points
Diana Jasilionytė - Dear Someone 36 points
Vytautas Matuzas - Take It Back 40 points
Martynas Beinaris - Bella Donna 26 points
Laura J and Stiga - Fading In The Mist 23 points
Sweetsalt - My Love 30 points
Alive Way - Amazed By You 41 points (pictured below)
Complete results will follow tonight after the televote and smart-phone voting, and three more songs will go to the Final. A webcast is provided to follow the Lithuanian semi-final on LRT's site. All of this night's shows have finished, and the Hungarian, Norwegian and Icelandic finals can be watched again and again in our WebTV player.