The votes are in, and we have broken streaks to report! Which ten countries from today’s semi-final advanced to Saturday’s Grand Final?
Friday provided a clearer separation of the wheat from the chaff as all eighteen performers from Semifinal 1 took to the Eurovision stage for their second rehearsals.
Tuesday saw ten more countries rehearsing for the first time on Stockholm’s Eurovision Song Contest stage.
Does ZOË’s sugar-coated poptimism have enough energy to get Austria into the Grand Final?
After a disappointing 2015, Austria returns to glamorous, campy form with “Loin d’ici.”
This year’s Eurovision host Austria will be building a bridge between the first and second half of the final with “I Am Yours” by the Makemakes.
Does Austria have a Eurovision two-peat in the works? Probably not.
After two fantastic semi-finals and a final where it was anybody’s game, Conchita Wurst’s “Rise Like a Phoenix” won Austria the Eurovision Song Contest.
Armenia is the favorite to win this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Will Aram Mp3’s “Not Alone” deliver the country its first win?
Vilija Mataciunaite’s song for Eurovision isn’t enough of an “Attention” stealer to give Lithuania a win.