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.
The first half of the first Eurovision Song Contest semi final rehearsed their performances on the Globen stage in Stockholm.
Sandhja can certainly rise above Finland’s last place Eurovision performance from last year, but can she make the finals?
She swept the Finnish national final, but can Sandhja sing her way to a Eurovision victory in Stockholm?
Can Finland’s punk group summon the spirit of Lordi and return to the Eurovision top ten?
Finland will be a country to watch out for at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, as they are winning the “behind the music” story contest.
Finland found “Something Better” in Softengine’s entry for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Is it the best in the second semi-final?
Does Ireland’s Eurovision entry still have a pulse, or could Can-Linn and Kasey Smith’s “Heartbeat” be DOA?
Finland may have the first real contender in Copenhagen with their Eurovision Song Contest entry “Something Better” by the rock band Softengine.