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.
Will a return to Americana slow down the competition and get the Netherlands back to the Grand Final once more?
Has The Netherlands gone too many times to that well?
We close out our Eurovision 2015 coverage of the first semi-final with “Goodbye to Yesterday” by Elina Born & Stig Rästa. Will Estonia ride its status as favorite all the way to the top of the scoreboard?
The Netherlands attempts to “Walk Along” to its third Eurovision Song Contest final in a row with Trijntje Oosterhuis. Are the Dutch establishing a new trend (aside from all the duets this year)?
The Netherlands are third to pick their entry for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest, choosing Trijntje Oosterhuis’ “Walk Along”. Have a few years of internal selections given them tunnelvisie?
Armenia is the favorite to win this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Will Aram Mp3’s “Not Alone” deliver the country its first win?
Portugal returns to the Eurovision Song Contest with “Quero Ser Tua” (“I Want to Be Yours”) by Suzy. Did the country use the year off to revamp its strategy to try to get its first win?
Belgium’s Axel Hirsoux sings the hell out of “Mother” but a good song does not necessarily equal a good entry for the Eurovision Song Contest.