The Europe’s favorite tv-show continues tonight with the second semi-final live from Malmö Arena where some 11,000 enthusiastic Eurovision fans are witnessing the event in addition to millions around the world.
17 countries are competing and in addition to those also Germany, France and Spain participate in the voting. The juries gave their points after watching last night’s dress rehearsals which means 50% of the results have been determined already.
- Latvia: PeR – Here We Go
- San Marino: Valentina Monetta – Crisalide (Vola)
- FYR Macedonia: Esma and Lozano – Pred Da Se Razdeni
- Azerbaijan: Farid Mammadov – Hold Me
- Finland: Krista Siegfrids – Marry Me
- Malta: Gianluca – Tomorrow
- Bulgaria: Elitsa & Stoyan – Samo Shampioni
- Iceland: Eyþór Ingi – Ég Á Líf
- Greece: Koza Mostra feat. Agathon Iakovidis – Alcohol Is Free
- Israel: Moran Mazor – Rak Bishvilo
- Armenia: Dorians – Lonely Planet
- Hungary: ByeAlex – Kedvesem
- Norway: Margaret Berger – I Feed You My Love
- Albania: Adrain Luljuraj & Bledar Sejko – Identitet
- Georgia: Nodi & Sophie – Waterfall
- Switzerland: Takasa – You And Me
- Romania: Cezar – It’s My Life
Darin and Agnes the interval acts!
One of the most popular names in the Swedish music scene will be special guests. Darin and Agnes will perform some of their biggest hits in tonight’s show. They have also both competed in the Swedish pre-selection for Eurovision Song Contest, Melodifestivalen, in previous years but so far we haven’t seen them competing on Eurovision stage.
As an opening act we’ll see an ‘urban orchestra’ which is made up of dancers. Fredrik “Benke” Rydman and Jennie Widegren have created the choreography which welcomes us to follow the show.
Print out scorecards for tonight
Because ranking songs is essential part of Eurovision Song Contest, we have made scorecards for tonight’s semi-final. You can give points from 1 to 10 (or whatever you like) according to the visual performance, vocals and the song itself. Then count the points together and surprise, surprise, you’ll find out which countries are your favorites.
You can download and print out the scorecards by following the links below.