Published: Fri, May 12, 2017
World | By Tasha Manning

Polish singer moves on to Eurovision final

Polish singer moves on to Eurovision final

This Saturday, the grand finale of the 62nd annual Eurovision Song Contest - the longest-running global TV song competition in the world - will be streamed live on YouTube beginning at 3pm ET.

Also in the finals will be the "big five" countries that contribute most funds to the European Broadcasting Union - the UK, German, France, Italy and Spain. She said it was an fantastic experience to perform for millions of people and she has no regrets and leaves the contest with a thankful heart.

Now let's see how close your own results will be to tonight's semi-final, after the announcement of the 10 qualifiers!

It is so exciting that Greece has qualified for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest with Demy singing "This Is Love" in Kiev. Moldova's Sunstroke Project already took part in Eurovision 2010, which saw one of the band members Sergey Stepanov, due to his dance moves, become a living internet meme as an "Epic Sax Guy".

"I feel so lucky to be here and this whole opportunity has been incredible", the 21-year-old Blue Mountains-born singer added.

Israel's performance in Thursday's second semi-final was the final performance of the night. "I'm going there to do well but I'm prepared for anything".

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Soler, who was injured in spring training, hit.308 with a.538 slugging percentage in 11 rehab games with Triple-A Omaha. Whit Merrifield and Mike Moustakas led off the inning with singles, but Lorenzo Cain grounded into a double play.

Nissen won the right to represent Denmark by winning the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix, a national music competition in Denmark which is each year to select a Eurovision entrant.

Blanche from Belgium had another distressing experience: she was the last one announced to go through to the final, the experience she described as "horrible".

A yodelling rap duo, a trio of sisters and a popera singer are through to the Eurovision Song Contest's grand final.

Tragically, its writer Jonathan Larson, died the night before the show's first off-Broadway performance in 1996.

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The second Eurovision semifinal will be broadcast live on the TV channel Belarus 1 and the satellite channel Belarus 24. It'll be preceded by two semi-finals on May 9th and May 11th.

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