Second Eurovision 2018 semi-final to take place on May 10

Second Eurovision 2018 semi-final to take place on May 10

Second Eurovision 2018 semi-final to take place on May 10

In case you missed it, Ireland got through to the final of the Eurovision, following the first semi-final on Tuesday evening.

Eurovision 2018 first Semi-Final to take place today, on May 8.

It's the first time for Portugal to host the competition, after Salvador Sobral won the contest previous year.

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26 countries will participate in the Eurovision finals, which will be held in Lisbon next week.

The well-received video was adopted in the live staging for the song, with O'Shaughnessy set to be accompanied by the dancers on stage at the contest itself.

"The song, Storm, is such a catchy, universal, uplifting anthem and the production around it is going to be really cool", she told TV Times.

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Now, rumour has it that he's in talks for a Eurovision documentary for Netflix, which I think we can all agree would be pretty cool!

"There have been talks with the BBC, they really want me to do it", Saara had told The Sun newspaper previous year.

Ryan revealed backstage how it was impossible to describe his feeling of qualifying for the final.

Mauboy is hoping to join the 10 other contestants who qualified for Saturday's final. The track was a massive hit with the judges, who immediately sent the singer-songwriter through to the semi-finals. "I have a strong Finnish and worldwide team with me, together we're able to make great things happen".

Ireland made it through to the final for the first time since 2013 at Tuesday's semi-final.

SBS are the broadcast partner of Eurovision and have been covering the event for years.

Speaking at the first semi-final, the singer whose real name is Susanna Marie Cork, said she was excited for Saturday, adding: "It's such a dream".

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