Eurovision’s second semi-final sees 10 more acts go through

This article contains spoilers about the results of the second semi-final at Eurovision.

Seventeen morte contestants have battled it out for a spot in Eurovision’s grand final with the second semi final taking place over night.

Australia’s Kate Miller-Heidke made it through the first semi final earlier in the week alongside nine other countries, now ten more have been added to the list. They’ll join the ‘Big 5’ nation’s of France, Spain, Italy, France and United Kingdom, who are always in the final automatically, and host country Israel.

Making through to Saturday night’s Grand Final is Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden, Malta, Russia, Albania, Norway, The Netherlands, North Macedonia and Azerbaijan.

Sweden’s John Jundvik is one of the favourites with his gospel house tune Too Late for Love, and Russia’s Sergey Lazarev has also got a lot of support with his tune Scream. The bookie’s favourite is still Duncan Lawrence from The Netherlands with Arcade. 

No longer in the game is Armenia, Ireland, Moldova, Latvia, Romania, Croatia, Lithuania, and Austria.

Catch the Grand Final at 3am (WA time) on Sunday morning. 

OIP Staff, image: Chingaz from Azerbaijan by Johanes Putting EBU