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The Eurovision fever is back for its 63rd edition. The biggest singing contest joins artists from all Europe that each country has to submit an original song to be performed live on television. Its audience equals sporting events throughout the world, being aired not only in all European countries, but also in the United States, Canada, New Zealand, China, and most recently in Australia. On Eurovision’s official website, the show is streaming live for those who want to see it anywhere.
As Portugal won the 2017’s edition of Eursovision with Salvador Sobral, this year the show is being held in Lisbon, in Altice Arena, on 8, 10, and 12 of May.
In the first two days, the contestans can only be in the big final if they pass the semi-finals (there are always two of them) and then join the six pre-qualified countries (top 6 of 2017): Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom, France, Germany, and Italy.
As the first semi-final has already happened, here are the ten countries that were chosen by the public and jury to sing at the final:
Tonight, May 10th, is the second semi-final and we’ll know the complete list of finalists for the the Eurovision Singing Contest 2018. Who is your favorite? Let us know! In the meantime, happy European singing!