By Caroline J. Posted May 13, 2022 8:36 AM
The second and last semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest took place on May 12. In total, 18 countries competed and only 10 of them clinched their place for the grand final scheduled for May 14. Discover without delay the 10 songs of the qualified countries this Thursday evening.
Tuesday, May 10, 17 countries competed in Turin, Italy on the occasion of the first semi-final of the’Eurovision. At the end of this first stage, only 10 countries have qualified. This Thursday, May 12, 18 countries were in the running when second semi-final. Among them ? Finland, Israel, Serbia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Malta, San Marino, Australia, Cyprus, Ireland, North Macedonia, Estonia, Romania, Poland, Montenegro, Belgium, Sweden and the Czech Republic.
Their goal was simple: do everything to try to get their ticket to the song contest grand finale, scheduled for May 14. However. As in the first semi-final, only 10 countries had the chance to qualify for the long-awaited final. So which countries are selected? We discover them in song!
Here are the 10 songs qualified in the second Eurovision semi-final
Finland: The Rasmus with the song Jezebel »
Serbia: Konstrakta with the song In Corpore Sano »
Azerbaijan: Nadir Rustamli with the song Fade To Black »
Australia: Sheldon Riley with the song Not The Same »
Estonia: Stefan with the song Hope »
Romania: WRS with the song Llamame »
Poland: Ochman with the song river »
Belgium : Jeremiah Makiese with the song Miss You »
Sweden : Cornelia Jakobs with the song Hold Me Closer »
Czech republic : We Are Domi with the song Lights Off »
See you this May 14 to find out the lucky winner of this 2022 edition of Eurovisionamong 25 finalist countries.
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