That’s the second semi final of Eurovision 2018 done and dusted, with another ten countries moving through to tomorrow night’s Grand Final.
But naturally, with ten countries progressing to the final round, eight more countries see their Eurovision 2018 journeys coming to an end.
In good news for Australia, Jessica Mauboy sailed through to tomorrow night’s final with her single ‘We Got Love’.
Previous winner Alexander Rybak from Norway will also perform in tomorrow night’s Grand Final.
But Russian President Vladimir Putin won’t be too happy to know that the 2018 Russian entrant failed to make it to the final.
Here’s the list of the ten countries moving through;
Each of those countries will join the ten countries moving through from the first semi, plus Germany, Italy, Spain, France and the UK as part of the “big five” and the host nation Portugal.
That means, of course, that eight countries have been knocked from the competition. They are (in alphabetical order); Georgia, Latvia, Malta, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia and San Marino.
The 2018 Eurovision final will take place on Saturday night European time (Sunday morning Australian time). And here’s the all-important running order, with our Jess somewhere in the middle of the pack;
09. United Kingdom
14. Czech Republic
After her electrifying performance in the first of the semi finals, Cyprus’s Eleni Foureira is now odds-on favourite to take home the 2018 crown.