Israel's Netta Barzilai reached the finals of the Eurovision Song Contest on Tuesday night with her song "Toy".
Until Salvador Sobral victory previous year in Kiev, with the ballad "Love for both of Us", the Portuguese state broadcaster sent over 40 entries without even troubling the top five places. So, in total, the competition will be attended by 43 countries.
Tomorrow the whole country will be cheering for our participant.
Recall that the Ukrainian singer Zlata ognevich, who in 2013 took third place at the global song contest "Eurovision" on its official YouTube channel unveiled the first vlog for all those interested in this massive event and betting bookmakers.
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The United Kingdom is not, once again, among the favourites, nor is Ireland.
The Eurovision Song Contest final will air on May 12 on BBC One at 8pm. The Irish, with their fair share of victories - seven, from 1970 to 1997 - seem less interested in the contest nowadays. We have already mentioned, who will be performing in the first semifinal.
Tuesday night's semi-final had been billed by fans and pundits as a "Eurovision bloodbath", such was the quality of the acts competing for a place in the Grand Final.