May 24, 2022

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When is Eurovision Song Contest 2022?Finals schedule revealed


A total of 40 countries took part in this year’s Eurovision. THE Eurovision 2022 final is taking place TONIGHT in Turin, Italy.


Sam Ryder will represent the UK at the finals tonight[/caption]

When were the Eurovision Song Contest semi-finals?

The countries competing and the songs they will perform include: It will be held at Italy’s PalaOlimpico Arena in Turin. The Eurovision 2022 final is taking place TONIGHT (Saturday, May 14, 2022).

When is the Eurovision 2022 final?

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Here’s all you need to know about how you can watch the contest. Russia has been eliminated after the country invaded Ukraine. The event will be broadcast live from 8 pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

Which countries are competing in Eurovision?

This is where all the countries took part excluding France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom.

There will be 17 in the first semi-final, and another 18 in the second semi-final before the automatic qualifiers. The second semi-final aired on Thursday, May 12, at the same time and saw each country perform across the two semi-finals for a chance to win one of the ten spaces in tonight’s final. Read More on The Sun Only six countries have a guaranteed place in the Eurovision final every year, although this year that number has changed to five.

Home nation/ Big five

  • France – Fulenn by Alvan & Ahez
  • Germany – Rockstars by Malik Harris
  • Spain – SloMo by Chanel
  • United Kingdom – Spaceman by Sam Ryder
  • Italy – Brividi by Mahmood & Blanco

Eurovision semi-finals one

  • Albania – Sekret by Ronela Hajati
  • Latvia – Eat Your Salad by Citi Zēni
  • Lithuania – Sentimental by Monika Liu
  • Switzerland – Boys Do Cry by Marius Bear
  • Slovenia – Disko by LPS
  • Ukraine – Stefania by Kalush Orchestra
  • Bulgaria – Intention by Intelligent Music Project
  • Netherlands – De Diepte by S10
  • Moldova by Trenuleţul by Zdob şi Zdub & Fraţii Advahov
  • Portugal – Saudade, saudade by Maro
  • Croatia – Guilty Pleasure by Mia Dimšić
  • Denmark – The Show by Reddi
  • Austria – Halo by LUM! X & Pia Maria
  • Iceland – Með hækkandi sól by Systur
  • Greece – Die Together by Amanda Tenfjord
  • Norway – Give That Wolf a Banana by Subwoofer
  • Armenia – Snap by Rosa Linn

Eurovision semi-finals two

  • Finland – Jezebel by The Rasmus
  • Israel – I.M by Michael Ben David
  • Serbia – In Corpore Sano by Konstrakta
  • Azerbaijan – Fade To Black by Nadir Rustamli
  • Georgia – Lock Me In by Circus Marcus
  • Malta – Am What I Am by Emma Muscat
  • San Marino – Stripper by Achille Lauro
  • Australia – Not the Same by Sheldon Riley
  • Cyprus – Ela by Andromache
  • Ireland -That’s Rich by Brooke Scullion
  • North Macedonia – Circles by Andrea
  • Estonia – Hope by Stefan
  • Romania – Llámame by WRS
  • Poland – River by Ochman
  • Montenegro – Breathe by Vladana
  • Belgium – Miss You by Jérémie Makiese
  • Sweden – Hold Me Closer by Cornelia Jakobs
  • Czech Republic – Lights Off by We Are Domi
The first Eurovision semi-final took place on Tuesday, May 10, at 8 pm on BBC One.
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