After the first semi-final of Eurovision 2022 was celebrated, ten countries qualified for the grand final on Saturday. a draw to choose which of the two halves of the gala they will perform. In total, 25 countries qualify for the final, with 5 from the Big Five, 10 from the first semi-final and 10 from the second.
Despite the order of performance is chosen by the organization encouraging the show to be fun and not overlapping similar genres of songs, It is luck that determines whether agents move in the first half (first part, up to number 13 or in the second half (Second part, 14 to 25).
of the big five, Spain, Italy, France and Germany will play in the first halfduration The UK will move in second place. Of those who were classified in yesterday’s semi-finals, Switzerland, Armenia, Portugal, Norway, Ukraine and the Netherlands participated in the first half. On your own behalf Iceland, Moldova, Lithuania and Greece will perform in second place. Once the semi-finals are held, the remaining positions will be determined and the final performance ranking will be announced.
Moving in the second half, better results guaranteed
Historically, it has been more beneficial to perform in the second half of the show, that is, the last half. Italy won last year with their 24th place performance, debuted to sing at number 11 in 2019, winning the Netherlands. In 2017, Salvador Sobral (Portugal) performed in 11th place, and Mäns Zelmerlow (Sweden) and Conchita Wurst (Austria) performed tenth and eleventh in 2015 and 2014. None of them performed in the top nine. To find a country that won by performing in the top five (4th) in the performance rankings, you have to go back to 2003 when Turkey won.
The rest of the winners of the last decade, ‘second half’: Israel (22nd) in 2018, Ukraine (21st) in 2017, Denmark (18th) in 2013, Sweden (17th) in 2012, and Azerbaijan (19th) in 2011.