Eurovision 2022: 18 countries qualify for the second semi-final

Eighteen countries are playing this Thursday last 10 tickets for the final Eurovision 2022 in the second semi-final A short video of Spanish Chanel which one-minute performance to watch.

Finland, Israel, Serbia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Malta, San Marino, Australia, Cyprus, Ireland, North Macedonia, Estonia, Romania, Poland, Montenegro, Belgium, Sweden and Czech Republic participants of this gala.

Sweden, Poland, Australia, Estonia, Serbia, Czech Republic, Finland, Belgium, Cyprus and Azerbaijan will be the 10 finalists according to bets.

It starts with the gala legendary Finnish band The Rasmus, with the rock song ‘Jezebel’. From north to south with the Israeli pop song ‘IM’ performed by Michael Ben David. One of the big favourites, Serbian Konstrakta takes third place with the song “In Corpore Sano”.

Serbia is one of the countries that creates the most expectations in Turin due to the nature of its candidacy: the performance focuses on Konstrakta sitting in the middle of their backing vocals while washing her hands. and a critique of the Serbian healthcare system that leaves artists unaware. The song is also the first song in history to contain a full line in Latin.

After Serbian comes Azerbaijan, with Nadir Rüstemli and a performance that looks like it was taken from a musical for ‘Fade To Black’. Circus Mircus are the Georgia representatives who came up with an exaggerated staging for ‘Lock Me In’. After them comes Maltese, Emma and ‘I Am What I Am’, a pop song with a musical tone.

One of the festival’s sensations comes via San Marino: Achille Lauro. The Italian singer represents his neighboring country with the rock song ‘Stripper’, with one of the most powerful scenes: fire, cages, feathers and even the velvet mechanical bull.

Australia continues with ‘Not The Same’, a dramatic scene for the Sheldon Riley theme. Andromache comes from Cyprus, with ‘Ela’ and a staging inspired by Boticceli’s Venus. Ireland is dating Brooke Scullion at 10. They put on one of their strongest light shows for ‘This Rich’.

Estonian Stefan comes up with a scene inspired by the Tabernas de Almería desert for the country pop song ‘Hope’.‘. Romania continues with more Spanish references: “Hello baby, Hello baby, Call me, call me” is the chorus of the WRS song.

Poland comes with Ochman and ‘River’: One of the strongest voices of oppression before another: Montenegro. Vladana performs the exciting “Breath” dedicated to her mother who died of covid. Belgium follows up with Jérémie Makiese and the R’n’B song “Miss You”.

YeahOne of the biggest favorites of this edition, Sweden is in penultimate place with Cornelia Jakobs and ‘Hold Me Closer’. Finally, the Czech Republic is putting the finishing touches on the premiere with We Are Domi and “Lights Off”.

i inIn the middle of the gala, there will be a duet by two of the hosts, Mika and Laura Pausini.; Il Volo, Italy’s representatives at Eurovision 2015, will revisit that edition’s TV vote winner “Grande Amore”; and three missing Big 5 performances: Germany, the UK and Spain.

Source: Informacion


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