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ESC 2019: The semi 2 qualifiers and the final running order!

by | May 17, 2019

ESC 2019: The semi 2 qualifiers and the final running order!

by | May 17, 2019 | Eurovision |

The qualifiers from the second semi-final of ESC 2019 are Denmark, Sweden, Malta, Russia, Albania, the Netherlands and North Macedonia (all of whom drew slots in the first half of the final) and Switzerland, Norway and Azerbaijan (who landed in the second half).

In terms of the escgo! team’s predictions, this means Martin and Shi both got 8/10 correct, while Felix scored 6/10.

A few hours after the semi-final ended, the EBU revealed the producer-determined running order for the grand final, which looks like this:

1. Malta
2. Albania
3. Czech Republic
4. Germany
5. Russia
6. Denmark
7. San Marino
8. North Macedonia
9. Sweden
10. Slovenia
11. Cyprus
12. Netherlands
13. Greece
14. Israel
15. Norway
16. United Kingdom
17. Iceland
18. Estonia
19. Belarus
20. Azerbaijan
21. France
22. Italy
23. Serbia
24. Switzerland
25. Australia
26. Spain

We’ll have our first chance to see the songs in this running order at Friday afternoon’s first rehearsal of the grand final – stay tuned to escgo! here and on Twitter for Shi’s live insights from the press centre!

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