This is how late the S10's turn during the Eurovision Song Contest final

This is how late the S10’s turn during the Eurovision Song Contest final

The 66th Eurovision Song Contest will begin tonight at 9pm on NPO 1. Just like in the first semi-final, our patience is being tested, as the S10 is only the eleventh. The first semi-final also started at 9pm on Tuesday, then the eleventh performance was shown around 10pm, so we can assume the S10 will also appear at this time tonight.

The order of performances in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest is as follows:

  1. Czech Republic: We Domi – “Lights”

  2. Romania: WRS – ‘Llamame’

  3. Portugal: Maro – ‘Saudade, saudade’

  4. Finland: The Rasmus – ‘Jezebel’

  5. Switzerland: Marius Behr – Boys Don’t Cry

  6. France: Alvan & Ahez – ‘Fulenn’

  7. Norway: Subwoolfer – “Give this wolf a banana”

  8. Armenia: Rosa Lynn – Snap

  9. Italy: Mahmoud and Blanco – “Privedi”

  10. Spain: Chanel – ‘SloMo’

  11. Holland: S10 – “The Depth”

  12. Ukraine: Kalush Orchestra – “Stefania”

  13. Germany: Malik Harris – Rockstars

  14. Lithuania: Monica Liu – ‘passionate’

  15. Azerbaijan: Nadir Rostomli – “Fade to Black”

  16. Belgium: Jeremy McKeese – Miss You

  17. Greece: Amanda Teneford – “We Die Together”

  18. Iceland: Systur – “Með hækkandi sól”

  19. Moldova: Zdob și Zdub & Frații Advahov – ‘Trenulețul’

  20. Sweden: Cornelia Jacobs – ‘Hold Me Closer’

  21. Australia: Sheldon Riley – “Not the Same”

  22. UK: Sam Ryder – ‘Space Man’

  23. Poland: Ochman – “river”

  24. Serbia: Konstrakta – ‘In corpore sano’

  25. Estonia: Stefan – “Hope”

Rob Goossens hasn’t liked this business yet. In fact, the S10 is believed to be the only one that sang beautifully.

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