Eurovision 2022 Semi Final Two Results Revealed

Eurovision 2022 Semi Final Two Results Revealed

On Tuesday, we found out the first ten acts who will move on to the 2022 Eurovision Grand Final. Tonight, ten more acts qualified from Semi Final Two to complete the line-up on Saturday night. These twenty acts will join the Big Five, which consists of France, Germany, Spain, the UK, and host nation Italy.

Eurovision Semi Final Two Results

The results from Semi Final Two of the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest are as follows:

OrderCountryArtistSongResult
1🇫🇮 FinlandThe Rasmus“Jezebel”Qualified
2🇮🇱 IsraelMichael Ben David“I.M”NQ
3🇷🇸 SerbiaKonstrakta“In Corpore Sano”Qualified
4🇦🇿 AzerbaijanNadir Rustamli“Fade to Black”Qualified
5🇬🇪 GeorgiaCircus Mircus“Lock Me In”NQ
6🇲🇹 MaltaEmma Muscat“I Am What I Am”NQ
7🇸🇲 San MarinoAchille Lauro“Stripper”NQ
8🇦🇺 AustraliaSheldon Riley“Not the Same”Qualified
9🇨🇾 CyprusAndromache“Ela”NQ
10🇮🇪 IrelandBrooke“That’s Rich”NQ
11🇲🇰 North MacedoniaAndrea“Circles”NQ
12🇪🇪 EstoniaStefan“Hope”Qualified
13🇷🇴 RomaniaWRS“Llámame”Qualified
14🇵🇱 PolandOchman“River”Qualified
15🇲🇪 MontenegroVladana“Breathe”NQ
16🇧🇪 BelgiumJérémie Makiese“Miss You”Qualified
17🇸🇪 SwedenCornelia Jakobs“Hold Me Closer”Qualified
18🇨🇿 CzechiaWe Are Domi“Lights Off”Qualified

Eurovision Song Contest 2022

Italy earned the right to host the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest after MÃ¥neskin won the 2021 Edition of the show in Rotterdam with “Zitti e buoni”. Following their win, Turin was then selected as the host city for Eurovision 2022, and the dates for the contest were announced as the 10th, 12th and 14th of May. Although 41 countries initially entered the competition, the EBU expelled Russia from the contest following its invasion of Ukraine in late February. Armenia and Montenegro are both returning after missing the contest in 2021.

The opening act for tonight’s Semi-Final Two included a presentation highlighting Italian hand gestures performed by host Alessandro Catalan. The interval included a performance by Il Volo, who represented Italy at Eurovision 2015 with “Grande Amore” and placed third. Co-presenters Laura Pausini and Mika also performed a duet.

Additionally, we were treated to previews of performances by Big Five artists Sam Ryder (United Kingdom), Chanel (Spain), and Malik Harris (Germany).

What the TES Team Predicted for Semi Final Two

The team at THAT Eurovision Site have submitted their predictions for the ten acts that could qualify from Semit Final Two, which you can read here. You can also hear more of our thoughts on the acts from Semi Final Two after rehearsals in our preview below:

What did you think of the results of Semi Final Two? Do you agree with the choices made? Let us know in the comments or on social media. Be sure to follow ‘THAT Eurovision Site’ on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.

News Source: EBU

Photo Source: EBU / Corinne Cumming

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