Dilara passes to final of "Eurovision-2014"

Wed 07 May 2014 03:02 GMT | 07:02 Local Time

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Tonight in the first two hour show of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, broadcast LIVE from the B&W Hallerne, Copenhagen, 16 countries took part in the First Semi-Final in order to qualify for 10 places available in Saturday's final.

We have ten winners, and these are as follows, in the order they were announced.

Montenegro
Hungary
Russia
Armenia
Azerbaijan
San Marino
Ukraine
Sweden
Netherlands
Iceland


16 acts were competing in the first Semi-Final of the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest in order of appearance were:

Armenia: Not Alone sung by Aram MP3
Latvia: Cake To Bake sung by Aarzemnieki
Estonia: Amazing sung by Tanja
Sweden: Undo sung by Sanna Nielsen
Iceland: No Prejudice sung by Pollapönk
Albania: One Night's Anger sung by Hersi
Russia: Shine sung by Tolmachevy Sisters
Azerbaijan: Start A Fire sung by Dilara Kazimova
Ukraine: Tick-Tock sung by Mariya Yaremchuk
Belgium: Mother sung by Axel Hirsoux
Moldova: Wild Soul sung by Cristina Scarlat
San Marino: Maybe (Forse) sung by Valentina Monetta
Portugal: Quero Ser Tua sung by Suzy
Netherlands: Calm After The Storm sung by The Common Linnets
Montenegro: Moj Svijet sung by Sergej Ćetković
Hungary: Running sung by András Kállay-Saunders

First Semi-Final concludes

The first ten finalists (beside those already known, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom and last year’s winning country Denmark), will take part in the Grand Final of the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest, which takes place on Saturday the 10h of May. Another ten finalists will be chosen in the Second Semi-Final on 8th of May.

The result was determined by way of a 50/50 split between national expert juries and televoting. The combined scores created the final outcome. In yesterday's Jury Final, the expert juries already determined their votes for the First Semi-Final by watching the live performances. Televoting took place tonight during the live show.

EBU Executive Supervisor, Jon Ola Sand, said the 59th Eurovision Song Contest promises two more excellent shows. "Tonight's semi-final got the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest off to a flying start, with some wonderful performances from the artists and, of course, world-class TV pictures from Danish EBU Member DR. I'm eager to see the story of this year's contest unfold with the second Semi-Final on Thursday and the Grand Final on Saturday."

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