This evening the national juries voted for the 17 acts competing in the second semi-final. This means that 50% of the result already is decided. Who seems sure to qualify – and who will struggle to make it?
Yesterday evening six acts had to leave the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest, and tomorrow another seven will follow them. Left are 20 countries qualifying from the semi-finals joining the seven automatically qualified countries for Saturday’s final.
We watched tonight’s jury final with three journalists and a guest visitor, Narine from Belarus. Here are their prediction on who will qualify from the second semi-final.
Note: Due to signal loss in the press centre for parts of the Irish song, that is based on the first dress rehearsal this afternoon.
One of the favourites had problems tonight as Måns placed himself wrongly in relation to the LED screens carrying the graphics in his performance.
There was also problems with the signal to the juries during the Portuguese entry, and this was performed again after the show.
|Country||Theo (Greece)||Tommy (Sweden)||Narine (Belarus)||Charlotte (Denmark)|
These are our predictions and not necessarily our personal opinions.