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The first 10 adjacent to the final of the Eurovision

The first half final of the Eurovision Song Contest ended on Tuesday afternoon with representatives of 10 countries preventing it from reaching the grand finale and still being awarded seven.

Presenting of Australia, Iceland, Greece, Belarus, Serbia, Cyprus, Estonia, Czech Republic, San Marino and Slovenia They went to the next round of voting from & # 39; visitor, chosen from & # 39; e 41 in competition. The national voices are divided between a professional jury and the call of the spectators.

Temporary this frustrates the dreams of aspirants from Montenegro, Finland, Poland, Hungary, Georgia, Portugal and Belgium.

The show features a variety of musical songs, from one raw metal rock from an ice-cream punk band to & # 39; an infection doll of a light Cypriot color boy.

The Australian Australian Kate Miller-Heidke, who played "Zero Gravity", began with a group of dancers, and at present Greek Katerina Duska, with her animated version of "Better Love", is considered.

Thousands of fans hit Tel Aviv's theatrical theater where it was held, revolting flags and curly patriotic. The atmosphere was free of recent policies that could destroy many in Israel's distressed festivities

The Isla representative, Hatari, has drafted a controversy in Israel by being in the first place to use the Eurovision scenario to expose the "face of occupation". But if a press conference went to the semi-final, Hatari gave a true positive message. "We need to unite and think to love," he said, "hating being at Europe's rise".

Some 200 million viewers around the world in the program.

This Thursday, the second half final will also take 10 countries to the last round, which will be in Tel Aviv on Saturday night.

Five countries in Europe and the family have evolved the semi-final rounds, enabling the total of 26 participants to compete to crown the best pop action in Europe at the 64th anniversary.

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