Eurovision 2012: Semi Final Two winners

By David Knox on May 26, 2012 / Filed Under News 6

The last ten songs have qualified for the Eurovision Final in Baku!

They are:

Željko Joksimovi: “Nije Ljubav Stvar”
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Kaliopi: “Crno I Belo”
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Kurt Calleja: “This Is the Night”
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Gaitana: “Be My Guest”
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Loreen: “Euphoria”
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Can Bonomo: “Love Me Back”
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Ott Lepland “Kuula”
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Tooji: “Stay”
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Maya Sar: “Korake Ti Znam”
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Donny Montell: “Love Is Blind”
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Missing out were:


Sweden remains the favourite to take out the contest this year, and as much as I hate agreeing with the bookies, it’s my personal favourite too and currently leads the TV Tonight polling. Loreena has a strong song and gives an utterly contemporary performance (Englebert *cough cough*). Russia could take out as a novelty act. Hope not.

You can vote live for Australia’s Eurovision unofficial winner at Russia was selected as the winner of the First Semi Final and Sweden topped the Second Semi Final.

The Final running order is now (premiere performances in bold):

1. UNITED KINGDOM – Engelbert Humperdinck – Love Will Set You Free
2. HUNGARY – Compact Disco – Sound Of Our Hearts
3. ALBANIA – Rona NIshliu – Suus
4. LITHUANIA – Donny Montell – Love Is Blind
5. BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA – Maya Sar – Korake Ti Znam
6. RUSSIA – Buranovskiye Babushki – Party For Everybody
7. ICELAND – Greta Salóme & Jónsi – Never Forget
8. CYPRUS – Ivi Adamou – La La Love
9. FRANCE – Anggun – Echo (You And I)
10. ITALY – Nina Zilli – L’Amore È Femmina (Out Of Love)

11. ESTONIA – Ott Lepland – Kuula
12. NORWAY – Tooji – Stay
13. AZERBAIJAN – Sabina Babayeva – When The Music Dies
14. ROMANIA – Mandinga – Zaleilah
15. DENMARK – Soluna Samay – Shoud’ve Known Better
16. GREECE – Eleftheria Eleftheriou – Aphrodisiac
17. SWEDEN – Loreen – Euphoria
18. TURKEY – Can Bonomo – Love Me Back
19. SPAIN – Pastora Soler – Quédate Conmigo (Stay With Me)
20. GERMANY – Roman Lob – Standing Still

21. MALTA – Kurt Calleja – This Is The Night
22. F.Y.R. MACEDONIA – Kaliopi – Crno I Belo
23. IRELAND – Jedward – Waterline
24. SERBIA – Željko Joksimović – Nije Ljubav Stvar
25. UKRAINE – Gaitana – Be My Guest
26. MOLDOVA – Pasha Parfeny – Lăutar

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David Knox blogs Eurovision for SBS.


  1. kenyirol158 May 27, 2012 at 6:51 pm -

    Really don’t get why Sweden is the hot favourite – thought it was awful myself and I really don’t think it’ll pick up the votes.

  2. Goatracer May 27, 2012 at 2:44 pm -

    SBS have the broadcast rights,commonsense would dictate they would be the one broadcaster not to usurp thier own coverage?
    Wrong,turn the damn TV on and in a rolling tickertape on the bottom of the screen is the winner and then the story on Aljazeera.
    About time this was broadcast live.

  3. ausriley26 May 27, 2012 at 10:45 am -

    I found Sweden to be a tad underwhelming in its performance – I love the song but on stage it just lacked that something special. Estonia and Malta would be my other favourites from this semi, but I really really home for the Russian grannies to make it over the line.

  4. Ebony Loves Eurovision May 27, 2012 at 7:56 am -

    I can’t get Euphoria out of my head. Go Sweden!

  5. sav001 May 27, 2012 at 1:12 am -

    @ Brekky You are kidding right? If you thought that was awful, I can’t imagine what you think of many of the other songs. For me, Sweden was really good and the most contemporary of all the songs. In fact, I thought tonights semifinal was of much higher standard than the first one.

  6. Brekkie May 27, 2012 at 12:23 am -

    Really don’t get why Sweden is the hot favourite – thought it was awful myself and I really don’t think it’ll pick up the votes.

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