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    Albania: Jonida Maliqi – Ktheju Tokës
    Armenia: Srbuk – Walking Out
    Australia: Kate Miller-Heidke – Zero Gravity
    Austria: PAENDA – Limits
    Azerbaijan: Chingiz – Truth
    Belarus: ZENA – Like It
    Belgium: Eliot – Wake Up
    Croatia: Roko – The Dream
    Cyprus: Tamta – Replay
    Czech Republic: Lake Malawi – Friend of a Friend
    Denmark: Leonora – Love Is Forever
    Estonia: Victor Crone – Storm
    Finland: Darude feat. Sebastian Rejman – Look Away
    France: Bilal Hassani – Roi
    Georgia: Oto Nemsadze – Sul Tsin Iare
    Germany: S!sters – Sister
    Greece: Katerine Duska – Better Love
    Hungary: Joci Pápai – Az Én Apám
    Iceland: Hatari – Hatrið Mun Sigra
    Ireland: Sarah McTernan – 22
    Israel: Kobi Marimi – Home
    Italy: Mahmood – Soldi
    Latvia: Carousel – That Night
    Lithuania: Jurijus – Run With The Lions
    Malta: Michela – Chameleon
    Moldova: Anna Odobescu – Stay
    Montenegro: D-Moll – Heaven
    North Macedonia: Tamara Todevska – Proud
    Norway: KEiiNO – Spirit In The Sky
    Poland: Tulia – Pali Sie (Fire Of Love)
    Portugal: Conan Osíris – Telemóveis
    Romania: Ester Peony – On A Sunday
    Russia: Sergey Lazarev – Scream
    San Marino: Serhat – Say Na Na Na
    Serbia: Nevana Bozovic – Kruna
    Slovenia: Zala Kralj & Gašper Šantl – Sebi
    Spain: Miki – La Venda
    Sweden: John Lundvik – Too Late For Love
    Switzerland: Luca Hänni – She Got Me
    The Netherlands: Duncan Laurence – Arcade
    United Kingdom: Michael Rice – Bigger Than Us

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    2000 – Denmark: The Olsen Brothers – Fly on the wings of love
    2001 – Estonia: Tanel Padar & Dave Benton – Everybody
    2002 – Latvia: Marie N – I wanna
    2003 – Turkey: Sertab Erener – Everyway that I can
    2004 – Ukraine: Ruslana – Wild Dances
    2005 – Greece: Helena Paparizou – My Number One
    2006 – Finland: Lordi – Hard Rock Hallelujah
    2007 – Serbia: Marija Šerifović – Molitva
    2008 – Russia: Dima Bilan – Believe
    2009 – Norway: Alexander Rybak – Fairytale
    2010 – Germany: Lena – Satellite
    2011 – Azerbaijan: Ell & Nikki – Running Scared
    2012 – Sweden: Loreen – Euphoria
    2013 – Denmark: Emmelie De Forest – Only Teardrops
    2014 – Austria: Conchita Wurst – Rise Like a Phoenix
    2015 – Sweden: Måns Zelmerlöw – Heroes
    2016 – Ukraine: Jamala – 1944
    2017 – Portugal: Salvador Sobral – Amar Pelos Dois
    2018 – Israel: Netta Barzilai – Toy

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    Nastya Russia_ESC says:

    Greetings from Russia. I thought that all these countries would pass, and they really passed – shock. Itself voted for Macedonia.

    Tina Olsen says:

    Denmark deserved a place in the final. ❤🇩🇰❤🇩🇰

    Ale Xandra says:

    I wanted to see your reaction for Albania so bad, since Jonida is your no.1 favorite 😂 So happy Jonida qualified ❤

    Alexander Akopian says:

    You really are into this BS aren’t ya? Your profile name shows ESC. Couldn’t you think of anything else other than that? I’m sure there are many other hobbies and activities that are more entertaining than ESC. Especially when something is occurring once a year.

    Esc Maximum says:

    Romania and Armenia! 🇷🇴🇷🇴🇦🇲🇦🇲😭😭😢

    ESC Bill says:

    Romania instead of Denmark, but amazing results 🤩😍

    ChartsTopWorld says:

    Thank Youuuu ❤️🇦🇱🦅

    Βασιλική Oικονομοπούλου says:

    You and I literally had the same reaction to Albania qualifying lol

    Johanna M says:

    I am so upset so many good songs didn’t pass through. In my opinion there should be no elimination in the semi finals, and instead we should have a longer marathon show on Saturdays final Eurovision night. There should only be one voting, in the final day/night only. Every country should have a voice in the final. This system right now is not inclusive. NO EQUALITY and EUROVISION IS ANTI-EUROPEAN in this way.

    Johanna M says:

    Thank you for your support of the Albanian entry

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