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bbc | Who qualified from the second semi-final?
The 10 acts who succeeded in Thursday's public vote were: Latvia, Austria, The Netherlands, Norway, Israel, Greece, Estonia, Switzerland, Georgia, Armenia.

Which means the six countries eliminated were Malta, Albania, Belgium, Czechia, Denmark, and San Marino.
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According to bookmakers, Golan's song is fifth favourite to win the contest on Saturday night. Topping the odds is Croatian act Baby Lasagna, whose riotous dance anthem "Rim Tim Tagi Dim" qualified from the first semi-final on Tuesday. Switzerland's Nemo, whose operatic pop song "The Code" is the second favourite, was one of the 10 acts who were voted through after Thursday's show. The singer put on one of the night's most impressively athletic performances, dancing on a rotating turntable while they sang about coming to terms with their non-binary identity.

Slava Little Israel!
PBS | Eurovision Song Contest sees boos, cheers and tighter security for Israel's contestant (10.05.24) Another protest march is planned for Saturday, hours before Golan competes in the live Eurovision final. Israel is allowed to compete in Eurovision, although it's not in Europe, because its national broadcaster belongs to the EBU, whose membership extends beyond the continent.
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by Cat on Fri May 10th, 2024 at 07:45:44 PM EST
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