Eurovision 2019 semi-final results: who’s made it to the final?

Which countries have made it through to the Eurovision Song Contest grand final? Get all the results here

Eurovision semi-final collage

Switch on the TV subtitles, prepare your pan-European food platter and brace yourself for some seriously strange staging: Eurovision 2019 is here.


And fantastic news: Michael Rice and the United Kingdom have already qualified for the Song Contest’s grand final.

Being part of the ‘Big Five’ contributors to the European Broadcasting Union, the UK automatically joins Spain, Italy, Germany and France in the final this Saturday 18th May 2019 alongside host Israel.

But every other country? They have to battle it out in two semi-finals (Tuesday 14 and Thursday 16th May, 8pm, BBC4) where 35 nations are whittled down to 20.

So, who made it through to the final? Check out all the results of the semi-finals as they’re announced.

And remember, Eurovision only reveals the top 10 nations from each final, NOT how many votes they achieved. This is in order to keep things fairer – and more exciting – for the grand final.

Semi-final one winners

Check the list below to see who made it through to the Eurovision final from the first semi-final:

  1. Greece – Katerine Duska
  2. Belarus – Zena
  3. Serbia – Nevena Bozovic
  4. Cyprus – Tamta
  5. Estonia – Victor Crone
  6. Czech Republic – Lake Malawi
  7. Australia – Kate Miller-Heidke
  8. Iceland – Hatari
  9. San Marino – Serhat
  10. Slovenia – Zala Kralj and Gašper Šantl

Semi-final two winners

Check the list below to see who made it through to the Eurovision final from the first semi-final: 

  1. North Macedonia – Tamara Todevska
  2. The Netherlands – Duncan Laurence
  3. Albania – Jonida Maliqi
  4. Sweden – John Lundvik
  5. Russia – Sergey Lazarev
  6. Azerbaijan – Chingiz
  7. Denmark – Leonora
  8. Norway – KEiiNO
  9. Switzerland – Luca Hanni
  10. Malta – Michela Pace

The Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final takes place in Tel Aviv, Israel, on May 18th 2019

Meet the acts competing in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019