Eurovision 2021 semi-final results: Which countries made it to the final?

Here's all the countries in the Eurovision 2021 final

Eurovision 2021 semi-final results

The second of the Eurovision 2021 semi-finals kicked off on Thursday, 20th May.

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Presented by Sara Cox, Scott Mills and Chelcee Grimes, Eurovision 2021 continued with San Marino’s Eurovision 2021 entry Senhit taking to the stage first with her hit Adrenalina, featuring Flo Rida who made an appearance on the show.

It was followed by a spectacular performance from Greece’s Eurovision 2o21 entry Stefania who well and truly impressed with her song Last Dance.

Serbia’s Eurovision 2021 entry Hurricane also put on quite the show with Loco Loco.

Unfortunately, Iceland’s Eurovision entry Daði og Gagnamagnið weren’t able to perform live on the show after one of the members Jóhann Sigurður tested positive for coronavirus.

Nevertheless, Iceland wowed at Eurovision as the show aired a recording from their second rehearsal instead, with many fans taking to social media and admitting they’d have never known it was a rehearsal.

It was a pretty good night, following the first of the Eurovision semi-finals, which saw 10 acts join the Big Five and The Netherlands in the Eurovision 2021 final.

While of course we’d have loved for all the Eurovision 2021 entries to go through to the main event on Saturday, there were only 10 spaces left, which meant we had to say goodbye to seven of this year’s acts.

So, who made it through to the finals?

Here’s all the countries, who are through to the show on Saturday, May 22nd along with the Big Five – the UK, Italy, Spain, France, and Germany – and this year’s host country The Netherlands:

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  1. Norway
  2. Israel
  3. Russia
  4. Azerbaijan
  5. Malta
  6. Lithuania
  7. Cyprus
  8. Sweden
  9. Belgium
  10. Ukraine
  11. Albania
  12. Serbia
  13. Bulgaria
  14. Moldova
  15. Portugal
  16. Iceland
  17. San Marino
  18. Switzerland
  19. Greece
  20. Finland
The Eurovision Song contest 2021 will air on the BBC this Saturday. Check out the full list of Eurovision winners and how many times the UK has won Eurovision here. If you’re looking for something to watch tonight, check out our TV Guide.