It is the turn of the Dutch singer S10 on Saturday evening in the first half of the final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Turin. That became clear on Tuesday night during the draw after the first semi-final.
Switzerland, Armenia, Portugal, Norway and Ukraine, which, like the Netherlands, managed to achieve a place in the final on Tuesday, also climb the podium in the first part of the final. Iceland, Lithuania, Greece and Moldova are next in line.
On Thursday, eighteen countries will compete for a place in the final during the second semi-final. The ten acts that make it then will then draw lots about in which half they will be featured.
The so-called Big Five countries, which are already assured of a place in the final, have already drawn lots. Spain, France and Germany pulled the plug on the first half. Host country Italy, also part of the Big Five, is in ninth turn. Great Britain takes the stage during the second part. The exact order of the final will be determined later by the production.