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It’s time, at last, for the Eurovision 2018 final, live from Lisbon, Portugal! We’ve already seen some brilliant and frankly down right bizarre (those creepy robots and mannequins, anyone?) performances so far during the two semi-finals, and now the best of the bunch have been whittled down to the 26 performances we’re going to see tonight.
With a lineup including former Eurovision winner Alexander Rybak, X Factor and The Voice of Finland runner-up Saara Aalto, Britain’s Got Talent 2012 finalist Ryan O’Shaughnessy and Australian Idol runner-up Jessica Mauboy, it’s looking like a competitive year.
Of course, singing for us this year, SuRie will be representing the UK with ‘Storm’.
The bookies’ odds may not be so favourable, but could SuRie’s place in the running order improve her chances of doing well? Take a look at the full running order to find out when your favourite will be taking to the stage right here.
And while we’ve got you here, you may want to refresh your memory with our gallery compilation of every single Eurovision winner since 1956. Now that’ll impress the room at your Eurovision party!
Join us from 8pm UK time for all the latest on the night’s performances – and the all-important vote. Why not simultaneously follow along with the action as Graham Norton anchors BBC One’s broadcast, with Ken Bruce hosting the simultaneous Radio 2 coverage?
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