12.5.2023 | Culture
Estonia’s Alika qualifies for Eurovision Grand Final
Text Mark Taylor
Photo Chloe Hashemi / EBU
Estonia’s representative at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, Alika, has qualified for tomorrow evening’s Grand Final with her song “Bridges”.
Yesterday evening saw the second semi-final of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool, England. A total of 16 countries competed for 10 places in Saturday evening’s Grand Final.
Estonia’s representative, Alika, was the third act to be announced as making it through to the final. This means that she will perform her song “Bridges” again at tomorrow’s Grand Final.
She will be joined in the final by acts from Finland, Sweden Norway, and Lithuania. Latvia did not qualify final. Sweden’s Loreen, who won the competition in 2012, and Finland’s Käärijä, are seen as the favourites to win the competition.
In total, 26 countries will compete in tomorrow’s Grand Final which will be broadcast on ETV as well as on the official Eurovision Youtube channel.
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