OSLO, NORWAY (Top40 Charts) - The Eurovision Song Contest is Europe's largest television production and the biggest non-sport event a European city can host.
Thirty-four countries will participate in the semi-finals of the contest. The semi-final allocation draw took place on 7 February 2010, while the draw for the running order was held on 23 March 2010.
The second semi-final will take place in Oslo on 27 May 2010.
The ten countries in this semi-final with the highest scoring points, according to a combination of televotes and jury votes from each voting country, will qualify for the final.
France, Germany and Spain will vote in this semi-final.
Semi Final 2:
01 - Lithuania - InCulto - Eastern European Funk
02 - Armenia - Eva Rivas - Apricot Stone
03 - Israel - Harel Skaat - Milim
04 - Denmark - Chane'e & N'evergreen - In A Moment Like This
05 - Switzerland - Michael von der Heide - Il Pleut de L'Or
06 - Sweden - Anna Bergendahl - This Is My Life
07 - Azerbaijan - Safura - Drip Drop
08 - Ukraine - Alyosha - Sweet People
09 - The Netherlands - Sieneke - Ik Ben Verliefd (Sha-la-lie)
10 - Romania - Paula Seling & Ovi - Playing With Fire
11 - Slovenia - Ansambel Z(lindra & Kalamari - Narodnozabavni Rock
12 - Ireland - Niamh Kavanagh - It's For You
13 - Bulgaria - Miro - Angel Si Ti
14 - Cyprus - Jon Lilygreen & The Islanders - Life Looks Better In Spring
15 - Croatia - Feminnem - Lako Je Sve
16 - Georgia - Sofia Nizharadze - Shine
17 - Turkey - maNga - We Could Be The Same
2,007 journalists from over 70 countries have been accredited for the Eurovision Song Contest, while 314 of the most dedicated fans of Europe's favourite TV-show obtained a special fan accreditation.
All together, it means a full house this year! 1,014 delegation members from the 39 participating countries are in Oslo. 212 of them will appear on stage.