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The Eurovision Song Contest 2021 final has almost arrived and the spectacular event will be broadcast on BBC One and YouTube. A total of 26 countries have made it through to the ultimate deciding event. has all you need to know about the running order for tonight’s show. 

Eurovision 2021 final running order

Following last year’s disruption amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Eurovision grand final has been a long time coming. 

Over the past week, starting on May 18, each country took to the stage to give their best performance in the hope of making it through to the final. 

Two semi-final events were held, with 10 countries from each round making it through to tonight’s show. 

The Big Five – the UK, France, Spain, Italy and Germany, were all given automatic passes to the grand final. 

The host country, the Netherlands, was also able to skip the semi-final rounds and make it straight through to the big event. 

The official running order for the grand final is as follows:

Cyprus / Elena Tsagrinou – El Diablo

Albania / Anxhela Peristeri – Karma

Israel / Eden Alene – Set Me Free

Belgium / Hooverphonic – The Wrong Place

Russia / Manizha – Russian Woman

Malta / Destiny – Je Me Casse

Portugal / The Black Mamba – Love Is On My Side

Serbia / Hurricane – Loco Loco

United Kingdom / James Newman – Embers

Greece / Stefania – Last Dance

Switzerland / Gjon’s Tears – Tout l’Univers

Iceland / Da∂i Freyr og Gagnamagni∂ – 10 Years

Spain / Blas Cantó – Voy A Querdarme

Moldova / Natalia Gordienko – SUGAR

Germany Jendrik – I Don’t Feel Hate

Finland / Blind Channel – Dark Side

Bulgaria / Victoria – Growing Up is Getting Old

Lithuania / The Roop – Discoteque

Ukraine / Go_A – Shum

France / Barbara Pravi – Voilà

Azerbaijan / Efendi – Mata Hari

Norway / TIX – Fallen Angel

The Netherlands (Hosts) Jeangu Macrooy – Birth of a New Age

Italy / Måneskin – Zitti E Buoni

Sweden / Tusse – Voices

San Marino / Senhit – Adrenalina

Sadly for Iceland, they may not be allowed to perform live in the grand final following a positive coronavirus test. 

Instead, their pre-recorded video of the song, 10 Years, will be shown. 

The proceedings will kick off at 9pm CEST, with coverage on BBC One starting from 8pm. 

The final will air for three hours and 45 minutes, coming to an end at 11.45pm. 

For fans in the UK, Graham Norton will be leading the BBC coverage for the night. Over in Rotterdam, the four hosts – Chantal Janzen, Edsilia Rombley, Jan Smit and Nikkie de Jager, will return. 

Duncan Laurence, the 2019 winner from The Netherlands, was expected to perform two songs during the final. However, he was forced to pull out following a positive coronavirus test. 

DJs Afrojack, Glennis Grace, Wulf and a classical orchestra will also perform as part of the act titled Music Binds Us.

As for who is expected to claim victory on the big night, the odds are in Italy’s favour as they steal the bookies top spot. 

France and Malta also have a high chance of taking the crown, with France down as the original bookies favourite. 

The Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final airs on Saturday, May 22, 8pm on BBC One and will be available on BBC iPlayer.

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