The Eurovision Song Contest 2023 is underway, and the excitement is palpable. The first semi-final took place at the Liverpool Arena in the United Kingdom, where 15 countries competed for 10 tickets to the Grand Final on Saturday, May 13th.

The 10 qualifiers for the Grand Final were exactly as predicted, which unfortunately meant that The Busker failed to make it through.

The 10 happy countries that secured their spots in the Grand Final are Croatia, Czechia, Finland, Israel, Moldova, Norway, Portugal, Serbia, Sweden, and Switzerland. Each country put on a fantastic performance, and the audience and judges alike were captivated by their unique styles and talents.

Now that the first semi-final is over, attention turns to the second semi-final, which will be held on Thursday. The stakes are high, and the competition is fierce, with another 15 countries competing for their chance to qualify for the Grand Final. Fans around the world are eagerly waiting to see what surprises and highlights the second semi-final will bring.

With the Grand Final just days away, the anticipation is building to see which country will take home the Eurovision trophy. But for now, the focus is on the second semi-final.