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April 5, 2020

Greece, Cyprus Make it to Eurovision Finals (video)

Katerine Duska representing Greece in Tuesday’s Eurovision semifinals

Greece and Cyprus have both made it to finals of Eurovision, Europe’s largest entertainment event, which kicked off with the semi-finals at Expo Tel Aviv in Israel on Tuesday.

Katerine Duska, performing the song “Better Love,” sang in front of what can only be described as a fairy’s gravestone, as fencers carrying two swords danced around her.

The ten acts which earned the most points and qualified to participate in the final on Saturday are the following:

Greece – Katerine Duska

Belarus – Zena

Serbia – Nevena Bozovic

Cyprus – Tamta

Estonia – Victor Crone

Czech Republic – Lake Malawi

Australia – Kate Miller-Heidke

Iceland – Hatari

San Marino – Serhat

Slovenia – Zala Kralj and Gašper Šantl

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