Malta’s Eurovision contestant, Destiny Chukunyere, is set to perform her entry ‘Je Me Casse’ during the first semi-final of the song contest in Rotterdam on Tuesday 18 May, based on the running orders that the organisers have just published.
Saving the best for last?
The bookies odds’ have placed Malta’s entry as the favourite to win this year’s contest, and the running order places Destiny’s performance in the 16th position during the first semi-final, meaning that we can cross our fingers and our toes in the hope that this show will save the best for last. Could this really be Malta’s year?
Switzerland’s entry is the 2nd favourite
According to odds published by Eurovisionworld, Switzerland’s entry is the second favourite to win the Eurovision – singer Gjon’s Tears will be performing during the second semi-final that will be held on Thursday 20 May. He too will perform in 16th position, only to be followed by Denmark’s entry since there will be 17 performances during the second semi-final.
26 countries to perform in Eurovision finals
Ten countries from each semi-final will qualify for the grand final on Saturday 22 May. They will join this year’s Eurovision hosts, The Netherlands, and fellow automatic qualifiers, the so-called ‘Big Five’: France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK.
What do you think of Malta’s chances in this year’s Eurovision?