Prayer from the stage in Eurovision: – Please, help Ukraine and Mariupol

Norway is in eighth place on the gaming companies’ lists and has now passed Greece.

Greece poses with Norwegian-Greek Amanda Tenfjord, and she was number 17 on stage. She convinced with both vocals and performance.

The first artist out on Saturday was We Are Domi, which has two Norwegian and one Czech member. They grinned a lot and seemed very happy with the performance.

Subwoolfer gets top rating from Morten Westgaard, who reports from Torino for Eurovision Norway.

– They have delivered well on trials, jury shows and semifinals, but this was a seventh gear. I, and the rest of Norway, have every reason to be proud, he says to NTB.

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The band itself was also happy.

Ukrainian Kalush Orchestra arrives in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest at the Pala Olimpico in Turin on Saturday night. Photo: Heiko Junge / NTB

– This was delicious! A large hall with super nice earthlings who knew our whole song! Jim was really surprised, and Keith was bursting with joy. Turin has been absolutely fantastic so far. DJ Astronaut is a bit hot and wants a fan, they say via NRK’s ​​press team.

Extraterrestrial violent performance! Tonight anything can happen! Subwoolfer and Team Norway have delivered the goods, so we’ll see if a united Europe is on the notessays Stig Karlsen, who is NRK’s ​​delegation leader.

– Please help Ukraine

Ukraine is the big favorite this year and was artist number twelve on stage. In the press center, there was rhythmic clapping and a good atmosphere during the song «Stefania», which is a rap song with folk music.

– Please help Ukraine and Mariupol. The only thing I ask of you is to help Ukraine and Mariupol, said rapper and frontman Oleh Psiuk after the performance.

It is a firm tradition that the winner will host next year’s competition, and there has been much speculation about what will happen if war-torn Ukraine.

Kalush Orchestra’s front man was clear in his response when NTB spoke to him earlier this week.

In that case, Ukraine will host the Eurovision Song Contest next year. It will be a new country. An integrated, developed and happy Ukraine, said Psiuk.

Ukrainian Kalush Orchestra on stage Pala Olimpico in Turin in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest Saturday night.  Photo: Heiko Junge / NTB Photo: Heiko Junge / NTB

Ukrainian Kalush Orchestra on stage Pala Olimpico in Turin in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest Saturday night. Photo: Heiko Junge / NTB Photo: Heiko Junge / NTB

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