Rehearsals are now well and truly underway in the city of Tel Aviv, which will be hosting this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Today sees the fourth day of rehearsals, with the second half of the second semi-final evening taking to the impressive stage of Expo Tel Aviv.
Nine countries are all set to make their debut onstage, 9 days before their live performance at the second semi-final. Following their rehearsal, a Meet & Greet session will be coming next. These countries are Croatia, Malta, Lithuania, Russia, Albania, Norway, The Netherlands, North Macedonia and Azerbaijan.
North Macedonia gets on stage and is the penultimate act to rehearse today. 11 years after her Eurovision participation together with Rade Vrchakovski and Adrian Gaxha, Tamara Todevska is back to the Eurovision stage and is decided to bring her nation back to the final, for the first time after 2012. She will perform a song-anthem to women, entitled Proud.
Tamara is wearing a striking sea-green gown for her performance in Tel Aviv. Her dress has a modern, high-cut neckline, and long sleeve, bit of which are black and opaque. The bodice and skirt of the dress are made of sea-green satin, and there is modern black detailing on the bust of the dress, and a black belt effect, to flatter Tamara’s figure.