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Tel Aviv Live: Going on with Belgium, Georgia and Australia

by Stratos Agadellis 730 views

We are back at the Expo Tel Aviv, as the second rehearsals for the 35 countries competing at the two semi-finals have now well and truly kicked-off! Today sees the first 15 acts of the first semi-final again on-stage, ready to perfect their upcoming performances!

Opposite to the first bunch of technical rehearsals, where all delegations have a 30-minute stage session, this time is now shortened to 20 minutes. Afterwards, each country’s delegates will be attending their staging, vocals and lightning in the viewing room and any necessary changes will be requested. Besides their second rehearsals, all delegations will be giving a 20-minute press conference to the accredited press at the arena.

We have now reached positions #10, #11 and #12 in the running order, with Belgium, Georgia and Australia competing from there respectively. Let’s have a look at their performances:

10 | Belgium

EliotWake up

For one more time, Belgium opts for a young artist to defend the nation’s colors on the Eurovision stage. With his extraordinary clothing and staging, Eliot delivers a powerful performance of his mid-tempo Eurovision entry Wake up. Will there be a spot for him at the final?

Exclusive clip of Belgium’s second rehearsal

11 | Georgia

Oto Nemsadze is back at the Expo Tel Aviv for his second rehearsal. The winner of Georgian Idol 2019 delivered an atmospheric performance of his entry Keep on going. For the second year in a row, Georgia opts for an all-male performance, this time featured by smoke and fire and remincscent of the Caucasian mountains. Following two semi-final eliminations in the past 2 years, will they return to the final next Saturday?

Exclusive clip of Georgia‘s second rehearsal

12 | Australia

Following a successful first rehearsal which brought her quite higher on the bookies’ favourites, Kate Miller-Heidke performed again her song Zero gravity on the Eurovision stage. Her extraordinary stage performance and vocals seems that will send Australia again to the Eurovision final this year.

Exclusive clip of Australia‘s second rehearsal

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