Watch all the Aussies killing it at Eurovision’s second semi-final


Eurovision 2023 Australians Voyager and Andrew Lambrou
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Australian band Voyager have made it through to the grand final of the 67th annual Eurovision Song Contest.

The contest is on in the UK city of Liverpool, where acts from 37 countries have now taken part over the two semi finals.

On Friday morning, the Perth synth metal band were one of the 10 semi-final two acts to make it through to the grand final.

Voyager, who performed their song Promise, thanked their “incredible team and everyone who voted for us.”

“The good will from back home and love from our fans worldwide really helped us put on the performance of our lives tonight,” the band said.

“Now we’re even more energised to smash it in the Grand Final.”

This year, Australians are also claiming Andrew Lambrou, who performed for Cyprus in semi-final two and also made it through to the grand final.

The Sydney-born singer delivered a fiery performance of his song Break a Broken Heart.

Which countries made it through to the grand final?

On Friday morning, the 10 semi-final two countries heading to the grand final are:

  • Albania: Albina & Familja Kelmendi – Duje
  • Cyprus: Andrew Lambrou – Break A Broken Heart
  • Estonia: Alika – Bridges
  • Belgium: Gustaph – Because of You
  • Austria: Teya & Salena – Who The Hell Is Edgar?
  • Lithuania: Monika Linkytė – Stay
  • Poland: Blanka – Solo
  • Australia: Voyager – Promise
  • Armenia: Brunette – Future Lover
  • Slovenia: Joker Out – Carpe Diem

They’ll join the following acts from semi-final one:

  • Croatia: Let 3 – Mama ŠČ!
  • Portugal: Mimicat – Ai Coração
  • Sweden: Loreen – Tattoo
  • Moldova: Pasha Parfeni – Soarele şi Luna
  • Serbia: Luke Black – Samo Mi Se Spava
  • Finland: Käärijä – Cha Cha Cha
  • Czechia: Vesna – My Sister’s Crown
  • Israel: Noa Kirel – Unicorn
  • Norway: Alessandra – Queen of Kings
  • Switzerland: Remo Forrer – Watergun

You can watch the Eurovision 2023 grand final live on SBS and SBS On Demand from 5am on Sunday (May 14). The grand final will then be rebroadcast in primetime on Sunday evening.

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Jordan Hirst
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