Eurovision 2021 - Grand Final running order
The official running order of the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final has been revealed.
Cyprus will open the show withe while San Marino will close the show.
The full running order is as follows:
1. Cyprus - Elena Tsagrinou - ‘El diablo’
2. Albania - Anxhela Peristeri - 'Karma'
3. Israel - Eden Alene - ‘Set Me Free’
4. Belgium - Hooverphonic - 'The Wrong Place'
5. Russia - Manizha - 'Russian Woman'
6. Malta - Destiny - 'Je Me Casse'
7. Portugal - The Black Mamba - 'Love Is on My Side'
8. Serbia - Hurricane - 'Loco Loco'
9. United Kingdom - James Newman - 'Embers'
10. Greece - Stefania - 'Last Dance'
11. Switzerland - Gjon’s Tears - ‘Tout l’Univers’
12. Iceland - Daði og Gagnamagnið - '10 Years'
13. Spain - Blas Cantó - ‘Voy a quedarme’
14. Moldova - Natalia Gordienko - 'Sugar'
15. Germany - Jendrik - 'I Don't Feel Hate'
16. Finland - Blind Channel - 'Dark Side'
17. Bulgaria - VICTORIA - ‘Growing Up Is Getting Old’
18. Lithuania - The Roop - 'Discoteque'
20. France - Barbara Pravi - 'Voilà'
21. Azerbaijan - Efendi - 'Mata Hari'
22. Norway - TIX - 'Fallen Angel'
23. The Netherlands - Jeangu Macrooy - 'Birth Of A New Age'
24. Italy - Måneskin - 'Zitti E Buoni'
26. San Marino - Senhit featuring Flo Rida - 'Adrenalina'
Eurovision 2019 winner Duncan Laurence will perform two songs in the Grand Final. He will be joined by one of the most popular DJs in the world, Afrojack, together with Glennis Grace, Wulf and a classical orchestra consisting of young talent take part in the act 'Music Binds Us'.
The Grand Final will take place this Saturday 22nd May European time/ 5:00am Sunday 23rd May Australian Eastern Standard Time.
Australians can tune in to SBS or SBS On Demand to watch.