They are France, Spain, Italy, United Kingdom and Germany.
And the Eurovision Big Five are now one step closer to taking to the stage for the Grand Final.
They drew halves of the grand final during their press conferences on Sunday, following their respective second rehearsals.
Big Five: Draw Results
Bilal from France was the first to draw and he will perform in the second-half.
He was followed by Miki from Spain. The OT-star also drew second half, which many Spanish fans had been hoping for.
Italy also drew for the second half. That adds further momentum to Mahmood after a well received second rehearsal.
The United Kingdom followed that trend. Michael Rice drew the second half, a year after SuRie performed in the first half in Libson.
The only big five nation to buck the trend was Germany. The S!sters drew the first half during their first press conference.
Israel’s position in the grand final was decided in March after a draw at the Heads of Delegations meeting. The host nation will perform as number 14 in the Grand Final. This places them right at the start of the second half of the draw.
What impact does the draw have?
Generally, it is regarded as favourable to perform in the second half of the final. Recent winners such as Loreen (17th), Emmelie de Forest (18th) and Netta (22nd) all performed in the second half. Running order isn’t everything though — Conchita Wurst (11th), Måns Zelmerlöw (10th) and Salvador Sobral (11th) all performed in the first half.
This now leaves only eight slots in the second half of the grand final. Twelve spots remain open in the first half.
As a result more semi-finalists will perform in the first than the second half.
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