Cuddle a quokka and taste the Tim-Tams.
On Saturday night Eurovision – Australia Decides returns for a second year.
And now we have the running order. Australia’s Head of Delegation confirmed the news through social media.
Eurovision – Australia Decides 2020 Running Order
iOTA opens the show with “Life”.
Jordan Ravi follows in the dreaded number two spot with “Pushing Stars”. He’ll hope experience gained on America’s Got Talent can give him an edge in this competition.
Third position goes to Jaguar Jonze. The fan favourite will sing “Rabbit Hole”. The Voice star Jack Vidgen sings fourth. “I Am King I am Queen” has wracked up over 70,000 streams on Spotify since release in December.
Award-winning singer songwriter Vanessa Amorosi takes the stage at the halfway point with “Lessons of Love”. Diana Rouvas, who was mentored by Boy George sings sixth.
“Together” singer Mitch Tambo sings seventh and is followed by Casey Donovan. The penultimate spot goes to Montaigne and Didirri closes the show.
Eurovision Australia Decides 2020 Running Order in Full:
- iOTA – “Life”
- Jordan-Ravi – “Pushing Stars”
- Jaguar Jonze – “Rabbit Hole”
- Jack Vidgen – “I Am King I Am Queen”
- Vanessa Amorosi – “Lessons of Love”
- Diana Rouvas – “Can We Make Heaven”
- Mitch Tambo – “Together”
- Casey Donovan – “Proud”
- Montaigne – “Don’t Break Me”
- Didirri – “Raw Stuff”
Running Order Analysis
With only one edition of Australia Decides behind us, there isn’t a huge amount of data to go on for running order analysis.
But looking at last year’s result, two of the top three acts performed between spots 7-10. That suggests fan favourite Montaigne, Australia’s Got Talent finalist Mitch Tambo, “Blind You” hitmaker Didirri and Australian Idol alum Casey Donovan could be in for a good evening.
Equally Electric Fields placed second from second in the running order, so earlier acts like Jaguar Jonze should not be ruled out.
What do you make of the running order? Let us know in the comments below!