The hours are ticking away until we find out Kate Miller-Heidke’s successor. Ten acts are battling in the Gold Coast with one goal in sight. The winner of Eurovision — Australia Decides 2020 will have the honour of representing Australia in Rotterdam.
Eurovision fans don’t have to wait until the live show to see the performances. SBS have uploaded all ten performances from the jury show, allowing fans a glimpse into what to expect tonight. This means that you don’t have to wait any longer to see Casey Donovan’s mirror, Montaigne’s Mr. Mime outfit and Vanessa Amorosi’s car crash. You can see them all right now.
Eurovision — Australia Decides 2020 jury show
Our very own Sebastian and Antranig were at the Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre to watch the jury show unfold on Friday night. They then filmed a reaction video of their first impressions of the show. The running order of the artists competing is below:
- 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”
Eurovision — Australia Decides 2020 grand final
The grand final of Eurovision — Australia Decides 2020 will take place at 7:30pm local time tonight. That’s 10:30am CET for our readers tuning in from Europe. You can check out our guide here on how to watch the show.
What do you think of the rehearsals? Who do you think should represent Australia in Rotterdam? Let us know in the comments below.