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Eurovision 2024: Grand final running order confirmed

Eurovision 2024: Grand final running order confirmed
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Hosts Sweden will open the grand final of Eurovision on Saturday, with the UK closing out the first half and Austria going last.

The running order for the grand final of this year's Eurovision Song Contest in Sweden has been revealed.

On Thursday night the final 10 places were decided in the second semi-final, which served up some shocks as fan favourites Belgium and Malta failed to qualify.

Producers have now determined which acts will take to the Malmo stage on Saturday in which order, with hosts Sweden - represented by twins Marcus & Martinus - opening the show.

Olly Alexander for the United Kingdom has a decent slot, performing 13th as the last act of the first half.

Israel's Eden Golan - now a third favourite with the bookies despite the country's controversial participation - will perform sixth, while the current odds-on favourite, Baby Lasagna of Croatia, has a plum 23rd place in the running order.

The other contender - Switzerland's Nemo - is up 21st and Kaleen of Austria will perform last on the night.

The running order for Saturday's grand final in full:

1. Sweden: Marcus & Martinus - 'Unforgettable'
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2. Ukraine: Alyona Alyona and Jerry Heil - 'Teresa & Maria'
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3.Germany: Isaak - 'Always On The Run'
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4.Luxembourg: Tali - 'Fighter'
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5. Netherlands: Joost Klein - 'Europapa'
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6. Israel: Eden Golan - 'Hurricane'
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7. Lithuania: Silvester Belt - 'Luktelk'
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8. Spain: Nebulossa - 'Zorra'
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9. Estonia: 5miinust and Puuluup - '(Nendest) narkootikumidest ei tea me (küll) midagi'
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10. Ireland: Bambie Thug - 'Doomsday Blue'
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11. Latvia: Dons - 'Hollow'
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12. Greece: Marina Satti - 'Zari'
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13. United Kingdom: Olly Alexander - 'Dizzy'
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14. Norway: Gate - 'Ulveham'
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15. Italy: Angelina Mango - 'La noia'
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16. Serbia: Teya Dora - 'Ramonda'
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17. Finland: Windows95man - 'No Rules!'
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18. Portugal: Iolanda - 'Grito'
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19. Armenia: Ladaniva - 'Jako'
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20. Cyprus: Silia Kapsis - 'Liar'
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21. Switzerland: Nemo - 'The Code'
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22. Slovenia: Raiven - 'Veronika'
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23. Croatia: Baby Lasagna - 'Rim Tim Tagi Dim'
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24. Georgia: Nutsa Buzaladze - 'Firefighter'
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25. France: Slimane - 'Mon amour'
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26. Austria: Kaleen - 'We Will Rave'
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