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8 May 2014

Teo in Eurovision second semi-final on 8 May

Belarus' representative TeoCOPENHAGEN, 8 May (BelTA) -The second semi-final of the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest will be held at Hallerne in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 8 May. Belarus' representative Teo will perform 10th together with his back singers Artyom Akhpash, Yury Seleznev, Denis Lis, dancers Alexander Zalessky and Andrei Martynov, BelTA has learned.

 Fifteen countries will compete for 10 spots in the grand final:
 Malta: Coming Home sung by Firelight
 Israel: Same Heart sung my Mei Finegold
 Norway: Silent Storm sung by Carl Espen
 Georgia: Three Minutes To Earth sung by The Shin and Mariko
 Poland: My Sіowianie - We Are Slavic sung by Donatan and Cleo
 Austria: Rise Like A Phoenix sung by Conchita Wurst
 Lithuania: Attention sung by Vilija Mataciunaite
 Finland: Something Better sung by Softengine
 Ireland: Heartbeat sung by Can-Linn feat Kasey Smith
 Belarus: Cheesecake sung by Teo
 F.Y.R. Macedonia: To The Sky sung by Tijana
 Switzerland: Hunter Of Stars sung by Sebalter
 Greece: Rise Up sung by Freaky Fortune feat Riskykidd
 Slovenia: Round And Round sung by Tinkara Kovac
 Romania: Miracle sung by Paula Seling & OVI.

Professional juries in each of the participating countries, as well as in Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom voted on yesterday's dress rehearsal. They account for 50% of the overall total. The points given by the jury will be merged with the televoters tonight per individual country.

Belarus' representative TeoThe second semi-final of Eurovision Song Contest 2014 will start at 22.00 (Minsk time). The show will be broadcast live by Belarus 1 and Belarus 24 TV channels.

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