Eurovision 2019: UK's dismal score is LOWERED after voting blunder
The big day is finally here and all eyes are on Tel Aviv for Eurovision.
This year, the musical showstopper is live from the Expo Tel Aviv in Israel and we want to see who you think will be following in the footsteps of 2018 winner Netta.
As it stands, the Netherlands are favourite for glory with Duncan Laurence and Arcade who are now the clear front-runners with odds of 4/5. Australia's Zero Gravity from Kate Miller-Heidke is second at 6/1.
On Friday night, the international juries (26 competing countries and 15 who didn't get through the semi-finals) cast their votes after watching one of the final dress rehearsals. That means 50% of the voting has already been done and will be revealed when the televoting closes this evening.
You can have your say when the lines open later on, after we've seen all the acts. But, just for fun, cast for vote in our poll below and let's see if we can correctly predict who will be "calling" next year.