Pick your Eurovision winner with our interactive game

Olly Alexander onstage during the London Eurovision Party 2024
Olly Alexander onstage during the London Eurovision Party 2024 -Credit:Getty Images

Eurovision is finally here - and you can play along by rating the performances with our interactive gadget.

After two knock-out semi-finals, 20 qualifiers have been chosen to join the Big Five countries and reigning champions and hosts Sweden on what is set to be a spectacular occasion in Malmo.

The running order has now been decided with Sweden’s Marcus &and Martinus due to open the show with their entry, Unforgettable.

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Israeli singer Eden Golan qualified for the final after a public vote despite calls for Israel to be banned amid protests over the war in Gaza. She will be the sixth act to perform when she takes to the stage to sing Hurricane.

Fans will have to wait until near the end of the evening to see the bookies favourite, Baby Lasagna of Croatia, who is 23rd in the lineup. Ireland’s Bambie Thug is another act to watch and will be 10th to perform.

Meanwhile, British hopes to rest with Olly Alexander, who will be hoping that 13th place in the lineup will not prove unlucky when he performs Dizzy.

Now, as you watch the action unfold you can keep track of your favourite performances by playing along with our interactive widget...which you'll find below.

Simply rate the artists out of 10 to choose your favourite. Then check back to see how your score tallies with the opinions of other Eurovision fans.

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