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Jérémie Makiese qualified for the final of the Eurovision Song Contest after a great performance

Jérémie Makiese qualified for the final of the Eurovision Song Contest after a great performance

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He did it well anyway. Jeremy Macizzi (21 years old) qualified for the final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Turin. Get a great copy of I miss you† Verton singing goalkeeper and winner of belgium sound He was the first to be summoned.

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Does a previous injury to his voice still affect Jeremy Mackenzie’s performance in the Eurovision Song Contest semi-finals? It was still a bit of a wait. But those fears turned out to be unfounded. In simple jeans, silver blazer, and black blazer, our Belgian entry has successfully released an almost flawless version of I miss you to give. The audience even sang along with them, and they concluded with enthusiastic applause. Among all the popular ballads and songs, he also stands out for his choice of R&B song.

Jeremy McKissie did it so discreetly, but still stood out with a great performance.

Jeremy McKissie did it so discreetly, but still stood out with a great performance. © AFP

However, the rehearsals did not always go smoothly in recent days. There were technical problems for many artists. Also for Makizi, who stopped singing for a while because he heard someone else talking in his ear. During his performance in front of the professional jury – partly responsible for the points along with the television broadcast – things went wrong musically on a false note. But he made up for it in the semi-finals itself.

ups and downs

It was a semi-final with some ups and downs. Finnish band The Rasmus started the show with Jezebelalthough you may know them a lot better thanks to their success in the shadows Since the early 2000s, Serbia has stood out with its uniqueness in Corpor Sano Constructa, where she denounced the health policy of her country. Sweden also proves, with the gorgeous voice of Cornelia Jacobs, that it has once again become one of the top candidates this year. In fact, Estonia came up with a semi-country song, which received a lot of enthusiasm and applause in Turin Hall.

The most unusual work came from San Marino.  He even got a red bull in velvet on the platform.

The most unusual work came from San Marino. He even got a red bull in velvet on the platform. © EPA-EFE

Azerbaijan, Australia and Poland turned out to be three men who opened their throats to a powerful emotional song. Australian Sheldon Riley in particular was distinguished by his excellent performance. Although the award for the craziest work went to San Marino. Achille Lauro sings about it stripper, in a sheer glossy suit, black knickers and a feathered boa constrictor. He ended up on a velvety rodeo bull. Although there are some misconceptions as well. Cyprus, Malta, and Israel were regularly wrong.

These are the 10 nations that will qualify for the final on Saturday 14 May.

• Belgium

• Czech Republic

• Azerbaijan

• Poland

• Finland

• Estonia

• Australia

• Sweden

• Romania

• Serbia

Jérémie Makiese is ready to give it all in the Eurovision Song Contest semi-finals

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