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Eurovision 2021 live stream: How to watch Semi & Grand Final live online

The Eurovision Song Contest 2021 is set to be the 65th edition of an epic international battle of bands. The 2021 contest will be held at Rotterdam Ahoy in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, following the country’s victory at the 2019 edition with the song “Arcade”, performed by Duncan Laurence. Chantal Janzen, Jan Smit, Edsilia Rombley and Nikkie de Jager (NikkieTutorials) will return as presenters in 2021. They were set to host Eurovision 2020, and presented Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light in May.

Everything you need to know how and where you can stream the biggest Music competition from anywhere without cable or any monthly subscription.

2021 Eurovision Song Contest Details:

First Semi-Final

Tuesday, 18 May, 2021, 3:00 ET

Second Semi-Final

Thursday, 20 May, 2021, 3:00 ET

Grand Final

Saturday, 22 May, 2021, 3:00 ET

How to watch: PremiumTV (worldwide)

Eurovision Semi-final 1 updates

The first semi-final gets underway at 21:00 CEST (15:00 ET/ 12:00 PT) on Tuesday 18 May and will feature 16 participating nations will all eyes on the strongly fancied Maltese entry with the track ‘Je Me Casse’ being performed by Destiny. 10 of the participating first semi-finalists will progress to Saturday’s grand finale event. Check the first semi finals participants list:

  • Lithuania – The Roop
  • Slovenia – Ana Soklič
  • Russia – Manizha
  • Sweden – Tusse
  • Australia – Montaigne
  • North Macedonia – Vasil
  • Ireland – Lesley Roy
  • Cyprus – Elena Tsagrinou
  • Norway – TIX
  • Croatia – Albina
  • Belgium – Hooverphonic
  • Israel – Eden Alene
  • Romania – ROXEN
  • Azerbaijan – Efendi
  • Ukraine – Go_A
  • Malta – Destiny

Eurovision Semi-final 2 updates

Hosts Chantal Janzen, Jan Smit, Edsilia Rombley and Nikkie de Jager (NikkieTutorials) will be back on duty from the Rotterdam Ahoy on Thursday 20 May at 21:00 CEST (15:00 ET/ 12:00 PT) for the second round of semi-finals. Once again ten of the 16 participating nations will be looking to advance to the final on Saturday where they will join finalists: Spain, Italy, Netherlands, UK, Germany and France. 2nd Semifinal of Eurovision 2021

  • San Marino – Senhit
  • Estonia – Uku Suviste
  • Czech Republic – Benny Cristo
  • Greece – Stefania
  • Austria – Vincent Bueno
  • Poland – RAFAL
  • Moldova – Natalia Gordienko
  • Iceland – Daði og Gagnamagnið
  • Serbia – Hurricane
  • Georgia – Tornike Kipiani
  • Albania – Anxhela Peristeri
  • Portugal – The Black Mamba
  • Bulgaria – VICTORIA
  • Finland – Blind Channel
  • Latvia – Samanta Tīna
  • Switzerland – Gjon’s Tears
  • Denmark – Fyr Og Flamme

How to watch 2021 Eurovision Live Stream From Anywhere?

In Europe the event (semi-finals and final) will be broadcast via participating nation’s national television broadcasting services with online and digital platforms carrying the broadcast. 

By the way, the best deal for the Eurovision 2021 streaming deal would be PremiumTV, This service you never ask your location, no need for any cable or VPN though. You can stream a total of 3 days (Semi-final 1,2 as well as Grandfinal on PremiumTV. By spending 12bucks you will get full access to the Eurovision Song Contest 2021. Click here to start watching.

Take a close look for Eurovision 2021 countries and singers

There will be 39 countries competing in the 2021 contest. Australia, Ireland, Lithuania, North Macedonia, Russia, Slovenia, Sweden, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Israel, Malta, Norway, Romania and Ukraine are taking part in the first semi-final on Tuesday 18 May. Austria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Iceland, Moldova, Poland, San Marino, Serbia, Albania, Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, Georgia, Latvia, Portugal and Switzerland will battle it out in the second semi-final two days later. Only 20 countries will make it through this stage and book their place in Saturday’s Grand Final.

Competing for the “Big Five” and host countries are:

  •     U.K.: James Newman, “Embers”
  •     Spain: Blas Cantó, “Voy a quedarme”
  •     France: Barbara Pravi, “Voilà”
  •     Germany: Jendrik, “I Don’t Feel Hate”
  •     Italy: Måneskin, “Zitti e buoni”
  •     Netherlands: Jeangu Macrooy “Birth of a New Age”

Sixteen countries are competing in semi-final 1. The top 10 vote-getters will move on to the final:

  •     Lithuania: The Roop, “Discoteque”
  •     Slovenia: Ana Soklič, “Amen”
  •     Russia: Manizha, “Russian Woman”
  •     Sweden: Tusse, “Voices”
  •     Australia: Montaigne, “Technicolour”
  •     North Macedonia: Vasil, “Here I Stand”
  •     Ireland: Lesley Roy, “Maps”
  •     Cyprus: Elena Tsagrinou, “El diablo”
  •     Norway: Tix, “Fallen Angel”
  •     Croatia: Albina, “Tick-Tock”
  •     Belgium: Hooverphonic, “The Wrong Place”
  •     Israel: Eden Alene, “Set Me Free”
  •     Romania: Roxen, “Amnesia”
  •     Azerbaijan: Efendi, “Mata Hari”
  •     Ukraine: Go_A, “Shum” (Шум)
  •     Malta: Destiny, “Je me casse”

Seventeen countries are competing in semi-final 2. The top 10 vote-getters will move on to the final:

  •     San Marino: Senhit, “Adrenalina”
  •     Estonia: Uku Suviste, “The Lucky One”
  •     Czech Republic: Benny Cristo, “Omaga”
  •     Greece: Stefania, “Last Dance”
  •     Austria: Vincent Bueno, “Amen”
  •     Poland: Rafał, “The Ride”
  •     Moldova: Natalia Gordienko, Sugar”
  •     Iceland: Daði og Gagnamagnið, “10 Years”
  •     Serbia: Hurricane, “Loco Loco”
  •     Georgia: Tornike Kipiani, “You”
  •     Albania: Anxhela Peristeri, “Karma”
  •     Portugal: The Black Mamba, “Love Is on My Side”
  •     Bulgaria: Victoria, “Growing Up Is Getting Old”
  •     Finland: Blind Channel, “Dark Side”
  •     Latvia: Samanta Tīna, “The Moon Is Rising”
  •     Switzerland: Gjon’s Tears, “Tout l’Univers”
  •     Denmark: Fyr og Flamme, “Øve os på hinanden”

The result of the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest will be determined by a 50/50 vote.

Half of the votes come from the viewer phone-in voting in each participating country, and the other 50 percent of votes will come from a group of five music experts from each of the 39 countries taking part. The most points that can be awarded to a country is the famous douse points – or 12 points. At the end of the grand finale, the winner is the one with the most points once everything is added together.

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