Trying to watch Eurovision 2022's second semi-final? Here's where you need to go.
The Eurovision Song Contest 2022 is well underway now and we're about to find out which 10 countries will be completing the line-up for the Grand Final this Saturday.
Semi-Final 2 will see the remaining 18 acts from countries like Australia, Cyprus, Belgium and San Marino taking part; the full lineup and running order can be found at the end of this article.
Here's how to watch Eurovision 2022's second Semi-Final.
How to watch Eurovision 2022 Semi-Final 2 in the UK
It couldn't be much easier to tune into the second Eurovision 2022 live semi-final, as it is being screened at the same time and in the same place as the first semi-final.
Hosted once again by Rylan and Scott Mills, Semi-Final 2 takes place on Thursday, May 12 at 8 pm UK time on BBC Three and will be streamed for free on BBC iPlayer.
How to watch Eurovision 2022's Second Semi-Final online anywhere in the world
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How to watch Eurovision 2022's Second Semi-final in the US
If you want to watch Eurovision 2022 in the US, you need to head to Peacock.
Peacock is streaming all three events from Eurovision 2022 live and on-demand this year, but you'll need to be paying for Peacock Premium to be able to tune in, as you can't watch Eurovision on Peacock's free tier.
The second semi-final gets underway on Thursday, May 12 at 3 pm ET.
Eurovision 2022: Semi-Final 2 lineup
Below you can find the running order for tonight's Eurovision 2022 live semi-final. It details the 18 acts will be taking part and which countries they represent.
- Finland - "Jezebel" by The Rasmus
- Israel - "I. M." by Michael Ben David
- Serbia - "In Corpore Sano" by Konstrakta
- Azerbaijan - "Fade To Black" by Nadir Rustamli
- Georgia - "Lock Me In" by Circus Mircus
- Malta - "I Am What I Am" by Emma Muscat
- San Marino - "Stripper" by Achille Lauro
- Australia - "Not the Same" by Sheldon Riley
- Cyprus - "Ela" by Andromache
- Ireland - "That's Rich" by Brooke Scullion
- North Macedonia - "Circles" by Andrea
- Estonia - "Hope" by Stefan
- Romania - "Llámame" by WRS
- Poland - "River" by Ochman
- Montenegro - "Breathe" by Vladana
- Belgium - "Miss You" by Jérémie Makiese
- Sweden - "Hold Me Closer" by Cornelia Jakobs
- Czech Republic - "Lights Off" by We Are Domi
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