The Eurovision Song Contest is back after a year off due to the pandemic - and the second semi-final kicks off on Thursday night.
Australia's early exit marks the first time the country has failed to make it to the grand final since it began competing in 2015.
The Dutch government has allowed a maximum of 3,500 people to watch each of the semi-finals and grand final in person.
On Thursday evening, 17 countries will appear onstage, but only 13 of them will grab a spot in the Grand Final on Saturday, 22 May.
As with all other shows, the final verdict will be determined by both the public and the national juries, each having a 50 per cent stake.
The jury results have already been decided during yesterday's Jury Rehearsal, but will only be announced after the Grand Final.
So which contests will cross swords in the second semi-final?
The Netherlands is hosting the 65th Eurovision Song Contest at the Ahoy arena in Rotterdam.
They're hosting after Duncan Laurence won the 2019 competition with the song 'Arcade' - and he opened the first semi-final show on Tuesday, which you can watch below.
The first semi-final took place on Tuesday, May 18 and the second will commence on Thursday, May 20 at 8pm (BST).
The final will then be held on Saturday, May 22 at 8pm.
The first semi-final was broadcasted on BBC Four on Tuesday and the same format will follow suit on Thursday.
The final of the competition will air on BBC One on 22 May at 8pm in a special programme hosted by Graham Norton.
It will also be broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in a programme hosted by Ken Bruce.
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