Kate Miller-Heidke aerial-spins Australia into Eurovision grand final
The singer-songwriter got high marks from both the judges and the TV audience.
She and ‘Zero Gravity’ have been creating a buzz since the Australian delegation arrived in Tel Aviv, Israel and went straight into rehearsals.
Also making it into this weekend’s grand final are Greece, Belarus, Serbia, Cyprus, Estonia, Czech Republic, Iceland, San Marino, Slovenia, Montenegro, Finland, Poland, Hungary, Belgium, Georgia and Portugal.
The entire Semi Final 1 is broadcast in Australia on Thursday, May 16 from 8:30pm on SBS and SBS On Demand.
🇦🇺 Has @kmillerheidke done enough for your vote? The Australian singer has performed Zero Gravity, but will you be sending her to the Grand Final? #DareToDream #Eurovision #AUS pic.twitter.com/9mfFx2eL2J
— Eurovision (@Eurovision) May 14, 2019
Local viewers won’t be able to vote, but can rate each of the performances.