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Eurovision: Ira to perform in 22nd position

Ira Losco during the draw determining whether she would perform in the first or second half of the Grand Final. Photo: Mark Zammit Cordina.

Ira Losco during the draw determining whether she would perform in the first or second half of the Grand Final. Photo: Mark Zammit Cordina.

Ira Losco will perform close to the end of the Eurovision Song Grand Final on Saturday, typically considered an advantageous position as the song will still be fresh in voters' minds. 

Malta will perform 22nd out of 26 countries in the final, having been consistently ranked within the top eight songs by bookmakers. Losco also performed in the very last position during the first semi-final on Tuesday, from which she qualified along with 10 other countries.

Competition favourites Russia will perform shortly before Malta in 18th position while Armenia, also among the favourites, will take the final performing slot for the final. 

The running order was proposed by the producers of show (SVT) and approved by the European Broadcasting Union Executive Supervisor, Jon Ola Sand and by the Chairman of the Reference Group, Dr. Frank-Dieter Freiling.

The organisers also announced yesterday that Saturday's Grand Final will be streamed live on the Eurovision YouTube Channel. It will also be broadcast live on TVM in Malta.

The full running order is: Belgium, Czech Republic, The Netherlands, Azerbaijan, Hungary, Italy, Israel, Bulgaria, Sweden, Germany, France, Poland, Australia, Cyprus, Serbia, Lithuania, Croatia, Russia, Spain, Latvia, Ukraine, Malta, Georgia, Austria, United Kingdom, Armenia.

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