Saara Aalto has made it into the final of the Eurovision 2018 Song Contest.
The 22-year-old's participation in Eurovision had been threatened after he sustained a spinal injury in a fall during rehearsals last week.
The second semi-final will be on Friday May 11, from 5am AEST and features our girl Jess up against 17 other nations for a spot in the Grand Final.
In the Portuguese capital - Lisbon hosted the opening ceremony of the global song contest "Eurovision-2018".
Ryan O'Shaughnessy, 25, will take to the stage tonight for the first of the competition's semi-finals.
When she walked the blue carpet for the opening of this year's Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon on Sunday, she acknowledged throwing her whole body into that flick was a health hazard.
The music video's dancers recreated the video onstage in a performance that pushed "Together" through to the Eurovision finals. The video consists of fragments in which numerous participants previous year, including Iceland, Spain, France, Czech Republic, Belgium and other countries singing the song of El Salvador.
The BBC presenter has warned that this year's show will be "on a budget" with no frills and viewers will see the song contest in a more stripped back version because Lisbon "don't have money".
As one of the so-called "big five" that give the most funding to the contest, the United Kingdom gets an automatic pass to the final along with four other countries and host nation Portugal.
While we always knew he could do it, we'd be lying if we said our nerves weren't shot during the results.
Portugal as a whole, and Lisbon in particular, have enjoyed a tourism boom over the past few years with arrivals spiking 12 percent to a new record last year, contributing to the once-bailed out country's strongest economic growth since 2000. "I am feeling so happy and I am feeling so proud of my team".
Other acts in the first semi-final expected to do well include Estonia's Elina Nechayeva and Eleni Foureira from Cyprus.