Singers from Moldova, Greece, Sweden, Portugal, Poland, Australia, Cyprus, Azerbaijan and Belgium have also qualified for the final.
"I am really not thinking about Brexit", she said, "It's out of my hands so there is no point in worrying or thinking about it, I am just letting it pass me by".
Now let's see how close your own results will be to tonight's semi-final, after the announcement of the 10 qualifiers! Out of these 18, 10 will qualify for the Grand Final on Saturday.
The tune, "I Feel Alive", is sung entirely in English and features a Mediterranean pop beat reminiscent of esteemed hits such as Eden Ben Zaken's "Malkat Hashoshanim" ("Queen of Roses"), Sarit Hadad's "Lama Li" ("Why Me") and "Yesh Li Ahava" ("I Have Love in Me") by Noa Kirel. Do we take it as seriously as other countries?
She will join the touring show for six weeks when it arrives in Aberdeen next month, giving her only a short break after returning from this weekend's big Eurovision finale in Kiev.
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The Eurovision Song Contest airs Saturday night on BBC One.
That's because Francesco Gabbani, competing for Italy, is the bookies' favourite to win Eurovision 2017 thanks to his - rather catchy - track Occidental Karma.
More recently, the contest has launched artists such as Lordi, who won with Hard Rock Hallelujah in 2006 and Conchita Wurst, whose anthemic Rise Like a Phoenix in 2014 has become one of the most memorable Eurovision songs of the last decade.
Speaking on Adresse Kiev, Norway's official countdown show to the Eurovision, Per Sundnes, former head of the Norway delegation at the Eurovision Song Contest and a member of the Norwegian jury for this year's competition, said that Ireland have "lost it completely" when it comes to the Eurovision.
"It's only fair that each song in the Eurovision Song Contest is judged on its individual merits on the night". Two Australians through to Eurovision grand final first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald.