The jury show for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final is taking place at the host venue, the Wiener Stadthalle tonight.

Tonight’s show is  important for the participating countries since the 27 finalists will all perform their entries during tonight’s show, where the jury members from around Europe and Australia will rank the songs based on a number of factors. These votes will then be added to tomorrow’s televote, both of whom have a 50% say in the final results.

The running order of the countries performing is as following:

#
Country
Artist
Song
1 Slovenia Maraaya Here for you
2 France Lisa Angell N’oubliez pas
3 Israel Nadav Guedj Golden boy
4 Estonia Elina Born & Stig Rästa Goodbye to yesterday
5 United Kingdom Electro Velvet Still in love with you
6 Armenia Genealogy Face the shadow
7 Lithuania Monika Linkyte & Vaidas Baumila This time
8 Serbia Bojana Stamenov Beauty never lies
9 Norway Morland & Debra Scarlett A monster like me
10 Sweden Mans Zelmerlöw Heroes
11 Cyprus John Karayiannis One thing I should have done
12 Australia Guy Sebastian Tonight again
13 Belgium Loïc Nottet Rhythm inside
14 Austria The Makemakes I am yours
15 Greece Maria-Elena Kyriakou One last breath
16 Montenegro Knez Adio
17 Germany Ann Sophie Black smoke
18 Poland Monika Kuszynska In the name of love
19 Latvia Aminata Love infected
20 Romania Voltaj De la capat
21 Spain Edurne Amanecer
22 Hungary BOOGIE Wars for nothing
23 Georgia Nina Sublatti Warrior
24 Azerbaijan Elnur Huseynov Hour of the wolf
25 Russia Polina Gagarina A million voices
26 Albania Elhaida Dani I’m alive
27 Italy Il Volo Grande amore

The opening begins with music from the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, who play in the garden of the Schönbrunn Palace. A flashback to the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest takes place, showing clips of Conchita Wurst’s Eurovision victory.

This is then followed by the opening act, where Conchita performs together with the Vienna Boys’ Choir, the Suparar Choir and Left Boy the official ‘Building Bridges’ anthem. The competing artists then cross the ‘bridge’ from the Green Room to the Eurovision stage.

One day left to find out who will be the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2015.