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Eurovision 2022: Czech Republic act urge Leeds 'lads and lasses' to vote for them

Metro logo Metro 13/05/2022 Meghna Amin

We Are Domi will be taking to the Turin stage to perform their song Lights Off and opening Saturday’s show, after qualifying in yesterday’s semi-finals where Casper actually made his own guitar so that he could play it like a cello.

Elsewhere on yesterday’s second instalment of the semi-finals, Ireland’s entry Brooke Scullion was in tears as she thanked fans for their support after her shocking elimination.

Brooke’s song That’s Rich, although highly popular, didn’t qualify her for the finals. However, the former The Voice UK star held her head high and vowed to keep making excellent pop tunes.

Speaking to her devastated fans on Instagram, through the tears, Brooke said: ‘Ok so it didn’t go our way tonight, but we are so happy with what we did. 

‘It just maybe isn’t for me right now but maybe in the future bigger things will come, I have an EP coming out. 

‘Thank you everybody who voted, I couldn’t have done anymore so I’m so happy.’

Also being cut from the competition alongside Brooke were Israel, Georgia, Malta, San Marino, Cyprus, North Macedonia and Montenegro, leaving Belgium, Romania, Serbia, Azerbaijan, Poland, Finland, Estonia, Australia and Sweden confirmed to compete in the final against Czech Republic.

The Eurovision Song Contest airs tomorrow night at 8pm on BBC One. 

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