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Current standing is Denmark, followed by Ukraine and Azerbaijan but it is really close! Everything can change!
Conservative MP Damian Green and Bucks Fizz singer Mike Nolan, whose group won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1981, have congratulated Bonnie Tyler who represented the UK.
Well done Bonnie. She gave it her all. Good luck girl...
Audience loves our girl. Go Bonnie! #eurovision
David Beckham has just finished his final game in tears, after his cameo appearance meant he missed Bonnie. #Eurovision
The UK has given its 12 points to Denmark at this year's Eurovision Song Contest.
Denmark and its singer Emmelie de Forest are currently top of the leaderboard.
Welsh star Bonnie Tyler flew the flag for the UK tonight with a belting rendition of Believe in Me at the Eurovision Song Contest. Speaking immediately after the performance, Tyler said:
"What an incredible atmosphere. I really enjoyed that performance, I got out there and gave it some welly.
"When all those lights came on it felt like magic, all twinkling lights everywhere. I really hope Europe enjoyed it."
She has one point so far.
The voting lines for this year's Eurovision Song Contest have now closed:
Voting for this year's Eurovision Song Contest winner is underway:
Eurovision Song Contest favourites Denmark has now taken to the stage. The Danish entry Only Teardrops by Emmelie de Forest is now 4/6 odds on to win the show - way ahead of other entrants.