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The UK's Eurovision Song Contest entry Bonnie Tyler has taken to the stage.
The Eurovision Song Contest is currently underway, with 14 out of the 26 acts having performed. Artists from the following countries have sung so far:
The Eurovision Song Contest has begun with artists from France, Germany, Belgium, Finland along with others performing this year in Sweden.
The Eurovision Song Contest 2013 has begun:
The UK's Eurovision hopeful Bonnie Tyler has tweeted a picture of her friends and family showing their support ahead of the contest.
Don't forget to put #BelieveInBonnie on your tweets throughout Eurovision tonight. Let's get Bonnie trending!
Last year's Eurovision Song Contest winner Loreen has told Eurovision TV her victory "basically changed my life":
The Eurovision Song Contest has urged its followers to help it trend on Twitter ahead of tonight's live broadcast final:
Fans are already queuing up outside the arena wearing all colours of the rainbow to get the best spot for the Grand Final! #Eurovision
Fans of Bonnie Tyler were the first to arrive at the Malmo Arena ahead of the Eurovision Song Contest tonight - some six hours before the show.
They told ITV News they wanted to get the best possible position in the arena to see the Swansea singer perform.