The 61-year-old singer, who represented the UK with 'Believe In Me', finished 19th out of 26 acts last night with 23 points.
The Welsh singer is flying the flag for the UK at the annual contest, which takes place at the Malmö Arena in Sweden this evening.
Bookmakers have given the Neath-born singer odds of 40-1 to win the contest, which will take place in Sweden.
Eurovision fans will get the chance to support Bonnie Tyler at a special Eurovision party in Swansea.
The event, which will include a live broadcast of the song contest in Sweden, takes place in Castle Square in the City Centre this weekend.
Neath-born singer, Bonnie Tyler, will represent the UK with a performance of her song 'Believe in Me'.
Cllr Nick Bradley, Swansea Council’s Cabinet Member for Regeneration, said: “Eurovision is always a bit of harmless fun, so we thought we’d do our bit to get in the spirit of things and show the competition live on the Big Screen.
“But there should be even more local interest this year because of Bonnie’s involvement. She’s a proud local girl who went onto superstardom, so I’d encourage people to flock to Castle Square, let their hair down and enjoy what’s going to be a night to remember."
Port Talbot dance troupe Pre-Skool impressed the judges on last night's Britain's Got Talent.
The youngsters were inspired to enter the competion by siblings who got through to last year's final with Nu Sxool.
The 13-strong group - made up of children aged five to eight - was choreographed by Terry Michael, who was also behind Nu Sxool's successful audition. Pre-Skool are through to the next round after each of the four judges said 'yes.'
Judge David Walliams told them: "I thought, I really hope their dancing lives up to how cute they are, and it did. It was fantastic."
The Manic Street Preachers have fixed up a series of shows Down Under to allow them to watch rugby between their gigs.
The band's scheduled the shows in Australia and New Zealand around the fixtures for the forthcoming British & Irish Lions matches.
Catherine Zeta Jones has checked into a facility for further treatment for her bipolar disorder.
The Oscar-winning Welsh actress, who completed a stint in a US mental-health facility in 2011, is believed to have signed in for a 30-day programme, so doctors could monitor her condition.
Her publicist Cece Yorke confirmed the news to People.com, saying "Catherine has proactively checked into a health care facility.
"Previously, Catherine has said that she is committed to periodic care in order to manage her health in an optimum manner."
She has previously said of the illness: "This is a disorder that affects millions of people and I am one of them. If my revelation of having bipolar II has encouraged one person to seek help, then it is worth it.
"There is no need to suffer silently and there is no shame in seeking help."
Classical star Katherine Jenkins will be performing in her hometown of Neath next month - to try to raise money to save the church where she learned to sing.
The tower and roof at St David's Church are in need of essential repairs, and an appeal is hoping to raise £500,000.
“St David’s Church has been so important to the people of Neath; the church and the people of Neath are very special to me and so it’s really important that as a community we come together to unite to help repair this wonderful tower", Katherine said.
"I often talk of Neath when I tour around the world, the history and the people all were formative in the person I am today”.
The mezzo-soprano will perform some of her hymns and arias, and meet supporters of the appeal, at an "intimate evening" next month.
To raise money, she will also auction off a polka dot dress she wore on the final of the 2012 series of Dancing With The Stars in America.
Bonnie Tyler says she's worried her song is "too good" to win the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest.
The 61-year-old from Neath will sing 'Believe In Me' at the competition in Sweden next month.
"It has been said to me over the last couple of weeks, 'You're not going to win this Bonnie, your song's too good'. Eurovision - you can't guarantee that it's all about the song, but I'm going to give it my best shot and I think we've got a good chance of having a good score at least - I hope."
"I'm not going dramatic, I'm going Bonnie Tyler. I'm not having backing dancers on the stage. I've got musicians and backing vocalists on the stage."
"I only wish that my mother and father were still alive to see it, because they loved the Eurovision, and they'd be so proud."
Beth Reeks' friends say her first book "accurately represents teenagers now", and they are "really proud" of what she has achieved.
Her parents admitted they had no idea she was writing stories "to this length and to this quality", and described how the whole family was still coming to terms with seeing her work on the bookshelf.
Beth Reeks says she was fed up of reading about werewolves and fantasy. The 17-year-old now has a deal with Random House.