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.
Neath snooker player Michael White will make his Crucible debut today - against his boyhood idol, Mark Williams.
A man who died in a fatal road traffic collision in Pontardawe has been named as 40-year-old Stuart Bradley.
The incident happened at around 4.50pm on Sunday 8th December 2013 on a service road off Ffordd Parc Ynysderw near Pontardawe Leisure Centre.
The crash involved one vehicle, a red and white 125cc motorcycle which came into collision with a metal barrier gate.
The man was pronounced dead at the scene.
Any witnesses who saw the collision and the riding of the motorcycle in Pontardawe during that afternoon are asked to contact South Wales Police on 101.
Police are investigating a fatal road traffic collision which occurred just before 5pm yesterday on a service road off Fford Parc Ynysderw near the Pontardawe Leisure Centre in Neath.
The collision involved a red and white 125cc motorcycle that collided with a metal barrier gate. A 40 year-old local man died at the scene due to injuries received.
Police are appealing for witnesses who may have seen the collision and the riding of the motorcycle in and around Fford Parc Ynysderw, Pontardawe, during the afternoon to come forward.
An 81 year-old man has died in a house fire in Neath. Emergency services were called to the property in Whittington Street at 8am this morning.
South Wales Police, together with Mid and West Wales Fire Service are at the scene carrying out a joint investigation to establish the cause.
Administrators have been appointed at Wales' largest drift mine which they say recently employed over 200.
They say they're looking to talk to potential investors for the Unity Mine near Neath and that the mine's subject to a care and maintenance programme to keep it safe.
An earlier line-side fire between Neath & Port Talbot Parkway has now been resolved. Please expect residual delays. #Neath
All services between Neath and Port Talbot Parkway are suspended due to a line-side fire.
The National Union of Mineworkers say they're still hopeful that the troubled Unity Mine near Neath can be saved, after it was announced that the plant had been placed into administration.
Bosses at the drift mine - which employs 220 people - were meeting with apprentices today, with administrators due to meet the rest of the workforce on Monday.
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"The potential investment and returns for that investment are huge in this particular mine" says Wayne Thomas, from the National Union of Mineworkers.
"The access is already there, and the working methods could be adapted slightly.
"But the investment returns are there for the longer term, and I think there's stability there... for these individuals in South Wales who want to work in coal mining."
Economy Minister Edwina Hart says the Welsh Government is continuing to work with the owners of Unity Mine to secure its future.
"Over the last few years, the industry has experienced difficulties with the fall in global coal prices which have placed considerable financial pressure on operators" she says.
"While we are working with company to offer assistance, in compliance within state-aid rules, there are wider financial pressures and challenges that have meant that the company has had to take this decision."
"Discussions with third party investors are on-going, and I welcome the Director’s intention to protect the current work force while fundraising negotiations are continuing with various parties to seek to secure the long term future of the Mine and its highly skilled workforce."
ITV News understands that the owners of the Unity Mine in Neath are filing for administration.
Around 200 people currently work at the site.
Local AM, Gwenda Thomas, told us: "It is extremely regrettable that Unity mine has gone into administration."
– Gwenda Thomas AM, Neath
I sincerely hope that the administrators can find new owners for the mine, and preserve the miners’ jobs and the future of the apprentices. Welsh Government officials continue to be in discussion with the mine.