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.
New figures show more disabled people are taking up sport in Wales nearly a year after the London Olympics and Paralympics
Speaking ahead of Saturday's Eurovision Song Contest in Sweden, Bonnie Tyler says she's been brought "almost to tears" by messages from fans.
"I've done various radio stations, and I've had people's quotes said to me" she told ITV News.
"I didn't realise people were saying lovely things about me"
"It's so positive. I'm really thrilled!"
Bonnie Tyler, this years Eurovision entry for the UK, made a surprise appearance in Sweden ahead of the contest on Saturday.
The Neath-born singer took to the stage in Malmo where the contest is being held.
Fans from Wales have already started arriving in the city for the contest this weekend.
The Ministry of Defence is dismissing claims that more veterans have taken their own lives after the 1982 Falklands war than died in the conflict itself.
It comes as a Ministry of Defence study, out today, says more than 3 quarters of veterans' deaths were disease-related. It says there were fewer than expected deaths amongst veterans than in the UK general population.
Welsh veterans of the Falklands conflict have rejected the findings, saying there is still a long way to go in terms of support available.
Robert Nicholls is from the South Atlantic Medal Association, a group which supports war veterans, which is made up of Falklands veterans:
Two senior Welsh Conservative AMs have said they would vote to leave the European Union if a referendum were held tomorrow. Deputy Leader Paul Davies said Tory MPs pushing for legislation for a vote 'are reflecting the mood of the country.' He said he'd 'vote to leave the EU in its present form.'
But he added that the Prime Minister should be given chance to renegotiate Britain's relationship with Brussels. He rejected the First Minister's claim that leaving would be disastrous for Wales. Shadow Health Minister Darren Millar said he'd 'most likely' vote 'out' if a vote were held tomorrow.
He said money sent to the EU could be used to develop home-made aid programmes rather than Brussels-led projects 'which have made diddly squat difference.' Their leader Andrew RT Davies has previously said he'd campaign for a no vote if negotiations to change the EU's direction were unsuccessful.
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."
The family of a Cardiff woman who's been held for 10 months without charge in the Dominican Republic say they fear for her health. Nicole Reyes still hasn't been released - even after her family paid an agreed £40,000. Tom Sheldrick reports.
More than two hundred medical volunteers from around Wales are preparing to be deployed to Afghanistan later this year to work in a field hospital.
The latest stage in their training for three months out in a war zone was a hospital exercise at an army training base near York.
Tom Sheldrick reports.