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Georgia to participate in the second semi-final of Eurovision2010-05-27 13:44
Today, in the suburb of Norwegian capital the second semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 will take place.gt-en-newsitem-inside
European spectators and jury should select 10 out of 17.
In today's stage many favourites of the contest: Azerbaijan, Armenia, Israel, Sweden, and Ireland.
Georgia will also participate in this part of contest.
Last year their song wasn't allowed by EBU because of its political lyrics. This year the country is represented by Sofia Nijaradze, a singer and actress.
She underlines her song [Shine] has no single hint on politics, as "Eurovision was created to unite people." She was glad to see Russians at the Georgian supper, visited by Petr Nalich and his band.
The final of the contest will be held on Saturday night, at Telenor Arena, the biggest indoor stadium of Scandinavia - ITAR TASS. Representatives of 25 countries will compete.