Ireland will perform 9th on Thursday night
The first semi-final of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest has taken place in Kiev.
It saw ten countries get voted through to perform in the grand final on Saturday night.
These were: Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Cyprus, Greece, Moldova, Portugal, Poland and Sweden.
Acts from 18 countries performed to fill the 10 slots.
Ireland will perform 9th in the second semi-final on Thursday, along with 17 others.
This year's Irish hopes are on Galway's Brendan Murray, with 'Dying to Try'.
42 countries will compete in the final on Saturday.
Italy, Germany, France, Spain and the UK have automatically qualified.