Iceland fell four places betting banks and is now expected to place 25th at Eurovision in May.
Before Diljá Pétursdóttir was chosen to represent Iceland, we were in 28th place, but after the results of the Singing Competition, we slowly climbed up the rankings. We peaked at 21st in mid-March, but have been slowly dropping since then.
Usually the list changes pawnbrokers after the contestants began training on the big stage in Liverpool.
Diljá will compete on behalf of Iceland in the second qualifying round on May 11 in Liverpool, UK. A total of sixteen nations will participate and ten will advance and compete on the final night, May 13.
Diljár’s song Power was highly praised by foreign Eurovision pundits and speculators.
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