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the best performers to look out for at the event in Turin, Italy

Singing wolves, a woman angrily washing her hands, a grinning man in a yellow raincoat holding a balloon. Either the new Doctor Who has turned out a lot stranger than everyone expected, or it’s the Eurovision 2022 finale.

After the second semi-final is done and dusted off, the 20 acts are now set alongside Briton Sam Ryder and the other representatives of the “Big Five” finalists from Germany, Italy, Spain and France. And as Eurovision fans wish, it’s a magical mixture of pop, rap and heartfelt flute playing. And these are only the first two minutes of Ukraine’s entry.

But how to separate the euro-gold from the hangover? The 2020 grand final begins Saturday 14 May at 8pm on BBC One. Here’s a definitive(ish) list of the 10 songs to watch out for.

1st Spaceman, Sam Ryder (Great Britain)

After Ryder began his rise to global stardom by creating TikTok videos in his shed — a phrase that couldn’t be written until 2022 — Ryder had enjoyed a jet-powered rise and now stands within buzzing reach of European fame. So relaxed that it will come as a surprise he isn’t wheeled onto the stage in a four-poster bed, Ryder has won many admirers since arriving in Turin. That’s partly due to his laid-back personality. But also thanks to Space Man, a song about “appreciating what you already have in life” that lands in full ballad mode like a hybrid of mindfulness podcast and Take That.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/tv/2022/05/14/eurovision-2022-contestants-finalists-final-best-performers/ the best performers to look out for at the event in Turin, Italy

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