Last night saw an incredible semi-final which included Australia, Denmark, and Moldova in the running for the final.
Although the current favourite to win is Cyprus with their act Eleni Foureira, it is still anyone’s guess.
Eleni has been dominating the competition with her song Fuego, and has been slated for a win with odds of 9/4.
But although the odds are out and the critics have given their opinions, Google Trends have now released a whole host of Eurovision search data.
By analysing thousands of Google searches the team have identified Eurovisions biggest winners, losers, and all time legends.
The most popular act to be searched for is Israel’s Netta who has garnered a lot of attention with her song “TOY”.
Following her is Alexander Rybak from Norway, and Mikolas Josef who hails from the Czech Republic.
Although these acts were the most searched for, does that mean they will come out on top in the final this Saturday?
Meanwhile England’s act SuRie sits 17th on the list of acts.
But SuRie came up first in the top-searched acts within the UK.
It looks like the UK is most intrigued with their own act, swiftly followed by Finland’s Saara Alto.
Interestingly enough, the favourite to win, Eleni, does not appear in the top ten searched from the UK.
And while the UK’s act is the most searched for this year, Cliff Richard is the UK’s most searched act from Eurovision of all time.
Also sitting in the top ten of the most searched acts includes previous contestants Michael Ball, Engelbert Humperdinck, and Bucks Fizz.
The most searched for winners of all time include Céline Dion and ABBA.
Last night Mélovin took the competition by storm as he performed his incredible Under the Ladder.
The performance saw him rising up out of a ladder, sending fans into a frenzy.
Rylan Clark-Neal also interviewed Dr. Eurovision, who announced: “I’m going to be controversial here, I dislike Norway.”
Viewers will see the final 26 countries battle it out for the winning spot this weekend.
The Eurovision Song Contest 2018 airs May 12 at 8pm on BBC One.