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Eurovision Song Contest, Newsround's top acts to watch

This year's Eurovision Song Contest is being held in Copenhagen, Denmark and it promises to be as wacky as ever.
Austria's Conchita Wurst - also known as the bearded lady - is a favourite to win. Conchita's song is called Rise Like a Phoenix.
Singer Conchita Wurst, representing Austria, performs the song Rise Like a Phoenix.
Molly Smitten-Downes is this year's UK hopeful. Molly wrote the song she's performing herself. It's called Children of the Universe, and the 26-year-old is tipped to do well. Watch the Eurovision Song Contest grand final, 8.00pm Saturday 10 May on BBC One.
Molly Smitten-Downes is this year's UK hopeful.
Moustache is France's entry performed by hipsters Twin Twin. The tune has a catchy bassline and according to the band '"tells the story of a man who already has everything, but who still wants a moustache".
Twin Twin representing France in the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 in Copenhagen.
You might recognise Spain's entry from the UK X Factor. Ruth Lorenzo came fifth on the show in 2008 - the same year that JLS were runners up. The song she's performing during Eurovision - Dancing in the Rain - was inspired by her time in London.
Ruth Lorenzo representing Spain in Copenhagen.
Armenia's entry Aram MP3 is performing a dubstep and ballad fusion. His song Not Alone is a favourite with fans and Armenia hopes it will give them their first Eurovision win.
Aram MP3 representing Armenia.
Russia is hoping twins Anastasia and Maria Tolmachevy will bring them victory with their song Shine. The Tolmachevy Sisters are no strangers to Eurovision. They won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2006 when they were just nine years old!
The Tolmachevy Sisters representing Russia perform the song Shine during the first semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen, Denmark.