The United Kingdom has been drawn to sing 23rd out of the 25 nations competing in the final of this year's Eurovision Song Contest on May 16.
This is, to be frank, brilliant. If Jade can pull a stirring performance out of the bag with just two songs remaining to follow her, she could sneak into the Top 10.
Aah, twenty-three. Doesn't it have a lovely sound to it?
So, do you want to know who's singing in the other spots?
Here's how the first semi-final will shape up (minus Georgia). Whether this gives these nations an unfair advantage as the same amount of spots in the final are open to a fewer number of competitors remains to be seen.
Here we go. Countries with an asterisk next to their name got to choose their spot in the running order, as the first two out of the pot receive 'wildcard' status:
SEMI FINAL ONE
2) Czech Republic
13) FYR Macdeonia
18) Bosnia & Herzegovina
And as surely as night follows day:
SEMI FINAL TWO
Which only leaves:
There will be 25 spots in total, so a country is drawn, then a starting number, to save time. Only one wildcard here:
France: performs in 3rd position.
Russia: performs in 10th position
Germany: performs in 17th position
United Kingdom: performs in 23rd position
Spain*: performs in 25th position
And we didn't even need a wildcard to bag a decent spot.