Fans of the Eurovision Song Contest have hailed Israel's performance as "the steamiest ever" as the Grand Final gets underway.
Noa Kirel is representing Israel with her catchy pop track Unicorn, following a stellar career that has seen her named Best Israeli act at the MTV Europe Music Awards and act as a judge on Israel's Got Talent.
The singer began her set inside a pink tunnel, before strutting onto the stage and performing some sizzling moves alongside a talented troupe of dancers.
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She then asked the audience: "Do you want to see me dance?" before her leather cargo pants were ripped off.
Noa turned up the heat with her impressive choreography, complete with flipping her body over on the stage and swirling her long brunette locks in the stunning set.
Fans could not take their eyes off Noa, with many taking to social media to comment on the performance as one said: "Israel, unbelievable. So sexy."
Another added: "She took one class on how to dance sexy in heels."
A third chipped in: "Good song from Israel, very sexy dancing."
A fourth said: "Israel – Giving Mel Giodrych a run in the "sexiest woman" steaks, and a pretty decent song to boot."
Israel are just one of 26 countries competing to win the Eurovision Song Contest 2023, with outstanding performances across the night at Liverpool's M&S Bank Arena in UK host city Liverpool.
The UK are hosting Eurovision on behalf of last year’s winners Ukraine who are unable to host due to the ongoing war.
Over 31 countries performed during the Semi-Finals, with 20 participating acts chosen for a place in the Grand Final where they joined last year's winners Ukraine and the "Big Five" including France, Germany, Italy, Spain and host country UK.
Artists performing in the Grand Final range from Germany's rock group Lord of the Lost, to summer feel-good song Solo by Blanka from Poland, pop anthem Because of You by Belgium's Gustaph and electronic track Samo Mi Se Spava by Serbia's Luke Black.
Mae Muller, who is representing the UK with her catchy number I Wrote A Song, will perform last this evening – before phone lines are opened to the public as viewers decide who will become the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023.
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The Eurovision Song Contest 2023 will be broadcast live from Liverpool on BBC One and BBC iPlayer, BBC Radio 2 and BBC Sounds. Semi-Final 1 is broadcast Tuesday 9 May at 8pm, Semi-Final 2 is broadcast Thursday 11 May at 8pm, and the Grand Final is broadcast on Saturday 13 May at 8pm.
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