Tonight: The grand final of Eurovision 2017

Eurovision 2017

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Tonight is the night we’ve all been waiting for: the grand final of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest has arrived and 26 countries will battle to get the big trophy of this years contest.

After two semi finals, with each 10 countries qualifying we have our running order and final line up of this nights show:

1. Israel – IMRI – I Feel Alive
2. Poland – Kasia Mos – Flashlight
3. Belarus – Naviband – Story of My Life
4. Austria – Nathan Trent – Running On Air
5. Armenia – Artsvik – Fly With Me
6. The Netherlands
7. Moldova – OG3NE – Lights and Shadows
8. Hungary – Joci Papai – Origo
9. Italy – Francesco Gabbani – Occidentali’s Karma
10. Denmark – Anja Nissen – Where I Am
11. Portugal – Salvador Sobral – Amar Pelos Dois
12. Azerbaijan – Dihaj – Skeletons
13. Croatia – Jacques Houdek – My Friend
14. Australia – Isaiah Firebrace – Don’t Come Easy
15. Greece – Demy – This is Love
16. Spain – Manel Navarro – Do It For Your Lover
17. Norway – JOWST – Grab The Moment
18. United Kingdom – Lucie Jones – Never Give Up on You
19. Cyprus – Hovig – Gravity
20. Romania – Ilinca and Alex Florea – Yodel It!
21. Germany – Levina – Perfect Life
22. Ukraine – O.Torvald – Time
23. Belgium – Blanche – City Light
24. Sweden – Robin Bengtsson – Can’t Go On
25. Bulgaria – Kristian Kostov – Beautiful Mess
26. France – Alma – Requiem

Where to watch the show?

You can watch the final of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest in all 42 participating countries nation broadcaster and on via the live stream on Youtube.

How does the voting work?

Voting is quite easy. The overall results are made up of 50% jury and 50% televote. In the first round of the voting all the jury votes of the 42 participating countries will be revealed via a spokesperson who will announce the 12 points after the votes from 1-8 and 10 are shown. In the second round of voting the combined televoting results will be announced by the hosts and we will officially find out this years winner of the Eurovision Song Contest.

Who’s the favourite?

According to the bookies Portugal, Italy, Bulgaria, Belgium and Sweden are the hot favourites to win this years competition. Portugal seems to do very well with the juries whilst Italy is rumoured as being the televote favourite.


We wish all the competing artists the best of luck – have a great night and let’s Celebrate Diversity!


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