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Eurovision 2017: Running order in the Grand Final decided

From Israel to France. The running order in Saturday's Grand Final of Eurovision Song Contest 2017 has been decided. Like the four previous years, the producer of Eurovision Song Contest decides the running order

The producer of this years Eurovision, the Ukrainian broadcaster UA:PBC, has decided the running order for the Grand Final at Eurovision Song Contest 2017. The last four years the producers of the shows have decided the running order based on an allocation draw. The allocation draw took place shortly after Semi-final 1 and Semi-final 2. Here the participants were distributed in the first or second half of the Grand Final.

Running order

1IsraelIsrael
2PolandPoland
3BelarusBelarus
4AustriaAustria
5ArmeniaArmenia
6NetherlandsNetherlands
7MoldovaMoldova
8HungaryHungary
9ItalyItaly
10DenmarkDenmark
11PortugalPortugal
12AzerbaijanAzerbaijan
13CroatiaCroatia
14AustraliaAustralia
15GreeceGreece
16SpainSpain
17NorwayNorway
18United KingdomUnited Kingdom
19CyprusCyprus
20RomaniaRomania
21GermanyGermany
22UkraineUkraine
23BelgiumBelgium
24SwedenSweden
25BulgariaBulgaria
26FranceFrance

How is the running order decided?

Right after the 10 qualifiers from the second Semi-final are known, the producer of the contest starts laying the puzzle to ensure variety in the Grand Final.

Eurovision Song Contest 2017

The 62nd Eurovision Song Contest takes place on 9, 11 and 13 May 2017. The contest is hosted by Kyiv, Ukraine, and produced by the Ukrainian broadcaster UA:PBC.

  • Place: Kyiv International Exhibition Centre, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Participants: 42
  • Semi-final 1: Took place on 9 May 2017 with 18 participants. The 10 songs with highest points advanced to the Grand Final
  • Semi-final 2: Took place on 11 May 2017 with 18 participants. The 10 songs with highest points advanced to the Grand Final
  • Grand Final: Takes place on 13 May 2017 with 26 participants; Ukraine (host), Big-5 (Germany, Spain, France, Italy and United Kingdom), 10 best from Semi-Final 1, 10 best from Semi-Final 2



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