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Tonight: Eurovision 2017 Grand Final

Tonight we know the winner of Eurovision Song Contest 2017! 26 countries will compete for the trophy, and the honor of hosting Eurovision Song Contest 2018. See all the details, songs and what to expect from tonight's Grand Final

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The 62nd edition of Eurovision Song Contest ends tonight! 26 songs will compete, and after 3,5 hours of music, performances, entertainment and excitement, we know the winner of Eurovision Song Contest 2017.

The show starts at 21:00 CEST, live from Kyiv International Exhibition Centre in Kyiv, Ukraine. Hosts are Oleksandr Skichko, Volodymyr Ostapchuk and Timur Miroshnychenko. The running order is decided by the producer (Ukrainian broadcaster UA:PBC) based on a draw.

The qualified countries are:


Lineup Eurovision 2017 Grand Final



1IsraelI Feel AliveImri ZivImri Ziv#ISR
2PolandFlashlightKasia MośKasia Moś#POL
3BelarusHistoryja Majho ZycciaNavibandNaviband#BLR
4AustriaRunning On AirNathan TrentNathan Trent#AUT
5ArmeniaFly With MeArtsvikArtsvik#ARM
6NetherlandsLights And ShadowsOG3NEOG3NE#NED
7MoldovaHey MammaSunstroke ProjectSunstroke Project#MDA
8HungaryOrigoJoci PápaiJoci Pápai#HUN
9ItalyOccidentali's KarmaFrancesco GabbaniFrancesco Gabbani#ITA
10DenmarkWhere I AmAnjaAnja#DEN
11PortugalAmar Pelos DoisSalvador SobralSalvador Sobral#POR
12AzerbaijanSkeletonsDihajDihaj#AZE
13CroatiaMy FriendJacques HoudekJacques Houdek#CRO
14AustraliaDon't Come EasyIsaiah FirebraceIsaiah Firebrace#AUS
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15GreeceThis is LoveDemyDemy#GRE
16SpainDo It for Your LoverManel NavarroManel Navarro#ESP
17NorwayGrab the MomentJowstJowst#NOR
18United KingdomNever Give Up on YouLucie JonesLucie Jones#GBR
19CyprusGravityHovigHovig#CYP
20RomaniaYodel It!Ilinca feat. Alex FloreaIlinca feat. Alex Florea#ROM
21GermanyPerfect LifeLevinaLevina#GER
22UkraineTimeO.TorvaldO.Torvald#UKR
23BelgiumCity LightsBlancheBlanche#BEL
24SwedenI Can't Go OnRobin BengtssonRobin Bengtsson#SWE
25BulgariaBeautiful MessKristian KostovKristian Kostov#BUL
26FranceRequiemAlmaAlma#FRA

"Welcome to the Eurovision Song Contest 2017"

Interval Acts



After all the 26 songs are performed, it's time to "start voting", but it's the only time in the show that allows you to take a break or eat something, because the voting results will start being announced in just 30 minutes.

Eurovision 2017: Verka on stage
Verka on the Eurovision stage
However, the Eurovision show never has a break. And this year, between the performances and the results announcement, we can see two of the past Eurovision winners, Ruslana and Jamala, the Ukrainian singers that took the contest to Ukraine following their victories, as well ONUKA, an electronic music band featuring Ukrainian folk music and motifs.

The first one acting in this interval act is... Ruslana! Thirteen years after her victory, she's back to Eurovision, now presenting her new single "It's Magical", in an amazing performance, accompanied by twenty dancers. She's older, that's a fact, but no one can deny that she still rocks, and she will always have a spot in eurofans' hearts!

Next is ONUKA... The band, the famous Ukrainian sound producer and musician Eugene Filatov (The Maneken) and Nata Zhyzhchenko (former vocalist of Tomato Jaws and Kooqla), was founded in 2013 and have released several albums and singles. They perform a medley of several songs, in a very good performance.

Now, it's time to Jamala, following her performance in the interval act of the first semifinal. However, in this evening, she will perform her new single "I Believe in you", whose videoclip was shoot some weeks ago in Portugal. Yeah, we know, it's not something like "1944", but its love story is dedicated to her new husband.

The winner of Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2016, Mariam Mamadashvili from Georgia, is also interviewed.

"And the winner is...."

Voting



The voting procedure will be the same as last year. Each country will have two sets of 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10 and 12 points to give. One set for each country's jury, and one set for each country's televoting.

  • Each of the 42 countries participating in this years Eurovision will vote
  • Each country has a national jury who gives one set of 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10 and 12 points
  • Each country will have televoting which also results in a set of 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10 and 12 points
  • First the the juries points will be presented individually by a spokesperson from each country
  • Secondly the points from televoting will be bundled and given combined
  • Televoters and national juries have equal weight in the voting
  • The national juries voted yesterday evening (Friday, 12 May) during the second dress-rehearsal
  • If two countries have the same points, the best of the two is the song which has obtained points from the highest number of countries. If the tying songs have received points from the same number of countries, the highest number of 12-point scores shall be decisive. If the winner still cannot be determined by this procedure, the number of times ten points have been awarded shall be the deciding factor. If necessary, this method shall continue until account has been taken of the number of times one point has been awarded

Shortly after the Grand Final, the detailed results, voting and points will be revealed.




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