Aistė Pilvelytė won heat 7 with the song "I'm Like a Wolf" (Photo: V. Radžiūno (LRT))

Lithuania: Eurovizija 2017 heat 7 results

The seventh Eurovizija show out of 10 shows was broadcast tonight, with 8 contestants fighting for a place in the Semi-final

The 2017-edition of the marathon selection "Eurovizija" in Lithuania continued tonight. In this evening's show we saw 8 contestants who qualified from heat five or heat six.

In the seventh heat we found the four contestants who qualified to the semi-final of Eurovizija. The decision was made by a combination of a Lithuanian expert jury and televoting.

Eurovizija Heat 7 – Results

  1. Aistė Pilvelytė – "I'm Like a Wolf" (22 points)
  2. Sasha Song – "Never Felt Like This Before" (18 points)
  3. Greta Zazza – "Like I Love You" (18 points)
  4. Ieva Zasimauskaitė – "You Saved Me" (14 points)
  5. Gytis Ivanauskas – "Get Frighten" (14 points)
  6. Edgaras Lubys – "Could It Be?" (13 points)
  7. E.G.O. – "My Story" (10 points)
  8. Gražvydas – "Paint the Sky Blue" (8 points)

Eurovizija 2017

A total of 10 shows are held from 7 January to 11 March where the final of Eurovizija 2017 will determine the Lithuanian representative at Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kyiv, Ukraine.

The first four shows eliminated half of the contestants:

Elimination heats:

  • Show 1: 7 January
  • Show 2: 14 January
  • Show 3: 21 January
  • Show 4: 28 January

Second round:

  • Show 5: 4 February
  • Show 6: 11 February


  • Show 7: 18 February
  • Show 8: 25 February


  • Semi-final: 4 March
  • Final: 11 March

All the shows are hosted by Ievai Stasiulevičiūtei and Gabrielei Martirosianaitei.

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Lithuania 2006: LT United - "We Are The Winners"

Lithuania has been taking part of Eurovision Song Contest 17 times since its debut in 1994.

The debuting year 1994 Lithuania ended last, and the best result is from 2006 where LT United performed the iconic song "We Are The Winners (of Eurovision)". It didn't win though, but went 6th. Since the introduction of the Semi-finals in 2004, Lithuania has been in Eurovision every year, but only qualified for the Grand Final eight times.

With both Estonias victory in 2001 ("Everybody") and Latvias victory in 2002 ("I Wanna"), Lithuania is the only Baltic country that haven't won Eurovision Song Contest.

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