Eurovision Song Contest 2017

The 62nd Eurovision Song Contest 2017 takes place in the International Exhibition Centre in Kiev, Ukraine, following Ukraine’s victory at the 2016 contest in Stockholm with the song “1944”, written and performed by Jamala. Two semi-finals took place on 9 and 11 May and the final takes place on 13 May 2017, hosted by Oleksandr Skichko, Volodymyr Ostapchuk and Timur Miroshnychenko. This year Forty-two countries are participating in the contest. Portugal and Romania return to the contest after a year’s absence, while Bosnia and Herzegovina have withdrawn. Russia announced their withdrawal on 13 April 2017, after their representative, Yulia Samoylova, was banned from entering Ukraine by virtue of travelling directly from Russia to Crimea, which is illegal under Ukrainian law. Out of the original 42 songs submitted for Eurovision 2017, 26 will make it to the Grand Final.

Eurovision Song Contest Semi-final 1
Sweden Robin Bengtsson “I Can’t Go On”
Georgia Tamara Gachechiladze “Keep the Faith”
Australia Isaiah “Don’t Come Easy
Albania Lindita “World”
Belgium Blanche “City Lights”
Montenegro Slavko Kalezić “Space”
Finland Norma John “Blackbird”
Azerbaijan Dihaj “Skeletons”
Portugal Salvador Sobral “Amar Pelos Dois”
Greece Demy “This Is Love”
Poland Kasia Moś “Flashlight”
Moldova Sunstroke Project “Hey, Mamma!”
Iceland Svala “Paper”
Czech Republic Martina Bárta “My Turn”
Cyprus Hovig “Gravity”
Armenia Artsvik “Fly with Me”
Slovenia Omar Naber “On My Way”
Latvia Triana Park “Line”

Semi-final 2
Serbia Tijana Bogićević “In Too Deep”
Austria Nathan Trent “Running on Air”
Macedonia Jana Burčeska “Dance Alone”
Malta Claudia Faniello “Breathlessly”
Romania Ilinca and Alex Florea “Yodel It!”
Netherlands O’G3NE “Lights and Shadows”
Hungary Joci Pápai “Origo” Hungarian3
Denmark Anja “Where I Am” English
Ireland Brendan Murray “Dying to Try”
San Marino Valentina Monetta and Jimmie Wilson “Spirit of the Night”
Croatia Jacques Houdek “My Friend”
Norway JOWST5 “Grab the Moment”
Switzerland Timebelle “Apollo”
Belarus Naviband “Story of My Life”
Bulgaria Kristian Kostov “Beautiful Mess
Lithuania Fusedmarc “Rain of Revolution
Estonia Koit Toome and Laura “Verona”
Israel IMRI I feel Alive

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