Eurovision 2017 finalists

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Eurovision 2017 finalists confirmed as Lucie Jones battles it out for song contest victory in Kiev

THE 26 finalists for Eurovision Song Contest 2017 have been revealed.

Eighteen acts took to the stage on Thursday night to fight for the last ten places in Saturday's grand finale, and now they have all been confirmed.

 Lucie Jones will face off against 25 other singers from across Europe in a bid to be crowned Eurovision champion

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Bulgaria's Kristian Kostov, Belarus' Naviband and Croatia's Jacques Houdek were voted through alongside Hungary's Joci Papai, Denmark's Anja, Israel's IMRI and Romania's Ilinca and Alexa Forea.

Norway's JOWST, The Netherlands' O'G3NE and Austria's Nathan Trent rounded out the ten acts from the second semi-final.

They will join the ten acts confirmed in the first semi-final and the big six countries already through to Saturday.

 Israel's IMRI will battle it out for the title

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Armenia's Artsvik, Azerbaijan's Dihaj, Italy's Francesco Gabbani, Moldova's Sunstroke Project, Poland's Kasia Mos, Portugal's Salvador Sobral, and Australia's Isaiah are all through.

They join Belgium's Blanche, Cyprus' Hovig, France's Alma, Germany's Levina, Greece's Demy, Spain's Manel Navarro, Sweden's Robin Bengtsson, Ukraine's O/Torvald and the United Kingdom's own Lucie Jones.

Earlier in the second semi-final, Serbia's Tijana Bogicevic began the show with In Too Deep before Austria's Nathan Trent took to the stage with his cheesy song Running on Air.

 Tijana Bogicevic opened the show with her song In Too Deep

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 Her see-through wedding dress won her huge applause

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 Nathan Trent performed on a giant moon

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 The Austrian singer is hoping to replicate Conchita Wursts success in Eurovision

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Macedonian singer Jana Burceska revealed the news that she is pregnant to her fans across Europe before her performance.

In her video montage before she took to the stage, Jana was seen getting a baby scan before going shopping for baby clothes.

The songstress then took to the stage with her song Dance Alone with an energetic performance.

 Macedonian singer Jana Burceska revealed the news that she is pregnant

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 The singer put on an energetic display after her announcement

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 Maltese entry Claudia Faniello sang Breathlessly

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 The singer belted out her entry to all of Europe

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Malta returned to the competition with another ballad as Claudia Faniello sang Breathlessly to the arena in Kiev.

In a total turn around, Romania gifted Europe a yodelling group Ilinca and Alex Florea with their song Yodel It!, and they did with some bizzarely placed canons.

Commentator Scott Mills revealed the BBC's boss in Kiev had his head in his hands at the song but he wasn't sure if he was laughing or crying.

 Romania gifted Europe a yodelling group Ilinca and Alex Florea with their song Yodel It!

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 The canons didn't actually do anything in the performance

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 Grlgroup O'G3NE were named after their mother's bloody group and the fact that they are sisters and share 'g3nes'

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 They represented Netherlands in the competition

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 Joci's performance stunned the crowd

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 His song Origo was performed in Hungarian

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 Denark's entry Anja is actually Australian

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 The singer performed her song Where I Am

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Science themed girlgroup O'G3NE performed next for Netherlands with their song Light and Shadows.

Hungary's Joci Papai stormed the stage with his Hungarian language song Origo, before Australia's Anja performed for Denmark with her song Where I Am.

Ireland's entry Brendan Murray performed next with a balloon and his song Dying to Try, while X Factor judge Louis Walsh sat in the audience watching his country's entrant perform.

 Brendan Murray performed his song Dying to Try

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 He sang on a giant balloon

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 Valentina Monetta returned to Eurovision for the fourth time

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 Jacques Houdek performed in two distinct vocal styles

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 The Croatian artist performed a duet with himself

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San Marino's Eurovision legend Valentina Monetta - who has represented the nation four times so far in pursuit of glory - returned with Jimmie Wilson with their duet Spirit of the Night.

Pop-era singer Jacques Houdek put on a duet with himself to represent Croatia, alternating between pop singing and an operatic performance for his song My Friend.

Norway's dance act JOWST followed with their eclectic song Grab the Moment, before Timebelle took to the stage with her song Apollo for Switzerland.

 Norway's dance act JOWST followed with their eclectic song Grab the Moment

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 They put on a DaftPunk inspired act

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 Swiss singer Timebelle sang her song Apollo

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 She would be the first Eurovision winner to ever wear yellow and win

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 Navidad performed their song Story of My Life

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 The band represent Belarus in the competition

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 Kristian Kostov is just 17 but won huge applause representing Bulgaria

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 The singer performed Beautiful Mess in Kiev

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The singer wore a Disney princess style frock in brightest yellow for her performance, which Mel Giedroyc pointed out no Eurovision winner had ever worn yellow during their performance.

Naviband, representing Belarus performed next with their song Story of My Life, and they were swiftly followed by fan favourite Kristian Kostov from Bulgaria with his song Beautiful Mess.

Lithuania's own Fusedmarc took to the stage next with Rain of Revolution dressed in a vivid red pantsuit.

 Lithuania's own Fusedmarc took to the stage next with Rain of Revolution

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 Her nails and outfit made quite the impression

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 Estonia were represented by singers Koit Toome and Laura with their song Verona

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 IMRI won a legion of fans with his performance for Israel

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 The singer's performance went down a treat with viewers

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Estonia were represented by singers Koit Toome and Laura with their song Verona, a modern take on Romeo and Juliet.

Israel's IMRI closed the show with I Feel Alive and won himself a legion of fans with his performance.

Fans flocked to social media to gush about the hunky singer.

The Eurovision Song Contest's live Grand Finale airs on Saturday night at 8pm on BBC One

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Portugal wins Eurovision Song Contest 2017

Portugal has won the 62nd Eurovision Song Contest with the song “Amar Pelos Dois” (Love for the both of us) performed by Salvador Sobral. It's the first win for Portugal who have been competing since 1964.

26 countries took part in the Grand Final of the world’s longest running annual television music competition, hosted by EBU Member UA:PBC on Saturday 13 May in Kyiv, Ukraine.

Luisa Sobral, Salvador's sister. wrote the winning song which finished the night with 758 points, 143 points ahead of 2nd placed Bulgaria represented by Kristian Kostov singing "Beautiful Mess". Luisa joined her brother for a reprise of the winning song on stage. Moldova with "Hey Mamma" finished in third place.

On winning Salvador said: "This is a victory for music - music is not fireworks - music is feeling - let's bring music back."

Following the performances of the 26 Grand Finalists, the results of the juries in the 42 participating nations who voted on Friday’s dress rehearsal were given out leaving Portugal in the lead.

This was followed by an exciting sequence where viewers’ televotes for each competing country were combined and added to the scoreboard resulting in a thrilling finale that saw Portugal score the most televotes as well to be declared the winner.

An estimated audience of 200 million will have seen this year's Contest which was broadcast live in the 42 participating countries and in China, Kazakhstan and Kosovo.

Viewers in the United States also saw the Grand Final live for the second year running on LogoTV.

The 26 finalists performed live in front of an audience of  nearly 10,000 inside the International Exhibition Centre in the Ukrainian capital. In total, 42 EBU Members competed in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. 16 nations were knocked out in two Semi-Finals held on 9 and 11 May.

Ukrainian Eurovision winners Jamala (2016) and Ruslana (2004) performed new material during the interval between performances and voting.

The Director General of the EBU Ingrid Deltenre said, “We congratulate Salvador and Portugal on their win. We are thrilled after such a long participation that Portugal has deservedly taken the trophy. Tonight we have seen 26 artists who, true to this year's theme, have celebrated their diversity as well as embodying the values of the Eurovision Song Contest to bridge cultural differences and unite viewers through music.”

EBU Media Director Jean Philip De Tender said about the event: “This year’s Eurovision Song Contest has shown the power of public service media to create shared experiences that millions of viewers in over 40 countries can enjoy together. We are so proud of our team in Kyiv for delivering 3 incredible shows this week and look forward to begin planning next year’s competition in Portugal.”

Around 11,000 people were accredited at the event at on the day of the Grand Final. In total 212 tonnes of technical equipment and over 30 cameras were used inside the Arena to bring the show to the millions watching around the world. 8,000 man hours were spent preparing the event which used 18 Generators to power the venue. 212 microphones and 1816 lighting fixtures were also used on the production.

Over 1,300 journalists from 80 countries were also in the host city Kyiv to cover the event.

The 62nd Eurovision Song Contest was broadcast live in the 42 participating countries by EBU Members: ORF (Austria), PTV (Armenia), RTSH (Albania), ICTIMAI (Azerbaijan), BTRC (Belarus), VRT (Belgium), RTBF (Belgium), BNT (Bulgaria), HRT (Croatia), CyBC (Cyprus), ČT (Czech Republic), DR (Denmark), ERR (Estonia), YLE (Finland), GPB (Georgia), ARD (Germany), ERT (Greece), MTV (Hungary), RÚV (Iceland), RTÉ (Ireland), IBA (Israel), RAI (Italy), LTV (Latvia), LRT (Lithuania), RTCG (Montenegro), MRT (FYR Macedonia), PBS (Malta), TRM (Moldova), RTCG (Montenegro), AVROTROS (The Netherlands), NRK (Norway), TVP (Poland), RTP (Portugal), TVR (Romania), SMRTV (San Marino), RTS (Serbia), RTVSLO (Slovenia), RTVE (Spain), SVT (Sweden), SRG SSR (Switzerland), UA:PBC (Ukraine), BBC (United Kingdom) and Associate Member SBS (Australia).

19 EBU radio members broadcast the Grand Final live: BTRC (Belarus), BNR (Bulgaria), HRTR (Croatia), ERR (Estonia), BR, DKU, NDR, RB, WDR (Germany), RTÉ (Ireland), RAI (Italy), LRT (Lithuania), RTVS (Slovakia), Cadena COPE & SER (Spain), RTVS (Slovakia), SR (Sweden), UA:PBC (Ukraine), and the BBC (United Kingdom). 

The 2017 Eurovision Song Contest was a co-production between the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and UA:PBC.

The full list and profiles of participants for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest, with high resolution photos, can be found on the official website, Eurovision.tv.

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Eurovision 2017: Meet All 43 Contestants from This Year’s Competition

Usually you can count on a Eurovision winner popping up in cheesy dance clubs all across the continent for at least a year before another snazzy pop song takes home the crystal microphone trophy. That might not be the case this year after Salvador Sobral took home the first trophy for his home country of Portugal. His song “Amar Pelos Dois” (which translates to “Love for Both”) is not the typical winner of the contest, which usually goes either to a soaring ballad à la Celine Dion (the 1988 winner) or a catchy synthesizer heavy ditty like ABBA’s “Waterloo” (the 1974 winner). But that doesn’t mean that other contestants didn’t participate in theatrics. Here, a guide to the Eurovision 2017 contestants.

Belgium’s Blanche sang the song, “City Lights” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Israel’s IMRI sang the song “I Feel Alive” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Albania’s Lindita sang the song “World” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Bulgaria’s Kristian Kostov sang the song “Beautiful Mess” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Russia’s Julia Samoylova sang the song “Flame Is Burning” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Greece’s Demy sang the song, “This Is Love” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Portugal’s Salvador Sobral performed the song “Amar Pelos Dois” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Hungary’s Joci Papai sang the song “Origo” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Azerbaijan’s Dihaj sang the song “Skeletons” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Moldova’s Sunstroke Project performed the song “Hey Mamma” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Germany’s Levina performed the song “Perfect Life” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

F.Y.R. Macedonia’s Jana Burcheska sang the song, “Dance Alone” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Italy’s Francesco Gabbani sang the song “Occidentali’s Karma” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Iceland’s Svala performed the song “Paper” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Latvia’s Triana Park performed the song “Line” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Romania’s Ilinca sang the song “Yodel It!” with Alex Florea at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Spain’s Manel Navarro sang “Do It For Your Lover” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Belarus’ Naviband sang the song “Story Of My Life” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Czech Republic’s Martina Bárta sang the song “My Turn” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Artsvik, Armenia’s contestant at the Eurovision 2017 competition, sang the sing “Fly With Me.”

Denmark’s Anja sang the song “Where I Am” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Lithuania’s Fusedmasc sang the song “Rain Of Revolution” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

France’s Alma sang the song “Requiem” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Cyprus’s Hovig sang the song “Gravity” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Ukraine’s O.Torvald performed the song “Time” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Ireland’s Brendan Murray sang the song “Dying To Try” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Poland’s Kasia Moś sang the song “Flashlight” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

United Kingdom’s Lucie Jones sang the song “Never Give Up On You” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Australia’s Isaiah sang the song “Don’t Come Easy” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Norway’s JOWST sang the song “Grab The Moment” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

The Netherlands’ OG3NE performed the song “Lights And Shadows” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Estonia’s Koit Toome & Laura sang the song “Verona” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Slovenia’s Omar Naber performed the song “On My Way” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Sweden’s Robin Bengtsson performed the song “I Can’t Go On” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Finland’s Norma John performed the song “Blackbird” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Serbia’s Tijana Bogićević performed the song “In Too Deep” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Montenegro’s Slavko Kalezić performed the song “Space” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Switzerland’s timebelle performed the song “Apollo” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Malta’s Claudia Faniello sang the song “Breathlessly” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Austria’s Nathan Trent sang “Running On Air” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Croatia’s Jacques Houdek sang the song, “My Friend” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Georgia’s Tamara Gachechiladze performed the song “Keep The Faith” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

San Marino’s Valentina Monetta & Jimmie Wilson performed the song “Spirit Of The Night” at the 2017 Eurovision competition.

Sours: https://www.wmagazine.com/gallery/eurovision-2017-contestants

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