Eurovision Song Contest 2017: Second Semi Finals

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The final night of the Eurovision Song Contest before the big finale took place in Kiev tonight to establish which of the remaining acts who had not yet performed would pass through to the final and battle it out for Eurovision Song Contest winners of 2017. With the big 5 already qualified for the final, as well as last years winners Ukraine, here is the list of those who did and didn’t qualify for the final on Saturday.


AUSTRIA

Nathan Trent – Running on Air

BELARUS

Naviband – Story of My Life

BULGARIA

Kristian Kostov – Beautiful Mess

CROATIA

Jacques Houdek – My Friend

DENMARK

Anja – Where I Am

ESTONIA

Koit Toome & Laura – Verona

F.Y.R. MACEDONIA

Jana Burčeska – Dance Alone

HUNGARY

Joci Pápai – Origo

IRELAND

Brendan Murray – Dying to Try

ISRAEL

IMRI – I Feel Alive

LITHUANIA

Fusedmarc – Rain of Revolution

MALTA

Claudia Faniello – Breathlessly

NORWAY

JOWST feat. Aleksander Walmann – Grab The Moment

ROMANIA

Ilinca feat. Alex Florea – Yodel It!

RUSSIA*

Julia Samoylova – Flame Is Burning*

SAN MARINO

Valentina Monetta & Jimmie Wilson – Spirit of the Night

SERBIA

Tijana Bogićević – In Too Deep

SWITZERLAND

Timebelle – Apollo

THE NETHERLANDS

OG3NE – Lights & Shadows


So that’s it! This year’s line up for the Eurovision final has been set and now we wait to see who are this year’s winners. Let the Eurovision Song Contest begin!

You can find out how and where to view via the Eurovision website via the link below. You may also catch up on behind the scenes, view more about the artists and their songs, and buy the official Eurovision album for this year, plus a lot more!


DISCOVER EUROVISION

Official webpage
YouTube
Download the Eurovision App

The first semi-final will be hosted live on Tuesday, 9th May.
The second semi-final will be hosted live on Thursday, 11th May.
The grand final will be hosted live on Saturday, 13th May.

Check the Eurovision website to see where you can watch the biggest party in Europe on the night!

Please note: All reviews and predictions are all strictly down to opinion. The voting happens live during the events and any predictions that are correct is down to pure coincidence.

*Russia’s participation was forfeited this year due to Ukrainian laws. Although the EBU and the Eurovision’s views do not condone these events, Ukrainian laws are respected. Russia was offered a live satellite performance but instead, they won’t be participating in this year’s competition. You can read the official statement from the EBU by clicking here.

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