First finalists of Eurovision 2017 determined
10.05.2017 15:18 "Agro Perspectiva" (Kyiv) —
First ten finalists of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 have been determined following the first semi-final, which took place at the International Exhibition Center in Kyiv as of May 9, Ukrinform reports.
As to the report, the representatives of Moldova (Sunstroke Project), Azerbaijan (Dihaj), Greece (Demy), Sweden (Robin Bengtsson) , Portugal (Salvador Sobral), Poland (Kasia Mos), Armenia (Artsvik), Australia (Isaiah), Cyprus (Hovig) and Belgium (Blanche) scored the highest points from spectators and members of the national juries, and so will perform their songs in the grand final as of May 13.
As to the report, other ten participants within the ESC 2017 grand final will be determined following the second semi-final.
In addition, the representatives of the ‘Big Five’ (the Great Britain, Italy, Spain, France, Germany) and the host country (Ukraine) will also perform within the grand final.