Eurovision 2017: Allocation draw of the semi-final 2 qualifiers

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The 26 finalists of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest are now known! This evening saw the final 10 semi-final qualifiers being determined, joining Tuesday’s semi-final 1 qualifiers together with the ‘Big 5’ members and the host nation, Ukraine.

Following tonight’s live show, the winners’ press conference took place live at the International Exhibition Centre in which tonight’s 10 qualifiers reacted to this evening’s results.

A random draw then took place in order to determine which half of Saturday’s grand final each of tonight’s 10 qualifiers will perform in.

Final allocation draw determined

In this evening’s conference, the 10 qualifiers selected which half of the grand final they will compete in on the 13 May via a random draw, the results being as follows:

  • Bulgaria will compete in the second half of the final
  • Belarus will compete in the first half of the final
  • Croatia will compete in the first half of the final
  • Hungary will compete in the first half of the final
  • Denmark will compete in the first half of the final
  • Israel will compete in the first half of the final
  • Romania will compete in the second half of the final
  • Norway will compete in the second half of the final
  • The Netherlands will compete in the first half of the final
  • Austria will compete in the first half of the final

Which half will each country perform in?

The full allocation draw has been drawn! Here’s a look at which half of the grand final each of the 26 finalists will compete in on Saturday evening.

First half

  • Armenia
  • Austria
  • Azerbaijan
  • Belarus
  • Croatia
  • Denmark
  • Hungary
  • Israel
  • Italy
  • Moldova
  • Netherlands
  • Poland
  • Portugal

Second half

  • Australia
  • Belgium
  • Bulgaria
  • Cyprus
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Norway
  • Romania
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Ukraine (22nd position)
  • United Kingdom

Later this evening, the organisers of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest will meet in order to determine the full running order of the grand final for the 13 May, the results of which will be revealed within the coming hours.

Tomorrow evening sees the jury show of the Eurovision 2017 final in which the first 50% of the final vote will be determined. The remaining 50% will be decided on Saturday evening during the official live broadcast, with both the jury vote and televote being added together in order to determine the winner of the 2017 competition.

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