The semi-finals are over! We are now in the final line to learn who will take the trophy of the Eurovision Song Contest to his country tomorrow in the Grand Final, which is scheduled to be held at 21:00 CET in Kyiv.
The organizers of Eurovision published the running order for tomorrow’s Final during the first hours of the day. The final result of the contest will be determined by the tele-voting and the national juries, both having a 50% stake.
The open rehearsals began a few hours ago, while the next full dress rehearsals are set for the evening, which will also be the jury show. The juries will watch tonight’s show live and will submit their votes to the EBU which will make up 50% of the Final vote.
The remaining 50% will be determined tomorrow evening by the public televote and will be added to the jury votes, proclaiming the winner of the 62nd Eurovision Song Contest.
Let’s go on with the second part!
One of the most highly tipped to be the winner Eurovision 2017 since the victory of Francesco Gabbani in the Sanremo Festival. In the first dress rehearsal of the day, he doesn’t wear his final outfit, but the spectacle is once more impressive!
One more pretty sure qualifier of the second semi-final, Anja Nissen from Denmark performs exactly in the same way as in her country’s national final. In her red dress and alone on stage, she brings Denmark back in the game!
One more favourite who claims to be the winner of the contest, Salvador Sobral is the only participant to sing his ballad entry Amar pelos dois on the smaller stage.
Next on stage is Azerbaijan, one of the most powerful interpretations of this year’s contest. A well-made staging and an inspirational story ready to bring Azerbaijan high in the scoreboard.
The Mr. Voice of Croatia Jacques Houdek managed to qualify for the Final. With his excellent vocal abilities, he is rehearsing on stage and tries his best for his country.
Australia will make its third appearance to a Final after their debut in 2015. Isaiah takes to the stage with his entry Don’t come easy.
The Greek “princess of Pop” Demy makes a water-based performance inspired by the well-known to Eurovision choreographer Fokas Evagelinos. Singing her uptempo song This is love, the Greek hopeful stir up the audience in the first semi-final, as she will do tomorrow!
The Spanish entrant Manel Navarro rehearses for his tomorrow’s performance in a completely summer and exotic mood, as he did in his music video. Summer 2017 is coming a little earlier!
The Scandinavian country is up next for rehearsal. They perform together with a mix of pink and white lightings and the black of the stage. Electronic instruments characterize the song Grab the moment.
Videos courtesy from ESCKAZ