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Moments ago, the running order for the Grand Final on the 10 May was set.

Over the past week, participants drew which part of the final they would perform, and now Danish broadcaster DR and the EBU have announced the final running order for the Grand event on Saturday.

  1. [Ukraine] Ukraine – Introducing | Interview
  2. [Belarus] Belarus Introducing | Interview
  3. [Azerbaijan] Azerbaijan – Introducing | Interview
  4. [Iceland] Iceland – Introducing | Interview
  5. [Norway] Norway Introducing | Interview
  6. [Romania] Romania Introducing | Interview
  7. [Armenia] Armenia – Introducing | Interview
  8. [Montenegro] Montenegro – Introducing | Interview
  9. [Poland] Poland Introducing
  10. [Greece] Greece Introducing | Interview
  11. [Austria] Austria Introducing
  12. [Germany] Germany – Introducing
  13. [Sweden] Sweden – Introducing
  14. [France] France – Introducing
  15. [Russia] Russia – Introducing
  16. [Italy] Italy – Introducing
  17. [Slovenia] Slovenia Introducing | Interview
  18. [Finland] Finland Introducing | Interview
  19. [Spain] Spain – Introducing | Interview
  20. [Switzerland] Switzerland Introducing Interview
  21. [Hungary] Hungary – Introducing | Interview
  22. [Malta] Malta Introducing | Interview
  23. [Denmark] Denmark – Introducing
  24. [The Netherlands] The Netherlands – Introducing
  25. [San Marino] San Marino – Introducing | Interview
  26. [United Kingdom] United Kingdom – Introducing
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Here’s a preview of what to expect on Saturday:

 

What do you think of the running order? Who is your favourite to win the contest on Saturday?

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