ESC KYIV 2017 (62ª)

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  • Dates – Grand Final: Saturday, 13 May 2017 – 21:00 CEST
  • Host – Venue & Location: International Exhibition Centre (Міжнародний виставковий центр), Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Presenter (s): Oleksandr Oleksandrovych Skichko (Олександр Олександрович Скічко), Volodymyr Valeriyovych Ostapchuk (Володимир Валерійович Остапчук) & Timur Valeriyovych Miroshnychenko (Тімур Валерійович Мірошниченко)
  • Musical Director:
  • Director: Troels Lund, Alexander Kolb, Ladislaus Kiraly
  • Executive Producer: Pavlo Grytsak
  • Executive Supervisor: Jon Ola Sand
  • Multicamera Director:
  • Host broadcaster: National Television Company of Ukraine (NTU) | Національна Телекомпанія України – Natsionalna Telekompaniya Ukrayiny (HTKY; UA:Перший)
  • Opening Act: Flag parade introducing the 26 finalist countries.
  • Interval Act: “It’s Magical” performed by Ruslana (Руслана); Megamix by Onuka and NAOFI (National Academic Orchestra of Folk Instruments of Ukraine); “I Believe in U” performed by Jamala (Джамала) together with Anna Kuksa, Naile Ibraimova and Kemi Oke.
  • Motto: “Celebrate Diversity” (Шануймо розмаїття)
  • Participants – Number of entries: 42: Final 26 [🇱🇹 Lithuania (10ª), 🇮🇱 Israel (28ª), 🇫🇷 France (49ª), 🇸🇪 Sweden (46ª), 🇭🇷 Croatia (16ª), 🇵🇹 Portugal (40ª), 🇮🇸 Iceland (22ª), 🇬🇷 Greece (28ª), 🇦🇲 Armenia (4ª), 🇷🇺 Russia (12ª), 🇦🇿 Azerbaijan (2ª), 🇧🇦 Bosnia and Herzegovina (14ª), Moldova (5ª), 🇲🇹 Malta (21ª), 🇪🇪 Estonia (14ª), 🇩🇰 Denmark (38ª), 🇩🇪 Germany (49ª), 🇹🇷 Turkey (30ª), 🇦🇱 Albania (6ª), 🇳🇴 Norway (45ª), 🇺🇦 Ukraine (7ª), 🇷🇴 Romania (11ª), 🇬🇧 United Kindom (48ª), 🇫🇮 Finland (40ª), 🇪🇸 Spain (45ª)]; First Semi-Final 18 [🇲🇪 Montenegro (3ª), 🇨🇿 Czech Republic (3ª), 🇧🇪 Belgium (48ª), Belarus (6ª), 🇸🇪 Sweden (46ª), 🇦🇲 Armenia (4ª), Andorra (6ª), 🇨🇭 Switzerland (48ª), 🇹🇷 Turkey (30ª), 🇮🇱 Israel (28ª), 🇧🇬 Bulgaria (5ª), 🇮🇸 Iceland (22ª), 🇲🇰 FYRO Macedonia (9ª), 🇷🇴 Romania (11ª), 🇫🇮 Finland (40ª), 🇵🇹 Portugal (40ª), 🇲🇹 Malta (21ª), 🇧🇦 Bosnia and Herzegovina (14ª)]; Second Semi-Final 18 [🇭🇷 Croatia (16ª), 🇮🇪 Ireland (40ª), 🇱🇻 Latvia (9ª), 🇷🇸 Serbia (4ª), 🇵🇱 Poland (14ª), 🇳🇴 Norway (45ª), 🇨🇾 Cyprus (27ª), 🇸🇰 Slovakia (4ª), 🇩🇰 Denmark (38ª), 🇸🇮 Slovenia (14ª), 🇭🇺 Hungary (8ª)🇦🇿 Azerbaijan (2ª), 🇬🇷 Greece (28ª), 🇱🇹 Lithuania (10ª), 🇲🇩 Moldova (5ª), 🇦🇱 Albania (6ª), 🇺🇦 Ukraine (7ª), 🇪🇪 Estonia (14ª), 🇳🇱 The Netherlands (47ª)]
  • Debuting countries:
  • Return: Portogallo
  • Non-returning countries
  • Vote – Voting system: Each country awards two sets of 12, 10, 8–1 points to 10 songs: the first–from a professional jury, the second–from viewers..
  • Nil Points: — [a]
  • Winning song: 1f3c6 “Amar pelos dois” – Salvador Sobral –   Portugal ()

About/Overview. The 2017 Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Ukraine’s capital city, Kyiv, which previously hosted the competition in 2005, as well as the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2009 and 2013. The right to host the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest came after Jamala won the 2016 edition in Stockholm with her song 1944.

42 countries will compete in the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest including Romania and Portugal who are returning to the competition after a year’s absence. The 2017 contest will be a special one for Austria, Denmark and the United Kingdom which are celebrating the 60th anniversary of their first participation in 1957. Kyiv was announced as Host City in September 2016 following a competitive city bid process. The decision was made after six candidate cities originally presented their bids to the Organising Committee of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest; Kharkiv, Kherson and Lviv, Kyiv, Dnipro and Odesa. The committee and representatives from the EBU then reviewed and inspected the final city hopefuls and declared Kyiv the winner. The International Exhibition Centre, the venue for the contest, has capacity for up to 11,000 spectators.

Finale:

Finale

ORDINE
PAESE
INTERPRETE(I)
CANZONE – TRADUZIONE
PUNTEGGIO
POSIZIONE
01
Flag of Belgium VRT
Laura Tesoro
What’s The Pressure (Pourquoi tant de pression?)
181 10
02
Flag of Czech Republic ČT
Gabriela Gunčíková
I Stand ( (Stojím dál)
041 25
03 Flag of The Netherlands AVROTROS Douwe Bob
Slow Down (Vertragen)
153 11
04 Flag of Azerbaijan İctimai Samra  (Səmra)
Miracle  (Möcüzə)
117 17
05
Flag of Hungary MTV
Freddie (Gábor Alfréd Fehérvári)
Pioneer  (Úttörő)
108 19
06
Flag of Italy RAI
Francesca Michielin
No Degree Of Separation (Nessun grado di separazione)
124 16
07
Flag of Israel IBA
Hovi Star (חובי סטאר‎‎)
Made Of Stars (עשויים מכוכבים)
135 14
08
Flag of Bulgaria BNT
Poli Genova (Поли Генова)
If Love Was A Crime (Ако любовта беше престъпление)
307 04
09
Flag of Sweden SVT
Frans
If I Were Sorry (Om  jag var ledsen)
261 05
10
Flag of Germany NDR
Jamie-Lee (Jamie-Lee Kriewitz) Ghost (Geist) 011 26
11
Flag of France France 2
Amir (Amir Haddad,עמיר חדד)
J’ai cherché ( I Searched; I have been looking for)
257 06
12
Flag of Poland TVP
Michał Szpak
Color Of Your Life (Kolor Twojego życia)
229 08
13
Flag of Australia SBS
Dami Im (임다미) 511 02
14 Flag of Cyprus CyBC Minus One
Alter Ego (Το άλλο μου εγώ)
096 21
15
Flag of Serbia RTS
Sanja Vučić ZAA (Сања Вучић ZAA)
Goodbye (Shelter) [Довиђења (Склониште), Doviđenja (Sklonište)]
115 18
16 Flag of Lithuania LRT Donny Montell
I’ve Been Waiting for This Night (Aš laukiau šios nakties)
200 09
17
Flag of Croatia HRT
Nina Kraljić
Lighthouse (Svjetionik)
073 23
18
Flag of Russia RTR
Sergey Lazarev (Серге́й Ла́зарев)
You Are The Only One (Ты — единственная)
491 03
19
Flag of Spain TVE
Barei
Say Yay! (¡Di que sí!)
077 22
20
Flag of Latvia LTV
Justs
Heartbeat (Sirdspuksti)
132 15
21
Flag of Ukraine NTU
Jamala (Camala, Джамала)
1944 (Ey, güzel Qırım)
534 01
22
Flag of Malta PBS
Ira Losco
Walk On Water (Timxi fuq l-ilma)
153 12
23
Flag of Georgia GPB
Nika Kocharov and Young Georgian Lolitaz (ნიკა კოჩაროვი & Young Georgian Lolitaz)
Midnight Gold (შუაღამის ოქრო)
104 20
24 Flag of Austria ÖRF ZOË
Loin d’ici (Far from here, Weit weg von hier)
151 13
25
Flag of United Kingdom BBC
Joe and Jake (Joe Woolford & Jake Shakeshaft) 062 24
26
Flag of Armenia AMPTV
Iveta Mukuchyan (Իվետա Մուկուչյան)
LoveWave (Սիրո ալիք)
249 07

  • Dates – First Semi-Final: Tuesday, 09 May 2017 – 21:00 CEST
  • Host – Venue & Location: International Exhibition Centre (Міжнародний виставковий центр), Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Presenter (s): Oleksandr Oleksandrovych Skichko (Олександр Олександрович Скічко), Volodymyr Valeriyovych Ostapchuk (Володимир Валерійович Остапчук) & Timur Valeriyovych Miroshnychenko (Тімур Валерійович Мірошниченко)
  • Musical Director:
  • Director: Troels Lund, Alexander Kolb, Ladislaus Kiraly
  • Executive Producer: Pavlo Grytsak
  • Executive Supervisor: Jon Ola Sand
  • Multicamera Director:
  • Host broadcaster: National Television Company of Ukraine (NTU) | Національна Телекомпанія України – Natsionalna Telekompaniya Ukrayiny (HTKY; UA:Перший)
  • Opening Act: “Spinning” performed by Monatik.
  • Interval Act: “1944” and “Zamanyly” performed by Jamala.
  • Motto: “Celebrate Diversity” (Шануймо розмаїття)
  • Participants – Number of entries: 42: Final 26 [🇱🇹 Lithuania (10ª), 🇮🇱 Israel (28ª), 🇫🇷 France (49ª), 🇸🇪 Sweden (46ª), 🇭🇷 Croatia (16ª), 🇵🇹 Portugal (40ª), 🇮🇸 Iceland (22ª), 🇬🇷 Greece (28ª), 🇦🇲 Armenia (4ª), 🇷🇺 Russia (12ª), 🇦🇿 Azerbaijan (2ª), 🇧🇦 Bosnia and Herzegovina (14ª), Moldova (5ª), 🇲🇹 Malta (21ª), 🇪🇪 Estonia (14ª), 🇩🇰 Denmark (38ª), 🇩🇪 Germany (49ª), 🇹🇷 Turkey (30ª), 🇦🇱 Albania (6ª), 🇳🇴 Norway (45ª), 🇺🇦 Ukraine (7ª), 🇷🇴 Romania (11ª), 🇬🇧 United Kindom (48ª), 🇫🇮 Finland (40ª), 🇪🇸 Spain (45ª)]; First Semi-Final 18 [🇲🇪 Montenegro (3ª), 🇨🇿 Czech Republic (3ª), 🇧🇪 Belgium (48ª), Belarus (6ª), 🇸🇪 Sweden (46ª), 🇦🇲 Armenia (4ª), Andorra (6ª), 🇨🇭 Switzerland (48ª), 🇹🇷 Turkey (30ª), 🇮🇱 Israel (28ª), 🇧🇬 Bulgaria (5ª), 🇮🇸 Iceland (22ª), 🇲🇰 FYRO Macedonia (9ª), 🇷🇴 Romania (11ª), 🇫🇮 Finland (40ª), 🇵🇹 Portugal (40ª), 🇲🇹 Malta (21ª), 🇧🇦 Bosnia and Herzegovina (14ª)]; Second Semi-Final 18 [🇭🇷 Croatia (16ª), 🇮🇪 Ireland (40ª), 🇱🇻 Latvia (9ª), 🇷🇸 Serbia (4ª), 🇵🇱 Poland (14ª), 🇳🇴 Norway (45ª), 🇨🇾 Cyprus (27ª), 🇸🇰 Slovakia (4ª), 🇩🇰 Denmark (38ª), 🇸🇮 Slovenia (14ª), 🇭🇺 Hungary (8ª)🇦🇿 Azerbaijan (2ª), 🇬🇷 Greece (28ª), 🇱🇹 Lithuania (10ª), 🇲🇩 Moldova (5ª), 🇦🇱 Albania (6ª), 🇺🇦 Ukraine (7ª), 🇪🇪 Estonia (14ª), 🇳🇱 The Netherlands (47ª)]
  • Debuting countries:
  • Return: Portogallo
  • Non-returning countries
  • Vote – Voting system: Each country awards two sets of 12, 10, 8–1 points to 10 songs: the first–from a professional jury, the second–from viewers..
  • Nil Points: — [a]
  • Winning song: 1f3c6 “Amar pelos dois” – Salvador Sobral –  Portugal (1ª)

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About/Overview. The 2017 Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Ukraine’s capital city, Kyiv, which previously hosted the competition in 2005, as well as the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2009 and 2013. The right to host the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest came after Jamala won the 2016 edition in Stockholm with her song 1944.

42 countries will compete in the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest including Romania and Portugal who are returning to the competition after a year’s absence. The 2017 contest will be a special one for Austria, Denmark and the United Kingdom which are celebrating the 60th anniversary of their first participation in 1957. Kyiv was announced as Host City in September 2016 following a competitive city bid process. The decision was made after six candidate cities originally presented their bids to the Organising Committee of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest; Kharkiv, Kherson and Lviv, Kyiv, Dnipro and Odesa. The committee and representatives from the EBU then reviewed and inspected the final city hopefuls and declared Kyiv the winner. The International Exhibition Centre, the venue for the contest, has capacity for up to 11,000 spectators.

Prima Semi-Finale: 

ORDINE
PAESE
INTERPRETE(I)
CANZONE – TRADUZIONE
PUNTEGGIO
POSIZIONE
01 Flag of Finland YLE Sandhja Sing It Away (Laula se pois) 051 15
02
Flag of Greece ERT
Argo (Europond) Utopian Land (Ουτοπική γη) 044 16
03 Flag of Moldova TRM Lidia Isac Falling Stars (Stele căzătoare) 033 17
04
Flag of Hungary MTV
Freddie (Gábor Alfréd Fehérvári) Pioneer (Úttörő) 197 04
05 Flag of Croatia HRT Nina Kraljić Lighthouse (Svetionik) 133 10
06 Flag of The Netherlands AVROTROS Douwe Bob Slow Down (Vertragen) 197 05
07 Flag of Armenia AMPTV Iveta Mukuchyan (Իվետա Մուկուչյան) LoveWave (Սիրո ալիք) 243 02
08 Flag of San Marino SMRTV Serhat I Didn’t Know (Non sapevo) 068 12
09
Flag of Russia RTR
Sergey Lazarev (Серге́й Ла́зарев) You Are The Only One (Ты — единственная) 342 01
10 Flag of Czech Republic ČT Gabriela Gunčíková I Stand (Stojím dál) 161 09
11 Flag of Cyprus CyBC Minus One Alter Ego (Το Άλλο μου Εγώ) 164 08
12 Flag of Austria ÖRF ZOË
Loin d’ici (Far from here)
170 07
13 Flag of Estonia ERR Jüri Pootsmann Play (Mängima) 024 18
14  Flag of Azerbaijan İctimai Samra (Səmra) Miracle (Möcüzə) 185 06
15 Flag of Montenegro RTCG Highway The Real Thing (Права ствар, Prava stvar) 060 13
16 Flag of Iceland RÚV Greta Salóme Hear Them Calling (Raddirnar) 051 14
17 Flag of Bosnia & Herzegovina BHRT Dalal & Deen feat. Ana Rucner and Jala (Далал и Дин, Ана Руцнер и Џала; Dalal Midhat-Talakić & Fuad Backović feat. Ana Rucner & Jasmin Fazlić; Далал Мидхат Талакић и Фуад Бацковић и Ана Руцнер и Јасмин Фазлић) Ljubav Je (Љубав је, Love is) 104 11
18 Flag of Malta PBS Ira Losco Walk On Water (Timxi fuq l-ilma) 209 03

  • Dates – Second Semi-Final: Thursday, 11 May 2017 – 21:00 CEST
  • Host – Venue & Location: International Exhibition Centre (Міжнародний виставковий центр), Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Presenter (s): Oleksandr Oleksandrovych Skichko (Олександр Олександрович Скічко), Volodymyr Valeriyovych Ostapchuk (Володимир Валерійович Остапчук) & Timur Valeriyovych Miroshnychenko (Тімур Валерійович Мірошниченко)
  • Musical Director:
  • Director: Troels Lund, Alexander Kolb, Ladislaus Kiraly
  • Executive Producer: Pavlo Grytsak
  • Executive Supervisor: Jon Ola Sand
  • Multicamera Director:
  • Host broadcaster: National Television Company of Ukraine (NTU) | Національна Телекомпанія України – Natsionalna Telekompaniya Ukrayiny (HTKY; UA:Перший)
  • Opening Act:Medley of past Eurovision songs performed by Oleksandr Skichko and Volodymyr Ostapchuk.
  • Interval Act: Apache Crew performing “The Children’s Courtyard”.
  • Motto: “Celebrate Diversity” (Шануймо розмаїття)
  • Participants – Number of entries: 42: Final 26 [🇱🇹 Lithuania (10ª), 🇮🇱 Israel (28ª), 🇫🇷 France (49ª), 🇸🇪 Sweden (46ª), 🇭🇷 Croatia (16ª), 🇵🇹 Portugal (40ª), 🇮🇸 Iceland (22ª), 🇬🇷 Greece (28ª), 🇦🇲 Armenia (4ª), 🇷🇺 Russia (12ª), 🇦🇿 Azerbaijan (2ª), 🇧🇦 Bosnia and Herzegovina (14ª), Moldova (5ª), 🇲🇹 Malta (21ª), 🇪🇪 Estonia (14ª), 🇩🇰 Denmark (38ª), 🇩🇪 Germany (49ª), 🇹🇷 Turkey (30ª), 🇦🇱 Albania (6ª), 🇳🇴 Norway (45ª), 🇺🇦 Ukraine (7ª), 🇷🇴 Romania (11ª), 🇬🇧 United Kindom (48ª), 🇫🇮 Finland (40ª), 🇪🇸 Spain (45ª)]; First Semi-Final 18 [🇲🇪 Montenegro (3ª), 🇨🇿 Czech Republic (3ª), 🇧🇪 Belgium (48ª), Belarus (6ª), 🇸🇪 Sweden (46ª), 🇦🇲 Armenia (4ª), Andorra (6ª), 🇨🇭 Switzerland (48ª), 🇹🇷 Turkey (30ª), 🇮🇱 Israel (28ª), 🇧🇬 Bulgaria (5ª), 🇮🇸 Iceland (22ª), 🇲🇰 FYRO Macedonia (9ª), 🇷🇴 Romania (11ª), 🇫🇮 Finland (40ª), 🇵🇹 Portugal (40ª), 🇲🇹 Malta (21ª), 🇧🇦 Bosnia and Herzegovina (14ª)]; Second Semi-Final 18 [🇭🇷 Croatia (16ª), 🇮🇪 Ireland (40ª), 🇱🇻 Latvia (9ª), 🇷🇸 Serbia (4ª), 🇵🇱 Poland (14ª), 🇳🇴 Norway (45ª), 🇨🇾 Cyprus (27ª), 🇸🇰 Slovakia (4ª), 🇩🇰 Denmark (38ª), 🇸🇮 Slovenia (14ª), 🇭🇺 Hungary (8ª)🇦🇿 Azerbaijan (2ª), 🇬🇷 Greece (28ª), 🇱🇹 Lithuania (10ª), 🇲🇩 Moldova (5ª), 🇦🇱 Albania (6ª), 🇺🇦 Ukraine (7ª), 🇪🇪 Estonia (14ª), 🇳🇱 The Netherlands (47ª)]
  • Debuting countries:
  • Return: Portogallo
  • Non-returning countries
  • Vote – Voting system: Each country awards two sets of 12, 10, 8–1 points to 10 songs: the first–from a professional jury, the second–from viewers..
  • Nil Points: — [a]
  • Winning song: 1f3c6 “Beautiful Mess” – Kristian Kostov –  Bulgaria (1ª)

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About/Overview. The 2017 Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Ukraine’s capital city, Kyiv, which previously hosted the competition in 2005, as well as the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2009 and 2013. The right to host the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest came after Jamala won the 2016 edition in Stockholm with her song 1944.

42 countries will compete in the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest including Romania and Portugal who are returning to the competition after a year’s absence. The 2017 contest will be a special one for Austria, Denmark and the United Kingdom which are celebrating the 60th anniversary of their first participation in 1957. Kyiv was announced as Host City in September 2016 following a competitive city bid process. The decision was made after six candidate cities originally presented their bids to the Organising Committee of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest; Kharkiv, Kherson and Lviv, Kyiv, Dnipro and Odesa. The committee and representatives from the EBU then reviewed and inspected the final city hopefuls and declared Kyiv the winner. The International Exhibition Centre, the venue for the contest, has capacity for up to 11,000 spectators.

Seconda Semi-Finale: 

ORDINE
PAESE
INTERPRETE(I)
CANZONE – TRADUZIONE
PUNTEGGIO
POSIZIONE
01
Flag of Latvia LTV
Justs
Heartbeat (Sirdspuksti)
132 08
02
Flag of Poland TVP
Michał Szpak
Color Of Your Life (Kolor Twojego życia)
151 06
03
Flag of Switzerland SSR SRG
Rykka
The Last Of Our Kind (Die Letzten unserer Art, Les derniers de notre genre, Gli ultimi della nostra specie)
028 18
04
Flag of Israel IBA
Hovi Star (חובי סטאר‎‎)
Made Of Stars (עשויים מכוכבים)
147 07
05 Flag of Belarus BTRC IVAN (Alexander Ivanov, Аляксандр Іваноў)
Help You Fly (Дапамагу табе лётаць, Помочь тебе летать)
084 12
06 Flag of Serbia RTS Sanja Vučić ZAA (Сања Вучић ZAA)
Goodbye (Shelter) [Довиђења (Склониште), Doviđenja (Sklonište); Iza osmeha, Иза осмеха]
105 10
07
Flag of Ireland RTÉ
Nicky Byrne
Sunlight (Solas na Greine)
046 15
08
Flag of F.Y.R. Macedonia MKRTV
Kaliopi (Калиопи) Dona (Дона) 088 11
09
Flag of Lithuania LRT
Donny Montell
I’ve Been Waiting for This Night ( (Aš laukiau šios nakties)
222 04
10
Flag of Australia SBS
Dami Im (임다미) 330 01
11
Flag of Slovenia RTVSLO
ManuElla (Manuela Brečko)
Blue And Red (Modra in rdeča)
057 14
12
Flag of Bulgaria BNT
Poli Genova (Поли Генова)
If Love Was A Crime (Ако любовта беше престъпление)
220 05
13
Flag of Denmark DR
Lighthouse X
Soldiers Of Love (Kærlighedssoldater)
034 17
14
Flag of Ukraine NTU
Jamala (Camala, Джамала) 287 02
15 Flag of Norway NRK Agnete
Icebreaker (Isbryter)
063 13
16
Flag of Georgia GPB
Nika Kocharov and Young Georgian Lolitaz (ნიკა კოჩაროვი & Young Georgian Lolitaz)
Midnight Gold (შუაღამის ოქრო)
123 09
17
Flag of Albania RTSH
Eneda Tarifa
Fairytale (Përrallë)
045 16
18
Flag of Belgium VRT
Laura Tesoro
What’s The Pressure (Pourquoi se presser?)
274 03

I finalisti della Seconda Semifinale furono: 

Missed participation

  • 2016 | Germania: “?” () – Xavier Naidoo.

Participation map

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Transmitirá a 2º semifinal noutro horário. Participating countries Transmitirá a Final em direto. Did not qualify from the semi final Transmitirá a 1º semifinal em direto. Countries that participated in the past but not in 2017

ESC 2017 Scoreboard Grand Final Ι Detailed voting results:

Final:

Finale voting 2016

ESC 2017 Scoreboard First Semi-Final Ι Detailed voting results:

First Semi-Final:

Semifinale 1 voting 2016

ESC 2017 Scoreboard Second Semi-Final Ι Detailed voting results:

Second Semi-Final:

Semifinale 2 voting 2016

The Eurovision Song Contest 2017 was the 62nd edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. It took place in KyivUkraine, following the country’s victory at the 2016 contest with the song “1944” by Jamala. Organised by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and host broadcaster Public Broadcasting Company of Ukraine (UA:PBC), the contest was held at the International Exhibition Centre and consisted of two semi-finals on 9 and 11 May, and a final on 13 May 2017. The three live shows were presented by Ukrainian television presenters Oleksandr SkichkoVolodymyr Ostapchuk and Timur Miroshnychenko, being the first contest since the inaugural 1956 edition without a female host.

Forty-two countries participated in the contest. Portugal and Romania returned to the contest after a year’s absence, while Bosnia and Herzegovina did not participate on financial grounds. Russia had originally planned to participate, but later withdrew after its representative, Julia Samoylova, was banned from entering Ukraine by virtue of having travelled directly from Russia to Crimea, a region that was annexed by Russia in 2014, to give a performance, which is illegal under Ukrainian law.

The winner was Portugal with the song “Amar pelos dois“, performed by Salvador Sobral and written by his sister Luísa Sobral. This was Portugal’s first victory in the contest – and first top-five placing – in 53 years of participation, the longest winless run by a country in Eurovision history. It was also the first winning song entirely performed in a country’s native language since Serbia‘s “Molitva” in 2007, and the first winner written in triple metre since Norway‘s “Nocturne” in 1995BulgariaMoldovaBelgium and Sweden rounded out the top five. The top three countries – Portugal, Bulgaria and Moldova – all achieved their highest placings in their Eurovision history, while host country Ukraine received its worst placing to date, finishing 24th in the final. Out of the “Big Five” countries, only Italy, the pre-contest favourite,[1] finished in the top ten, coming in sixth place.

The EBU reported that 182 million viewers worldwide watched the contest, 22 million fewer than the 2016 record.

1Location

1.1Venue The contest took place in the International Exhibition Centre in Kyiv, following Ukraine’s victory at the 2016 contest with the song “1944”, written and performed by Jamala. The International Exhibition Centre has a capacity of approximately 11,000 attendees and is the largest exhibition centre in Kyiv.[2] Located in the western part of the Livoberezhna microdistrict, the centre was opened in October 2002, and its head since its construction was Anatoly Tkachenko.[2]

1.2Bidding phase

The Deputy Chief of host broadcaster Public Broadcasting Company of Ukraine (UA:PBC) and Head of Delegation for Ukraine, Viktoria Romanova, stated on 18 May 2016 that the first organisational meeting for the contest would take place before 8 June, during which the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and UA:PBC would go through the technical requirements for the contest, as well as any training required for the contest to take place in Ukraine. Romanova also announced that the venue for the contest would be announced over the summer.[3][4][5]

UA:PBC and the Ukrainian Government formally launched the bidding process for interested cities to apply to host the contest on 23 June.[6][7] The selection of the host city was scheduled to be conducted in four stages:

  • 24 June – 8 July: Interested cities were formally invited to submit their bids.
  • 8–15 July: A working group within UA:PBC and a government-appointed Local Organisational Committee (LOC) headed by Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman reviewed submitted bids prior to their formal presentation.
  • 18–22 July: Candidate cities formally presented their bids to the LOC. The bids of three cities were shortlisted and handed over to the EBU.
  • 22 July – 1 August: The three shortlisted cities were inspected by representatives from the EBU and LOC to explore their infrastructure and implementation of their bids. A press conference was initially planned to be held during this period to announce the selection results and the host city.

The following criteria were outlined for the selection of the host city:[8]

  • The venue must be covered with a capacity of at least 7,000 but ideally up to 10,000 attendees.
  • An international press centre must be able to accommodate no less than 1,550 journalists.
  • Venues must also be provided for the opening and closing ceremonies of at least 3,000 attendees.
  • The host city must have fairly priced hotel rooms to European standards, that are located in close proximity to the venue and the city centre. At least 2,000 hotel rooms must be provided: 1,000 for participating delegations and 1,000 for accredited media and fans.
  • The host city must be able to guarantee the safety and security of participants, members of delegations and guests.
  • The host city must have modern transport infrastructure: an international airport and readily available transport between the airport, the city and hotels, in addition to convenient traffic in the city and the opportunity to provide additional transport routes.
  • The host city must provide a social program alongside their bid, showcasing the hospitality, originality, cultural values and identity of both the city and Ukraine.

Six cities submitted applications by the deadline of 8 July: DniproKharkivKhersonKyivLviv and Odessa.[9] Prior to the opening of the bidding process, the cities of CherkasyIrpinUzhhorod and Vinnytsia had declared their interest in hosting the contest, but did not submit a formal bid.[10][11] Ukrainian Culture Minister Yevhen Nyshchuk stated on 30 June that an appropriate venue for the contest does not exist in Ukraine, suggesting that the construction of a new venue in Kyiv or Lviv should be considered.[12]

The six candidate cities were officially presented to the LOC on 20 July in a two-hour live discussion show titled City Battle, broadcast from the UA:Pershyi studios in Kyiv and moderated by Timur Miroshnychenko, with radio commentary from Olena Zelinchenko. The show was broadcast on UA:Pershyi, Radio Ukraine and the UA:Pershyi YouTube channel with commentary in English and Ukrainian. During the show, a representative from each candidate city presented its bid in front of a live studio audience:[13]

  • Dnipro: Borys Filatov (City Mayor)
  • Kharkiv: Ihor Terekhov (Deputy City Mayor)
  • Kherson: Volodymyr Mykolaienko (City Mayor)
  • Kyiv: Oleksii Reznikov (Deputy Head of City State Administration)
  • Lviv: Andrii Moskalenko (Deputy City Mayor)
  • Odessa: Pavlo Vugelman (Deputy City Mayor)

Members of the LOC, media representatives, Ukrainian musical experts and fans also participated in the discussion.

1.3Host selection

UA:PBC announced on 22 July that the bids from Dnipro, Kyiv and Odessa had been shortlisted for further consideration.[14]

The EBU announced on 30 July that the host city would be announced “in due course”, rather than on the previously stated date of 1 August, with Executive Supervisor of the contest Jon Ola Sand stating that the EBU “really want to take the time it takes to come up with the right decision”.[15] The Deputy General Director of UA:PBC, Oleksandr Kharebin, stated on 10 August that the host city would be announced on Ukrainian Independence Day, 24 August.[16] The announcement was later scheduled to take place on 25 August; however, it was postponed at 14:00 EEST, one hour before it was due to take place, with NTU citing the need to further consider some fine details regarding the decision.[17]

After several delays in announcing the host city, UA:PBC announced on 8 September that they would be meeting with the Ukrainian Government and the LOC on 9 September and that a press conference to announce the host city was scheduled to take place at 13:00 EEST on the same day from the Government Press Centre in Kyiv. Kyiv was announced as the host city for the contest with the International Exhibition Centre selected as the venue.[18][19]

Key  †  Host venue  ‡  Shortlisted

City[20] Venue Notes
Dnipro DniproEuroArena ‡ Proposal included the complete reconstruction of the Meteor Stadium and Sports Complex Meteor, which would have been completed by March 2017.[21] Withdrew after the host city announcement being postponed for a fourth time.
Kharkiv Metalist Oblast Sports Complex Hosted three group stage matches of UEFA Euro 2012 & EAMV Recording Label. Would have required significant construction including the addition of a roof.[22]
Kherson “Yuvileinyi” Concert Hall Proposal included expansion and reconstruction of the venue, which would have taken approximately 7–8 months.[23]
Kyiv
Palace of Sports ‡ Hosted the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 and the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2009. May have conflicted with contest preparations as the venue will host part of the 2017 IIHF World Championship Division I ice hockey tournament between 22–28 April 2017.[24]
International Exhibition Centre † Venue was initially submitted as a reserve.[25][26] Kyiv later announced on 24 August 2016 that this was their preferred venue for staging the contest.[27]
Lviv Arena Lviv Hosted three of the group-stage games for UEFA Euro 2012. The arena required the construction of a roof.[28]
Unfinished venue An unfinished venue originally planned for EuroBasket 2015 that was 25% complete when construction halted.[28]
Odessa Chornomorets Stadium ‡ Proposal included plans for reconstruction of the venue and options for providing a covered roof.[29][30]

1.4Other sites

The Eurovision Village was the official Eurovision Song Contest fan and sponsors’ area during the events week. There it was possible to watch performances by local artists, as well as the live shows broadcast from the main venue. Located at Independence Square in Kyiv, it was open from 4 to 14 May 2017.[31][32]

The EuroClub was the venue for the official after-parties and private performances by contest participants. Unlike the Eurovision Village, access to the EuroClub was restricted to accredited fans, delegates, and press. It was located at the Parkovy Congress and Exhibition Center.[33]

The “Red Carpet” event, where the contestants and their delegations are presented before the accredited press and fans, took place at Mariinskyi Palace in central Kyiv on 7 May 2017 at 19:00 CEST, followed by the Opening Ceremony at the Parkovy Congress and Exhibition Center.[34][35]

2Format

The preliminary dates for the contest were announced on 14 March 2016 at a meeting of Heads of Delegation in Stockholm, with the semi-finals expected to take place on 16 and 18 May and the final on 20 May 2017. These preliminary dates were chosen by the EBU to avoid the contest coinciding with any major television and sporting events scheduled to take place around that time.[36]

However, the EBU announced on 24 June that the preliminary dates for the contest had to be brought forward a week, with the semi-finals scheduled for 9 and 11 May and the final on 13 May.[6] This was due to a request from UA:PBC, as the initial preliminary dates coincided with the Remembrance Day for the victims of the Deportation of the Crimean Tatars on 18 May.[37][38] However, the current dates coincide with the second leg of the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League semi-finals.[38]

2.1Semi-final allocation draw

The draw to determine the allocation of the participating countries into their respective semi-finals took place at Column Hall on 31 January 2017, hosted by Timur Miroshnychenko and Nika Konstantinova. The thirty-seven semi-finalists had been allocated into six pots, based on historical voting patterns as calculated by the contest’s official televoting partner Digame. Drawing from different pots helps to reduce the chance of so-called “bloc voting” and increase suspense in the semi-finals.[39]

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4 Pot 5 Pot 6

2.2Visual design

The theme of the contest, “Celebrate Diversity”, was unveiled on 30 January 2017, with its visual design featuring imagery of stylized beads. The main logo used the beads to form a traditional Ukrainian neck amulet.[40][41]

2.3Presenters

The EBU announced on 27 February that the presenters for the contest would be Oleksandr SkichkoVolodymyr Ostapchuk and Timur Miroshnychenko, with Miroshnychenko also hosting the green room.[42] It was the first time that the contest was presented by a male trio,[42] and the second time that the contest did not feature a female presenter, after 1956. Miroshnychenko has previously co-hosted the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2009 and 2013.[43][44]

2.4Promotional emojis

It was announced on 30 April that the creative teams from both the Eurovision network and Twitter had worked together to create three emoji that would accompany specific promotional hashtags for the duration of the contest. The heart emoji would appear alongside #ESC2017 and #Eurovision, while the winners’ trophy emoji would be used for #12Points and #douzepoints. The final emoji is the logo for the contest, which would appear alongside #CelebrateDiversity, the slogan of the contest.[45]

2.5Opening and interval acts

The EBU released details regarding the opening and interval acts for each of the live shows on 20 April.[46] The first semi-final was opened by Monatik performing “Spinning”, while the interval featured Jamala performing a new version of her winning song “1944” and “Zamanyly“.[46] The second semi-final was opened by a medley of past Eurovision songs performed by co-presenters Oleksandr Skichko and Volodymyr Ostapchuk, while the interval featured a dance performance by Apache Crew titled “The Children’s Courtyard”. In the interval of the final, Jamala performed her new single “I Believe in U“,[46] and Onuka performed a megamix together with Ukraine’s National Academic Orchestra of Folk Instruments.[47]

3Participating countries

Initially, on 31 October 2016, it was announced that forty-three countries were to participate in the contest, equalling the record set in 2008 and 2011Portugal and Romania returned after a year’s absence, while Bosnia and Herzegovina did not participate on financial grounds.[48] Russia had planned to participate but announced their withdrawal on 13 April 2017, after their representative, Julia Samoylova, was banned from entering Ukraine by virtue of travelling directly from Russia to Crimea, a region that was annexed by Russia in 2014, to give a performance, which is illegal under Ukrainian law. This subsequently reduced the number of participating countries to forty-two, the same number of countries as 2016.[49][50]

3.1Returning artists

The contest featured five representatives who also previously performed as lead vocalists for the same countries. Valentina Monetta, who performed in a duet this time, represented San Marino in three consecutive editions: 20122013, and 2014. The duo of Koit Toome and Laura Põldvere have both represented Estonia in different years: Toome in 1998 as a solo artist, finishing 12th place with the song “Mere lapsed”, and Põldvere in 2005 as part of Suntribe, finishing 20th in the semi-final with the song “Let’s Get Loud”. Omar Naber represented Slovenia in 2005, finishing 12th in the semi-final with the song “Stop”.[51] This also made for one of the only occasions in which the same participants not only returned after originally competing in the same year, but also had both participations occur in the same host country (the only other recent example being 1982, which saw both Norway‘s Anita Skorgan and Belgium‘s Stella Maessen return to the United Kingdom for the second time after the 1977 contest). The SunStroke Project represented Moldova in 2010 alongside Olia Tira, finishing 22nd with the song “Run Away“.[52]

The contest also featured the group OG3NE which previously represented the Netherlands at another Eurovision event, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2007, as Lisa, Amy and Shelley, with the song “Adem in, adem uit“.[53] In addition, the contest featured two lead singers previously participating as backing vocalists for the same countries: Israel‘s representative Imri Ziv who backed Nadav Guedj in 2015 and Hovi Star in 2016,[54] and Serbia’s representative Tijana Bogićević who backed Nina in 2011.

3.2Semi-final 1

Eighteen countries participated in the first semi-final. ItalySpain and United Kingdom voted in this semi-final.[55] The highlighted countries qualified for the final.[56]

3.3Semi-final 2

Eighteen countries participated in the second semi-final. FranceGermany and Ukraine voted in this semi-final.[55] Russia was originally planned to perform in position three, but withdrew from the contest after the artist they selected was banned from entering Ukraine, resulting in countries originally planned to perform fourth and later, to do so one place earlier.[49] The highlighted countries qualified for the final.[59]

3.4Final

Twenty-six countries participated in the final, with all 42 participating countries eligible to vote. The running order for the final was revealed after the second semi-final qualifiers’ press conference on 11 May.[62]

3.5.Participants and results. 

3.6.All the national selections for Eurovision Song Contest 2017: 

• National Selections in 2017:

COUNTRY EVENT WINNER
Albania Festivali i Këngës #55 Lindita Halimi
Botë
 Armenia Depi Evratesil 2017 (artist selection) [k] Artsvik
 Belarus (Belarusian Selection 2017) NAVI
Historyja majho žyccia
 Denmark Melodi Grand Prix 2017 Anja
Where I Am
 Estonia Eesti Laul 2017 Koit Toome & Laura
Verona
 Finland Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu 2017 Norma John
Blackbird
 Georgia (Georgian Selection 2017) Tako Gachechiladze
Keep the Faith
 Germany Unser Song 2017 Levina
Perfect Life
 Greece Ellinikós Telikós 2017 (song selection) [l] Demy
This Is Love
 Hungary A Dal 2017 Joci Pápai
Origo
 Iceland Söngvakeppnin 2017 Svala Björgvinsdóttir
Paper
 Israel HaKokhav HaBa L’Eurovizion (artist selection) [m] Imri Ziv
 Italy Sanremo 2017 Francesco Gabbani
Occidentali’s Karma
 Latvia Supernova 2017 Triana Park
Line
 Lithuania Eurovizijos Atranka 2017 Fusedmarc
Rain of Revolution
 Malta MESC 2017 Claudia Faniello
Breathlessly
 Moldova O melodie pentru Europa 2017 SunStroke Project
Hey, Mamma!
 Norway Melodi Grand Prix 2017 JOWST
Grab the Moment
 Poland Krajowe Eliminacje 2017 Kasia Moś
Flashlight
 Portugal Festival da Canção 2017 Salvador Sobral
Amar pelos dois
 Romania Selecția Națională 2017 Ilinca feat. Alex Florea
Yodel It!
 Slovenia EMA 2017 Omar Naber
On My Way
 Spain Objetivo Eurovisión 2017 Manel Navarro
Do It for Your Lover
 Sweden Melodifestivalen 2017 Robin Bengtsson
I Can’t Go On
 Switzerland ESC 2017 – Die Entscheidungsshow Timebelle
Apollo
 Ukraine 💙💛 Vidbir 2017 O.Torvald
Time
 United Kingdom You Decide 2017 Lucie Jones
Never Give Up on You

• Internal Selections in 2017:

 Australia Isaiah
Don’t Come Easy
 Austria Nathan Trent
Running On Air
 Azerbaijan Dihaj
Skeletons
 Belgium Blanche
City Lights
 Bulgaria Kristian Kostov
Beautiful Mess
 Croatia Jacques Houdek
My Friend
 Cyprus Hovig
Gravity
 Czech Republic Martina Bárta
My Turn
 France Alma
Requiem
 Ireland Brendan Murray
Dying To Try
 Montenegro Slavko Kalezić
Space
 Netherlands OG3NE
Lights And Shadows
 North Macedonia Jana Burčeska
Dance Alone
 San Marino Valentina Monetta & Jimmie Wilson
Spirit Of The Night
 Serbia Tijana Bogićević
In Too Deep

3.7.Connections:

4Detailed voting results

4.1Semi-final 1

Qualifiers
Split results of semi-final 1 hide
Place Combined results Jury Televoting
Country Points Country Points Country Points
1  Portugal 370  Portugal 173  Portugal 197
2  Moldova 291  Australia 139  Moldova 180
3  Sweden 227  Sweden 124  Belgium 125
4  Belgium 165  Moldova 111  Sweden 103
5  Cyprus 164  Azerbaijan 87  Cyprus 103
6  Australia 160  Armenia 87  Poland 69
7  Armenia 152  Czech Republic 81  Armenia 65
8  Azerbaijan 150  Georgia 62  Azerbaijan 63
9  Poland 119  Greece 61  Greece 54
10  Greece 115  Cyprus 61  Finland 51
11  Georgia 99  Poland 50  Montenegro 39
12  Finland 92  Finland 41  Albania 38
13  Czech Republic 83  Belgium 40  Georgia 37
14  Albania 76  Albania 38  Iceland 31
15  Iceland 60  Iceland 29  Australia 21
16  Montenegro 56  Montenegro 17  Slovenia 20
17  Slovenia 36  Slovenia 16  Latvia 20
18  Latvia 21  Latvia 1  Czech Republic 2
Detailed jury voting results of semi-final 1[64]
  • Voting procedure used:
  •   100% televoting
  •   100% jury vote
Total score
Jury score
Televoting score
Jury vote
Sweden
Georgia
Australia
Albania
Belgium
Montenegro
Finland
Azerbaijan
Portugal
Greece
Poland
Moldova
Iceland
Czech Republic
Cyprus
Armenia
Slovenia
Latvia
Italy
Spain
United Kingdom
Contestants
Sweden 227 124 103 8 8 4 12 6 12 5 2 4 8 8 10 8 5 7 2 10 3 2
Georgia 99 62 37 6 1 3 3 6 3 4 10 5 7 6 5 2 1
Australia 160 139 21 12 6 5 10 3 8 7 6 8 6 10 12 7 1 12 10 1 8 7
Albania 76 38 38 10 10 10 8
Belgium 165 40 125 3 3 1 7 2 3 3 2 5 5 2 4
Montenegro 56 17 39 8 7 2
Finland 92 41 51 7 7 7 1 3 3 1 6 6
Azerbaijan 150 87 63 10 3 7 5 7 8 8 4 6 4 4 3 1 12 5
Portugal 370 173 197 5 12 6 6 7 4 10 12 5 12 12 12 7 10 7 8 12 4 12 10
Greece 115 61 54 1 8 12 2 2 7 1 12 10 6
Poland 119 50 69 12 2 4 2 3 1 1 8 2 2 4 3 6
Moldova 291 111 180 10 3 10 12 1 5 6 5 10 3 6 8 6 7 7 12
Iceland 60 29 31 2 2 2 2 5 2 2 3 8 1
Czech Republic 83 81 2 4 1 4 6 2 4 12 3 5 1 4 10 7 10 8
Cyprus 164 61 103 8 5 8 7 6 4 5 12 3 3
Armenia 152 87 65 7 5 10 8 4 4 12 6 10 5 1 4 6 5
Slovenia 36 16 20 1 4 1 1 5 4
Latvia 21 1 20 1
Detailed televoting results of semi-final 1[64]
  • Voting procedure used:
  •   100% televoting
  •   100% jury vote
Total score
Jury score
Televoting score
Televote
Sweden
Georgia
Australia
Albania
Belgium
Montenegro
Finland
Azerbaijan
Portugal
Greece
Poland
Moldova
Iceland
Czech Republic
Cyprus
Armenia
Slovenia
Latvia
Italy
Spain
United Kingdom
Contestants
Sweden 227 124 103 4 8 10 5 3 7 6 10 3 5 1 10 2 5 4 5 7 1 6 1
Georgia 99 62 37 12 6 6 2 1 8 2
Australia 160 139 21 2 1 1 1 2 6 2 3 3
Albania 76 38 38 12 3 5 10 1 7
Belgium 165 40 125 10 5 4 8 2 10 7 8 4 8 7 6 4 6 8 10 6 8 4
Montenegro 56 17 39 1 7 3 5 8 2 1 6 5 1
Finland 92 41 51 8 2 5 3 7 1 4 3 3 2 5 5 3
Azerbaijan 150 87 63 12 1 6 1 12 12 10 7 2
Portugal 370 173 197 12 8 10 12 12 7 12 8 10 12 6 12 7 6 7 12 12 10 12 10
Greece 115 61 54 2 3 6 6 4 5 2 12 5 4 5
Poland 119 50 69 6 3 2 8 1 2 3 5 8 3 2 3 8 3 12
Moldova 291 111 180 5 6 12 7 10 10 8 10 12 7 10 8 10 7 10 10 8 12 10 8
Iceland 60 29 31 7 1 4 5 1 4 7 2
Czech Republic 83 81 2 2
Cyprus 164 61 103 4 7 6 3 4 5 6 3 12 7 7 4 4 12 4 6 3 6
Armenia 152 87 65 3 10 5 7 4 8 6 4 5 8 1 4
Slovenia 36 16 20 2 8 2 4 3 1
Latvia 21 1 20 1 4 5 1 2 7

4.1.112 points

Below is a summary of the maximum 12 points awarded by each country’s professional jury and televote in the first semi-final. Countries in bold gave the maximum 24 points (12 points apiece from professional jury and televoting) to the specified entrant.

12 points awarded by juries
N. Contestant Nation(s) giving 12 points
7  Portugal  Azerbaijan Georgia Iceland Latvia Moldova Poland Spain
3  Australia  Czech Republic Slovenia Sweden
2  Greece  Cyprus Montenegro
 Moldova  Albania United Kingdom
 Sweden  Belgium Finland
1  Armenia  Greece
 Azerbaijan  Italy
 Cyprus  Armenia
 Czech Republic  Portugal
 Poland  Australia
12 points awarded by televoting
N. Contestant Nation(s) giving 12 points
9  Portugal  Albania Belgium Finland Iceland Latvia Poland Slovenia Spain Sweden
3  Azerbaijan  Czech Republic Georgia Moldova
 Moldova  Australia Italy Portugal
2  Cyprus  Armenia Greece
1  Albania  Montenegro
 Georgia  Azerbaijan
 Greece  Cyprus
 Poland  United Kingdom

4.2Semi-final 2

Qualifiers
Split results of semi-final 2 hide
Place Combined results Jury Televoting
Country Points Country Points Country Points
1  Bulgaria 403  Bulgaria 199  Bulgaria 204
2  Hungary 231  Netherlands 149  Hungary 165
3  Israel 207  Norway 137  Romania 148
4  Netherlands 200  Austria 115  Israel 132
5  Norway 189  Denmark 96  Croatia 104
6  Romania 174  Israel 75  Estonia 69
7  Austria 147  Hungary 66  Belarus 55
8  Croatia 141  Malta 55  Norway 52
9  Belarus 110  Belarus 55  Netherlands 51
10  Denmark 101  Serbia 53   Switzerland 49
11  Serbia 98   Switzerland 48  Serbia 45
12   Switzerland 97  Ireland 45  Ireland 41
13  Ireland 86  Croatia 37  Macedonia 40
14  Estonia 85  Macedonia 29  Austria 32
15  Macedonia 69  Romania 26  Lithuania 25
16  Malta 55  Lithuania 17  Denmark 5
17  Lithuania 42  Estonia 16  San Marino 1
18  San Marino 1  San Marino 0  Malta 0
Detailed jury voting results of semi-final 2[65]
  • Voting procedure used:
  •   100% televoting
  •   100% jury vote
Total score
Jury score
Televoting score
Jury vote
Serbia
Austria
Macedonia
Malta
Romania
Netherlands
Hungary
Denmark
Ireland
San Marino
Croatia
Norway
Switzerland
Belarus
Bulgaria
Lithuania
Estonia
Israel
France
Germany
Ukraine
Contestants
Serbia 98 53 45 2 6 4 8 2 2 2 6 6 4 2 1 1 7
Austria 147 115 32 6 3 5 8 8 7 10 7 5 4 7 6 12 4 5 8 4 6
Macedonia 69 29 40 5 8 2 3 8 3
Malta 55 55 0 2 6 8 1 3 5 1 1 5 7 1 4 2 6 3
Romania 174 26 148 10 4 1 4 3 4
Netherlands 200 149 51 8 8 6 6 12 10 10 3 12 12 8 8 8 8 5 6 5 8 6
Hungary 231 66 165 12 3 5 3 3 10 2 5 2 2 12 7
Denmark 101 96 5 4 7 5 10 10 6 1 5 8 10 3 2 4 6 8 4 2 1
Ireland 86 45 41 10 1 3 5 2 2 1 8 7 4 2
San Marino 1 0 1
Croatia 141 37 104 3 1 7 2 4 1 3 6 5 5
Norway 189 137 52 1 5 2 7 7 12 7 10 4 10 10 5 12 10 10 3 12 10
Switzerland 97 48 49 4 1 6 4 4 8 5 3 7 3 1 2
Belarus 110 55 55 7 7 3 7 1 3 5 10 12
Bulgaria 403 199 204 10 12 12 12 8 12 12 6 12 8 6 12 12 12 10 12 6 7 10 8
Lithuania 42 17 25 4 6 7
Estonia 85 16 69 2 2 3 1 1 7
Israel 207 75 132 7 10 4 5 1 5 6 3 7 4 10 12 1
Detailed televoting results of the semi-final 2[65]
  • Voting procedure used:
  •   100% televoting
  •   100% jury vote
Total score
Jury score
Televoting score
Televote
Serbia
Austria
Macedonia
Malta
Romania
Netherlands
Hungary
Denmark
Ireland
San Marino
Croatia
Norway
Switzerland
Belarus
Bulgaria
Lithuania
Estonia
Israel
France
Germany
Ukraine
Contestants
Serbia 98 53 45 6 12 10 12 5
Austria 147 115 32 1 1 4 6 3 3 1 4 2 3 4
Macedonia 69 29 40 10 4 6 3 12 5
Malta 55 55 0
Romania 174 26 148 6 7 3 7 8 7 8 8 8 7 8 7 5 7 6 12 10 12 7 5
Netherlands 200 149 51 4 2 3 6 7 5 3 2 3 4 1 2 4 5
Hungary 231 66 165 12 12 6 6 12 10 4 6 10 12 6 8 10 8 5 8 7 7 10 6
Denmark 101 96 5 1 4
Ireland 86 45 41 3 1 4 6 2 5 2 2 3 4 7 1 1
San Marino 1 0 1 1
Croatia 141 37 104 7 10 8 8 5 4 10 7 6 1 10 4 6 2 5 2 6 3
Norway 189 137 52 3 2 5 5 10 2 6 3 7 3 2 4
Switzerland 97 48 49 4 2 5 5 10 1 1 5 1 2 4 1 2 4 2
Belarus 110 55 55 2 1 1 3 2 1 3 5 8 6 8 3 12
Bulgaria 403 199 204 8 8 10 12 8 12 12 12 10 12 8 12 6 12 10 10 12 8 12 10
Lithuania 42 17 25 12 10 1 1 1
Estonia 85 16 69 4 2 3 4 2 3 5 1 8 2 12 6 6 3 8
Israel 207 75 132 5 5 7 10 7 7 8 6 4 7 5 7 5 7 10 3 4 10 8 7

4.2.112 points

Below is a summary of the maximum 12 points awarded by each country’s professional jury and televote in the second semi-final. Countries in bold gave the maximum 24 points (12 points apiece from professional jury and televoting) to the specified entrant.

12 points awarded by juries
N. Contestant Nation(s) giving 12 points
10  Bulgaria  Austria Belarus Estonia Hungary Ireland Macedonia Malta Netherlands Norway  Switzerland
3  Netherlands  Croatia Romania San Marino
 Norway  Denmark