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Salvador Vilar Braamcamp Sobral [saɫvɐdoɾ suˈβɾaɫ] (* Dezember in Lissabon) ist ein portugiesischer Sänger. gewann er für sein Land mit dem Lied Amar pelos dois den Eurovision Song Contest in Kiew. Mai ↑ Jazz fürs Herz: Einstiger ESC-Gewinner Salvador Sobral reißt in Stuttgart das​. So sehen Sieger aus. Aktualisiert am - Platz eins für Portugal, Spanien trägt die rote Laterne: alle Finalteilnehmer des Eurovision Song. Eurovision Song Contest Gewinner ist Portugal. Siegerstatement von Salvador Sobral: "Die Musik ist kein Feuerwerk". THEMEN.

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Salvador Sobral aus Portugal gewinnt. Salvador Vilar Braamcamp Sobral [saɫvɐdoɾ suˈβɾaɫ] (* Dezember in Lissabon) ist ein portugiesischer Sänger. gewann er für sein Land mit dem Lied Amar pelos dois den Eurovision Song Contest in Kiew. Mai ↑ Jazz fürs Herz: Einstiger ESC-Gewinner Salvador Sobral reißt in Stuttgart das​. Der Eurovision Song Contest fand vom 9. bis zum Mai im International Exhibition Der Gewinner Salvador Sobral und die Komponistin des Siegerliedes, Luísa Sobral. Das Finale fand am Mai ab Uhr (​MESZ) statt. Eurovision Song Contest. ESC in Kiew: Platzierungen und Punkte. Salvador Sobral aus Portugal gewinnt mit "Amar pelos dois" in der ukrainischen Der ESC-Gewinner Salvador Sobral © bostonterrierklubben.nu Foto: Andres Putting. So sehen Sieger aus. Aktualisiert am - Platz eins für Portugal, Spanien trägt die rote Laterne: alle Finalteilnehmer des Eurovision Song. Eurovision Song Contest Gewinner ist Portugal. Siegerstatement von Salvador Sobral: "Die Musik ist kein Feuerwerk". THEMEN. Song Contest Wir kennen bereits den diesjährigen Gewinner Könnte den ESC gewinnen: Savador Sobral aus Portugal mit.

Eurovision 2017 Gewinner

Der Eurovision Song Contest fand vom 9. bis zum Mai im International Exhibition Der Gewinner Salvador Sobral und die Komponistin des Siegerliedes, Luísa Sobral. Das Finale fand am Mai ab Uhr (​MESZ) statt. Salvador Sobral aus Portugal gewinnt. Song Contest Wir kennen bereits den diesjährigen Gewinner Könnte den ESC gewinnen: Savador Sobral aus Portugal mit.

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It was announced on 27 February that the presenters for the contest would be Oleksandr Skichko and Volodymyr Ostapchuk , with Timur Miroshnychenko hosting the green room.

Miroshnychenko has previously co-hosted the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in and 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 ESC 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 the hashtag CelebrateDiversity , the theme for the contest.

The EBU released details regarding the opening and interval acts for each of the live shows on 20 April. In the final, Jamala again performed with her latest single " I Believe in U ".

The European Broadcasting Union initially announced on 31 October that forty-three countries would participate in the contest, equalling the record set in and Portugal and Romania returned after a year's absence , while Bosnia and Herzegovina did not participate on financial grounds.

This subsequently reduced the number of participating countries to forty-two. 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: , , and The duo of Koit Toome and Laura Põldvere have both represented Estonia in different years: Toome in as a solo artist, finishing 12th place with the song " Mere lapsed ", and Põldvere in as part of Suntribe , finishing 20th in the semi-final with the song " Let's Get Loud ".

Omar Naber represented Slovenia in , finishing 12th in the semi-final with the song " Stop ". Eighteen countries participated in the first semi-final.

Italy , Spain and United Kingdom voted in this semi-final. Eighteen countries participated in the second semi-final. France , Germany and Ukraine voted in this semi-final.

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.

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

Below is a summary of the maximum 12 points awarded by each country's televote in the first semi-final:. Below is a summary of the maximum 12 points awarded by each country's professional jury in the second semi-final:.

Below is a summary of the maximum 12 points awarded by each country's televote in the second semi-final:. Eligibility for potential participation in the Eurovision Song Contest requires a national broadcaster with active EBU membership that would be able to broadcast the contest via the Eurovision network.

It was reported by the EBU that the contest was viewed by a worldwide television audience of approximately million viewers, [91] which was 22 million less than the record which was viewed by million.

The spokespersons announced the point score from their respective country's national jury in the following order: [93].

Most countries sent commentators to Kyiv or commentated from their own country, in order to add insight to the participants and, if necessary, the provision of voting information.

In December Grytsak was appointed as a new head of the organising committee. In February , 21 team members resigned claiming that the new appointment effectively stopped the work for two months.

France 2 announced on 9 February that they would participate at the contest with the song " Requiem ", performed by Alma.

However, Samoylova was issued a three-year travel ban on entering Ukraine by the Security Service of Ukraine SBU on 22 March, [] by virtue of illegally travelling directly from Russia to Crimea , a region that was annexed by Russia in , in to give a performance.

The EBU responded by stating its commitment to ensuring that all participating countries would be able to perform in Kyiv, while expressing their disappointment at the lack of compromise from C1R and UA:PBC.

The Director General of the EBU, Ingrid Deltenre, condemned Ukraine's actions, describing them as "abusing the Contest for political reasons" and "absolutely unacceptable" [] C1R announced their withdrawal from the contest on 13 April, stating that they also might not broadcast the contest.

By announcing their artist just before the deadline for entry submission to the contest and not booking a hotel, it was speculated that C1R had not intended to go due to audiences booing Russian artists in previous contests.

As part of the Russian Victory Day celebrations on 9 May, Samoylova gave another performance in Crimea, including the song which was intended to represent Russia at the contest.

The EBU informed the IPBC executive board on 7 April that such a compromise would render them unable to remain a member without an outlet for news and current events programming.

However, on 9 and 10 May the IBA unexpectedly closed down most of their operations in news and current affair programs.

During the voting portion of the live telecast of the final Ofer Nachshon, Israeli voting spokesperson since , bid farewell on behalf of the IBA before revealing their jury points.

They went on to win the contest the next year. However, the High Court of Justice issued a temporary injunction, blocking the split.

Norsk rikskringkasting NRK had discussions with the EBU regarding the abolition of the rule prohibiting pre-recorded vocals during live performances at the contest.

Such a rule is intended to guarantee the authenticity of live performances. Such objections led the EBU to consider deducting a third of Croatia's final score, reducing it from points to However, such a deduction never occurred.

JOWST stated that "[the Norwegian delegation] have now been allowed to use the recorded vocal tracks, [ But [they] have also practiced a plan B with the backing vocalists, if there are big protests from others in Kyiv.

NRK stated on 2 May that JOWST are aiming to perform the song acoustically as a back-up, bringing with them two additional backing vocalists who will perform the pre-recorded vocals live using a filter applied by the sound engineering team so as not to compromise on sound quality.

Norwegian jury member Per Sundnes made comments on NRK preview show Adresse Kiev on 17 April against Irish representative Brendan Murray , saying: "It's been a long time since they've gotten up and I do not think they'll do it again.

They try the same formula year after year. The Irish Independent reported on 8 May that Sundnes had been replaced due to an alleged breach in jury rules.

Commenting on the decision, the Head of Delegation for Ireland, Michael Kealy, said: "I'm glad that the European Broadcasting Union have reacted swiftly to this situation and that all jury members are impartial.

It's only fair that each song in the Eurovision Song Contest is judged on its individual merits on the night. Sundnes stated in an interview with Verdens Gang on 9 May: "I do not know anything about the jury stuff, just that I'm not [in it].

It was not really surprising. The same thing happened in Sweden last year with the Swedish professional jury. NRK admits that they made a mistake by letting Sundnes sit in both the professional jury and the judging panel of Adresse Kiev.

However, when they were informed by the EBU that this was against the rules, they rectified the situation quickly.

Project manager for Melodi Grand Prix , Stig Karlsen, stated: "We have received some concerns from several teams that Per has been in the jury, while at the same time he has been meaningful in the program.

Therefore, we took a new assessment. On 11 May , during the transmission of the second semi-final, the microphone of the Estonian representative seemed to have malfunctioned as singer Laura Põldvere could not be heard for approximately two seconds by viewers at home.

It was later revealed that the Estonian delegation considered appealing to the EBU to allow Laura and Koit Toome to perform their entry " Verona " again as a result of the error, but later decided against it.

Mart Normet, the Head of Delegation for Estonia, explained "If there has been such a powerful performance for three minutes and given an absolute maximum, then this energy again does not come back when you go on stage again".

The EBU responded to the situation, reportedly describing the error as purely technical, as the microphone was supposed to automatically come on.

Instead, a sound technician was forced to respond by manually switching on the microphone via the sound desk. Portugal 's representative, Salvador Sobral drew attention to the European migrant crisis by turning up to the first semi-final winners' press conference in an "S.

Refugees" shirt. These people are not immigrants, they're refugees running from death. Make no mistake.

There is so much bureaucratic stuff happening in the refugee camps in Greece, Turkey and Italy and we should help create legal and safe pathways from these countries to their destiny countries", he added, earning a round of applause.

A performance by Jamala during the voting interval of the final was disrupted by a man draped in an Australian flag who invaded the stage and briefly mooned the audience before being removed by security.

He was quickly removed from the stage by security and out of the arena. He is currently being held and questioned by the police at the venue police office.

After receiving his trophy, Salvador Sobral gave a speech emphasising the quality of music and stated "We live in a world of disposable music — fast-food music without any content," and "I think this could be a victory for music that actually means something.

Music is not fireworks. Music is feeling", prompting angry reactions across Europe, including Swedish contestant, Robin Bengtsson.

The winners were revealed shortly before the final on 13 May. The Barbara Dex Award is a fan award originally awarded by House of Eurovision from to , and since by songfestival.

This is a humorous award given to the worst dressed artist each year in the contest, and was named after the Belgian artist, Barbara Dex , who came last in the , in which she wore her own self designed dress.

This was the first year that songfestival. Eurovision Song Contest: Kyiv is the official compilation album of the contest, put together by the European Broadcasting Union and was released by Universal Music Group digitally on 21 April and physically on 28 April The album also features the Russian entry which withdrew from the contest on 13 April From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

For the junior contest, see Junior Eurovision Song Contest Participation map. Participating countries in the first semi-final.

Pre-qualified for the final but also voting in the first semi-final. Participating countries in the second semi-final. Pre-qualified for the final but also voting in the second semi-final.

Total score. Televoting score. Czech Republic. United Kingdom. Jury score. San Marino. Further information: List of countries in the Eurovision Song Contest.

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Since , the winner has been awarded an official winner's trophy of the Eurovision Song Contest. The trophy is a handmade piece of sandblasted glass in the shape of a s microphone.

The following individuals have won the Eurovision Song Contest as a performer or songwriter more than once. Bold indicates a win as a performer.

Italics indicates a win as a songwriter. Eleven Eurovision winners alongside three non-winners featured at the Congratulations concert in , in which ABBA 's " Waterloo " was voted the most popular song of the contest's first fifty years.

Ireland has finished first seven times, more than any other country, Ireland also won the contest for three consecutive years , , , more consecutive years than any other country.

Three countries have won twice in a row, Spain and , Luxembourg and and Israel and Serbia is the only country to win with its debut entry in , though Serbia had competed previously as part of Yugoslavia and Serbia and Montenegro.

The country achieving the highest position on its first appearance in any form in the Contest is Poland, which came second in even Switzerland in won with its second entry of the night.

Under the voting system used between and , the winner of the contest was decided by the final voting nation on eleven occasions. Changes to the voting system, including a steady growth in the number of countries participating and voting, means that the points earned are not comparable across the decades.

Portugal's Salvador Sobral holds the record of the highest number of points in the contest's history, earning with the song " Amar pelos dois ". Norway's Alexander Rybak holds the largest margin of victory in absolute points, a point cushion over second place in Italy's Gigliola Cinquetti holds the record for largest victory by percentage, scoring almost three times as many as second place 49 points compared with 17 by the runner-up in the contest.

Under the voting system used from until , the lowest winning score was Norway's Bobbysocks! Under the voting system used from until , in which each country gives maximum points to its first place choice, Sweden's Loreen won Eurovision with the most ever first place votes earned, receiving first place votes from 18 of 41 countries excluding themselves.

The United Kingdom entrant, Brotherhood of Man with the song "Save Your Kisses For Me" holds the record of the highest average score per participating country, with an average of 9.

In , Jamala's "" became the first winning entry since the jury vote was added alongside the televote starting in to place first in neither area, coming second in the jury vote behind Australia and second in the televote behind Russia.

Duncan Laurence's "Arcade," became the second such winner in the contest, having placed third behind North Macedonia and Sweden in the jury vote, and second behind Norway in the televote.

The United Kingdom has finished second fifteen times at Eurovision most recently in , more than any other country. France has finished third and fourth seven times at Eurovision most recently respectively in and in , And Sweden has finished fifth and nine times at Eurovision most recently in The most successful country never to have won the Contest is Malta, having finished second in and and third in and Another island nation Iceland has also finished second twice, in and There is no official runner-up for two of the contests — and In four songs shared first place by achieving the same number of points; fifth place was achieved by Switzerland, which is not considered an official runner-up, because of the draw for first place.

Between and , and again between and , countries were only permitted to perform in their own language; see the main Eurovision Song Contest article.

Lys Assia , winner of the contest for Switzerland. Corry Brokken , winner of the contest for the Netherlands. Teddy Scholten , winner of the contest for the Netherlands.

Jacqueline Boyer , winner of the contest for France. Jean-Claude Pascal , winner of the contest for Luxembourg. Isabelle Aubret , winner of the contest for France.

Gigliola Cinquetti , winner of the contest for Italy. France Gall , winner of the contest for Luxembourg.

Udo Jürgens , winner of the contest for Austria. Sandie Shaw , winner of the contest for the United Kingdom.

Massiel , winner of the contest for Spain. Lulu , one of the four winners of the contest for the United Kingdom.

Lenny Kuhr , one of the four winners of the contest for the Netherlands. Frida Boccara , one of the four winners of the contest for France.

Dana , winner of the contest for Ireland. Vicky Leandros , winner of the contest for Luxembourg. Anne-Marie David , winner of the contest for Luxembourg.

ABBA , winners of the and the 50th anniversary contests for Sweden. Teach-In , winners of the contest for the Netherlands. Brotherhood of Man , winners of the contest for the United Kingdom.

Marie Myriam , winner of the contest for France. Gali Atari , winner as part of Milk and Honey of the contest for Israel.

Johnny Logan , winner of the and contests for Ireland. Bucks Fizz , winner of the contest for the United Kingdom.

Nicole Hohloch , winner of the contest for Germany. Richard Herrey from Herreys , winners of the contest for Sweden.

Sandra Kim , winner of the contest for Belgium. Celine Dion , winner of the contest for Switzerland.

Toto Cutugno , winner of the contest for Italy. Carola Häggkvist , winner of the contest for Sweden. Linda Martin , winner of the contest for Ireland.

Niamh Kavanagh , winner of the contest for Ireland. Secret Garden , winner of the contest for Norway. Eimear Quinn , winner of the contest for Ireland.

Katrina and the Waves , winners of the contest for the United Kingdom. Dana International , winner of the contest for Israel. Charlotte Nilsson , winner of the contest for Sweden.

Olsen Brothers , winners of the contest for Denmark. Marie N , winner of the contest for Latvia. Sertab Erener , winner of the contest for Turkey.

Ruslana , winner of the contest for Ukraine. Helena Paparizou , winner of the contest for Greece. Lordi , winner of the contest for Finland. Dima Bilan , winner of the contest for Russia.

Alexander Rybak , winner of the contest for Norway. Lena , winner of the contest for Germany. Loreen , winner of the contest for Sweden.

Emmelie de Forest , winner of the contest for Denmark. Conchita Wurst , winner of the contest for Austria. Jamala , winner of the contest for Ukraine.

Salvador Sobral , winner of the contest for Portugal. Netta , winner of the contest for Israel. Duncan Laurence , winner of the contest for the Netherlands.

Nicola Salerno , winner of the contest for Italy. Serge Gainsbourg , winner of the contest for Luxembourg. Benny Andersson , winner of the contest for Sweden.

Eddy Ouwens , winner of the contest for Netherlands. Tony Hiller , winner of the contest for United Kingdom. Nurit Hirsh , winner of the contest for Israel.

Johnny Logan , winning songwriter of the and contests for Ireland. Zvika Pik , winner of the contest for Israel.

Maian Kärmas , winner of the contest for Estonia. Christos Dantis , winner of the contest for Greece.

Mr Lordi , winner of the contest for Finland. Jim Beanz , winner of the contest for Russia. Julie Frost , winner of the contest for Germany.

Stefan Örn , winner of the contest for Azerbaijan. Thomas G:son , winner of the contest for Sweden. Doron Medalie , winner of the contest for Israel.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikimedia list article. Left: Ralph Siegel , the winning songwriter in for Germany and composer of twenty-three other entries between and Centre: Johnny Logan , the winning songwriter in and for Ireland , and also composer for the Irish entry.

Right: Udo Jürgens winning songwriter in for Austria , and composer for the and Austrian entries.

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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.

The theme for the contest, Celebrate Diversity , was unveiled on 30 January, with its visual design featuring imagery of stylized beads.

The main logo used the beads to form a traditional neck amulet. Jon Ola Sand explained that "the notion of celebrating diversity is at the heart of Eurovision values: it is all-inclusive and all about countries around Europe, and beyond, joining together to celebrate both our common ground and our unique differences, as well as some great music.

It was announced on 27 February that the presenters for the contest would be Oleksandr Skichko and Volodymyr Ostapchuk , with Timur Miroshnychenko hosting the green room.

Miroshnychenko has previously co-hosted the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in and 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 ESC 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 the hashtag CelebrateDiversity , the theme for the contest.

The EBU released details regarding the opening and interval acts for each of the live shows on 20 April. In the final, Jamala again performed with her latest single " I Believe in U ".

The European Broadcasting Union initially announced on 31 October that forty-three countries would participate in the contest, equalling the record set in and Portugal and Romania returned after a year's absence , while Bosnia and Herzegovina did not participate on financial grounds.

This subsequently reduced the number of participating countries to forty-two. 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: , , and The duo of Koit Toome and Laura Põldvere have both represented Estonia in different years: Toome in as a solo artist, finishing 12th place with the song " Mere lapsed ", and Põldvere in as part of Suntribe , finishing 20th in the semi-final with the song " Let's Get Loud ".

Omar Naber represented Slovenia in , finishing 12th in the semi-final with the song " Stop ". Eighteen countries participated in the first semi-final.

Italy , Spain and United Kingdom voted in this semi-final. Eighteen countries participated in the second semi-final. France , Germany and Ukraine voted in this semi-final.

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.

Countries in bold gave the maximum 24 points 12 points apiece from professional jury and televoting to the specified entrant.

Below is a summary of the maximum 12 points awarded by each country's professional jury in the first semi-final:.

Below is a summary of the maximum 12 points awarded by each country's televote in the first semi-final:.

Below is a summary of the maximum 12 points awarded by each country's professional jury in the second semi-final:. Below is a summary of the maximum 12 points awarded by each country's televote in the second semi-final:.

Eligibility for potential participation in the Eurovision Song Contest requires a national broadcaster with active EBU membership that would be able to broadcast the contest via the Eurovision network.

It was reported by the EBU that the contest was viewed by a worldwide television audience of approximately million viewers, [91] which was 22 million less than the record which was viewed by million.

The spokespersons announced the point score from their respective country's national jury in the following order: [93]. Most countries sent commentators to Kyiv or commentated from their own country, in order to add insight to the participants and, if necessary, the provision of voting information.

In December Grytsak was appointed as a new head of the organising committee. In February , 21 team members resigned claiming that the new appointment effectively stopped the work for two months.

France 2 announced on 9 February that they would participate at the contest with the song " Requiem ", performed by Alma. However, Samoylova was issued a three-year travel ban on entering Ukraine by the Security Service of Ukraine SBU on 22 March, [] by virtue of illegally travelling directly from Russia to Crimea , a region that was annexed by Russia in , in to give a performance.

The EBU responded by stating its commitment to ensuring that all participating countries would be able to perform in Kyiv, while expressing their disappointment at the lack of compromise from C1R and UA:PBC.

The Director General of the EBU, Ingrid Deltenre, condemned Ukraine's actions, describing them as "abusing the Contest for political reasons" and "absolutely unacceptable" [] C1R announced their withdrawal from the contest on 13 April, stating that they also might not broadcast the contest.

By announcing their artist just before the deadline for entry submission to the contest and not booking a hotel, it was speculated that C1R had not intended to go due to audiences booing Russian artists in previous contests.

As part of the Russian Victory Day celebrations on 9 May, Samoylova gave another performance in Crimea, including the song which was intended to represent Russia at the contest.

The EBU informed the IPBC executive board on 7 April that such a compromise would render them unable to remain a member without an outlet for news and current events programming.

However, on 9 and 10 May the IBA unexpectedly closed down most of their operations in news and current affair programs.

During the voting portion of the live telecast of the final Ofer Nachshon, Israeli voting spokesperson since , bid farewell on behalf of the IBA before revealing their jury points.

They went on to win the contest the next year. However, the High Court of Justice issued a temporary injunction, blocking the split. Norsk rikskringkasting NRK had discussions with the EBU regarding the abolition of the rule prohibiting pre-recorded vocals during live performances at the contest.

Such a rule is intended to guarantee the authenticity of live performances. Such objections led the EBU to consider deducting a third of Croatia's final score, reducing it from points to However, such a deduction never occurred.

JOWST stated that "[the Norwegian delegation] have now been allowed to use the recorded vocal tracks, [ But [they] have also practiced a plan B with the backing vocalists, if there are big protests from others in Kyiv.

NRK stated on 2 May that JOWST are aiming to perform the song acoustically as a back-up, bringing with them two additional backing vocalists who will perform the pre-recorded vocals live using a filter applied by the sound engineering team so as not to compromise on sound quality.

Norwegian jury member Per Sundnes made comments on NRK preview show Adresse Kiev on 17 April against Irish representative Brendan Murray , saying: "It's been a long time since they've gotten up and I do not think they'll do it again.

They try the same formula year after year. The Irish Independent reported on 8 May that Sundnes had been replaced due to an alleged breach in jury rules.

Commenting on the decision, the Head of Delegation for Ireland, Michael Kealy, said: "I'm glad that the European Broadcasting Union have reacted swiftly to this situation and that all jury members are impartial.

It's only fair that each song in the Eurovision Song Contest is judged on its individual merits on the night. Sundnes stated in an interview with Verdens Gang on 9 May: "I do not know anything about the jury stuff, just that I'm not [in it].

It was not really surprising. The same thing happened in Sweden last year with the Swedish professional jury. NRK admits that they made a mistake by letting Sundnes sit in both the professional jury and the judging panel of Adresse Kiev.

However, when they were informed by the EBU that this was against the rules, they rectified the situation quickly. Project manager for Melodi Grand Prix , Stig Karlsen, stated: "We have received some concerns from several teams that Per has been in the jury, while at the same time he has been meaningful in the program.

Therefore, we took a new assessment. On 11 May , during the transmission of the second semi-final, the microphone of the Estonian representative seemed to have malfunctioned as singer Laura Põldvere could not be heard for approximately two seconds by viewers at home.

It was later revealed that the Estonian delegation considered appealing to the EBU to allow Laura and Koit Toome to perform their entry " Verona " again as a result of the error, but later decided against it.

Mart Normet, the Head of Delegation for Estonia, explained "If there has been such a powerful performance for three minutes and given an absolute maximum, then this energy again does not come back when you go on stage again".

The EBU responded to the situation, reportedly describing the error as purely technical, as the microphone was supposed to automatically come on.

Instead, a sound technician was forced to respond by manually switching on the microphone via the sound desk.

Portugal 's representative, Salvador Sobral drew attention to the European migrant crisis by turning up to the first semi-final winners' press conference in an "S.

Refugees" shirt. These people are not immigrants, they're refugees running from death. Make no mistake. There is so much bureaucratic stuff happening in the refugee camps in Greece, Turkey and Italy and we should help create legal and safe pathways from these countries to their destiny countries", he added, earning a round of applause.

A performance by Jamala during the voting interval of the final was disrupted by a man draped in an Australian flag who invaded the stage and briefly mooned the audience before being removed by security.

He was quickly removed from the stage by security and out of the arena. He is currently being held and questioned by the police at the venue police office.

After receiving his trophy, Salvador Sobral gave a speech emphasising the quality of music and stated "We live in a world of disposable music — fast-food music without any content," and "I think this could be a victory for music that actually means something.

Music is not fireworks. Music is feeling", prompting angry reactions across Europe, including Swedish contestant, Robin Bengtsson.

The winners were revealed shortly before the final on 13 May. The Barbara Dex Award is a fan award originally awarded by House of Eurovision from to , and since by songfestival.

This is a humorous award given to the worst dressed artist each year in the contest, and was named after the Belgian artist, Barbara Dex , who came last in the , in which she wore her own self designed dress.

This was the first year that songfestival. Eurovision Song Contest: Kyiv is the official compilation album of the contest, put together by the European Broadcasting Union and was released by Universal Music Group digitally on 21 April and physically on 28 April The album also features the Russian entry which withdrew from the contest on 13 April From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

For the junior contest, see Junior Eurovision Song Contest Participation map. Participating countries in the first semi-final.

Pre-qualified for the final but also voting in the first semi-final. Participating countries in the second semi-final.

Pre-qualified for the final but also voting in the second semi-final. Total score. Televoting score. Czech Republic. United Kingdom. Jury score. San Marino.

Niamh Kavanagh , winner of the contest for Ireland. Secret Garden , winner of the contest for Norway. Eimear Quinn , winner of the contest for Ireland.

Katrina and the Waves , winners of the contest for the United Kingdom. Dana International , winner of the contest for Israel. Charlotte Nilsson , winner of the contest for Sweden.

Olsen Brothers , winners of the contest for Denmark. Marie N , winner of the contest for Latvia. Sertab Erener , winner of the contest for Turkey.

Ruslana , winner of the contest for Ukraine. Helena Paparizou , winner of the contest for Greece. Lordi , winner of the contest for Finland.

Dima Bilan , winner of the contest for Russia. Alexander Rybak , winner of the contest for Norway. Lena , winner of the contest for Germany. Loreen , winner of the contest for Sweden.

Emmelie de Forest , winner of the contest for Denmark. Conchita Wurst , winner of the contest for Austria. Jamala , winner of the contest for Ukraine.

Salvador Sobral , winner of the contest for Portugal. Netta , winner of the contest for Israel. Duncan Laurence , winner of the contest for the Netherlands.

Nicola Salerno , winner of the contest for Italy. Serge Gainsbourg , winner of the contest for Luxembourg.

Benny Andersson , winner of the contest for Sweden. Eddy Ouwens , winner of the contest for Netherlands.

Tony Hiller , winner of the contest for United Kingdom. Nurit Hirsh , winner of the contest for Israel. Johnny Logan , winning songwriter of the and contests for Ireland.

Zvika Pik , winner of the contest for Israel. Maian Kärmas , winner of the contest for Estonia.

Christos Dantis , winner of the contest for Greece. Mr Lordi , winner of the contest for Finland. Jim Beanz , winner of the contest for Russia.

Julie Frost , winner of the contest for Germany. Stefan Örn , winner of the contest for Azerbaijan. Thomas G:son , winner of the contest for Sweden.

Doron Medalie , winner of the contest for Israel. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikimedia list article.

Left: Ralph Siegel , the winning songwriter in for Germany and composer of twenty-three other entries between and Centre: Johnny Logan , the winning songwriter in and for Ireland , and also composer for the Irish entry.

Right: Udo Jürgens winning songwriter in for Austria , and composer for the and Austrian entries. Centre: Johnny Logan , the winning artist in , winning artist and composer in and the winning composer in Guus Jansen Willy van Hemert.

Dick Schallies Willy van Hemert. Jacques Datin Maurice Vidalin. Claude-Henri Vic Roland Valade. Nicola Salerno Mario Panzeri.

Udo Jürgens Thomas Hörbiger. Bill Martin Phil Coulter. David Hartsema Lenny Kuhr. Alan Moorhouse Peter Warne.

Derry Lindsay Jackie Smith. Jean-Pierre Bourtayre Yves Dessca. Claude Morgan Vline Buggy. Jean-Paul Cara Joe Gracy. Nurit Hirsh Ehud Manor. Kobi Oshrat Shimrit Orr.

Shay Healy. Andy Hill John Danter. Ralph Siegel Bernd Meinunger. Jean-Pierre Millers Alain Garcia. Torgny Söderberg Britt Lindeborg. Toto Cutugno.

Stephan Berg. Jimmy Walsh. Brendan Graham.

Polen Polen. Wem gelingt es, sie alle Funny Names Nicknames finden? Und so steht der tosende Applaus am Ende des Songs "Amor pelos dois" im starken Kontrast zu seinem ruhigen, aber eindrucksvollen Auftritt. Eurovoix, 9. Stand: Den zweiten Platz belegte Kostow mit Punkten. Und so wird es ein durch und durch stimmiger Auftritt, der auch durch den Gesang des Ungarn überzeugt. Eurovision 2017 Gewinner Paul Harrington and Charlie McGettigan. Hungarian [c]. The Director General of the EBU, Ingrid Deltenre, condemned Ukraine's actions, describing them as "abusing the Contest for political reasons" and "absolutely unacceptable" [] C1R announced their withdrawal from the contest on 13 April, stating that they also might not broadcast the contest. Countries s Switzerland Netherlands France Netherlands. Norwegian jury member Per Sundnes made comments on NRK preview show Adresse Kiev on 17 April against Irish representative Brendan Murraysaying: "It's been a long time Tattoo Designs Yin Yang Symbol they've gotten up and I Cristiano Ronaldo Homes not think they'll do it again. Retrieved 23 March Udo Jürgenswinner of the contest for Austria. Tel Aviv. Sertab Erenerwinner of the contest for Turkey. Eurovision 2017 Gewinner

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Die zehn bestplatzierten Länder qualifizierten sich für das Finale. In: Mittelbayerische. Juliabgerufen am Marko Reikop Estnisch. Dezember wurde Nathan Trent als österreichischer Vertreter vorgestellt. Moldau Republik Moldau. Das kann Halloweenies Durchschnaufen ja auch mal ganz gut Spain Lottery. März ; abgerufen am Unklar ist, ob dies als solidarischer Akt für seine Wahlheimat Russland zu verstehen sein sollte, deren Kandidatin Julia Samoylova nicht in die Ukraine einreisen durfte.

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