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Europa Song Contest 3
Leaving Traces
ESC 3 Logo
Dates
Semi-final 1 date 1 February 2018
Semi-final 2 date 3 February 2018
Final date 26 February 2018
Host
Venue Malmö Arena
Malmö. Sweden
Presenter(s) Måns Zelmerlöw
Petra Mede
Broadcaster SVT
Opening act Semi Final 1: Mariette perform the winning song "A Million Years".
Semi Final 2: Måns Zelmerlöw perfom his song "Heroes".
Interval act Semi Final 1: Måns Zelmerlöw perfom his song "Glorious".
Semi Final 2: Mariette perfom her song "Don't Stop Believing.
Participants
Entries 44
Debuting Flag of Andorra Andorra
Flag of Morocco Morocco
Flag of Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
Flag of Luxembourg Luxembourg
Flag of Switzerland Switzerland
Returning Flag of Albania Albania
Flag of Portugal Portugal
Withdrawing Flag of France France
Flag of Latvia Latvia
Flag of Slovakia Slovakia
Flag of Slovenia Slovenia
Voting
System Each country/jury awards 12, 10, 8–1 points to their top 10 songs.
Null points Flag of Morocco Morocco (semi-final 2)
Winner Flag Of Greece Greece
"Mono Gia Sena"
Europa Song Contest
◄ 2 Eurovision Heart 4 ►

Europa Song Contest 3, often referred to as ESC 3, was the third edition of the Europa Song Contest. It was held in Malmö, Sweden as it was the host's country chose Malmö Arena, while Måns Zelmerlöw and Petra Mede was selected as the presenter for the third edition.

Forty-four countries participated in the edition including AndorraMoroccoLiechtensteinLuxembourg and Switzerland that made their debut appearance in the edition with Albania and Portugal returning. FranceLatviaSlovakia and Slovakia announced their withdrawal from the third edition.

Greece was crowned as the winner of the edition with the song "Mono Gia Sena" performed by Eleni Foureira. The song gathered a total of 277 points, 76 points ahead the runner-up, NetherlandsSerbia finished on third place, while GermanyDenmark and Croatia completed the top 6 of the edition.

In 1434, a new citadel was constructed at the beach south of the town. This fortress, known today as Malmöhus, did not take its current form until the mid-16th century. Several other fortifications were constructed, making Malmö Sweden's most fortified city, but only Malmöhus remains.

Malmö in 1580: Malmö Castle can be seen at far left, Sankt Petri Church's tower at center

Lutheran teachings spread during the 16th century Protestant Reformation, and Malmö became one of the first cities in Scandinavia to fully convert (1527–1529) to this Protestant denomination.

In the 17th century, Malmö and the Scanian region (Skåneland) came under control of Sweden following the Treaty of Roskilde with Denmark, signed in 1658. Fighting continued, however; in June 1677, 14,000 Danish troops laid siege to Malmö for a month, but were unable to defeat the Swedish troops holding it.

By the dawn of the 18th century, Malmö had about 2,300 inhabitants. However, owing to the wars of Charles XII of Sweden (reigned 1697–1718) and to bubonic plague epidemics, the population dropped to 1,500 by 1727. The population did not grow much until the modern harbour was constructed in 1775. The city started to expand and the population in 1800 was 4,000. 15 years later, it had increased to 6,000.

Location

Malmö is the capital and largest city of the Swedish county of Scania. Malmö is the third largest city in Sweden, after Stockholm and Gothenburg, and the 5th biggest city in Scandinavia, with a population of above 300,000. The Malmö Metropolitan Region is home to 700,000 people, and the Øresund Region, which includes Malmö, is home to 3.9 million people.

Malmö was one of the earliest and most industrialized towns of Scandinavia, but it struggled with the adaptation to post-industrialism. Since the construction of the Øresund Bridge, Malmö has undergone a major transformation with architectural developments, and it has attracted new biotech and IT companies, and particularly students through Malmö University, founded in 1998. The city contains many historic buildings and parks, and is also a commercial centre for the western part of Scania.

The earliest written mention of Malmö as a city dates from 1275. It is thought to have been founded a couple of decades earlier, as a fortified quay or ferry berth of the Archbishop of Lund, some 20 kilometres (12 miles) to the north-east. Malmö was for centuries Denmark's second-biggest city. Its original name was Malmhaug (with alternate spellings), meaning "Gravel pile" or "Ore Hill".

In the 15th century, Malmö became one of Denmark's largest and most frequented cities, reaching a population of approximately 5,000 inhabitants. It became the most important city around the Øresund, with the German Hanseatic League frequenting it as a marketplace, and was notable for its flourishing herring fishery. In 1437, King Eric of Pomerania (King of Denmark from 1396–1439) granted the city's arms: argent with a griffin gules, based on Eric's arms from Pomerania. The griffin's head as a symbol of Malmö extended to the entire province of Scania from 1660.

Bidding phase

City Venue Capacity Notes
Gothenburg Scandinavium 14,000
Malmö Malmö Arena Template:If empty 15,500
Stockholm Ericsson Globe 16,000 Venue of the final of Melodifestivalen in second edition
Tele2 Arena 45,000 SVT announced on 24 May 2015 that Tele2 Arena was their first choice venue for the contest. However, it was not possible to use the venue due to the 4–6 week organisation requirement, which would impact on the pre-scheduled home games of Hammarby Fotboll. The EBU announced on 14 March 2016 that Tele2 Arena would host Eurovision The Party, and the results of the Swedish jury vote would be announced live from the event.

Logo and theme

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The official logo of the third edition of the contest.
The official logo of the third edition of the contest.

The third edition logo of the Europa Song Contest was previously designed by George Rospier the main producer of Europa Song Contest. The main idea was to transmit something shocking, intense and energetic due to the some issues that the contest was suffering in the last edition. Overcoming those issues between all the producers and participants, led to this magnificient logo and everything is possible if you want to Leaving Traces, which that's where the A note the Support Banners was made them by the Swedish broadcaster SVT.'

Format

Semi-final allocation draw

The draw that determined the semi-final allocation was held on 19 June 2017 in Stockholm. The big 6 countries were then drawn to determine in which semi-final each would country vote. The rest of the thirty-eight countries were divided into six pots, based on their geographical place. Each time a country was drawn from the pot, its semi-final and half of the semi-final was determined.

The six pots were the following:

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

Running order

The running order of the semi-finals and the final of the edition was by producers appointed by both the EBU and the host broadcaster SVT.

Sneak peeks and betting odds

There were five sneak peeks with one to nine countries in each sneak peek. The countries were divided into the sneak peeks according to the order of the songs announcement with the songs that were announced first being in the first sneak peek. The broadcasters can post their result for each of the sneak peeks ranking the songs from first to last.

The betting odds of the edition are based on the rankings in the sneak peeks. The average rank of each country represented the country's odds to win the contest.

Participating countries

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     Countries in the first semi-final
     Countries voting in the first semi-final
     Countries in the second semi-final
     Countries voting in the second semi-final

Forty-four countries confirmed their participation for the edition. Five of them, AndorraMorocco, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg and Switzerland, made their debut appearance in the contest. Two countries also returned to the contest; Albania and Portugal, who last took part in the second edition, returned to the contest after a one-edition break.

However, four countries withdrew from the edition; France, Latvia, Slovakia and Slovenia.

Returning artists

Eivør was internally selected to represent Faroe Islands for the second time; she previously represented the country in the first editionElsa & Emilie, who previously competed in the second edition for the Norway, returned to represent the country for the second time. Aine Cahill returned after representing Ireland in the first edition.

Results

Semi-final 1

Nineteen countries participate in the first semi-final. Czech Republic, Malta and Sweden also voted in this semi-final. The highlighted countries qualified for the final.

Draw Country Artist Song Place Points
01 Flag of Belgium Belgium Henri PFR "Flames" 6 75
02 Flag of Italy Italy Tiziano Ferro "Lento/Veloce" 11 60
03 Flag of Finland Finland Alma "Chasing Highs" 14 54
04 Flag of Albania Albania Diona Fona "Havera" 10 62
05 Flag of Luxembourg Luxembourg Francis Davila ft. Ben Alexander "Anyway" 12 60
06 Flag of Lebanon Lebanon Massari "So Long" 18 42
07 Flag of Armenia Armenia Iveta Mukuchyan "Amena" 4 80
08 Flag of Israel Israel Lola Marsh "Morning Bells" 3 83
09 Flag of Russia Russia Reina "Bailando" 19 23
10 Flag of Netherlands Netherlands Krystl "Losing My Head" 1 150
11 Flag of San Marino San Marino Francesca Michielin "Almeno Tu" 8 68
12 Flag of Romania Romania The Motans feat. Delia "Weekend" 13 56
13 Flag of Switzerland Switzerland BOY "Fear" 16 47
14 Flag of Denmark Denmark Noréll "Damage Done" 7 74
15 Flag of Serbia Serbia Tea Tairovic "Nevolja" 9 66
16 Flag of Germany Germany Story of Dakota "Feuer" 5 78
17 Flag of Ireland Ireland Aine Cahill "Plastic" 15 53
18 Flag of Poland Poland Margaret "What You Do" 2 102
19 Flag of Austria Austria Nathan Trent "Like it is" 17 43

Semi-final 2

Nineteen countries participate in the second semi-final. Hungary, Lithuania and the United Kingdom also voted in this semi-final. The highlighted countries qualified for the final.

Draw Country Artist Song Place Points
01 Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Eldar "Tell Me About Love" 1 113
02 Flag of Morocco Morocco Ahmed Chawki "Tsunami" 19 0
03 Flag of Ukraine Ukraine Ani Lorak "Hold My Heart" 6 80
04 Flag of Moldova Moldova Sandy C "Oare" 12 58
05 Flag Of Greece Greece Eleni Foureira "Mono Gia Sena" 10 76
06 Flag of Iceland Iceland Thorsteinn Einarsson "Aurora" 3 95
07 Flag of Belarus Belarus Iowa "140" 2 98
08 Flag of Liechtenstein Liechtenstein Balbina "Langsam Langsamer" 11 68
09 Flag of Norway Norway Elsa & Emilie "Chains of Promises" 4 91
10 Flag of Turkey Turkey Aynur Aydin "Damla Damla" 16 48
11 Flag of Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Ziruza "Ayt Endi" 18 28
12 Flag of Bulgaria Bulgaria Divna "KillaBee" 13 56
13 Flag of Spain Spain Nelou "Echo" 14 53
14 Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe Islands Eivør "Surrender" 9 77
15 Flag of Andorra Andorra Irene Caruncho "Otra Vez" 17 35
16 Flag of Croatia Croatia Luminize "Twilight" 7 79
17 Flag of Portugal Portugal Salvador Sobral "Nem Eu" 15 52
18 Flag of Estonia Estonia Liis Lemsalu "Keep Running" 5 90
19 Flag of FYR Macedonia FYR Macedonia Kanita "Don't Let Me Go" 8 79

Final

Draw Country Artist Song Place Points
01 Flag of United Kingdom United Kingdom Little Mix ft. Stormzy "Power" 16 90
02 Flag of Belarus Belarus Iowa "140" 12 101
03 Flag of Denmark Denmark Noréll "Damage Done" 5 124
04 Flag of Poland Poland Margaret "What You Do" 7 114
05 Flag of FYR Macedonia FYR Macedonia Kanita "Don't Let Me Go" 11 103
06 Flag of Czech Republic Czech Republic Kristian "Blázni Století" 22 44
07 Flag of Belgium Belgium Henri PFR "Flames 18 64
08 Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Eldar "Tell Me About Love" 14 95
09 Flag of Lithuania Lithuania Solo Ansamblis "Moteris" 26 32
10 Flag of Albania Albania Diona Fona "Havera" 15 94
11 Flag of Croatia Croatia Luminize "Twilight" 6 117
12 Flag of Netherlands Netherlands Krystl "Losing My Head" 2 201
13 Flag of Hungary Hungary Radics Gigi "See it Through" 17 86
14 Flag of Germany Germany Story of Dakota "Feuer" 4 152
15 Flag of Sweden Sweden Julia Kedhammar "Everywhere" 23 42
16 Flag of Estonia Estonia Liis Lemsalu "Keep Running" 20 50
17 Flag of Israel Israel Lola Marsh "Morning Bells" 8 111
18 Flag Of Greece Greece Eleni Foureira "Mono Gia Sena" 1 277
19 Flag of San Marino San Marino Francesca Michielin "Almeno Tu" 25 35
20 Flag of Iceland Iceland Thorsteinn Einarsson "Aurora" 24 41
21 Flag of Serbia Serbia Tea Tairovic "Nevolja" 3 158
22 Flag of Norway Norway Elsa & Emilie "Chains of Promises" 13 100
23 Flag of Malta Malta Claudia Faniello "When it's Time" 21 49
24 Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe Islands Eivør "Surrender" 19 52
25 Flag of Armenia Armenia Iveta Mukuchyan "Amena" 10 105
26 Flag of Ukraine Ukraine Ani Lorak "Hold My Heart" 9 107

Voting grids

Semi-final 1

Semi-final 1
split jury/televote results
Place Televoting Points Jury Points
1 Flag of Netherlands Netherlands 144 Flag of Netherlands Netherlands 128
2 Flag of Armenia Armenia 113 Flag of Denmark Denmark 125
3 Flag of Serbia Serbia 91 Flag of Poland Poland 107
4 Flag of Poland Poland 82 Flag of Israel Israel 94
5 Flag of Belgium Belgium 81 Flag of Belgium Belgium 77
6 Flag of Israel Israel 78 Flag of Germany Germany 74
7 Flag of Albania Albania 78 Flag of Italy Italy 71
8 Flag of Germany Germany 70 Flag of Ireland Ireland 66
9 Flag of Luxembourg Luxembourg 65 Flag of San Marino San Marino 64
10 Flag of Romania Romania 60 Flag of Serbia Serbia 64
11 Flag of Finland Finland 55 Flag of Armenia Armenia 58
12 Flag of Switzerland Switzerland 52 Flag of Austria Austria 60
13 Flag of San Marino San Marino 50 Flag of Luxembourg Luxembourg 47
14 Flag of Denmark Denmark 45 Flag of Albania Albania 42
15 Flag of Italy Italy 44 Flag of Finland Finland 39
16 Flag of Russia Russia 36 Flag of Romania Romania 36
17 Flag of Ireland Ireland 28 Flag of Lebanon Lebanon 31
18 Flag of Austria Austria 25 Flag of Switzerland Switzerland 14
19 Flag of Lebanon Lebanon 12 Flag of Russia Russia 7

12 points

Below is a summary of the maximum 12 points each country awarded to another in the first semi-final:

No. Contestant Nation(s) giving 12 points
5 Flag of Netherlands Netherlands Faroe Islands, Ukraine, United Kingdom
4 Flag of Poland Poland Lebanon, Luxembourg, Romania, Netherlands
3 Flag of Italy Italy Czech Republic, Finland, Serbia
2 Flag of Denmark Denmark Poland, Sweden
1 Flag of Armenia Armenia Belgium
Flag of Belgium Belgium Russia
Flag of Ireland Ireland Italy
Flag of Israel Israel Germany
Flag of Lebanon Lebanon Ireland
Flag of Luxembourg Luxembourg Denmark
Flag of San Marino San Marino Austria
Flag of Serbia Serbia Armenia

Semi-final 2

Semi-final 2
split jury/televote results
Place Televoting Points Jury Points
1 Flag Of Greece Greece 148 Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 131
2 Flag of FYR Macedonia Macedonia 94 Flag of Estonia Estonia 105
3 Flag of Norway Norway 92 Flag of Iceland Iceland 102
4 Flag of Belarus Belarus 87 Flag of Belarus Belarus 94
5 Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 81 Flag of Ukraine Ukraine 90
6 Flag of Bulgaria Bulgaria 75 Flag of Liechtenstein Liechtenstein 89
7 Flag of Iceland Iceland 73 Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe 86
8 Flag of Turkey Turkey 70 Flag of Croatia Croatia 78
9 Flag of Ukraine Ukraine 67 Flag of Moldova Moldova 65
10 Flag of Spain Spain 65 Flag of Norway Norway 63
11 Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe 58 Flag of Spain Spain 59
12 Flag of Croatia Croatia 56 Flag of Bulgaria Bulgaria 57
13 Flag of Estonia Estonia 51 Flag Of Greece Greece 54
14 Flag of Moldova Moldova 46 Flag of Portugal Portugal 49
15 Flag of Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 43 Flag of FYR Macedonia Macedonia 48
16 Flag of Portugal Portugal 35 Flag of Andorra Andorra 48
17 Flag of Liechtenstein Liechtenstein 22 Flag of Turkey Turkey 11
18 Flag of Andorra Andorra 17 Flag of Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 5
19 Flag of Morocco Morocco 3 Flag of Morocco Morocco 0

12 points

Below is a summary of the maximum 12 points each country awarded to another in the second semi-final:

No. Contestant Nation(s) giving 12 points
5 Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Andorra, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Ukraine, United Kingdom
2 Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe Islands FYR Macedonia, Iceland
Flag of FYR Macedonia FYR Macedonia Spain, Turkey
Flag Of Greece Greece Azerbaijan, Belarus
Flag of Turkey Turkey Croatia, Portugal
1 Flag of Belarus Belarus Moldova
Flag of Bulgaria Bulgaria Morocco
Flag of Croatia Croatia Kazakhstan
Flag of Iceland Iceland Hungary
Flag of Moldova Moldova Estonia
Flag of Portugal Portugal Norway
Flag of Ukraine Ukraine Bulgaria

Final

Final
split jury/televote results
Place Televoting Points Jury Points
1 Flag Of Greece Greece 302 Flag of Netherlands Netherlands 214
2 Flag of Serbia Serbia 197 Flag Of Greece Greece 211
3 Flag of Netherlands Netherlands 176 Flag of Germany Germany 186
4 Flag of FYR Macedonia Macedonia 162 Flag of Croatia Croatia 155
5 Flag of Ukraine Ukraine 142 Flag of Poland Poland 129
6 Flag of Albania Albania 125 Flag of Armenia Armenia 124
7 Flag of Israel Israel 121 Flag of Denmark Denmark 117
8 Flag of Armenia Armenia 118 Flag of Ukraine Ukraine 109
9 Flag of Denmark Denmark 115 Flag of Israel Israel 97
10 Flag of Norway Norway 113 Flag of Serbia Serbia 95
11 Flag of United Kingdom UK 97 Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 94
12 Flag of Poland Poland 93 Flag of Norway Norway 92
13 Flag of Belarus Belarus 86 Flag of Belarus Belarus 92
14 Flag of Sweden Sweden 77 Flag of Belgium Belgium 88
15 Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 76 Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe 83
16 Flag of Hungary Hungary 71 Flag of Estonia Estonia 64
17 Flag of Germany Germany 68 Flag of Malta Malta 61
18 Flag of Croatia Croatia 61 Flag of Hungary Hungary 56
19 Flag of Iceland Iceland 40 Flag of Iceland Iceland 51
20 Flag of Estonia Estonia 36 Flag of Czech Republic Czech R. 50
21 Flag of Malta Malta 36 Flag of FYR Macedonia Macedonia 47
22 Flag of Belgium Belgium 31 Flag of United Kingdom UK 45
23 Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe 27 Flag of San Marino San Marino 42
24 Flag of Czech Republic Czech R. 24 Flag of Albania Albania 35
25 Flag of San Marino San Marino 12 Flag of Lithuania Lithuania 33
26 Flag of Lithuania Lithuania 7 Flag of Sweden Sweden 0

12 points

Below is a summary of the maximum 12 points each country awarded to another in the final:

No. Contestant Nation(s) giving 12 points
7 Flag Of Greece Greece Andorra, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Portugal, Russia, Ukraine, United Kingdom
6 Flag of Netherlands Netherlands Belgium, Faroe Islands, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Morocco
5 Flag of Serbia Serbia Albania, Croatia, Israel, Malta, Romania
4 Flag of Germany Germany Denmark, Hungary, Liechtenstein, Norway
3 Flag of Armenia Armenia Austria, Czech Republic, Lithuania
2 Flag of Belarus Belarus Greece, Moldova
Flag of Croatia Croatia Italy, Switzerland
Flag of Denmark Denmark Poland, Sweden
Flag of FYR Macedonia FYR Macedonia Spain, Turkey
Flag of Israel Israel Lebanon, San Marino
Flag of Ukraine Ukraine Bulgaria, Kazakhstan
1 Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Belarus
Flag of Belgium Belgium Serbia
Flag of Czech Republic Czech Republic Estonia
Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe Islands FYR Macedonia
Flag of Norway Norway Finland
Flag of Poland Poland Luxembourg
Flag of United Kingdom United Kingdom Netherlands

Web Award

A poll was opened during the final of the edition with all the finalists. The public could vote for their favorite songs and there was no limit in choices. However, only one vote per user was allowed. The winner and the top 10 of the poll was presented before the final voting.

Place Country Artist Song Percent
1 Flag Of Greece Greece Eleni Foureira "Mono Gia Sena" 12.94%
2 Flag of Netherlands Netherlands Krystl "Losing My Head" 9.41%
3 Flag of Poland Poland Margaret "What You Do" 7.84
4 Flag of Albania Albania Diona Fona "Havera" 7.23
5 Flag of Serbia Serbia Tea Tairovic "Nevolja" 6.97%
6 Flag of Armenia Armenia Iveta Mukuchyan Amena 5.88%
7 Flag of FYR Macedonia FYR Macedonia Kanita "Don't Let Me Go" 4.34%
8 Flag of United Kingdom United Kingdom Little Mix ft. Stormzy "Power" 3.98%
9 Flag of Israel Israel Lola Marsh "Morning Bells 3.53%
10 Flag of Ukraine Ukraine Ani Lorak "Hold My Heart" 3.39%

Other countries

Further information: List of countries in the Europa Song Contest

Countries that are active members of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) are also eligible to participate in the Europa Song Contest. As in every edition, an invitation to all the members have been sent in order to confirm whether they will participate or not. The following list of countries declined stating their reasons as shown below.

Active EBU Members

  • Flag of Cyprus Cyprus: PIK announce on 5 June 2017 that Cyprus will not return in the contest.
  • Flag of France France: M6 announce on 3 June 2017 that France will participate in the third edition, but later France decide to withdraw after their bad result in the previous edition.
  • Flag of Latvia Latvia: After their non-qualification in the second edition, Latvia decide to withdraw from the contest. A return in the contest is possible.
  • Flag of Monaco Monaco: On 29 June 2017 Monaco announce that they won't return.
  • Flag of Slovakia Slovakia: Jednotka announce that the country will participate in the third edition, but due to lack of new singers Slovakia decide to withdraw.
  • Flag of Slovenia Slovenia: On 11 June 2017, RTV SLO announced that Slovenia would not be competing in the second edition due to budget costs.

International broadcasts and voting

Voting and spokespersons

  1. Flag of Iceland Greta Salóme
  2. Flag of Albania Enca Haxhia
  3. Flag of Germany Oonagh
    (German representative in the second edition)
  4. Flag of Kazakhstan Dimash Kudaibergen
  5. Flag of Netherlands Tim Douwsma
  6. Flag of Armenia Sirusho
  7. Flag of Azerbaijan Dihaj
  8. Flag of Norway Mørland
  9. Flag of Lebanon Farid Matar
  10. Flag of Switzerland Ginta Biku
  11. Flag of Romania Freia
  12. Flag of Sweden Benjamin Eidem
  13. Flag of United Kingdom Rita Ora
  14. Flag of Greece Marios Lekkas
  15. Flag of Belgium Loïc Nottet

  1. Flag of Austria Zoë
  2. Flag of FYR Macedonia Adelina Tahiri
    (FYR Macedonian representative in the second edition)
  3. Flag of San Marino Chiara Galiazzo
    (San Marinese representative in the second edition)
  4. Flag of Belarus Alexander Rybak
    (Belarusian representative in the first edition)
  5. Flag of Ukraine Svetlana Loboda
    (Ukrainian representative in the second edition)
  6. Flag of Finland Saara Aalto
  7. Flag of Italy Bianca Balti
  8. Flag of Luxembourg Nicolas Szturma
  9. Flag of Bulgaria Galena
    (Bulgarian representative in the second edition)
  10. Flag of Croatia Jacques Houdek
  11. Flag of Ireland Kasey Smith
  12. Flag of Serbia Rada Manojlovic
  13. Flag of Hungary Tolvai Reni
  14. Flag of Spain Ricky Merino
  15. Flag of Israel Imri Ziv

  1. Flag of Morocco Samira Said
  2. Flag of Russia Ivan Khaustov
  3. Flag of Moldova Nicoleta Nuca
    (Moldovan representative in the first edition)
  4. Flag of Czech Republic Tomas Skoloudik
  5. Flag of Estonia Kerli
    (Estonian representative in the first edition)
  6. Flag of Liechtenstein Rose May Alaba
    (Austrian representative in the second edition)
  7. Flag of Andorra Blas Cantó
  8. Flag of Lithuania Greta Zazza
    (Lithuanian representative in the second edition)
  9. Flag of Denmark Emmelie De Forest
  10. Flag of Faroe Islands Jórunn Gudmundsen
  11. Flag of Portugal Ella Nor
    (Portuguese representative in the first edition)
  12. Flag of Turkey Murat Dalkılıç
  13. Flag of Poland Cleo
  14. Flag of Malta Ira Losco
    (Maltese representative in the second edition)

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