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Europa Song Contest 5
Be Weird
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Dates
Semi-final 1 date 2 May 2018
Semi-final 2 date 4 May 2018
Final date 20 May 2018
Host
Venue Laugardalshöll
Reykjavík, Iceland
Presenter(s) Glowie
Broadcaster RÚV
Opening act Semi Final 1: Svala perfom her song "Paper".

Semi Final 2: Delta Goodrem perform her song "Wings".
Grand Final: Gladius and Klara Elias perform their song "24Karat".

Interval act Semi Final 1: Glowie perform her song "No Lie".
Semi Final 2: Maria Olafs perform her song "Unbroken".
Grand Final: Gladius and Klara Elias perform the winning song of the previous edition "The Lunatics".
Participants
Entries 44
Debuting None
Returning Flag of Andorra Andorra
Flag of Czech Republic Czech Republic
Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe Islands
Flag of FYR Macedonia FYR Macedonia
Flag of Malta Malta
Flag of San Marino San Marino
Flag of Sweden Sweden
Withdrawing Flag of Austria Austria
Flag of Cyprus Cyprus
Flag of Denmark Denmark
Flag of Ireland Ireland
Flag of Latvia Latvia
Flag of Morocco Morocco
Flag of Portugal Portugal
Flag of Romania Romania
Flag of Serbia Serbia
Voting
System Each country awards two sets of 12, 10, 8–1 points to their 10 favourite songs: one from their professional jury and the other from televoting.
Winner Flag of Ukraine Ukraine
"Antarctica"
Europa Song Contest
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Europa Song Contest 5, often referred to as ESC 5, was the fifth edition of the Europa Song Contest. It was held in Reykjavik, Iceland as it was the host's country chose while Glowie was selected as the presenter.

Forty-four countries participated including AndorraCzech RepublicFaroe Islands, FYR Macedonia, Malta. San Marino and Sweden who were last represented in the fourth edition. AustriaCyprusDenmark, Ireland, Latvia, Morocco, Portugal, Romania and Serbia announced their withdrawal from the fifth edition.

Ukraine was crowned as the winner of the edition with the song "Antarctica" performed by The Hardkiss. The song gathered a total of 403 points, 26 points ahead the runner-up, Hungary. Poland finished on third place, while Italy, the United Kingdom and Finland completed the top 6 of the edition.

Location

Reykjavík is the capital and largest city of Iceland. It is located in southwestern Iceland, on the southern shore of Faxa Bay. Its latitude is 64°08' N, making it the world's northernmost capital of a sovereign state. With a population of around 123,300 (and over 216,940 in the Capital Region), it is the heart of Iceland's cultural, economic and governmental activity, and is a popular tourist destination.

Reykjavík is believed to be the location of the first permanent settlement in Iceland, which, according to Ingólfur Arnarson, was established in AD 874. Until the 19th century, there was no urban development in the city location. The city was founded in 1786 as an official trading town and grew steadily over the next decades, as it transformed into a regional and later national centre of commerce, population, and governmental activities. It is among the cleanest, greenest, and safest cities in the world. The first permanent settlement in Iceland by Norsemen is believed to have been established at Reykjavík by Ingólfur Arnarsonfrom Norway around AD 870; this is described in Landnámabók, or the Book of Settlement. Ingólfur Arnarson is said to have decided the location of his settlement using a traditional Norse method; he cast his high seat pillars(Öndvegissúlur) into the ocean when he saw the coastline, then settled where the pillars came to shore. The story about the pillars of course to many people is a bite hard to swallow. He obviously settled near the hot springs to keep warm in the winter and wouldn't have allowed it to be determined by happenstance. Furthermore the probability of the pillars drifting to that location from where they were said to have been thrown from the boat seems improbable. Nevertheless that is what the Landnamabok says and says furthermore that Ingolf's pillars are still to be found in a house there in town. Steam from hot springs in the region is said to have inspired Reykjavík's name, which loosely translates to Smoke Cove (the city is sometimes referred to as Bay of Smoke or Smoky Bay in English language travel guides). In the modern language, as in English, the word for 'smoke' and the word for fog or steamy vapour are not commonly confused but this is believed to have been the case in the old language. The original name was Reykjarvík with an additional "r" that had vanished around 1800.

Logo and theme

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The official logo of the fifth edition of the contest.
The official logo of the fourth edition of the contest.

The fifth 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 the Be Weird, which that's where the A note the Support Banners was made them by the Icelandic broadcaster RÚV.

Format

Semi-final allocation draw

The draw that determined the semi-final allocation was held on 21 April 2018 in Borganes. The big 5 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 RÚV.

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. Seven countries returned to the contest; Andorra, Czech Republic, Faroe Islands, FYR Macedonia, Malta, San Marino, Sweden.

However, nine countries withdrew from the edition; Austria, Cyprus, Denmark, Ireland, Latvia, Morocco, Portugal, Romania and Serbia.

Returning artists

Nicoleta Nuca was internally selected to represent Moldova for the second time; she previously represented the country in the first edition and took the 9th place with 98 points. Francesca Michielin was internally selected to represent Italy for the first time; she previously represent San Marino in the third edition and took the 25th place with 35 points. Oonagh was internally selected to represent Liechtenstein for the first time; she previously represent Germany in the first edition and took the 1st place with 156 points. Margaret was internally selected to represent Poland for the second time; she previously represented the country in the third edition and took the 7th place with 114 points.

Results

Semi-final 1

Nineteen countries participate in the first semi-final. Iceland, Lithuania and Turkey also voted in this semi-final. The highlighted countries qualified for the final.

Draw Country Artist Song Place Points
01 Flag of Finland Finland Saara Aalto "Domino" 2 225
02 Flag of Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Armanay "Mangilik Makhabbat" 18 86
03 Flag of Russia Russia Doni ft. Sati Kazanova "Ya Ukradu" 7 134
04 Flag of Poland Poland Margaret "In My Cabana" 8 130
05 Flag of Netherlands Netherlands Sharon Den Adel "Just What I Need Tonight" 6 136
06 Flag of Albania Albania Enca "Dua" 16 89
07 Flag of Spain Spain Rozalén "Girasoles" 11 121
08 Flag Of Greece Greece Animado "Ooh La La" 5 156
09 Flag of Liechtenstein Liechtenstein Oonagh ft. Safri Duo "Zeit der Sommernächte" 15 94
10 Flag of Belarus Belarus Streamlines "Wave" 17 88
11 Flag of Montenegro Montenegro Rada Manojlović "Pola Dva" 12 120
12 Flag of Ukraine Ukraine The Hardkiss "Antarctica" 3 203
13 Flag of Italy Italy Francesca Michielin "Vulcano" 1 237
14 Flag of Armenia Armenia Gor Hakobyan "Sirtd Srtis" 14 101
15 Flag of San Marino San Marino Joan Thiele "Polite" 13 102
16 Flag of FYR Macedonia FYR Macedonia Victorija Loba "Dojdi" 19 76
17 Flag of Czech Republic Czech Republic Pink Angels "Mamma Don't Lie" 4 187
18 Flag of Belgium Belgium Therapie TAXI ft. Roméo Elvis "Hit Sale" 10 124
19 Flag of Norway Norway Martin Solveig ft. Ina Wroldsen "Places" 9 128

Semi-final 2

Nineteen countries participate in the second semi-final. MoldovaSlovakia and Switzerland also voted in this semi-final. The highlighted countries qualified for the final.

Draw Country Artist Song Place Points
01 Flag of Malta Malta Aidan "Drums" 7 148
02 Flag of Slovenia Slovenia Muff "Where You Left Me" 15 96
03 Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe Islands Mads Langer "Flawless" 12 113
04 Flag of Luxembourg Luxembourg Naya "Girl on the Moon" 2 206
05 Flag of United Kingdom United Kingdom Years & Years "Sanctify" 3 192
06 Flag of France France Petite Meller "Argentina" 6 165
07 Flag of Bulgaria Bulgaria Tsvetelina Yaneva "Chestito" 19 69
08 Flag of Israel Israel Dennis Lloyd "Nevermind" 8 140
09 Flag of Estonia Estonia Grete Paia "Püüame Droone" 11 127
10 Flag of Andorra Andorra Au/Ra "Panic Room" 1 223
11 Flag of Sweden Sweden John Lundvik "All About The Games" 16 91
12 Flag of Hungary Hungary Tolvai Reni ft. Kállay Saunders "Say" 4 180
13 Flag of Georgia Georgia Cira "Hun Bun" 10 130
14 Flag of Lebanon Lebanon Blu Fiefer "Jukebox" 14 96
15 Flag of Croatia Croatia Nina Kraljić "Zaljuljali smo svijet" 5 179
16 Flag of Monaco Monaco Shaniz "C'est fini" 17 86
17 Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Nigar Jamal "Sus" 18 77
18 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia-Herzegovina Salvatore Ganacci "Way Back Home" 9 135
19 Flag of Germany Germany Alexa Feser "Leben" 13 99

Final

Draw Country Artist Song Place Points
01 Flag of Iceland Iceland Greta Salóme "Running Out Of Time" 8 225
02 Flag of Belgium Belgium Therapie TAXI ft. Roméo Elvis "Hit Sale" 20 143
03 Flag of Andorra Andorra Au/Ra "Panic Room" 7 227
04 Flag Of Greece Greece Animado "Ooh La La" 9 225
05 Flag of Croatia Croatia Nina Kraljić "Zaljuljali smo svijet" 13 205
06 Flag of Russia Russia Doni ft. Sati Kazanova "Ya Ukradu" 22 124
07 Flag of Israel Israel Dennis Lloyd "Nevermind" 16 167
08 Flag of Italy Italy Francesca Michielin "Vulcano" 4 290
09 Flag of Luxembourg Luxembourg Naya "Girl on the Moon" 10 221
10 Flag of Slovakia Slovakia Andrew May "Ked' Nie Si So Mnou" 24 94
11 Flag of France France Petite Meller "Argentina" 12 209
12 Flag of Czech Republic Czech Republic Pink Angels "Mamma Don't Lie" 14 187
13 Flag of Netherlands Netherlands Sharon Den Adel "Just What I Need Tonight" 17 164
14 Flag of Turkey Turkey Murat Uyar "Close Your Eyes" 26 69
15 Flag of Norway Norway Martin Solveig ft. Ina "Places" 21 132
16 Flag of United Kingdom United Kingdom Years & Years "Sanctify" 5 259
17 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia-Herzegovina Salvatore Ganacci "Way Back Home" 15 170
18 Flag of Poland Poland Margaret "In My Cabana" 3 306
19 Flag of Moldova Moldova Nicoleta Nuca "Castele de Nisip" 25 90
20 Flag of Georgia Georgia Cira "Hun Bun" 11 213
21 Flag of Ukraine Ukraine The Hardkiss "Antarctica" 1 403
22 Flag of Switzerland Switzerland Aliose "Viens la Nuit" 19 149
23 Flag of Finland Finland Saara Aalto "Domino" 6 245
24 Flag of Hungary Hungary Tolvai Reni ft. Kállay Saunders "Say" 2 377
25 Flag of Malta Malta Aidan "Drums" 23 119
26 Flag of Lithuania Lithuania Evelina Young "Wildfire" 18 152

Voting grids

Semi-final 1

Semi-final 1
split jury/televote results
Place Televoting Points Jury Points
1 Flag of Italy Italy 122 Flag of Finland Finland 136
2 Flag of Ukraine Ukraine 93 Flag of Italy Italy 115
3 Flag of Czech Republic Czech R. 90 Flag of Ukraine Ukraine 110
4 Flag of Finland Finland 89 Flag of Czech Republic Czech R. 97
5 Flag of Poland Poland 78 Flag Of Greece Greece 91
6 Flag of Norway Norway 71 Flag of Netherlands Netherlands 82
7 Flag of Spain Spain 70 Flag of Russia Russia 70
8 Flag Of Greece Greece 65 Flag of Belgium Belgium 64
9 Flag of Russia Russia 64 Flag of Armenia Armenia 60
10 Flag of Belgium Belgium 60 Flag of Montenegro Montenegro 60
11 Flag of Montenegro Montenegro 60 Flag of Norway Norway 57
12 Flag of FYR Macedonia Macedonia 58 Flag of Poland Poland 52
13 Flag of San Marino San Marino 55 Flag of Spain Spain 51
14 Flag of Netherlands Netherlands 54 Flag of Belarus Belarus 49
15 Flag of Albania Albania 52 Flag of San Marino San Marino 47
16 Flag of Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 51 Flag of Liechtenstein Liechtenstein 45
17 Flag of Liechtenstein Liechtenstein 49 Flag of Albania Albania 37
18 Flag of Armenia Armenia 41 Flag of Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 35
19 Flag of Belarus Belarus 39 Flag of Macedonia Macedonia 18

12 points

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

Countries in bold represent those awarded full 24 points (12 points apiece from professional jury and televoting) to a specified entrant.

Jury
No. Contestant Nation(s) giving 12 points
5 Finland Albania, Belarus, Lithuania, Montenegro, Russia
4 Italy Finland, FYR Macedonia, Iceland, Spain
3 Netherlands Belgium, Liechtenstein, Ukraine
Ukraine Greece, Kazakhstan, Netherlands
2 Greece Norway, Turkey
1 Armenia Italy
Belarus Czech Republic
Montenegro Armenia
Norway Poland
Russia San Marino
Televoting
No. Contestant Nation(s) giving 12 points
3 Czech Republic FYR Macedonia, Netherlands, Turkey
Spain Italy, Lithuania, Norway
Ukraine Belgium, Finland, Spain
2 Finland Albania, Montenegro
Poland Russia, San Marino
1 Belarus Czech Republic
Belgium Poland
FYR Macedonia Greece, Iceland
Italy Ukraine
Kazakhstan Belarus
Montenegro Armenia
Netherlands Liechtenstein
San Marino Kazakhstan

Semi-final 2

Semi-final 2
split jury/televote results
Place Televoting Points Jury Points
1 Flag of Andorra Andorra 125 Flag of Luxembourg Luxembourg 115
2 Flag of United Kingdom UK 102 Flag of Hungary Hungary 111
3 Flag of Luxembourg Luxembourg 92 Flag of Andorra Andorra 108
4 Flag of Croatia Croatia 91 Flag of France France 99
5 Flag of Georgia Georgia 82 Flag of Croatia Croatia 88
6 Flag of Malta Malta 79 Flag of United Kingdom UK 85
7 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina B&H 71 Flag of Israel Israel 70
8 Flag of Israel Israel 70 Flag of Malta Malta 69
9 Flag of Hungary Hungary 69 Flag of Estonia Estonia 65
10 Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe 67 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina B&H 64
11 Flag of France France 66 Flag of Lebanon Lebanon 61
12 Flag of Estonia Estonia 62 Flag of Slovenia Slovenia 58
13 Flag of Sweden Sweden 55 Flag of Germany Germany 51
14 Flag of Germany Germany 48 Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe 50
15 Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 45 Flag of Georgia Georgia 48
16 Flag of Bulgaria Bulgaria 41 Flag of Monaco Monaco 45
17 Flag of Monaco Monaco 41 Flag of Sweden Sweden 36
18 Flag of Slovenia Slovenia 38 Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 32
19 Flag of Lebanon Lebanon 34 Flag of Bulgaria Bulgaria 28

12 points

Below is a summary of the maximum 12 points awarded by each country in the second semi-final.

Countries in bold represent those awarded full 24 points (12 points apiece from professional jury and televoting) to a specified entrant.

Jury
No. Contestant Nation(s) giving 12 points
2 Andorra Luxembourg, Slovakia
Croatia Bulgaria, United Kingdom
Estonia Croatia, Faroe Islands
Hungary Azerbaijan, Germany
Lebanon Bosnia-Herzegovina, Moldova
Luxembourg Georgia, Switzerland
United Kingdom France, Monaco
1 Bosnia-Herzegovina Malta
Faroe Islands Sweden
France Estonia
Georgia Hungary
Germany Slovenia
Israel Lebanon
Malta Andorra
Slovenia Israel
Televoting
No. Contestant Nation(s) giving 12 points
6 Andorra Azerbaijan, France, Germany, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Slovakia
5 Croatia Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Estonia, Hungary, Monaco
2 Luxembourg Georgia, United Kingdom
United Kingdom Israel, Switzerland
1 Bosnia-Herzegovina Malta
Bulgaria Slovenia
Faroe Islands Sweden
France Moldova
Estonia Croatia
Germany Faroe Islands
Sweden Andorra

Final

Final
split jury/televote results
Place Televoting Points Jury Points
1 Flag of Poland Poland 190 Flag of Ukraine Ukraine 223
2 Flag of Ukraine Ukraine 180 Flag of Hungary Hungary 207
3 Flag of Hungary Hungary 170 Flag of Italy Italy 155
4 Flag of Andorra Andorra 152 Flag of Iceland Iceland 136
5 Flag of Italy Italy 135 Flag of Luxembourg Luxembourg 131
6 Flag of United Kingdom UK 132 Flag of Croatia Croatia 128
7 Flag Of Greece Greece 129 Flag of United Kingdom UK 127
8 Flag of Georgia Georgia 128 Flag of Finland Finland 120
9 Flag of Finland Finland 125 Flag of Poland Poland 116
10 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina B&H 110 Flag of Lithuania Lithuania 114
11 Flag of Czech Republic Czech R. 102 Flag of France France 113
12 Flag of France France 96 Flag of Israel Israel 108
13 Flag of Luxembourg Luxembourg 90 Flag Of Greece Greece 96
14 Flag of Iceland Iceland 89 Flag of Netherlands Netherlands 92
15 Flag of Norway Norway 83 Flag of Czech Republic Czech R. 85
16 Flag of Russia Russia 80 Flag of Georgia Georgia 85
17 Flag of Belgium Belgium 79 Flag of Andorra Andorra 75
18 Flag of Switzerland Switzerland 77 Flag of Switzerland Switzerland 72
19 Flag of Croatia Croatia 77 Flag of Moldova Moldova 68
20 Flag of Netherlands Netherlands 72 Flag of Belgium Belgium 64
21 Flag of Malta Malta 65 Flag of Slovakia Slovakia 61
22 Flag of Israel Israel 59 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina B&H 60
23 Flag of Turkey Turkey 40 Flag of Malta Malta 54
24 Flag of Lithuania Lithuania 37 Flag of Norway Norway 49
25 Flag of Slovakia Slovakia 33 Flag of Russia Russia 44
26 Flag of Moldova Moldova 22 Flag of Turkey Turkey 29

12 points

Below is a summary of the maximum 12 points awarded by each country in the final.

Countries in bold represent those awarded full 24 points (12 points apiece from professional jury and televoting) to a specified entrant.

Jury
No. Contestant Nation(s) giving 12 points
8 Ukraine Armenia, Belarus, Israel, Kazakhstan, Netherlands, ROTW, Slovakia, Slovenia
7 Hungary Andorra, Azerbaijan, Croatia, France, Germany, Greece, Turkey
4 Croatia Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Monaco, United Kingdom
3 France Italy, Moldova, Slovenia
Netherlands Liechtenstein, Russia, Ukraine
2 Georgia Hungary, Montenegro
Greece Czech Republic, Georgia
Israel Lebanon, Poland
Luxembourg Faroe Islands, Switzerland
Poland Estonia, Iceland
United Kingdom Albania, Belgium
1 Andorra Luxembourg
Czech Republic FYR Macedonia
Finland Lithuania
Iceland Norway
Italy San Marino
Lithuania Malta
Slovakia Finland
Switzerland Sweden
Televoting
No. Contestant Nation(s) giving 12 points
5 Poland France, Greece, Iceland, Slovakia, Turkey
Ukraine Belarus, Belgium, FYR Macedonia, Lithuania, Spain
4 Greece Armenia, Czech Republic, Georgia, Switzerland
Italy Estonia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, United Kingdom
3 Andorra Azerbaijan, Luxembourg, Norway
France Bulgaria, Italy, Moldova
2 Croatia Monaco, Slovenia
Czech Republic Croatia, Finland
Finland Albania, San Marino
Georgia Germany, Montenegro
Hungary Andorra, Bosnia-Herzegovina
Netherlands Liechtenstein, Sweden
Switzerland Hungary, Russia
United Kingdom Netherlands, Poland
1 Israel Lebanon
Lithuania Malta
Luxembourg Faroe Islands
Norway Israel

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 Austria Austria: ORF announce on 16 April 2018 that the country will not participate in the fifth edition because the fourth edition failed to qualify to the semi-finals.
  • Flag of Cyprus Cyprus: RIK announce on 23 April 2018 that the country will represented by Ivi Adamou but later Cypurs announce their withdrawal.
  • Flag of Denmark Denmark: DR announce that the country will take one edition break.
  • Flag of Ireland Ireland: RTÉ announce that the country will withdraw from the fifth edition.
  • Flag of Latvia Latvia: After their non-qualification in the fourth edition, Latvia decide to withdraw from the contest. A return in the contest is possible.
  • Flag of Morocco Morocco: After their non-qualification from the pre-qualification round in the fourth edition, the Moroccan broadcaster SNRT announce that the country will withdraw from the contest.
  • Flag of Portugal Portugal: RTP announce on 21 May 2017 that the country won't take part in the fifth edition.
  • Flag of Romania Romania: TVR1 announce that the country will not participate in the fifth edition due to lack of interest and for the average result from the previous edition.
  • Flag of Serbia Serbia: PTC announce that the country will not participate in the fifth edition.

International broadcasts and voting

Voting and spokespersons

  1. Flag of Russia Nyusha
  2. Flag of Lithuania Moniqué
    (Lithuanian representative in the fourth edition)
  3. Flag of Bulgaria Zhana Bergendorff
  4. Flag of Croatia Luminize
    (Croatian representative in the third edition)
  5. Flag of FYR Macedonia Jana Burčeska
  6. Flag of Kazakhstan Zhanar Dugalova
  7. Flag of United Kingdom Liam Payne
    (Enlgish representative in the fourth edition)
  8. Flag of Andorra Aitana
  9. Flag of Poland Kasia Moś
  10. Flag of Germany Lena
  11. Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina Maya Berović
  12. Flag of Liechtenstein Kim Petras
  13. Flag of Armenia Essaï Altounian
  14. Flag of Moldova Pasha Parfeny
  15. Flag of Finland Krista Siegfrids

  1. Flag of Azerbaijan Sabina Babayeva
  2. Flag of Malta Gianluca Bezzina
  3. Flag of Belgium Peter Van de Veire
  4. Flag of Spain Amaia
  5. Flag of San Marino Chiara Galiazzo
    (San Marinese representative in the second edition)
  6. Flag of Montenegro Ljupka Stevic
    (Montenegrin representative in the fourth edition)
  7. Flag of Albania Ronela Hajati
  8. Flag of Switzerland Tina Tuner
  9. Flag of Ukraine Jamala
  10. Flag of Luxembourg Gezza
  11. Flag of Lebanon Cynthia Khalifeh
  12. Flag of Netherlands Waylon
  13. Flag of Israel Imri Ziv
  14. Flag of Norway Julie Bergan
    (Norwegian representative in the fourth edition)
  15. Flag of Estonia Elina Nechayeva

  1. Flag of Faroe Islands Eivør
    (Faroese representative in the first edition, third edition)
  2. Flag of France Kendji Girac
  3. Flag of Sweden Robin Bengtsson
  4. Flag of Turkey Murat Dalkılıç
  5. Flag of Monaco Laetitia Mikail
  6. Flag of Greece Eleni Foureira
    (Greek representative and winner of the third edition)
  7. Flag of Slovenia Melania Trump
  8. Flag of Italy Eleonora Boi
  9. Flag of Georgia Tamara Gachechiladze
  10. Flag of Belarus Teo
  11. Flag of Czech Republic Lemmy
  12. Flag of Hungary Barbara Palvin
  13. Flag of Slovakia Celeste Buckingham
  14. Flag of Iceland Maria Olafs
  15. Flag of PQR Glowie
    (Host of the fifth edition)

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