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Eurovision 2017 finalists and running order confirmed: See who’s performing when

Eurovision 2017 is just a day away now and here’s a full rundown of the finalists and running order.
Two live semi-finals this week decided the contestants in the final alongside the ‘Big Five’ automatic qualifiers – the UK, France, Italy, Germany and Spain.

Now the full line up of contestants and songs are known for Saturday’s Eurovision 2017 song contest final in the Ukraine.

Plus, the Eurovision 2017 running order has also been revealed in full following the draw with the UK getting a spot slap bang in the middle of the second half.

Eurovision 2017 running order

The countries, contestants and songs in the final

01: Israel – IMRI, “I Feel Alive”
02: Poland – Kasia Moś, “Flashlight”
03: Belarus – Naviband, “Story of My Life”
04: Austria – Nathan Trent, “Running on Air”
05: Armenia – Artsvik, “Fly with Me”
06: Netherlands – O’G3NE, “Lights and Shadows”
07: Moldova – Sunstroke Project, “Hey, Mamma!”
08: Hungary – Joci Pápai, “Origo”
09: Italy – Francesco Gabbani, “Occidentali’s Karma”
10: Denmark – Anja, “Where I Am”
11: Portugal – Salvador Sobral, “Amar Pelos Dois”
12: Azerbaijan – Dihaj, “Skeletons”
13: Croatia – Jacques Houdek, “My Friend”
14: Australia – Isaiah, “Don’t Come Easy”
15: Greece – Demy, “This Is Love”
16: Spain – Manel Navarro, “Do It for Your Lover”
17: Norway – JOWST5, “Grab the Moment”
18: United Kingdom – Lucie Jones, “Never Give Up on You”
19: Cyprus – Hovig, “Gravity”
20: Romania – Ilinca and Alex Florea, “Yodel It!”
21: Germany – Levina, “Perfect Life”
22: Ukraine – O.Torvald, “Time”
23: Belgium – Blanche, “City Lights” English
24: Sweden – Robin Bengtsson, “I Can’t Go On”
25: Bulgaria – Kristian Kostov, “Beautiful Mess”
26: France – Alma, “Requiem”

The UK entry this year is X Factor’s Lucie Jones, with her track Never Give Up On You now considered one of the strong contenders.

Although for Lucie, she’ll be happy just not finishing last.

Lucie – who was knocked out of the X Factor by Jedward in the 2009 series – told The Telegraph: “I just don’t want to come last, really.

“If we get no points I’ll be disappointed, but anything else is going to be a win.”

Eurovision 2017 airs 8PM on Saturday night on BBC One.

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