ESC KIEV 2017


• Periodo: Sabato, 13 maggio 2017
Presentatore (i): –
Trasmesso da: National Television Company of Ukraine (NTU) | Національна Телекомпанія України – Natsionalna Telekompaniya Ukrayiny (HTKY; UA:Перший)
Sede: International Exhibition Centre (Міжнародний виставковий центр), Kiev, Ucraina
Slogan: “-”
Brano vincitore: Premio “” – ,  () (2°)
Participanti: 42 paesi (26 Paesi accedono di diritto alla Serata Finale: i cosiddetti Big Five – Francia, Italia, Germania, Spagna e Regno Unito – per il loro maggiore contributo finanziario; il paese ospitante – Ucraina – e i primi dieci classificati in base ai punteggi del televoto e dalla giuria esterna delle classifiche separate scelti nelle due serate di ogni Semi-Finale dove si esibiscono 18 paesi nella Prima Semi-Finale e 18 paesi nella Seconda Semi-Finale)
Debuttanti: Nessuno
Ritorni: Portogallo
Ritiri: 
Nil Points: Nessuno
Struttura di voto: Ognuno dei paesi in gara assegna 12, 10, 8 e dal 7 all’1, punti per le proprie dieci canzoni preferite. La Giuria e il Televoto formano una classifica per separato: la votazione della giuria costituita dai 10 brani più votati dai giurati e i risultati del televoto, costituiti dalla somma dei 10 brani più votati da ogni singolo paese, partendo dal concorrente che ne ha ricevuti di meno a quello che ne ha ricevuti di più.
Orchestra: Gli artisti cantano su basi musicali.
Opening Act: –
Intervallo: –

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The Eurovision Song Contest 2017 will be the 62nd edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. It will take place in Ukraine, after Ukraine’s victory at the 2016 contest inStockholm with the song “1944”, performed by Jamala. This will be the second time the contest will take place in Ukraine, after 2005.

The host city will be determined through a bidding phase in which six Ukrainian cities submitted bids, three of which were shortlisted for further inspection: Dnipro,Kiev and Odessa. The withdrawal of Dnipro on 25 August 2016 has resulted in Kiev and Odessa remaining in contention. The contest is currently scheduled to consist of two semi-finals on 9 and 11 May and the final on 13 May 2017. However, the official dates will be announced by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) following the selection of the host city.

As of 5 September 2016, twenty-eight countries have expressed their intention to participate in the contest. Portugal will return after a one-year absence.

L’Eurovision Song Contest 2017 sarà la 62ª edizione dell’annuale concorso canoro; si terrà in Ucraina, stato vincitore dell’edizione precedente (che ha già ospitato l’evento nel 2005) con la canzone 1944 diJamala. Il concorso si dividerà in due semifinali e una finale.

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

• Periodo: Martedì, 9 maggio 2017 
Presentatore (i): –
Trasmesso da: National Television Company of Ukraine (NTU) | Національна Телекомпанія України – Natsionalna Telekompaniya Ukrayiny (HTKY; UA:Перший)
Sede: International Exhibition Centre (Міжнародний виставковий центр), Kiev, Ucraina
Slogan: “-”
Brano Vincitore: “” –   () (3°)
Participanti: 42 paesi (25 Paesi accedono di diritto alla Serata Finale: i cosiddetti Big Four – Francia, Germania, Spagna e Regno Unito – per il loro maggiore contributo finanziario; il paese ospitante – Serbia – e i primi nove classificati in base ai punteggi del televoto più un paese selezionato da una giuria esterna scelti nelle due serate di ogni Semi-finale dove si esibiscono 18 paesi nella Prima Semi-Finale e 19 paesi nella Seconda Semi-Finale)
Debuttanti: Nessuno
Ritorni: Portgallo
Ritiri: 
Nil Points: Nessuno
Struttura di voto: Ognuno dei paesi in gara assegna 12, 10, 8 e dal 7 all’1, punti per le proprie dieci canzoni preferite. La Giuria e il Televoto formano una classifica per separato: la votazione della giuria costituita dai 10 brani più votati dai giurati e  i risultati del televoto, costituiti dalla somma dei 10 brani più votati da ogni singolo paese, partendo dal concorrente che ne ha ricevuti di meno a quello che ne ha ricevuti di più.
Orchestra: Gli artisti cantano su basi musicali.
Opening Act: 
Intervallo: 

Prima Semi-Finale: 

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

I finalisti della Prima Semifinale furono: 

• Periodo: Giovedì, 11 maggio 2017
Presentatore (i): 
Trasmesso da: National Television Company of Ukraine (NTU) | Національна Телекомпанія України – Natsionalna Telekompaniya Ukrayiny (HTKY; UA:Перший)
Sede: International Exhibition Centre (Міжнародний виставковий центр), Kiev, Ucraina
Slogan: “”
Brano Vincitore: “” –  () ()
Participanti: 42 paesi (25 Paesi accedono di diritto alla Serata Finale: i cosiddetti Big Four – Francia, Germania, Spagna e Regno Unito – per il loro maggiore contributo finanziario; il paese ospitante – Serbia – e i primi nove classificati in base ai punteggi del televoto più un paese selezionato da una giuria esterna scelti nelle due serate di ogni Semi-finale dove si esibiscono 18 paesi nella Prima Semi-Finale e 19 paesi nella Seconda Semi-Finale)
Debuttanti: Nessuno
Ritorni: Portogallo
Ritiri: 
Nil Points: Nessuno
Struttura di voto: Ognuno dei paesi in gara assegna 12, 10, 8 e dal 7 all’1, punti per le proprie dieci canzoni preferite. La Giuria e il Televoto formano una classifica per separato: la votazione della giuria costituita dai 10 brani più votati dai giurati e  i risultati del televoto, costituiti dalla somma dei 10 brani più votati da ogni singolo paese, partendo dal concorrente che ne ha ricevuti di meno a quello che ne ha ricevuti di più.
Orchestra: Gli artisti cantano su basi musicali.
Opening Act: 
Intervallo: 

Seconda Semi-Finale: 

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: 

Partecipazione mancate

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

Paesi partecipanti

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Transmitirá a 2º semifinal noutro horário. Paesi partecipanti Transmitirá a 1º semifinal em direto. Paesi che hanno partecipato in passato, ma non nel 2016   
Transmitirá a Final em direto. Paesi che non si sono qualificati alla finale

The Deputy Chief of the host broadcaster, the National Television Company of Ukraine (NTU) and the 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 EBU and NTU 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.

NTU and the Ukrainian Government formally launched the bidding process for interested cities to apply to host the contest on 23 June. The selection of the host city will 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 NTU 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 will be inspected by representatives from the EBU and LOC to explore their infrastructure and implementation of their bids. A press conference will be held to announce the selection results and the host city.

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

  • 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: Dnipro, Kharkiv, Kherson, Kiev, Lviv andOdessa. Prior to the opening of the bidding process, the cities of Cherkasy, Irpin, Uzhhorod and Vinnytsiahad declared their interest in hosting the contest, but did not submit a formal bid. 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 Kiev or Lviv should be considered.

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 Kiev and moderated by Timur Miroshnychenko, with radio commentary from Olena Zelinyenko. 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:

  • Dnipropetrovsk: Borys Filatov (City Mayor)
  • Kharkiv: Igor Terekhov (Deputy City Mayor)
  • Kherson: Volodymyr Mykolaienko (City Mayor)
  • Kiev: Oleksii Reznikov (Deputy Head of City State Administration)
  • Lviv: Andrii Moskalenko (Deputy City Mayor)
  • Odessa: Pavel Vugelman (Deputy City Mayor)

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

NTU announced on 22 July that the bids from Dnipro, Kiev and Odessa had been shortlisted for further consideration.

The EBU announced on 30 July that the host city will 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”. The Deputy General Director of NTU, Oleksandr Kharebin, stated on 10 August that the host city would be announced on Ukrainian Independence Day, 24 August. However, the announcement was postponed at 14:00 EEST on 25 August, one hour before it was due to take place, with NTU citing the necessity to further consider some fine details regarding the decision. The Mayor of Dnipro, Borys Filatov, stated that Ukraine “has lost almost two precious months” in the bidding phase, calling the decision to postpone the announcement for a fourth time a shame and a disgrace. NTU’s General Director, Zurab Alasania, announced later on 25 August that Dnipro has withdrawn from the bidding phase, leaving Kiev and Odessa in contention.

Le date preliminari per il concorso furono annunciate il 14 maggio 2016, a Stoccolma e l’UER, decise di fissare le semifinali il 16 e il 18 maggio 2017, mentre la finale sabato 20. Queste però furono spostate dalla tv ucraina, in quanto il 18 maggio è festa nazionale poiché si celebra l’anniversario della deportazione dei Tatari di Crimea (il tema della canzone con cui Jamala ha vinto, nonchè la terra contesa con la Russia). La proposta di NTU era 9, 11 e 13 maggio ma l’UER ha accettato con riserva, in quanto il 9 maggio è già fissata una semifinale di Champions League, il massimo trofeo calcistico per club a livello internazionale, mentre l’11 maggio sono in programma le semifinali di Europa League, e tali eventi sono trasmessi da molte tv pubbliche. Si è dunque aperta un’altra ipotesi, spostare l’evento a fine maggio, il 23, il 25 e il 27. Il 24 agosto, oltre alla città ospitante, dovevano essere annunciate le nuove date, ma la conferenza stampa è stata annullata e rinviata a data da destinarsi.

Il 18 maggio 2016, il primo ministro ucraino Volodymyr Groysman ha detto che vorrebbe istituire una gara d’appalto per decidere quale città ospiterà l’evento. Più città hanno mostrato l’interesse ad ospitare l’evento ma solo sei si sono candidate ufficialmente; il 22 luglio 2016 è stata annunciata la restrizione della scelta a tre città: Kiev, Dnipro e Odessa. La conferenza stampa per annunciare la città ospitante è stata rimandata più volte, ma il 25 agosto è stato dichiarato che Dnipro era stata esclusa, lasciando solo Kiev e Odessa in gara.

Le possibili sedi sono state:

Key:  †   Host venue  ‡   Shortlisted  ✱  Withdrawn after being shortlisted

Città Sede Capacità Note
Dnipro ✱ DniproEuroArena 9,500 Proposal includes the complete reconstruction of the Meteor Stadium, including the Sports Complex Meteor located nearby, to be completed by March 2017. Il complesso, nato dalla ristrutturazione dello stadio Meteor, dovrebbe essere pronto per marzo 2017.
Kharkiv Metalist Oblast Sports Complex 40,003  Hosted three group stage matches of UEFA Euro 2012. Would have required significant construction including the addition of a roof. Ha ospitato tre partite della fase a gironi del Campionato europeo di calcio 2012. È priva di tetto, requisito necessario per ospitare il concorso.
Kherson Concert Hall “Yubileyniy” 1,600 Proposal included expansion and reconstruction of the venue, which would have taken approximately 7–8 months. È priva di tetto, requisito necessario per ospitare il concorso.
Kiev ‡ Palace of Sports 10,000 Hosted the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 and the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2009. May conflict 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. Sede dell’Eurovision Song Contest 2005 e del Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2009. Potrebbe non essere disponibile in quanto la struttura ospiterà alcune partite del Campionato mondiale di hockey su ghiaccio tra il 22 e il 28 aprile 2017.
International Exhibition Centre 13,000 Venue submitted as a reserve. Kyiv confirmed on 24 August 2016 that this is where they would like to host the contest if they win the bid. Proposta come sede alternativa al Palazzo dello Sport.
Lviv (Leopoli) Arena Lviv 34,915 Hosted three of the group-stage games for UEFA Euro 2012. The arena required the construction of a roof. Ha ospitato tre partite della fase a gironi del Campionato europeo di calcio 2012. È priva di tetto, requisito necessario per ospitare il concorso.
Unfinished venue N/A An unfinished venue originally planned for EuroBasket 2015that was 25% complete when construction halted.
Odessa‡ Chornomorets Stadium 34,000 Proposal includes reconstruction of the venue and options for providing a covered roof. In caso di scelta dello stadio dovrà essere prevista la costruzione di un tetto, requisito fondamentale per ospitare il concorso.

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 scheduled 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.

However, the EBU announced on 24 June that the preliminary dates for the contest had been brought forward a week, with the semi-finals scheduled for 9 and 11 May and the final on 13 May. This was reportedly due to a request from NTU, as the initial preliminary dates conincided with the Remembrance Day for the victims of the Crimean Tatar Genocide on 18 May. However, the current preliminary dates coincide with the second leg of the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League semi-finals.

The official dates for the contest will be announced by the EBU following the announcement of the host city later in 2016.

The following countries have formally announced their participation in the contest: I seguenti Stati hanno espresso il loro interesse provvisorio nel partecipare al concorso:

I seguenti Stati hanno espresso il loro interesse provvisorio nel partecipare al concorso:

Stato Artista Brano Lingua Traduzione in italiano Processo di selezione Note
Armenia Armenia[16]            
Austria Austria[17]            
Belgio Belgio[18]            
Cipro Cipro            
Danimarca Danimarca[19]            
Estonia Estonia[20] 4 marzo 2017[21] 4 marzo 2017[21]        
Finlandia Finlandia[22] Febbraio 2017[23] Febbraio 2017[23]        
Francia Francia[24]            
Germania Germania[25][26]            
Grecia Grecia[27]            
Irlanda Irlanda[28]            
Islanda Islanda[29]            
Israele Israele[30]            
Lettonia Lettonia[31]            
Lituania Lituania[32]            
Malta Malta[33]            
Norvegia Norvegia[34]            
Paesi Bassi Paesi Bassi[35]            
Polonia Polonia[36]            
Portogallo Portogallo[37]            
Regno Unito Regno Unito[38]            
Russia Russia[39]            
Slovenia Slovenia[40]            
Spagna Spagna[41]            
Svezia Svezia[42]            
Svizzera Svizzera[43] 5 febbraio 2017[44] 5 febbraio 2017[44]     Finale nazionale[44]  
Ucraina Ucraina(organizzatore)[45]            
Ungheria Ungheria[46]          

Eligibility for potential participation in the Eurovision Song Contest requires a national broadcaster with active EBU membership that will be able to broadcast the contest via the Eurovision network. The EBU has issued an invitation of participation to all fifty-six active members. It is unknown whether an invitation has been issued to associate member Australia. Twenty-eight countries have provisionally confirmed their participation in the contest as of 5 September 2016, while the following countries have made announcements regarding their participation:

Active EBU members

  •  Albania – Radio Televizioni Shqiptar (RTSH) announced on 28 May 2016 that they will make a formal announcement regarding participation by September at the earliest.[65]
  •  Andorra – Ràdio i Televisió d’Andorra (RTVA) announced on 19 May 2016 that they will not participate for unspecified reasons.[66] Ràdio i Televisió d’Andorra (RTA) ha annunciato il 19 maggio 2016 di non star prendendo in considerazione di partecipare al concorso nel 2017 per vari motivi non specificati[47].
  •  Bosnia and Herzegovina – It is unknown whether Radio and Television of Bosnia and Herzegovina(BHRT) will be able to participate, after it was revealed on 25 May 2016 that the EBU had threatened to withdraw BHRT from all member services due to non-payment of debts totalling 6 million Swiss francs(€5.4 million). BHRT had been given until 8 June to settle part of the debts or face withdrawal from the EBU, resulting in, among other things, an inability to participate.[67][68] BHRT announced on 30 May that they would cease broadcasting on 30 June due to the accumulation of debts by BHRT and region-level entity broadcasters Radio-Television of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (RTVFBiH) and Radio Televizija Republike Srpske (RTRS) totalling 25 million Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible marks(€12.78 million).[69] However, BHRT announced on 30 June that they would postpone their broadcasting cessation.[70]
  •  Bulgaria – After a successful return to the contest in 2016 with “If Love Was a Crime”, performed byPoli Genova, Bulgarian National Television (BNT) announced on 15 May 2016 that “[they] are back to Kiev where it all started for [them]”. However, BNT have not yet made a formal announcement regarding participation.[71]
  •  Croatia – A spokesperson for Croatian Radiotelevision (HRT) stated on 28 November 2015 that Croatia would participate in the 2017 contest if they participated in the 2016 contest, and since Croatia indeed participated in the 2016 contest with “Lighthouse”, performed by Nina Kraljić, participation in the 2017 contest is an open possibility. The spokesperson added that similar to the selection of Kraljić as the winner of the first season, HRT would probably internally select the winner of the second season ofThe Voice – Najljepši glas Hrvatske, Ruža Janjiš.[72] However, HRT stated on 23 August 2016 they have yet to make a decision regarding participation. The statement comes amid reports in Croatian media that HRT are reducing entertainment expenditure due to the cost of broadcasting rights for Euro 2016and the 2016 Summer Olympics, with reports that Ples sa zvijezdama and The Voice – Najljepši glas Hrvatske have not been renewed for another season.[73]
  •  Czech Republic – Česká televize (ČT) announced on 23 August 2016 that they have yet to make a decision regarding participation. However, it is expected that ČT will make a formal announcement regarding participation in September.[73]
  •  Luxembourg – While RTL Télé Lëtzebuerg (RTL) announced on 25 May 2016 that they would not participate,[74] the Petitions Committee of the Luxembourgish Government announced on 21 June that they had received a petition calling on RTL to return to the contest. The Luxembourgish Government have decided to debate the proposals set out in the petition, and the possibility of Luxembourg returning to the contest in future.[75] RTL reiterated its intention not to participate on 22 August.[76] RTL Télé Lëtzebuerg (RTL) ha confermato il 25 maggio 2016 che non tornerà nella manifestazione nemmeno nell’edizione 2017.
  •  Monaco – Télé Monte Carlo (TMC) announced on 19 August 2016 that Monaco would not participate in the contest.[77] L’ente televisivo monegasco, TMC, ha confermato il 19 agosto 2016 che non ha intenzione di partecipare nella competizione neanche quest’anno
  •  Montenegro – It was revealed on 3 June 2016 that Milena Vučić had expressed an interest in representing Montenegro at the contest. While Radio and Television of Montenegro (RTCG) had confirmed that they would begin talks with Vučić, they have not yet made a formal announcement regarding participation.[78][79]
  •  Romania – Romania’s future participation in the contest was put into doubt after the EBU withdrewRomanian Television (TVR) from all member services on 22 April 2016, due to repeated non-payment of debts going back to January 2007 and the threat of insolvency, resulting in turn in the forced withdrawal of its entry from the 2016 contest.[80] However, TVR stated during a special broadcast on 24 April that”We still have a chance. It’s not the fault of the EBU. We must first solve our internal problems. We hope to remain EBU members and participate in Eurovision next year. Thank you for being with us!”[81] It was announced on 7 June that the Romanian Government was close to passing legislation that would allow the direct allocation of public funds to TVR.[82]
  •  San Marino – The Head of Delegation for San Marino, Alessandro Capicchioni, stated in an interview on 7 June 2016 that the new voting system introduced in the 2016 contest “totally discriminates [against] small states [such as San Marino] as it doesn’t allow them to deliver 100% of their vote. The change in the voting system has been decided without even telling us.”[83] Capicchioni also explained that duplication of the jury vote for countries unable to return a valid televote would be incompatible with the new voting system, while also revealing that the Sanmarinese delegation are currently working on a proposal that would help them adjust to the new voting system without relying on average scores from other participating countries.[83]
  •  Slovakia – Radio and Television Slovakia (RTVS) explained on 12 April 2016 that Slovakia’s absence from the contest since 2012 was due to the “cost involved in participation”. RTVS’ PR manager, Juraj Kadáš, stated that while participating in the contest is an attractive project, RTVS has a programming strategy that gives priority to financing domestic television production. RTVS also stated that participation in the 2017 contest would be discussed later in 2016.[84]
  •  Turkey – Turkish Radio and Television Corporation (TRT) issued a written statement to the EBU on 12 May 2016, stating that they will participate, but it is currently unknown whether they will follow up on this statement. There have been multiple reports in recent years that Turkey will return to the contest, none of which have come to be true. Turkey withdrew after last participating in 2012, due to their discontent at the introduction of a mixed voting system to the contest and the automatic qualification of the Big Five for the final.[85]

Associate EBU members

  •  Australia – It is currently unknown whether Australia will participate, as the Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) would require an invitation from NTU. The CEO and Managing Director of SBS, Michael Ebeid, stated on 16 May 2016 that SBS was finalising negotiations with the EBU for Australia to continue its participation. While it is likely that Australia will participate after finishing in second place in the 2016 contest, SBS have not yet made a formal announcement regarding participation.[86][87]
  •  Kazakhstan – Khabar Agency became an associate member of the EBU on 1 January 2016, opening up the possibility of participating in the contest in future.[88]

EBU non-members

  •  Kosovo – Albanian news portal Koha reported on 6 April 2016 that the Director General of Radio Television of Kosovo (RTK), Mentor Shala, had announced at a press conference that Kosovo had been invited to participate, with a decision on whether or not to pursue the invitation to be made later in 2016.[89] However, this was confirmed to be untrue, after Shala stated on 7 April that his comments were misinterpreted by Koha, and what he actually meant was that “RTK was invited to [the] Eurovision Committee and Kosovo’s acceptance or not in the Eurovision depends on them”.[90] This was backed-up by a statement from the EBU.[91]
  •  United States – After the interval performance of Justin Timberlake during the final of the 2016 contest, it has been speculated that the United States may participate in a future contest, similar to the interval performance of Jessica Mauboy during the second semi-final of the 2014 contest and Australia’s subsequent debut the following year.[92] While Logo TV broadcast the final of the 2016 contest, the channel does not have associate EBU membership.[93][94]

Digame ha calcolato la composizione delle urne nelle quali sono stati divisi gli Stati partecipanti, determinate in base allo storico delle votazioni. La loro composizione è stata:

  • Urna 1: 
  • Urna 2: 
  • Urna 3: 
  • Urna 4: 
  • Urna 5: 
  • Urna 6: 
1ª SEMIFINALE
09 MAGGIO 2017
2ª SEMIFINALE
11 MAGGIO 2017
Flag of Croatia Croazia
Flag of Finland Finlandia
Flag of Moldova Moldavia
Flag of Armenia Armenia
Flag of Greece Grecia
Flag of Hungary Ungheria
Flag of Russia Russia
Flag of The Netherlands Paesi Bassi
Flag of San Marino San Marino
Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaigian
Flag of Cyprus Cipro
Flag of Malta Malta
Flag of Bosnia & Herzegovina Bosnia ed Erzegovina
Flag of Estonia Estonia
Flag of Czech Republic Repubblica Ceca
Flag of Montenegro Montenegro
Flag of Iceland Islanda
Flag of Austria Austria
Flag of Latvia Lettonia
Flag of Belarus Bielorussia
Flag of Ireland Irlanda
Flag of Switzerland Svizzera
Flag of F.Y.R. Macedonia ERI di Macedonia
Flag of Australia Australia
Flag of Lithuania Lituania
Flag of Poland Polonia
Flag of Israel Israele
Flag of Serbia Serbia
Flag of Albania Albania
Flag of Bulgaria Bulgaria
Flag of Denmark Danimarca
Flag of Georgia Georgia
Flag of Romania Romania
Flag of Slovenia Slovenia
Flag of Norway Norvegia
Flag of Ukraine Ucraina
Flag of Belgium Belgio
Con diritto di voto:
Flag of France Francia
Flag of Sweden Svezia
Flag of Spain Spagna
Con diritto di voto:
Flag of Germany Germania
Flag of Italy Italia
Flag of United Kingdom Regno Unito

Il 14 maggio è stato stabilito l’ordine di presentazione dei portavoce, basato sui voti delle giurie dati durante la finale loro dedicata. L’ordine inizialmente stabilito ed i portavoce sono stati: 1.Austria – (Vienna), 2.Islanda – (Reykjavik), 3.Azerbaigian – (Baku), 4.San Marino – (San Marino), 5.Repubblica Ceca – (Praga), 6.Irlanda – (Dublino), 7.Georgia – (Tblisi), 8.Bosnia ed Erzegovina – (Sarajevo), 9.Malta – (Valletta), 10.Spagna – (Madrid), 11.Finlandia – (Helsinki), 12.Svizzera – (Berna), 13.Danimarca – (Copenaghen), 14.Francia – (Parigi), 15.Moldavia – (Chisinau), 16.Armenia – (Yerevan), 17.Cipro – (Nicosia), 18.Bulgaria – (Sofia), 19.Paesi Bassi (Hilversum), 20.Latvia (Riga), 21.Israele – (Jerusalem), 22.Belarussia – (Minsk), 23.Germania – (Hamburgo), 24.Russia – (Mosca), 25.Norvegia- (Oslo), 26.Australia – (Sydney), 27.Belgio – Brussels), 28.Regno Unito – (Londra), 29.Croazia – (Zagreb), 30.Grecia – (Atene), 31.Lituania – (Vilnius), 32.Serbia – (Belgrado), 33.ERI di Macedonia – (Skopje), 34.Albania – (Tirana), 35.Estonia – (Tallinn), 36.Ucraina – (Kyiv), 37.Italia – (Roma), 38.Polonia – (Varsavia), 39.Slovenia – (Lubiana), 40.Ungheria – (Budapest), 41.Montenegro – (Podgorica) e  42.Svezia – (Stoccolma).

Nina Kraljić con la sua “Lighthouse” si aggiudica il Barbara Dex Award, mentre i Marcel  Bezençon Awards se gli aggiudicano l’ucraniana Jamala con “1944” (Artists Award), l’australiana Dami Im con “Sound of Silence” composta da Anthony Egizii e David Musumeci (Composer Award) e il ruso Sergey Lazarev con “You Are the Only One” (Press Award).

Francesca Michielin ha partecipato, in rappresentanza dell’Italia, all’Eurovision Song Contest 2016 a Stoccolma in Svezia classificandosi al 3° posto: il regolamento di questa edizione del Festival di Sanremo prevedeva infatti che il vincitore della sezione Campioni sarebbe stato il partecipante italiano della kermesse canora internazionale, un tempo nota come Eurofestival. Poiché questi ultimi hanno rinunciato alla partecipazione all’Eurovision Song Contest 2016, che spetta di diritto al vincitore del Festival, Francesca Michielin (classificata seconda dietro a “Un giorno mi dirai” degli Stadio) on il singolo “Nessun grado di separazione” li ha sostituiti in rappresentanza dell’Italia, per tale occasione il 25 marzo 2016 ha pubblicato una versione del brano italo-inglese intitolata “No Degree of Separation”.

Lo spettacolo è stato trasmesso oltre ai 42 paesi partecipanti, anche in: China, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Nuova Zelanda, Portogallo, Romania e gli Stati Uniti.

Tabellone dei risultati:

Finale:

Finale voting 2016

Finale – Voti separati televoto/giuria:

• 12 punti Finale:

12 punti (Giuria):

NUMERO A DA
11 Ucraina Bosnia ed Erzegovina, Danimarca, Georgia, Israele, Lettonia, ERI di Macedonia, Moldavia, Polonia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovenia
9 Australia Albania, Austria, Belgio, Croazia, Ungheria, Lituania, Paesi Bassi, Svezia, Svizzera
4 Russia Azerbaigian, Bielorussia, Cipro, Grecia
3 Armenia Bulgaria, Russia, Spagna
Svezia Repubblica Ceca, Estonia, Finlandia
2 Belgio Australia, Irlanda
Italia Francia, Norvegia
1 France Armenia
Georgia Regno Unito
Israele Germania
Lituania Ucraina
Malta Montenegro
Paesi Bassi Islanda
Spagna Italia
Regno Unito Malta

12 punti (Televoto):

NUMERO A DA
10 Russia Armenia, Azerbaigian, Bielorussia, Bulgaria, Estonia, Germania, Lettonia, Moldavia, Serbia, Ucraina
6 Serbia Bosnia ed Erzegovina, Croazia, ERI di Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Svizzera
Ucraina Repubblica Ceca, Finlandia, Ungheria, Italia, Polonia, San Marino
3 Armenia Francia, Georgia, Russia
Australia Albania, Malta, Svezia
Lituania Irlanda, Norvegia, Regno Unito
2 Belgio Australia, Paesi Bassi
Bulgaria Cipro, Spagna
Polonia Austria, Belgio
Svezia Danimarca, Islanda
1 Cipro Grecia
Francia Israele
Lettonia Lituania

Prima Semi-Finale:

Semifinale 1 voting 2016

Prima Semi-Finale – Voti separati televoto/giuria:

• 12 punti Prima Semi-Finale:

12 punti (Giuria)

NUMERO A DA
5 Russia Russia Azerbaigian, Cipro, Grecia, Moldavia, Svezia
4 Armenia Armenia Malta, Montenegro, Russia, Spagna
4 Paesi Bassi Paesi Bassi Estonia, Finlandia, Islanda, San Marino
3 Malta Malta Armenia, Austria, Ungheria
2 Rep. Ceca Repubblica Ceca Bosnia ed Erzegovina, Croazia
1 Austria Austria Francia
1 Croazia Croazia Paesi Bassi
1 Ungheria Ungheria Repubblica Ceca

12 punti (Televoto):

NUMERO A DA
6 Russia Armenia, Azerbaigian, Estonia, Islanda, Malta, San Marino
4 Armenia Repubblica Ceca, Francia, Paesi Bassi, Russia
Bosnia ed Erzegovina Austria, Croazia, Montenegro, Svezia
2 Azerbaigian Ungheria, Moldavia
1 Austria Spagna
Croazia Bosnia ed Erzegovina
Cipro Grecia
Estonia Finlandia
Grecia Cipro

Seconda Semi-Finale:

Semifinale 2 voting 2016

Seconda Semi-Finale – Voti separati televoto/giuria:

• 12 punti Seconda Semi-Finale:

12 punti (Giuria):

NUMERO A DA
9 Australia Belgio, Bulgaria, Danimarca, Israele, Italia, Lituania, Norvegia, Svizzera, Ucraina
4 Belgio Australia, Bielorussia, Irlanda, Slovenia
2 ERI di Macedonia Albania, Serbia
Ucraina Georgia, Polonia
1 Georgia Regno Unito
Israele Germania
Lituania Lettonia
Serbia ERI di Macedonia

12 punti (Televoto): 

NUMERO A DA
6 Ucraina Bielorussia, Bulgaria, Georgia, Italia, Lettonia, Polonia
3 Polonia Belgio, Germania, Ucraina
Lituania Irlanda, Norvegia,Regno Unito
2 Belgio Australia, Danimarca
ERI di Macedonia Albania, Serbia
Serbia Slovenia, Svizzera
1 Albania ERI di Macedonia
Australia Israele
Lettonia Lituania

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