Ukraine will defend their Eurovision crown when rock band O. Torvald performs ‘Time’ in the 2017 Grand Final. Are they in with a chance of doing the double or is their ‘Time’ over?
Ukraine will defend their Eurovision title in 2017 when O. Torvald will represent the nation with the song ‘Time’. We get better acquainted with the band with our feature article 10 Things About…O. Torvald!
For the past four days you have been voting in Group H of the Eurovision NI World Cup 2017! We have closed the poll and can now reveal the results and announce which two countries have made it through to the next round of the competition.
The two songs advancing from Group H are Australia’s ‘Don’t Come Easy’ by Isaiah Firebrace who topped the poll with 37% and second place Iceland’s Svala whose ‘Paper’ got 32% in the poll. Meanwhile the other three countries in this poll Switzerland, Armenia and Latvia have been eliminated. Check out the full results below.
Eurovision World Cup: Group H Results
- Australia: Isaiah Firebrace- ‘Don’t Come Easy’ (36.84%)
- Iceland: Svala- ‘Paper'(31.58%)
- Switzerland: Timebelle- ‘Apollo’ (15.79%)
- Latvia: Triana Park- ‘Line'(15.79%)
- Armenia: Artsvik- ‘Fly With Me’ (0%)
Eurovision NI’s Eurovision World Cup continues with the next stage of the competition: the knock out rounds where two songs will battle it out in each match for a place in the quarter finals. Click here to see the line up!
For the past four days you have been voting in the first group of the Eurovision NI World Cup 2017! We have closed the poll and can now reveal the results and announce which two countries have made it through to the next round of the competition.
Two songs will advance from Group A to the knock out stage of our Eurovision World Cup Contest. Group A consists of Hungary, Ukraine, Serbia, Italy and Romania. Listen to each of the songs in this group and vote for your favourite two in the poll below. Poll closes 16th March when the results will be unveiled.
Over the past three weeks Ukraine have whittled their Eurovision 2017 contenders down to just six. These acts will compete in tonight’s final in the hopes of following in the footsteps of Jamala. Before the show kicks off, we reveal the results of our poll.
Today the acts from Serbia, Hungary, Belarus, Russia, Denmark, Albania, Romania and Georgia all got the chance to have their first practice run through on the Eurovision stage. Wiener Stadhalle in the Austrian capital has been totally transformed for the Contest and you can get a little sneak preview of some of the acts by reading on.