With the reveal of Armenia’s song on Saturday night, the field for Eurovision 2017 is now complete. We know all 43 entries for the contest, including the 18 that will compete in Semi-Final 1 on May 9. We’ve already asked who your favourite is for the second semi-final and now we want to know your opinion on this one.
Once again, there is plenty of intrigue on the horizon. Their Eurovision histories may be short, but Australia and Azerbaijan both hold perfect qualification records. Will Isaiah and Dihaj maintain honour for their respective country?
Bookies’ favourite Italy is already in the final. But two of the other big names in the odds begin their conquests here. Robin Bengtsson from Sweden and Blanche from Belgium will hope to qualify without much trouble in the first semi. Will it be smooth sailing from the Tuesday show to the bigger one on Saturday?
Latvia will be hoping that Triana Park can prove they don’t need Aminata to qualify, whilst the Czech Republic will strive to make the final for just the second time in their history (and for the second time in a row). Popular online acts like Portugal‘s Salvador Sobral and Montenegro‘s Slavko Kalezic will draw on quirkiness and originality in their bid to make it through.
But it’s time for you to let us know your thoughts! You can find all the songs below and then vote in our poll afterwards. You can vote for as many of the acts as you like, but you can only vote ONE time. Make sure you tick all the right boxes before pressing submit.
Poll: Who should win the first semi-final of Eurovision 2017?
- Albania: Lindita, “World”
- Armenia: Artsvik, “Fly With Me”
- Australia: Isaiah, “Don’t Come Easy”
- Azerbaijan: Dihaj, “Skeletons”
- Belgium: Blanche, “City Lights”
- Cyprus: Hovig, “Gravity”
- Czech Republic: Martina Barta, “My Turn”
- Finland: Norma John, “Blackbird”
- Georgia: Tamara Gachechiladze, “Keep The Faith”
- Greece: Demy, “This Is Love”
- Iceland: Svala, “Paper”
- Latvia: Triana Park, “Line”
- Moldova: SunStroke Project, “Hey, Mamma”
- Montenegro: Slavko Kalezic, “Space”
- Poland: Kasia Mos, “Flashlight”
- Portugal: Salvador Sobral, “Amar Pelos Dois”
- Slovenia: Omar Naber, “On My Way”
- Sweden: Robin Bengtsson, “I Can’t Go On”
We’ll be updating you on the poll results as we get closer to the first semi-final on May 9.
Make sure to shout out who your favourite is on the wiwibloggs app! You can also let us know in the comments section below. Remember you can also support your favourite with one of our Eurovision t-shirts too!