Poll: Who had the best performance at the London Eurovision Party 2017?

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The Eurovision 2017 promotional tour is in full swing. After kicking off in Riga last weekend, the Eurovision stars landed in the UK for the 2017 London Eurovision Party. A total of 21 acts from this year’s contest took to the stage at the Cafe de Paris. The stage was small but perfectly formed and filled with this year’s biggest and most talked-about acts.

Did early fan favourite Francesco Gabbani from Italy live up to your expectations? Did Bulgaria’s Kristian Kostov — the youngest contestant this year — wow you? Did Denmark‘s Anja Nissen blow you away with that powerful voice? You can watch all of our videos below. Then let us know which act impressed you the most. Unfortunately, you cannot vote for any of the guest artists, but you can see their performances in our YouTube playlist.

After you’ve viewed them all, vote for your favourites. You can vote for as many acts as you’d like, but you can only vote ONE time. Be sure to click the box next to each act you want to support before pressing submit.

London Eurovision Party 2017: Recap

AUSTRIA – NATHAN TRENT WITH “RUNNING ON AIR”

BELGIUM – BLANCHE WITH “CITY LIGHTS”

BULGARIA – KRISTIAN KOSTOV WITH “BEAUTIFUL MESS”

CZECH REPUBLIC – MARTINA BARTA WITH “MY TURN”

DENMARK – ANJA NISSEN WITH “WHERE I AM”

FINLAND – NORMA JOHN WITH “BLACKBIRD”

FRANCE – ALMA WITH “REQUIEM”

GERMANY – LEVINA WITH “PERFECT LIFE”

ITALY – FRANCESCO GABBANI WITH “OCCIDENTALI’S KARMA”

LATVIA – TRIANA PARK WITH “LINE”

FYR MACEDONIA – JANA BURCESKA WITH “DANCE ALONE”

MALTA – CLAUDIA FANIELLO WITH “BREATHLESSLY”

MONTENEGRO – SLAVKO KALEZIC WITH “SPACE”

NORWAY – JOWST WITH “GRAB THE MOMENT”

POLAND – KASIA MOS WITH “FLASHLIGHT”

ROMANIA – ILINCA FT. ALEX FLOREA WITH “YODEL IT!”

SLOVENIA – OMAR NABER WITH “ON MY WAY”

SPAIN – MANEL NAVARRO WITH “DO IT FOR YOUR LOVER”

SWEDEN – ROBIN BENGTSSON WITH “I CAN’T GO ON”

UNITED KINGDOM – LUCIE JONES WITH “NEVER GIVE UP ON YOU”

UKRAINE – O.TORVALD WITH “TIME”

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