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Tonight: The Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2016!

Tonight: The Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2016!
Frederik
  • On May 14, 2016
  • http://escreporter.com

Tonight, it’s finally time. The Grand Final of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest will air live from Globen in Stockholm, Sweden, where Måns will hand over the Eurovision trophy to a new winner!

It will also be the first time we will see the votes presented in the format of split jury and televote.

 

The running order

  1. Belgium
  2. Czech Republic
  3. The Netherlands
  4. Azerbaijan
  5. Hungary
  6. Italy
  7. Israel
  8. Bulgaria
  9. Sweden
  10. Germany
  11. France
  12. Poland
  13. Australia
  14. Cyprus
  15. Serbia
  16. Lithuania
  17. Croatia
  18. Russia
  19. Spain
  20. Latvia
  21. Ukraine
  22. Malta
  23. Georgia
  24. Austria
  25. United Kingdom
  26. Armenia

> Also: Report from the dress rehearsal of the Grand Final

 

The voting order and spokespersons

The first half of the result, from the national juries, will be delivered by spokespersons from each of the 42 participating countries. Only the 12 points will be announced out loud, with all others announced on screen instantly.

From Eurovision.tv:

  1. Austria – (Vienna) Kati Bellowitsch (Spokesperson since 2011)
  2. Iceland – (Reykjavik) Unnsteinn Manuel Stefansson
  3. Azerbaijan – (Baku) Tural Asadov (Spokesperson in 2015)
  4. San Marino – (San Marino) Irol MC (Jury member 2014)
  5. Czech Republic – (Prague) Daniela Písařovicová
  6. Ireland – (Dublin) Sinead Kennedy
  7. Georgia – (Tblisi) Nina Sublatti (Georgian entrant 2015)
  8. Bosnia & Herzegovina – (Sarajevo) Ivana Crnogorac
  9. Malta – (Valletta) Ben Camille (Presenter national final 2016)
  10. Spain – (Madrid) Jota Abril
  11. Finland – (Helsinki) Jussi-Pekka Rantanen
  12. Switzerland – (Bern) Sebalter (Swiss entrant 2014)
  13. Denmark – (Copenhagen) Ulla Essendrop (Press conference host 2014)
  14. France – (Paris) Elodie Gossuin
  15. Moldova – (Chisinau) Olivia Furtuna (Presenter national finals)
  16. Armenia – (Yerevan) Arman Margaryan (Commentator 2015)
  17. Cyprus – (Nicosia)  Lukas Hamatsos (Presenter national finals and spokesperson)
  18. Bulgaria – (Sofia) Anna Angelova
  19. The Netherlands (Hilversum)  Trintje Oosterhuis (Dutch entrant 2015)
  20. Latvia (Riga) Toms Grevins (Presenter national final)
  21. Israel – (Jerusalem) Ofer Nachshon (Spokesperson since 2009)
  22. Belarus – (Minsk) Uzari (Belarusian entrant 2015)
  23. Germany – (Hamburg) Barbara Schöneberger (Presenter national finals)
  24. Russia – (Moscow) Nyusha
  25. Norway – (Oslo)  Elisabeth Andreassen (Norwegian winner of Eurovision in 1985)
  26. Australia – (Sydney) Lee Lin Chin (Spokesperson in 2015)
  27. Belgium – Brussels) Umesh Vangaver
  28. United Kingdom – (London) Richard Osman
  29. Croatia – (Zagreb) Nevena Rendeli (Presenter national final)
  30. Greece – (Athens) Constantinos Christophorou (Cypriot entrant 1996, 2002, 2005 and spokesperson 2006)
  31. Lithuania – (Vilnius) Ugne Galadauskaite
  32. Serbia – (Belgrade) Dragana Kosjerina
  33. FYR Macedonia – (Skopje) Dijana Gogova
  34. Albana – (Tirana) Andri Xhahu (Commentator and spokesperson since 2012)
  35. Estonia – (Tallinn) Daniel Viinalass (National final entrant 2015)
  36. Ukraine – (Kyiv) Verka Serduchka (Ukranian entrant 2007)
  37. Italy – (Rome) Claudia Andreatti
  38. Poland – (Warsaw) Anna Popek
  39. Slovenia – (Ljubljana) Marjetka Vovk (Slovenian entrant 2015)
  40. Hungary – (Budapest) Csilla Tatár (Presenter national finals and spokesperson 2015)
  41. Montenegro – (Podgorica) Danijel Alibabic (Serbia & Montenegro entrant 2005)
  42. Sweden – (Stockholm) – Gina Dirawi (Presenter national finals)

 

Following the jury voting, hosts Petra and Måns will announce the televote points, starting from the bottom. It will build up to an intense announcement of the top 10 televote favorites, exactly as seen in the Swedish selection show Melodifestivalen.

 

> Who will win tonight? Check out the bookies guesses.

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