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17 May 2019

Belarus to perform 19th in Eurovision Grand Final

Belarus to perform 19th in Eurovision Grand Final

TEL AVIV, 17 May (BelTA) – The running order of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final has been determined, BelTA has learned.

1. Malta –Michela. Chameleon
2. Albania –Jonida Maliqi. Ktheju tokes
3. Czech Republic –Lake Malawi. Friend of a Friend
4. Germany –S!sters. Sister
5. Russia –Sergey Lazarev. Scream
6. Denmark –Leonora. Love Is Forever
7. San Marino –Serhat. Say Na Na Na
8. North Macedonia –Tamara Todevska. Proud
9. Sweden –John Lundvik. Too Late For Love
10. Slovenia –Zala Kralj & Gasper Santl. Sebi
11. Cyprus –Tamta. Replay
12. The Netherlands –Duncan Laurence. Arcade
13. Greece - Katerine Duska. Better Love
14. Israel - Kobi Marimi. Home
15. Norway –KeiiNO. Spirit in the Sky
16. United Kingdom - Michael Rice. Bigger Than Us
17. Iceland –Hatari. Hatrio mun sigra
18. Estonia - Victor Crone. Storm
19. Belarus –ZENA. Like It
20. Azerbaijan –Chingiz. Truth
21. France - Bilal Hassani. Roi
22. Italy –Mahmood. Soldi
23. Serbia - Nevena Bozovic. Kruna
24. Switzerland - Luca Hanni. She Got Me
25. Australia - Kate Miller-Heidke. Zero Gravity
26. Spain –Miki. La Venda

The Grand Final will decide the winner of the glass microphone on 18 May. Apart from the contestants, the show will feature special guests. The final will be broadcast live by Belarus 1 TV channel and Belarus 24 international satellite channel.

Israel is hosting the Eurovision Song Contest for the third time. The last two times were in 1979 and 1999. This year the contest is held under the motto Dare To Dream.

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