You can watch the full performances of Ukraine, France and Germany below.
Ukrainian rock band O.Torvald will perform at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest with their song Time in the second half of the Grand Final. For O.Torvald, their Eurovision entry is their first English-language track. Previously, the front man of the band, Yevhen Galych, underlined the importance of the message of their song; time flies extremely fast and we should not waste it. Ukraine was drawn to appear as 22nd in the Grand Final on Saturday.
French singer Alma will represent her country with a modern and upbeat song Requiem in the second half of Saturday's Grand Final. The singer is convinced that love is everything people need to be happy and overcome hardships. That is the reason she performs her entry and spreads her message to the wider audience. Just recently, Alma released her first album described as a diary about her relationship.
Germany chose Levina to represent the country at this year’s contest with the song Perfect Life. The song was penned by U.S. platinum songwriter Lindy Robbins and her team and emphasizes the idea of allowing mistakes in pursuit of our dreams. Levina will perform for Germany in the second half of the Grand Final this Saturday.