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TONIGHT: The Grand Final of Eurovision 2017 — LIVE from Kyiv!

12 May 2017 at 23:25 CEST
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Tonight is the night! The live extravaganza promises to be a spectacular show, as 26 acts will compete for the trophy and the right to host the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest. Who will follow in Jamala's footsteps and become Eurovision champion for 2017?

Hosting the Eurovision Song Contest has been an honour for Ukraine. The slogan for 2017 is Celebrate Diversity, and the show tonight will feature both Ukrainian traditions interwoven with modernity. 

Reigning Eurovision champion Jamala will perform during the live broadcast as well as Ukraine's first ever Eurovision winner Ruslana (2004). Israel's IMRI will open the show and Alma from France will close the 2017 competition. 

Check out the list of participants!

May we have your votes please?

The final result will be decided by a 50/50 combination of jury and public votes. The professional juries voted during last night's Dress Rehearsal and tonight the public will vote by telephone, SMS and through the official app. If you're more old school and like to keep track of your favourites on paper you can download the score card!

Let us entertain you!

During the Grand Final, Ukrainian electronic music band ONUKA will perform featuring Ukrainian folk music and motifs, whilst Jamala, the winner of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest will premiere her brand new single, I Believe In U. The winner of the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest Ruslana will also debut her new single, It's Magical

How and where to watch?

You can watch the show live on television in all 42 participating countries and on YouTube. Don't forget to follow all the buzz from backstage right here on! Viewers in the United States can watch the Grand Final live on Logo TV and on the YouTube channel of Logo.

Raise your voice!

Don't forget to use the hashtags #ESC2017, #Eurovision, #CelebrateDiversity and #12points before, during and after the show!

Kyiv is alive with Eurovision fever and in a matter of hours, we will know the winner of the 62nd Eurovision Song Contest. Europe (and Australia), the choice is yours! Who do you think will win? Let us know in the comments!