Kyiv 2017

Revealed: Georgia’s final running order

On Friday 20th January 2017, Georgia will select their representative for the 62nd Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv, Ukraine. As escXtra previously reported, the Georgian public will have a selection of 25 songs to choose from. The songs will either be sung in English or Georgian.

The running order… revealed!

As revealed earlier this week, the running order for the selection is as follows:

  1. Giorgi Chikovani – “Make It Right”
  2. Bandon Stone & Eteri Beriashvili – “Heyo Song”
  3. Rati Durglishvili – “Why”
  4. Andria Gvelesiani – “Revolutionise”
  5. Alisa Danelia – “We Are Eternity”
  6. Nutsa Buzalasze – “White Horses Run”
  7. Maliibu – “We Live Once”
  8. Group EOS – “Urban Signs”
  9. Dima Kobeshavidze – “Scream”
  10. Trio Mandili – “Me Da Shen”
  11. Tako Gacheciladze – “Keep it Faith”
  12. Nino Basharuli – “The Song of Love”
  13. Elene Mikiashvili – “Fighter”
  14. Misha Sulukhia – “Magic”
  15. Mariko Lezhava – “Bithard and Avol Waves”
  16. Group The Mins – “Crime”
  17. Group Sparkle – “On the Top”
  18. Tornike Kipiani & Giorgi Bolotashvili – “You Are My Sunshine”
  19. Temo Sajaia – “All the Same”
  20. Sabina Chantouria – “Stranger”
  21. Mariam Chackhiani – “Fly”
  22. Group Asea Soul – “Nature”
  23. Nanuka Giogobiani – “Let the Sunshine In”
  24. Oto Nemsadze & Group Limbo – “Dear God”
  25. Davit Shanidze – “Mtveris Kaci”

Looking back to Stockholm…

Last year, Georgia was represented by Nika Kocharov and the Young Georgian Lolitaz with the song Midnight Gold. The song placed 20th with 104 points. This was Georgia’s second consecutive appearance in the Eurovision final, after Nina Sublatti placed 11th in 2015. Georgia’s best result remains their 9th place finishes in 2010 and 2011. In those years, the country was represented by Sopho Nizharadze and Eldrine respectively.
Have you decided which of these entries are your favourites yet? Has the running order harmed and helped your favourite? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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