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Eurovision 2019: Israel’s Grand Final running order position revealed

Today the draw to determine in which place the host country will perform in the Grand Final has taken place during the Heads of Delegation Meeting in Tel Aviv. The Cypriot Head of Delegation Evi Papamichael had the honour of executing the draw under the supervision of Jon Ola Sand. So, Israel’s Kobi Marimi will perform 14th on May 18.

Now, we need to wait for the exact running order of semifinals, which will be decided by the Show Producer Christer Björkman and approved by the EBU’s Executive Supervisor and the Chairman of the Reference Group.

You can check the results of the Semi-Final Allocation Draw, which took place back in January, below:

SEMI-FINAL 1

  • First Half:

Slovenia
Belarus
Czech Republic
Montenegro
Cyprus
Serbia
Finland
Poland
Hungary

  • Second Half:

Estonia
Portugal
San Marino
Iceland
Georgia
Australia
Belgium
Ukraine
Greece

 

SEMI-FINAL 2

  • First Half:

Switzerland
Sweden
Ireland
Austria
Moldova
Latvia
Romania
Denmark
Armenia

  • Second Half:

Albania
Azerbaijan
F.Y.R Macedonia
Norway
Russia
Netherlands
Croatia
Lithuania
Malta

From each Semi-Final, ten out of eighteen countries will go through to the Grand Final on 18 May, joining the six pre-qualified countries (Big 5 + host country Israel). As a result, a total of 26 countries will compete in the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2019, which will take place on May 14, 16 and 18 in Tel Aviv.

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