Georgia: GPB releases 26 final entries for 2017 national selection, listen to them!

A few days ago, Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) revealed the 27 finalists that were up to take part in their national final for next year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Ukraine. A few hours ago, it was confirmed that Sabina Chantouria would join the line-up but today, we have learnt two of them have just withdrawn due to unknown circumstances: Ancho Dolidze and Ani Kekua.

Moreover, GPB has also released the 26 songs that will compete for the ticket that will lead one of them to represent Georgia in Ukraine, do you want to give them a listen?

Final line-up of Georgian NF now looks as it follows:

  1. Nanuka Giorgobiani – Let The Sunshine In
  2. Giorgi Chikovani – Make it Right
  3. Davit Shanidze – “Mtvris Katsi”(Man of Dust)
  4. Trio Mandili – “Me da Shen” (You and Me)
  5. Elene Mikiashvili – Fighter
  6. Andria Gvelesiani – Revolutionise
  7. Group The Mins – Crime
  8. Alisa Danelia – We Are Eternity
  9. Rati Durglishvili – Why
  10. Brandon Stone & Eter Beriashvili – Heyo Song
  11. Tornike Kipiani & Giorgi Bolotashvili – You Are My Sunshine
  12. Group EOS – Urban Signs
  13. Dima Kobeshavidze – Scream
  14. Maliibu – We Live Once
  15. Group Asea Sool – Nature
  16. Misha Sulukhia – Magic
  17. Tako Gachechiladze – Keep the Faith
  18. Oto Nemsadze & Group Limbo – Dear God
  19. Mariam Chachkhiani – Fly
  20. Nutsa Buzaladze – White Horses Run
  21. Group Sparkle – On The Top
  22. Nino Basharuli – “Simgera Sikvarulisa” (The Song of Love)
  23. Temo Sajaia – All The Same
  24. Mariko Lejava – Light it Up
  25. Sabina Chantouria – Stranger

Among the 26 songs, we can find three of them will be fully performed in Georgian language, which has only been brought to the Eurovision Song Contest once, in 2012 when Anri Jokhadze represented the country with “I’m A Joker”.

Stay tuned for more details regarding Georgia’s participation at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev!

About Adrián Valiente (Spain)

Adrián Valiente (Spain)

I love the Eurovision Song Contest not only because of its amazing production but it also gives me the chance to discover new music every year.
I’ve been watching it since 2002, since then I became a huge follower, mostly because of the interest TVE put on it with Rosa from Spain.
I’ve attended the contest several times in the last few years. I also attended the Junior Eurovision in Malta and Bulgaria where we lived an amazing experience thanks to all delegations and PBS/BNT organising team.

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