• Australia's Dami Im celebrates during the semi-final of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest. (AP)Source: AP
Start guessing...Australia’s 2017 Eurovision Song Contest artist will be revealed in March!
SBS Guide

22 Feb 2017 - 10:29 AM  UPDATED 22 Feb 2017 - 4:01 PM

Last May, Australians watched on from across the world for a nail-biting finish in Stockholm, Sweden as Dami Im was crowned Eurovision Song Contest runner-up for her performance of Sound of Silence.

Now comes our chance to do it all again, at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv, Ukraine this May.

The Australian artist chasing Eurovision glory at the world’s biggest song contest is about to be announced, on Tuesday 7 March.  

For the first time ever, Australia’s artist and song will both be revealed at the same time in an intimate live performance at a secret location in Melbourne - hosted by SBS’s Eurovision commentator, host, expert and enthusiast Julia Zemiro.

The artist reveal will be broadcast LIVE on SBS Facebook from 5.30pm. Stay tuned to the SBS Facebook page for updates and a countdown to the announcement moment!

Who will it be? Will a group, male solo, or female solo take the stage?  

Is the song Australians will be belting out in their living rooms an upbeat party anthem, or emotional power ballad? 

All will be revealed... Tuesday 7 March.

Keep on top of all Eurovision news and information at the SBS Eurovision website.  

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