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We're in the thick of it now! The Semi-Finals are over and all that's left now is to pick a winner.
By
Shami Sivasubramanian

13 May 2017 - 11:25 PM  UPDATED 13 May 2017 - 11:25 PM

After two epic semi-finals this week, 26 countries have qualified for the grand final. This Sunday morning, they'll battle it out for the ultimate title - 2017 Eurovision Song Contest Winner. 

Most exciting of all, it'll be the first time we see the Big Five - France, Germany, UK, Spain, and Italy - take the stage! 

Explainer: How are artists selected for the Eurovision semi finals and grand final?
What’s with the ‘Big 5’? Why do they split countries into the Semi Finals? Here's your guide to the big Eurovision questions.

Here's what the official running order looks like:

DRAW

COUNTRY

ARTIST

SONG

LANGUAGE

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1

Israel

IMRI

‘I Feel Alive’

English

2

Poland

Kasia Moś

‘Flashlight’

English

3

Belarus

Naviband

‘Story of My Life’

Belarusian

4

Austria

Nathan Trent

‘Running on Air’

English

5

Armenia

Artsvik

‘Fly With Me’

English

6

The Netherlands

OG3NE

‘Lights and Shadows’

English

7

Moldova

Sunstroke Project

‘Hey, Mamma!’

English

8

Hungary

Joci Pápai

‘Origo’

Hungarian

9

Italy

Francesco Gabbani

Occidentali Karma

Italian

10

Denmark

Anja Nissen

‘Where I Am’

English

11

Portugal

Salvador Sobral

‘Amar Pelos Dois’

Portuguese

12

Azerbaijan

DiHaj

‘Skeletons’

English

13

Croatia

Jacques Houdek

‘My Friend’

English, Italian

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14

Australia

Isaiah

‘Don’t Come Easy’

English

15

Greece

Demy

‘This is Love’

English

16

Spain

Manel Navarro

‘Do It for Your Lover’

Spanish, English

17

Norway

JOWST

‘Grab The Moment’

English

18

UK

Lucie Jones

‘Never Give Up on You’

English

19

Cyprus

Hovig

‘Gravity’

English

20

Romania

Ilinca ft Alex Florea

‘Yodel It!’

English

21

Germany

Levina

‘Perfect Life’

English

22

Ukraine

O. Torvald

‘Time’

English

23

Belgium

Blanche

‘City Lights’

English

24

Sweden

Robin Bengtsson

‘I Can’t Go On’

English

25

Bulgaria

Kristian Kostov

Beautiful Mess

English

26

France

Alma

‘Requiem’

French, English

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 The Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest will be broadcast live at 5am on SBS or on SBS On Demand. Myf Warhurst and Joel Creasey will bring you the show in prime time from 7.30pm on SBS.