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  • The grand final running order for Eurovision 2019 is out. We react to Malta opening the show, Spain closing and more.

    EUROVISION 2019 GRAND FINAL RUNNING ORDER:
    Malta: Michela – “Chameleon”
    Albania: Jonida Maliqi – “Ktheju tokës”
    Czech Republic: Lake Malawi – “Friend of a Friend”
    Germany: S!sters – “Sister”
    Russia: Sergey Lazarev – “Scream”
    Denmark: Leonora – “Love Is Forever”
    San Marino: Serhat – “Say Na Na Na”
    North Macedonia: Tamara Todevska – “Proud”
    Sweden: John Lundvik – “Too Late for Love”
    Slovenia: Zala Kralj & Gašper Šantl – “Sebi”
    Cyprus: Tamta – “Replay”
    The Netherlands: Duncan Laurence – “Arcade”
    Greece: Katerine Duska – “Better Love”
    Israel: Kobi Marimi – “Home”
    Norway: KEiiNO – “Spirit in the Sky”
    United Kingdom: Michael Rice – “Bigger than Us”
    Iceland: Hatari – “Hatrið mun sigra”
    Estonia: Victor Crone – “Storm”
    Belarus: ZENA – “Like It”
    Azerbaijan: Chingiz – “Truth”
    France: Bilal Hassani – “Roi”
    Italy: Mahmood – “Soldi”
    Serbia: Nevena Božović – “Kruna”
    Switzerland: Luca Hänni – “She Got Me”
    Australia: Kate Miller-Heidke – “Zero Gravity”
    Spain: Miki – “La Venda”

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    Comments

    CCarolinee says:

    So many good songs. My favourites: the Netherlands, Australia, Italy, Norway, Malta, Switzerland….

    Top 5 says:

    Why is nobody talking about Switzerland? I think they have a great spot and it favors them very much. It’s better than being on last and a perfect contrast to Australia. I think the running order from place 20 onwards is insane. One fave follower by the other. Russia is screwed with 5th place though. They could have easily given them 10th place and swap slots with Slovenia

    fluffylovey says:

    Y’all Azerbaijan has a pretty good spot as well 👀👀👀

    Erin Zammitt says:

    I really think they’ve killed off Malta by putting Michela first 🙁 I’m gutted because I genuinely thought she had a chance of winning or at least coming top 5, but now I think she’d be lucky to get on the left hand side of the board…

    Kennet says:

    What I love about this running order: Malta opening and Spain closing the show 😀
    What I do not like about it: Albania in #2 …

    Harut Hovhannisyan says:

    Marija Serifovic was also 17 !

    Thyri Carver says:

    I like this running order. I think it keeps the show interesting rather than randomizing it and potentially having the ballads surrounding something like Iceland which would be so jarring and it wouldnt look good at all for either.

    Crypto Monkey says:

    Good news for Australia. ❤🇦🇺❤🇦🇺❤

    Loak Loik says:

    Australia will win the jury vote . But I hope that people will note for her . They are so many good song , and just not a woman who is saying « EEEEEEEE, OOOOOOOO »

    nzkid25 says:

    poor MAlta! poor russiA

    alexus channel. Made with smartphone says:

    Azerbaijan azerbaijan azerbaijan

    eurofansf says:

    Thank you,thank you, thank you! For you dedication at such a late hour. After spending the whole week at ESC last year I know how over-programmed the week can be – get some rest before the final. You deserve it!

    Christina Lazareva says:

    Good Luck to Sergey Lazarev!!

    ayka mehdi says:

    Azerbaijan 🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿

    Liquoricilicious says:

    Haha, they're so tired after a long week

    Malcolm Cuschieri says:

    For me, Malta has a disadvantage as by the end I think people forget about it. Btw from Malta

    Ale Xandra says:

    I'm so pissed they put Albania in spot #2. They could have put Germany or San Marino in that spot. I think they wanted to smash it and make it easier for the ESC executives favourites songs to slight easily. Same with Russia 5 is such a bad spot. Anyway Albania will surprise them again!! 😀🔝🔥

    TheDomnt says:

    Putting the top favorite Netherlands sandwiched between Cyprus and Greece (2 also very strong presentations) makes me wonder why.. Is it to weaken those 2 or distract from the Netherlands and give a better chance to countries like Spain or Australia..?

    David Bosquette says:

    The running order really doesn't matter ALL that much. Guys trust me, The Netherlands has MAXIMUM impact no matter where you place it. Australia will not make Top 5 even.

    Sebastie Cortes says:

    My frontrunners the Netherlands, Australia, Italy and Spain.

    Buddhi Dev says:

    I believe the producers knew what they do

    Konstantin Dolbilov says:

    Looks like the producers already have chosen the winner.

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