An impression of the opening act in the grand final | Picture: Andres Putting (EBU)
It’s finally time, tonight the grand final of Eurovision Song Contest 2014 will be held in Copenhagen at 21.00 CET, and we can add another winner to the history of Eurovision-winners. In tonight’s show the 26 finalists will perform, 10 from the first semifinal, 10 from the second semifinal, the big 5 and of course, the host country. As in the semifinals, every country have drawn randomly in which half of their respective semifinal they will perform. The producers have then put them into the final running order, so each act will get the best possible outcome.
All countries that have participated in this year’s contest will be able to vote tonight.
This is the running order for the final of Eurovision Song Contest 2014:
- Ukraine: Mariya Yaremchuk – Tick-Tock
- Belarus: Teo – Cheesecake
- Azerbaijan: Dilara Kazimova – Start A Fire
- Iceland: Pollapönk – No Prejudice
- Norway: Carl Espen – Silent Storm
- Romania: Paula Seling and OVI – Miracle
- Armenia: Aram MP3 – Not Alone
- Montenegro: Sergej Ćetković – Moj Svijet
- Poland: Donatan and Cleo – My Słowianie – We Are Slavic
- Greece: Freaky Fortune feat. Riskykidd – Rise Up
- Austria: Conchita Wurst – Rise Like A Phoenix
- Germany: Elaiza – Is It Right?
- Sweden: Sanna Nielsen – Undo
- France: Twin Twin – Moustache
- Russia: Tolmachevy Sisters – Shine
- Italy: Emma – La Mia Città
- Slovenia: Tinkara Kovač – Round And Round
- Finland: Softengine – Something Better
- Spain: Ruth Lorenzo – Dancing In The Rain
- Switzerland: Sebalter – Hunter Of Stars
- Hungary: András Kállay-Saunders – Running
- Malta: Firelight – Coming Home
- Denmark: Basim – Cliche Love Song
- Netherlands: The Common Linnets – Calm After The Storm
- San Marino: Valentina Monetta – Maybe (Forse)
- United Kingdom: Molly – Children Of The Universe
Rainmaker and Eurovision Song Contest 2075
The official #JoinUs song, Rainmaker, by Emmelie de Forest will of course be a part of the interval acts tonight. Along with Emmelie herself, all the 26 finalists will join her and sing the song.
Also, you will once again be able to enjoy the Eurovision Book of Records. Tonight we will get the winners of the highest note. And what do you imagine when you hear Eurovision Song Contest 2075? You will see what the Danish director Nikolaj Cederholm can imagine in tonight’s show.
It won’t be a real Eurovision-party without ranking the acts, and that is why we will recommend you to download our amazing scorecards for Eurovision 2014. With these scorecards you will be able to rank every act on the visual show, the vocals and of course, the song. Put the scores for each country together and you will find your favorite of tonight’s grand final! Maybe you’ll choose the right winner? The scorecard is also a nice reminder with photos of the artist, name, title and the running order if you should forget anything.
So here it is! Click the link underneath, print out as many as you wish, give it to all your friends, and compare your results. Just remember to have fun!