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Salvador Sobral wins the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest
Update Time: 2017-05-14 12:14:00
Salvador Sobral from Portugal won the 2017 edition of Europe's Favourite TV Show. Portugal will host the Eurovision Song Contest, next year.Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) provided live transmission of the popular musical show.Tamara Gachechiladze, Georgian entrant at 2017 ESC dropped out of the race in the First Semi-final of the 2017 ESC.The 2017 ESC was held in Kyiv, Ukraine. 
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The winning performance of Salvador and Luísa Sobral from Portugal
Publish Time: 2017-05-14 02:49:00
Salvador Sobral from Portugal won the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest, with the song Amar Pelos Dois. This is his winning performance together with his sister Luísa.The 2017 ESC was held in Kyiv, Ukraine.
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TONIGHT: The Grand Final of Eurovision 2017
Publish Time: 2017-05-13 10:00:00
The Grand Final of 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) will be held on May 13, at Kyiv's International Exhibition Centre. Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) will air the musical event live, starting from 23:00 (local time).26 acts will compete for the trophy and the right to host the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest.The List of participants:1. Israel - IMRI, with the song - I Feel Alive 2. Poland - Kasia Moś, with the song - Flashlight 3. Belarus - Naviband, with the song - Story of My Life 4. Austria - Nathan Trent, with the song - Running On Air 5. Armenia - Artsvik, with the song - Fly With Me 6. The Netherlands - OG3NE, with the song - Lights and Shadows 7. Moldova - Sunstroke Project, with the song - Hey Mamma 8. Hungary - Joci Pápai, with the song - Origo 9. Italy - Francesco Gabbani, with the song - Occidentali's Karma 10. Denmark - Anja, with the song - Where I Am 11. Portugal - Salvador Sobral, with the song - Amar Pelos Dois
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Second Semi-Final of 2017 ESC was Held
Publish Time: 2017-05-12 01:11:00
The Grand Finalists of Eurovision 2017 are now known.The Second Semi-Final of 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) was held on May 11, at Kyiv's International Exhibition Centre. 18 countries took part in the Second Semi-final in order to qualify for 10 places available in Saturday's final. And the qualifiers were announced:BelarusBulgariaCroatiaHungaryDenmarkRomaniaIsraelNorwayThe NetherlandsAustriaThe First Semi-Final took place on May 9. The ten qualifiers from First Semi-Final were announced: Moldova, Azerbaijan, Sweden, Greece, Portugal, Poland, Armenia, Australia, Cyprus, Belgium.Based on rules of the competition, the host country Ukraine and the "Big 5" countries Germany, Great Britain, France, Spain and Italy are automatically qualified for the final.Tamara Gachechiladze, Georgian entrant at 2017 ESC dropped out of the race in the First Semi-final of the 2017 ESC.(eurovision.tv)
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Second Semi-Final of 2017 ESC to take place, tonight
Publish Time: 2017-05-11 12:08:00
The Second Semi-Final of 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) will be held on May 11, at Kyiv's International Exhibition Centre. Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) will air the musical event live, starting from 23:00 (local time).18 countries will take part in the Second Semi-final in order to qualify for 10 places available in Saturday's final. SerbiaAustriaFYR MacedoniaMaltaRomaniaThe NetherlandsHungaryDenmarkIrelandSan MarinoCroatiaNorwaySwitzerlandBelarusBulgariaLithuaniaEstoniaIsraelThe First Semi-Final took place on May 9. The ten qualifiers from First Semi-Final were announced: Moldova, Azerbaijan, Sweden, Greece, Portugal, Poland, Armenia, Australia, Cyprus, Belgium.Tamara Gachechiladze, Georgian entrant at 2017 ESC dropped out of the race in the First Semi-final of the 2017 ESC.Based on rules of the competition, the host country Ukraine and the "Big 5" countries Germany, Great Britain, France, Spain and Italy are automatically qualified for the final.
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Mariam Mamadashvili was invited in 2017 ESC, as special guest
Publish Time: 2017-05-10 20:48:00
Mariam Mamadashvili winner of the 2016 Junior Eurovision Song Contest (JESC) has been invited in the 2017 ESC, as a special guest. Georgian contender - Mariam Mamadashvili won the 2016 JESC, with the entry song "Mzeo" (Sun).Georgia has won the JESC, a record three times.Earlier, the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and the Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) have confirmed that Georgia will host the 15th Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The 2017 JESC will take place on Sunday, November 26. The competition will be held in the Tbilisi Sports Palace.Kyiv is hosting the 2017 ESC. The first semi-final took place on May 9. The Second semi-final will be held on May 11, with the grand final on Saturday May 13.Tamara Gachechiladze, Georgian entrant at 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) will not sing in the final of the musical competition, to be held at Kyiv's International Exhibition Centre on May 13. She dropped out of the race in the First Semi-final of the 2017 ESC on May 9.
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Georgian Contender of 2017 ESC Dropped out of Race
Publish Time: 2017-05-10 01:13:00
Tamara Gachechiladze, Georgian entrant at 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) will not sing in the final of the musical competition, to be held at Kyiv's International Exhibition Centre on May 13. She dropped out of the race in the First Semi-final of the 2017 ESC on May 9. Gachechiladze’s song Keep the Faith was not qualified in the best 10 songs in the 2017 semi-final held at Kyiv's International Exhibition Centre.18 countries took part in the First Semi-final in order to qualify for 10 places available in Saturday's final. The ten qualifiers from the First Semi-Final were announced. And the qualifiers are...MoldovaAzerbaijanSwedenGreecePortugalPolandArmeniaAustraliaCyprusBelgiumThe  second Semi-Final will be held on May 11. 18 countries will compete for 10 places in the Grand Final, as well. Based on rules of the competition, the host country Ukraine and the "Big 5" countries Germany, Great Britain, France, Spain and Italy are automatically qualified for the final.
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Georgian Contender in the First Semi-Final of 2017 ESC - Backstage
Publish Time: 2017-05-10 00:09:00
Tamara Gachechiladze - Georgian participant of 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) performed in the First Semi-Final of the contest at Kyiv's International Exhibition Centre, tonight.Georgian Delegation and Georgian Contender before the performance in the First Semi-Final - Backstage
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Georgian Contender performed in the First Semi-Final of 2017 ESC
Publish Time: 2017-05-09 23:25:00
Tamara Gachechiladze - Georgian participant of 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) performed in the First Semi-Final of the contest at Kyiv's International Exhibition Centre, tonight.18 countries will compete for 10 places in the Grand Final.The running order of the First Semi-Final contenders:1.Sweden2.Georgia3.Australia4.Albania5.Belgium6.Montenegro7.Finland8.Azerbaijan9.Portugal10.Greece11.Poland12.Moldova13.Iceland14.Czech Republic15.Cyprus16.Armenia17.Slovenia18.LatviaThe  second Semi-Final will be held on May 11. 18 countries will compete for 10 places in the Grand Final, as well.Based on rules of the competition, the host country Ukraine and the "Big 5" countries Germany, Great Britain, France, Spain and Italy are automatically qualified for the final.The Grand Final of the 2017 ESC will take place on Saturday 13th May in Kyiv, Ukraine.
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Tamara Gachechiladze performed in the First Semi-Final of 2017 ESC
Publish Time: 2017-05-09 23:17:00
Tamara Gachechiladze - Georgian participant of 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) performed in the First Semi-Final of the contest at Kyiv's International Exhibition Centre, tonight. 18 countries will compete for 10 places in the Grand Final. The running order of the First Semi-Final contenders:1.Sweden2.Georgia3.Australia4.Albania5.Belgium6.Montenegro7.Finland8.Azerbaijan9.Portugal10.Greece11.Poland12.Moldova13.Iceland14.Czech Republic15.Cyprus16.Armenia17.Slovenia18.LatviaThe  second Semi-Final will be held on May 11. 18 countries will compete for 10 places in the Grand Final, as well. Based on rules of the competition, the host country Ukraine and the "Big 5" countries Germany, Great Britain, France, Spain and Italy are automatically qualified for the final.The Grand Final of the 2017 ESC will take place on Saturday 13th May in Kyiv, Ukraine.
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First Semi-Final of 2017 ESC to take place, tonight
Publish Time: 2017-05-09 12:18:00
The First Semi-Final of 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) will be held on May 9, at Kyiv's International Exhibition Centre. Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) will air the musical event live, starting from 23:00 (local time). Demetre Ergemlidze and Anri Jokhadze will be the announcers of live broadcast of ESC on First Channel of GPB.Tamara Gachechiladze - Georgian participant of 2017 ESC will take part in the First Semi-Final of the contest. She was qualified as Number 2 to perform on the stage.18 countries will compete for 10 places in the Grand Final. The running order of the First Semi-Final contenders:1.Sweden2.Georgia3.Australia4.Albania5.Belgium6.Montenegro7.Finland8.Azerbaijan9.Portugal10.Greece11.Poland12.Moldova13.Iceland14.Czech Republic15.Cyprus16.Armenia17.Slovenia18.LatviaThe  second Semi-Final will be held on May 11. 18 countries will compete for 10 places in the Grand Final, as well. The Big Five and the host country are directly qualified to the final. The Grand Final of the 2017 ESC will take place on Saturday 13th May in Kyiv, Ukraine.  
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First Semi-Final of 2017 ESC to be held on May 9
Update Time: 2017-05-08 18:30:00
The First Semi-Final of 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) will be held on May 9, at Kyiv's International Exhibition Centre. Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) will air the musical event live, starting from 23:00 (local time). Tamara Gachechiladze - Georgian participant of 2017 ESC will take part in the First Semi-Final of the contest, to be held on May 9. She was qualified as Number 2 to perform on the stage.18 countries will compete for 10 places in the Grand Final. The running order of the First Semi-Final contenders:1.Sweden2.Georgia3.Australia4.Albania5.Belgium6.Montenegro7.Finland8.Azerbaijan9.Portugal10.Greece11.Poland12.Moldova13.Iceland14.Czech Republic15.Cyprus16.Armenia17.Slovenia18.LatviaThe  second Semi-Final will be held on May 11. 18 countries will compete for 10 places in the Grand Final, as well. The Big Five and the host country are directly qualified to the final. The Grand Final of the 2017 ESC will take place on Saturday 13th May in Kyiv, Ukraine.  
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Red Carpet and Opening Ceremony is being held in Kyiv
Publish Time: 2017-05-07 19:05:00
Red Carpet ceremony of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest takes place on May 7th at Mariyinsky Palace in Kyiv. As is tradition every year at Eurovision, this year’s participating acts and each country delegation are set to take to the carpet on the walk down to the Opening Ceremony. Following the Red Carpet event, the delegations will move on to the Parkovy Exhibition and Congress Centre for the Opening Ceremony.The Red Carpet and Opening Ceremony mark the official opening of the Eurovision Song Contest. The 2017 Eurovision Song Contest will run the following week on the 9, 11 and 13 May and will take place at the International Exhibition Centre in Kyiv.First Channel of the Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) will air the musical event -  both Semi-finals and Grand Final - live, starting from 23:00 (local time). Tamara Gachechiladze will present Georgia at 2017 ESC, with the entry song Keep the Faith. She will take part in the First Semi-Final of the contest, to be held on May 9.(eurovision.tv; esctoday.com)
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Second Rehearsal of Georgian Contender of 2017 ESC was held
Update Time: 2017-05-04 12:10:00
Second rehearsal of Tamara Gachechiladze - Georgian participant of 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC), took place at Kyiv's International Exhibition Centre. Stage performance for Gachechiladze was directed by Sacha Jean-Baptiste. Lasha Jokhadze designed the outfit for Georgian contender.After the second rehearsal Gachechiladze answered questions of the media in a press conference. Tamara is proud to represent Georgia in Eurovision this year and will also be involved in Junior Eurovision when it takes place in Tbilisi. "Georgia is an amazing country, everyone should come to visit," - she said.First rehearsal of Georgian contender at Kyiv's International Exhibition Centre was held on April 30.The 2017 ESC will be held in Kyiv. The semi-finals will take place on Tuesday 9 and Thursday 11 May, with the grand final on Saturday 13 May.First Channel of the Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) will air the musical event -  both Semi-finals and Grand Final - live, starting from 23:00 (local tim
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Georgian ESC contender introduced to Ukrainian journalists
Update Time: 2017-05-03 12:20:00
The Georgian Embassy in Ukraine organized a press conference to introduce Tamara Gachechiladze, Georgian contender of 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) to Ukrainian journalists. Gachechiladze answered questions of the media. The 2017 ESC will be held in Kyiv. The semi-finals will take place on Tuesday 9 and Thursday 11 May, with the grand final on Saturday 13 May.Tamara Gachechiladze will present Georgia with the song Keep the Faith. She will take part in the First Semi-Final of the contest, to be held on May 9. First Channel of the Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) will air the musical event - both Semi-finals and Grand Final - live, starting from 23:00 (local time). 
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Tamara Gachechiladze to meet with Georgian Diaspora in Embassy of Georgia to Ukraine
Publish Time: 2017-05-02 08:54:00
Tamara Gachechiladze - Georgian contender of 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) will meet with the representatives of Georgian diaspora in Embassy of Georgia to Ukraine, today.The 2017 ESC will be held in Kyiv. The semi-finals will take place on Tuesday 9 and Thursday 11 May, with the grand final on Saturday 13 May.First Channel of the Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) will air the musical event -  both Semi-finals and Grand Final - live, starting from 23:00 (local time). Tamara Gachechiladze will present Georgia at 2017 ESC, with the entry song Keep the Faith. She will take part in the First Semi-Final of the contest, to be held on May 9.
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Georgian Contender of 2017 ESC had first rehearsal in Kyiv
Publish Time: 2017-04-30 12:32:00
First rehearsal of Tamara Gachechiladze - Georgian participant of 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC), took place at Kyiv's International Exhibition Centre.Stage Performance for Gachechiladze was directed by Sacha Jean-Baptiste.The 2017 ESC will be held in Kyiv. The semi-finals will take place on Tuesday 9 and Thursday 11 May, with the grand final on Saturday 13 May.First Channel of the Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) will air the musical event -  both Semi-finals and Grand Final - live, starting from 23:00 (local time). Tamara Gachechiladze will present Georgia at 2017 ESC, with the entry song Keep the Faith. She will take part in the First Semi-Final of the contest, to be held on May 9.Backstage(eurovision.tv)
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Tamara Gachechiladze to perform at 2017 ESC accompanied by Five Backing Vocalist
Publish Time: 2017-04-18 12:05:00
Tamara Gachechiladze - Georgian participant of 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) will perform at Kyiv's International Exhibition Centre, accompanied by five backing vocalist - Mariam Akobia, Mariam Jomardidze, Natia Oqruashvili, Giorgi Tskhvariashvili and Guri Pasikashvili. Tamara Gachechiladze will take part in the First Semi-Final of the contest, to be held on May 9. She was qualified as Number 2 to perform on the stage.The 2017 ESC will be held in Kyiv. The semi-finals will take place on Tuesday 9 and Thursday 11 May, with the grand final on Saturday 13 May.Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) will air the popular musical competition live. 
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Presentation of Video Clip for the Song "Keep the Faith" was Held
Publish Time: 2017-04-06 16:02:00
Presentation of a video clip for the Georgian entry song "Keep the Faith", of Tamara Gachechiladze, took place in “Studio C”, programm of First Channel of Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB), today.Authors of the song "Keep the Faith" are Anri Jokhadze and Tamara Gachechiladze (Music by Anri Jokhadze, Text by Tamara Gachechiladze). Director of the video is Temur Kvirkvelia.Tamara Gachechiladze - Georgian participant of 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) will take part in the First Semi-Final of the contest, to be held on May 9. She was qualified as Number 2 to perform on the stage.The 2017 ESC will be held in Kiev's International Exhibition Centre. The semi-finals will take place on Tuesday 9 and Thursday 11 May, with the grand final on Saturday 13 May.
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Presentation of Video Clip for the Song "Keep the Faith" to be Held on April 6
Publish Time: 2017-04-05 14:40:00
Presentation of a video clip for the Georgian entry song "Keep the Faith", of Tamara Gachechiladze will be held in “C Studio”, programm of First Channel of Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) on April 6.Authors of the song "Keep the Faith" are Tamara Gachechiladze and Anri Jokhadze (Music by Anri Jokhadze, Text by Tamara Gachechiladze). Director of the video is Temur Kvirkvelia.Tamara Gachechiladze - Georgian participant of 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) will take part in the First Semi-Final of the contest, to be held on May 9. She was qualified as Number 2 to perform on the stage.The 2017 ESC will be held in Kiev's International Exhibition Centre. The semi-finals will take place on Tuesday
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