eurovision 2007

all time rank: the position that the country and the song have between all the eurovision songs

chart from the game vote for the best eurovision song.

Eurovision Song Contest 2007
“True Fantasy”
Eurovision Song Contest 2007 logo.svg
Dates
Semi-final date 10 May 2007
Final date 12 May 2007
Host
Venue Hartwall Areena
Helsinki, Finland
Presenter(s) Jaana Pelkonen
Mikko Leppilampi
Krisse Salminen (Green Room)
Host broadcaster Yleisradio (YLE)
Opening act Semi-final: Finnish dancers dancing to accordion music by Johanna Juhola[1]
Final: Lordi video from Rovaniemitransitioning into Lordi performing “Hard Rock Hallelujah” on stage
Interval act Semi-final: Tsuumi[1]
Final: Apocalyptica
Participants
Number of entries 42
Debuting countries    
Returning countries  
Withdrawing countries  Monaco

History

The Eurovision Song Contest 2007 was the 52nd edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. It was won by first-time appearance as an independent country Serbia and was held at the Hartwall Areena in Helsinki, Finland from 10 May to 12 May.Finland earned the right to host the event after heavy metal band Lordi’s victory at the Eurovision Song Contest 2006. It was the first time the Contest had been held in Finland. A budget of €13 million was presented for arranging the contest.
The hosts were Finnish television personality Jaana Pelkonen and Finnish musician, stage performer and actor Mikko Leppilampi. Krisse Salminen acted as guest host in the green room, and reported from the crowds at the Senate Square.
A record number of 42 countries participated. The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) put aside its limit of 40 countries, which would have meant excluding some countries using a ranking order scheme.
The official logo of the contest remained the same as 2006; the flag in the centre of the heart was changed to the Finnish flag. The European Broadcasting Union and YLE announced that the theme for the 2007 contest would be “True Fantasy”, which embraced Finland and “Finnishness” in terms of the polarities associated with the country.The stage was in the shape of a kantele, a traditional Finnish instrument.
42 countries submitted preliminary applications. Although in previous years the maximum number of participating countries was 40, the EBU allowed all 42 to participate in 2007. The Czech Republic, Serbia, Montenegro and Georgia all entered the contest for the first time in 2007.Monaco announced its withdrawal on 12 December 2006, and the EBU announced the final lineup of 42 countries on 15 December 2006.

Final- Results

# Representing country Performer(s) Song title, writer(s) and composer(s) Points Place
01 Flag of Bosnia & HerzegovinaBosnia & Herzegovina

Marija Sestic Rijeka Bez Imena 106 11
02 Flag of SpainSpain

NASH I Love You Mi Vida 043 20
03 Flag of BelarusBelarus

Dmitry Koldun Work Your Magic 145 06
04 Flag of IrelandIreland

Dervish They Can’t Stop The Spring 005 24
05 Flag of FinlandFinland

Hanna Pakarinen Leave Me Alone 053 17
06 Flag of F.Y.R. MacedoniaFyrom Karolina Mojot Svet 073 14
07 Flag of SloveniaSlovenia

Alenka Gotar Cvet Z Juga 066 15
08 Flag of HungaryHungary

Magdi Rúzsa Unsubstantial Blues 128 09
09 Flag of LithuaniaLithuania

4Fun Love Or Leave 028 21
10 Flag of GreeceGreece

Sarbel Yassou Maria 139 07
11 Flag of GeorgiaGeorgia

Sopho My Story 097 12
12 Flag of SwedenSweden

The Ark The Worrying Kind 051 18
13 Flag of FranceFrance

Les Fatals Picards L’amour à La Française 019 22
14 Flag of LatviaLatvia

Bonaparti.lv Questa Notte 054 16
15 Flag of RussiaRussia

Serebro Song # 1 207 03
16 Flag of GermanyGermany

Roger Cicero Frauen Regieren Die Welt 049 19
17 Flag of SerbiaSerbia

Marija Šerifović Molitva 268 01
18 Flag of UkraineUkraine

Verka Serduchka Dancing Lasha Tumbai 235 02
19 Flag of United KingdomUnited Kingdom

Scooch Flying The Flag (for You) 019 22
20 Flag of RomaniaRomania

Todomondo Liubi, Liubi, I Love You 084 13
21 Flag of BulgariaBulgaria

Elitsa Todorova & Stoyan Yankulov Water 157 05
22 Flag of TurkeyTurkey

Kenan Dogulu Shake It Up Shekerim 163 04
23 Flag of ArmeniaArmenia

Hayko Anytime You Need 138 08
24 Flag of MoldovaMoldova Natalia Barbu Fight 109 10

semi final- results

# Representing country Performer(s) Song title, writer(s) and composer(s) Points Place
01 Flag of BulgariaBulgaria

Elitsa Todorova & Stoyan Yankulov Water 146 06
02 Flag of IsraelIsrael

Teapacks Push The Button 017 24
03 Flag of CyprusCyprus

Evridiki Comme Ci, Comme ça 065 15
04 Flag of BelarusBelarus

Dmitry Koldun Work Your Magic 176 04
05 Flag of IcelandIceland

Eiríkur Hauksson Valentine Lost 077 13
06 Flag of GeorgiaGeorgia

Sopho My Story 123 08
07 Flag of MontenegroMontenegro

Stevan Faddy Ajde Kroci 033 22
08 Flag of SwitzerlandSwitzerland

DJ BoBo Vampires Are Alive 040 20
09 Flag of MoldovaMoldova

Natalia Barbu Fight 091 10
10 Flag of The NetherlandsNetherlands

Edsilia Rombley On Top Of The World 038 21
11 Flag of AlbaniaAlbania

Aida & Frederik Ndoci Hear My Plea 049 17
12 Flag of DenmarkDenmark

DQ Drama Queen 045 19
13 Flag of CroatiaCroatia

Dragonfly feat. Dado Topic Vjerujem U Ljubav 054 16
14 Flag of PolandPoland

The Jet Set Time To Party 075 14
15 Flag of SerbiaSerbia

Marija Šerifović Molitva 298 01
16 Flag of Czech RepublicCzech Republic

Kabát Malá Dáma 001 28
17 Flag of PortugalPortugal

Sabrina Dança Comigo (vem Ser Feliz) 088 11
18 Flag of F.Y.R. MacedoniaFyrom

Karolina Mojot Svet 097 09
19 Flag of NorwayNorway

Guri Schanke Ven A Bailar Conmigo 048 18
20 Flag of MaltaMalta

Olivia Lewis Vertigo 015 25
21 Flag of AndorraAndorra

Anonymous Salvem El Món 080 12
22 Flag of HungaryHungary

Magdi Rúzsa Unsubstantial Blues 224 02
23 Flag of EstoniaEstonia

Gerli Padar Partners In Crime 033 22
24 Flag of BelgiumBelgium

The KMG’s Love Power 014 26
25 Flag of SloveniaSlovenia

Alenka Gotar Cvet Z Juga 140 07
26 Flag of TurkeyTurkey

Kenan Dogulu Shake It Up Shekerim 197 03
27 Flag of AustriaAustria

Eric Papilaya Get A Life – Get Alive 004 27
28 Flag of LatviaLatvia

Bonaparti.lv Questa Notte 168 05

Returning artists

Artist Country Previous Year(s)
Evridiki  Cyprus 1992, 1994
Eiríkur Hauksson  Iceland 1986 (part of ICY)
1991 (for Norway, part of Just 4 Fun)
Karolina Gočeva  Fyrom 2002
Edsilia Rombley Netherlands 1998
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