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ESC’16: 42 Spokespersons Revealed For Tonight

Verka Seduchka
Verka Seduchka is the Ukrainian spokesperson

The spokespersons from the 42 competing countries in the 61st Eurovision Song Contest have been revealed.

The list includes a number of past participants the most well-known being Verka Seduchka who will announce the Ukrainian points, she finished 2nd in Eurovision 2007. Also having participated in Eurovision in the past are; Marjetka Vovk (Slovenia 2015), Nina Sublatti (Georgia 2015), Sebalter (Switzerland 2014), Trijntje Oosterhuis (Netherlands 2015), Elisabeth Andreassen (Sweden 1982, Norway 1985, 1994, 1996), Uzari (Belarus 2015) and Constantinos Christophorou (Cyprus 1996, 2002, 2005).

The voting order is as follows:

  1. Austria: Kati Bellowitsch
  2. Iceland: Unnsteinn Manuel Stefansson
  3. Azerbaijan Tural Asadov
  4. San Marino: Lorenzo Salvatori (IROL MC)
  5. Czech Republic: Daniela Písařovicová
  6. Ireland: Sinéad Kennedy
  7. Georgia: Nina Sublatti
  8. Bosnia and Herzegovina: Ivana Crnogorac
  9. Malta: Ben Camille
  10. Spain: Jota Abril
  11. Finland: Jussi-Pekka Rantanen
  12. Switzerland: Sebastiano Pau Lessi (Sebalter)
  13. Denmark: Ulla Essendrop
  14. France: Elodie Gossuin
  15. Moldova: Olivia Furtuna
  16. Armenia: Arman Margaret Ryan
  17. Cyprus: Luke Hamatsos
  18. Bulgaria: Anna Angelova
  19. Netherlands: Trijntje Oosterhuis
  20. Latvia: Toms Grevins
  21. Israel: Ofer Nachshon
  22. Belarus: Uzari
  23. Germany: Barbara Schönberger
  24. Russia: Nyusha
  25. Norway: Elisabeth Andreassen
  26. Australia: Lee Lin Chin
  27. Belgium: Umesh Vangaver
  28. United Kingdom: Richard Osman
  29. Croatia: Nevena Rendeli
  30. Greece: Constantinos Christophorou
  31. Lithuania: Ugne Galadauskaitė
  32. Serbia: Dragana Kosjerina
  33. Macedonia: Dijana Gogova
  34. Albania: Andri Xhahu
  35. Estonia: Daniel Viinalass
  36. Ukraine: Verka Serduchka
  37. Italy: Claudia Andreatti
  38. Poland: Anna Popek
  39. Slovenia: Marjetka Vovk
  40. Hungary: Ms Tatar
  41. Montenegro: Danijel Alibabic
  42. Sweden: Gina Dirawi

Source: SVT

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