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GPB the national broadcaster of Georgia has confirmed that they will be participating in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017.

Georgia has become the 39th country to provisionally confirm their participation or state their interest in competing in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kyiv, Ukraine. Georgia will be marking 10 years since their debut in the contest at next years contest in Kyiv, Georgia along with the Czech Republic, Serbia and Montenegro all debuted at the 2007 contest in Helsinki, Finland.

Moldova, Serbia and San Marino are yet to publicly state whether they will be participating in the 62nd edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. While Russia has shown an interest in participating next year in Kyiv but has yet to officially confirm their participation. It is also not yet known if Australia will be making a third appearance in the Eurovision Song Contest next year in Ukraine.

GPB has not yet confirmed how they will select their participant for the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. In 2016 Nika Kocharov & Young Georgian Lolitaz were internally selected to represent Georgia in Stockholm, while the song was decided by a combination of public and jury voting.

Source: GPB

3 thoughts on “Georgia: Eurovision 2017 Participation Confirmed”

  1. Here’s what I think:

    Russia — Will participate.
    Serbia — Will participate.
    Australia — Will participate (there is no reason to not invite them).
    Moldova — Could end up withdrawing due to their bad results in previous years.
    San Marino — I’m 99,99999 % that they will withdraw due to the new voting system.
    Kazakhstan — Could debut.

    I predict 41-43 countries to take part in Kyiv.

  2. Nice! This year’s Georgian entry really grew on me and I’m happy they qualified. And last year Nina was amazing!

    Georgia is always a great addition with their original and sometimes risky songs. 🙂

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