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Sabina Chantouria has been added to the names of the singers hoping to represent Georgia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017.

Sabina Chantouria was left off of the original list of 27 hopefuls due to the application arriving late to GPB despite being sent off before the deadline. She has now been added to the updated list. Sabina is a Swedish/Georgian singer and songwriter, she released her first single in 2013 and is currently working with Sweden Songs on her latest single. Sweden Songs are currently working with Les Gordons who are participating in Melodifestivalen 2017 entry and in 2016 they had a total of 10 songs in national selections across Europe.

The 28 applicants are as follows:

  1. Alisa Danelia
  2. Anacho Dolidze
  3. Andria Gvelesiani
  4. Ani Keuka
  5. Asea Sool
  6. Brendon Stouni & Eter Beriashvili
  7. Davit Shanidze
  8. Dima Kobeshavidze
  9. Elene Mikiashvili
  10. EOS
  11. ForceMajeure
  12. Giorgi Chikovani
  13. Limbo
  14. Malibu
  15. Mariam Chachkhiani
  16. Mariko Lezhava
  17. Misha Sulukhia
  18. Nanuka Giorgobiani
  19. Natia Bidzinashvili
  20. Nino Basharuli
  21. Nutsa Buzaladze
  22. Rati Durglishvili
  23. Sparkle
  24. Tako Gachechiladze
  25. The Mins
  26. Tornike Kipaini & Giorgi Bolotashvili
  27. Trio Mandili
  28. Sabina Chantouria

Georgia will be holding a televised selection process to select their entrant for the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kyiv, Ukraine. This is the first time since 2015 that Georgia has held a televised selection, in 2015 they selected Nina Sublatti with the song “Warrior” which went on to finish 11th in the final scoring a total of 51 points. The highest points received were 10 points from both Azerbaijan and Georgia, overall they received points from 12 countries.


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Georgia debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2007, they were represented by Sopho Khalvashi and the song “Visionary Dream”. Sopho finished 8th in the final scoring 97 points, the song received 12 points from the televoters in Lithuania. Georgia has only ever missed one contest since their debut, this was in 2009 when Georgia had selected Stephane & 3G with “We Don’t Wanna Put In”, the song proved controversial for its lyrics aimed at the Russian President. The EBU asked for Georgia to rewrite the lyrics of the song or change the song completely. Georgia was forced to withdraw as it continued to state the lyrics were not of a political nature.

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