We now have all twenty-six finalists in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, checkout how this years results fare compared to recent years.

  • Albania – Second year running that they have missed a final, Albania now has a 50% qualification record
  • Armenia – Artsvik takes her country to another final, they have only missed the finals once since debuting in 2006
  • Australia – Two out of two for Australia, they managed to qualify on Tuesday night with “Don’t Come Easy”
  • Austria – Nathan Trent takes Austria’s qualification record to 50% as Austria get into their fourth consecutive final
  • Azerbaijan – They continue their streak of never missing a final since debuting in the contest in 2008
  • Belarus – It’s a return to the finals for Belarus who last qualified in 2014, we’ll be hearing Belarussian for the first time in a final come Saturday night
  • Belgium – Belgium is on an impressive run of results, qualifying for the fourth time in five years
  • Bulgaria – It’s another final for Bulgaria, only their third since debuting in the contest in 2005
Estonia

Image: Andres Putting/ Thomas Hanses (EBU) | The 62nd Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv, Ukraine.

  • Croatia – Two finals in two years, Croatia has reversed their run of non-qualifications from 2010 to 2013
  • Cyprus – Three for three since their return to the contest in 2015, Cyprus is back on form in the contest
  • Czech Republic – After last years final the Czech Republic misses out on qualifying for the fifth time in six attempts
  • Denmark – For the first time since hosting the contest in 2014 Denmark are back in the final
  • Estonia – Estonia are out for the second year running, the last time Estonia missed out two years running they continued to fail to qualify for a further three years
  • Finland – Norma John missed out on Tuesday night extending a run of non-qualifications into its third year
  • Georgia – They missed out on the final for only the third time since debuting, it’s the second Anri Jokhadze penned song not to qualify
  • Greece – Greece is back in the final having missed out on the final for the first time last year in Stockholm
Image: Andres Putting/ Thomas Hanses (EBU) | The 62nd Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv, Ukraine.

Image: Andres Putting/ Thomas Hanses (EBU) | The 62nd Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv, Ukraine.

  • Hungary – Since returning to the contest in 2011 Hungary have never missed a final, a feat they managed to continue tonight
  • Iceland – Svala extends Iceland’s runs of non-qualification into its third year
  • Ireland – For a fourth year running the country that currently has the highest number of victories has been knocked out in the semi-finals
  • Israel – Rising Star brings Israel their third qualification in as many years since being implemented as their selection process
  • Latvia – Without Aminata either singer or writing the song, Latvia are out of the final for the eighth time.
  • Lithuania – Lithuania now has a 58% qualification record as they fail to reach the final for the first time since 2014
  • Macedonia – Macedonia for a fifth year running misses out on the final, Kaliopi was the last singer to make it to the final for the country in 2012
  • Malta – For a sixth time since 2007 Malta are out of the final, Claudia unlike her brother failed to reach the final
Image: Andres Putting/ Thomas Hanses (EBU) | The 62nd Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv, Ukraine.

Image: Andres Putting/ Thomas Hanses (EBU) | The 62nd Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv, Ukraine.

  • Moldova – They return to the Eurovision Song Contest final for the first time since 2013
  • Montenegro – For a second year running it’s no final for Montenegro, they’ve only ever made the final singing in Montenegrin
  • Netherlands – Four times into the final in the past five years for the Netherlands who between 2005 and 2012 never made it out of the semi finals
  • Norway – After last years non-qualification in Stockholm Norway returns to the final, they managed a top 10 finish last time the contest was in Kyiv in 2005
  • Poland – Since returning to the contest in 2014 Poland hasn’t missed a final, can Kasia repeat Michal’s fourth place televote finish in the final
  • Portugal – Salvador Sobral takes Portugal into their first final since 2010, he’s currently second favourite to win
  • Romania – Romania remain invincible in the semi-finals as one of the few countries to have always qualified from the semi-finals for the final
Image: Andres Putting/ Thomas Hanses (EBU) | The 62nd Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv, Ukraine.

Image: Andres Putting/ Thomas Hanses (EBU) | The 62nd Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv, Ukraine.

  • San Marino – Valentina Monetta couldn’t replicate her success of 2014 missing out on the final for a third time in four attempts
  • Serbia – For only the second time Serbia has failed to make it to the final, this year marks 10 years since Serbia debuted and won the contest
  • Slovenia – Omar Naber took Slovenia to their 10th non-qualification in their history
  • Sweden – They continue their impressive run of results, turning around from the end of the 00s and their non-qualification in 2010
  • Switzerland – For a third year running there’s no Switzerland in the final, this is the 10th time Switzerland has failed to qualify since the semi finals were introduced