Belarus Decides! Navi Band to fly the flag in Kyiv!

The Belarusian national final took place last night, where a total of 13 songs took to the stage all vying to represent Belarus at Eurovision 2017. The show was hosted by TV presented Olga Ryzhikova alongside Teo, who represented Belarus at Eurovision in 2014 with the song Cheesecake.

Here is the full list of participants:

  • Aleksandra Tkach – Be Stronger

  • Anastasiya Sheverenko – We’ll Be Together

  • Angelica Pushnova – We Should Be Together

  • Isaac Nightingale – On The Red Line

  • Kattie – Wild Wind

  • Lermont x Julic – Heartbeat

  • Napoli – Let’s Come Together

  • Navi Band – Historyja majho zyccia

  • Nikita Khodas – Voice In My Head

  • Nuteki – Take My Heart

  • PROvokatsiya Group – My Love

  • Vladislav Kurasov – Follow The Play

  • Yuliya Korenyuk – Children Of The World

During the interval, previous Belarusian Eurovision entrants took to the stage to perform, including Uzari from 2015, Ivan from 2016 and the host of the show Teo from 2014. Meanwhile the voting was taking place, where the winner would be chosen from a 50/50 combination of public and jury votes. The jury consisted of 11 professionals from the entertainment industry.

Then it was crunch time, the results were in, and Navi Band had the highest score once the televote and jury votes were added together. Here is the Top 5:

  1. Navi Band – Historyja majho zyccia

  2. Nuteki – Take My Heart

  3. Anastasiya Sheverenko – We’ll Be Together

  4. Napoli – Let’s Come Together

  5. PROvokatsiya Group – My Love

The show was broadcast online, and for the first time, viewers were able to get an exclusive look at the artists backstage during their preparations before the show. Watch the winning performance down below:

What do you think about the Belarusian entry for 2017?

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