What is the Running Order for Countries in Eurovision 2015 Final?

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Germany’s Ann Sophie who will be singing in 17th place – Credit: Elena Volotova (EBU

What is the running order for countries singing in Eurovision 2015 grand final?

It’s just three and a half hours before the Eurovision 2015 grand final begins, and the excitement is mounting. One thing on everyone’s minds, though, is what is the running order for the countries in the Eurovision 2015 final? Who is first, who is last, and who has the best place in the final to help them secure a possible win?

Sadly, the running order for Eurovision 2015 is one of the worst I’ve seen, with many of the ‘favorites’ being pushed into bad places early in the competition (Slovenia starting off the show, and poor France with their amazing song and backdrop being shoved into singing second) or too late (Italy singing last).

Personally, I think the way the EBU chooses the running order now is badly done, and tends to damage quite a few of the countries who otherwise were favorites.

But, it is what it is this year, and obviously we’re going to have to live with it.

Check out the running order for the Eurovision 2015 final below. Abysmal, isn’t it?

  1. Slovenia: Here For You sung by Maraaya
  2. France: N’oubliez Pas sung by Lisa Angell
  3. Israel: Golden Boy sung by Nadav Guedj
  4. Estonia: Goodbye To Yesterday sung by Elina Born & Stig Rästa
  5. United Kingdom: Still In Love With You sung by Electro Velvet
  6. Armenia: Face The Shadow sung by Genealogy
  7. Lithuania: This Time sung by Monika Linkytė and Vaidas Baumila
  8. Serbia: Beauty Never Lies sung by Bojana Stamenov
  9. Norway: A Monster Like Me sung by Mørland & Debrah Scarlett
  10. Sweden: Heroes sung by Måns Zelmerlöw
  11. Cyprus: One Thing I Should Have Done sung by John Karayiannis
  12. Australia: Tonight Again sung by Guy Sebastian
  13. Belgium: Rhythm Inside sung by Loïc Nottet
  14. Austria: I Am Yours sung by The Makemakes
  15. Greece: One Last Breath sung by Maria Elena Kyriakou
  16. Montenegro: Adio sung by Knez
  17. Germany: Black Smoke sung by Ann Sophie
  18. Poland: In The Name Of Love sung  by Monika Kuszyńska
  19. Latvia: Love Injected sung by Aminata
  20. Romania: De La Capat/ All Over Again sung by Voltaj
  21. Spain: Amanecer sung Edurne
  22. Hungary: Wars For Nothing sung by Boggie
  23. Georgia: Warrior sung by Nina Sublatti
  24. Azebaijan: Hour Of The Wolf sung by Elnur Huseynov
  25. Russia: A Million Voices sung by Polina Gagarina
  26. Albania: I’m Alive sung by Elhaida Dani
  27. Italy: Grande Amore sung by Il Volo

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I'm a Brit-American journalist, former radio DJ at 97X WOXY, and Founder/CEO of Leo Sigh. I'm also obsessed with music, anime, manga, and K-dramas. Help!