Eurovision 2017: Who are the 2017 Spokespeople

Eurovision 2017 – The spokespersons (the people who announce their countries votes) have started to be announced by the EBU and broadcasters. The list will gradually grow but who has been confirmed so far? Read on to see who will have the task of handing out the public votes in the Grand Final.

Andri Xhahu
RTSH TV Presenter and Radio host who has been the Albanian Spokersperson since 2012

Lee Lin Chin
News anchor and Journalist. She has been the Australian Spokesperson since their debut in 2015.

Kati Bellowitsch
TV Presenter for ORF. She has been the Austrian Spokesperson since the country’s return in 2011

Alyona Lanskaya
Singer who represented Belarus in 2013 with “Solayoh”

Boryana Gramatikova
TV Presenter for BNT

Uršula Tolj
TV Presenter at HRT since 1996 and writer of Childrens Books

Czech Republic
Radka Rosická
TV presenter and former model. Was also Miss Czech Republic in 2002

Élodie Gossuin
TV and Radio Presenter and former model / pageant queen. She was the spokesperson in 2016 also.

Nika Kocharov
Rock singer who represented Georgian last year with the Lolitaz placing 20th in the Grand Final

Barbara Schöneberger
Actress, Singer and TV host. She was the German spokesperson in 2015 as well and presented the National Selection in 2016.

Csilla Tatár
TV presenter who is also the presenter of A-Dal, the Hungarian National Selection.

Bo Halldórsson
Represented Iceland in 1995 with “Nuna”. He is also the father of this years rep Svala

Singer and songwriter who represented Latvia in 2015 and wrote the 2016 entry performed by Justs

Eglė Daugėlaitė
Reporter and Television presenter

Douwe Bob
Folk singer who represented the Netherlands in 2016.

Filomena Cautela
TV actress

San Marino
Lia Fiorio and Gigi Restivo
Sammarinese Commentators of the Eurovision Song Contest

Nieves Álvarez
TV Presenter and former model. Also has her own fashion label

Singer and multi-time Melodifestivalen finalist

Luca Hänni
Singer and Model who won Deutschland sucht den Superstar on 2012

Pavlo Shylko AKA DJ Pasha
Radio DJ and Television presenter. Co-presented the contest in 2005 when Ukraine last hosted.

United Kingdom
Katrina Leskanich Singer of Katrina and the Waves who won Eurovision on 1997 with “Love Shine A Light”

Who would you like to see be the spokesperson for your country?

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21 comments on “Eurovision 2017: Who are the 2017 Spokespeople

  1. The Riga Beaver for Latvia, I hope.

  2. nieves alvarez as spokesperson for españa, que horror, she is most famous for leading that poor Spanish guy to his not winning his big spanish prize

  3. nieves alvarez , she’s a joke here in Spain, no wonder TVE got her to send our points to the rest of europe :-) jeje!

    • thus she will equally badly comment on Spain coming last in ESC, nieves si me ves, aqui ,igual estará conmigo al final

  4. sigh, at least Elodie got memorable last year in her awfulness ahah

  5. Wasn’t it Richard Osman for the UK last year? I would welcome him back every year.

  6. Joyeux anniversaire:

  7. Hi, Shev. It’s already posted here. It went perfectly! Made me cry, actually :-)

    • Thanks, I’ve been watching some wiwi recordings. He was sublime and the odds are reacting to it. Bulgaria is back in third, btw.

    • And the videos of his rehearsals seem to be the most popular, but that was to be expected, because ha hasn’t been there.

      • Of course, it’s only natural that people want to finally see him :-) I’m so nervous, aren’t you?

        • A bit, but not too much, because history tells me not to expect too much, when it comes to votes.

          • I guess you’re right, the blocks are very eficient in the wrong way. And we have only one neighboor… I’ll try to fight for Alentejo independance, and maybe other regions might do the same and we’ll have a block of our own :-)

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