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Dream Song Contest 9
'Ascension'
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Dates
Semi-finals dates 10 April
Semi-final 2 date 24 April
Final date 1 June
Host
Venue Millennium Stadium
Presenter(s) Marina Diamandis, Matt Johnson & Lee Halfpenny
Conductor Netherlands2 Bouke
Director Sweden2 Christer Björkman
Executive supervisor Flag of Wales.svg Antony Winter
Host broadcaster Flag of Wales.svg Wales
Opening act Adele - "Hello"
Interval act Holly Johnson - "Ascension"
Participants
Number of entries 31
Debuting countries Alaska Alaska
Armenia2 Armenia
San Marino2 San Marino
Returning countries Cyprus Cyprus
France2 France
Greenland2 Greenland
Hungary2 Hungary
Italy2 Italy
Liechtenstein2 Liechtenstein
Macedonia2 Macedonia
Withdrawing countries Åland Islands Åland
Andorra2 Andorra
Austria2 Austria
Denmark2 Denmark
England2 England
Greece2 Greece
Lapland Lapland
Luxembourg2 Luxembourg
Netherlands2 Netherlands
Norway2 Norway
Slovenia2 Slovenia
Spain2 Spain
Ukraine2 Ukraine
Vote
Voting system Like Eurovision
Null points None
Winning song Albania2 Albania
Dream Song Contest
◄8 EurovisionHeart 10►

HostEdit

The Millennium Stadium (Welsh: Stadiwm y Mileniwm), currently named the Principality Stadium (Welsh: Stadiwm Principality) for sponsorship purposes, is the national stadium of Wales, located in Cardiff. It is the home of the Wales national rugby union team and has also staged games of the Wales national football team. Initially built to host the 1999 Rugby World Cup, it has gone on to host many other large-scale events, such as the Tsunami Relief concert, the Super Special Stage of Wales Rally Great Britain, the Speedway Grand Prix of Great Britain and various music concerts. It also hosted six FA Cup finals and several other high profile football fixtures whilst Wembley Stadium was being redeveloped.

The stadium is owned by Millennium Stadium plc which is a subsidiary company of the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU). The stadium was designed by a team led by architects Bligh Lobb Sports Architecture. WS Atkins were the structural engineers, and the building contractor was Laing. The total construction cost of the stadium was £121 million, of which the Millennium Commission funded £46 million.

The Millennium Stadium opened in June 1999[6] and its first major event was an international rugby union match on 26 June 1999, when Wales beat South Africa in a friendly by 29–19 before a test crowd of 29,000. With a total seating capacity of 74,500, it is the third-largest stadium in the Six Nations Championship behind the Stade de France and Twickenham. It is also the second-largest stadium in the world with a fully retractable roof and was the second stadium in Europe to have this feature. Listed as a category four stadium by UEFA, the stadium was chosen as the venue for the 2017 UEFA Champions League Final. On 8 September 2015, the Welsh Rugby Union announced a 10-year sponsorship deal with the Principality Building Society that would see the stadium renamed as the "Principality Stadium" from 22 January 2016.

On 8 September 2015 it was announced that the Millennium Stadium would be renamed Principality Stadium as the result of a 10-year deal signed with the Principality Building Society for the naming rights. Some fans expressed opposition on social media.

On 22 January 2016, the Millennium Stadium was officially renamed as the Principality Stadium. The new name, written bilingually ("Stadiwm Principality Stadium") and covering 114 square metres of the upper stadium, was lit up at a special evening ceremony, to be followed by a festival to encourage grassroots rugby. The change of name also meant a change of logo for the Millennium Stadium. There were three designs shortlisted, and a panel, which included the former Wales international captain Ryan Jones and staff and members of the WRU and Principality Building Society, chose the final design. A spokesperson for the WRU said: "The new stadium logo takes its inspiration from the venue's iconic architecture; four spires, curved frontage and fully retractable roof."

ParticipantsEdit

Semi-Final 1Edit

Draw Country Language Artist Song English translation Place Points
01
Russia2 Russia Russian Grigory Leps & Ani Lorak "Zerkala" Mirrors 8 61
02
Flag of Brazil.svg Brazil English Taio Cruz "Telling the world" - 11 49
03
San Marino2 San Marino Italian Valentina Monetta "Il fiume" The river 9 50
04
Romania2 Romania Romanian Ruby "Tata" Father 12 48
05
Malta2 Malta English Amber "What they say" - 14 27
06
Hungary2 Hungary Hungarian Oláh Gergő "Győz a jó" Win the good 6 66
07
Sweden2 Sweden English Robin Bengsston "Constellation prize" - 5 72
08
South Korea2 South Korea Korean Stellar "Vibrato" - 4 73
09
Armenia2 Armenia English Compass Band "Happy day" - 15 20
10
Flag of Puerto Rico.svg Puerto Rico English Beyoncé "Crazy in love" - 10 49
11
Flag of United States.svg United States English Kelly Clarkson "People like us" - 2 76
12
Italy2 Italy English Halsey "Colors" - 7 63
13
Germany2 Germany German Sarah Connor "Wie schön du bist" How beautiful you are 13 44
14
Faroe Islands2 Faroe Islands English Stine Bramsen "Karma town" - 1 96
15
Alaska Alaska English Lost Kings ft Katelyn Tarver "You" - 3 76

Semi-Final 2Edit

Draw Country Language Artist Song English translation Place Points
01
Poland2 Poland Polish Lanberry "Podpalimy swiat" Podpalimy world 7 57
02
France2 France French Louane "Je vole" I love 11 43
03
Albania2 Albania Albanian, English Era Istrefi "Bonbon" - 2 88
04
Croatia2 Croatia Croatian Severina "Moja štikla" My heel 14 38
05
Scotland2 Scotland English Paloma Faith "Only love can hurt like this" - 1 89
06
Lithuania2 Lithuania Lithuanian HIT "Siandien gyvenu" We live today 3 86
07
US Virgin Islands US Virgin Islands English Diplo & Sleepy Tom "Be right there" - 15 33
08
Ireland2 Ireland English Rixton "Me and my broken heart" - 4 77
09
Greenland2 Greenland Danish NOAH "Over byen" Over the city 6 64
10
Australia2 Australia English KYA "What I live for" - 9 48
11
Cyprus Cyprus Greek Melisses & Playmen feat. Kamerata "De me noiazei" I don't care 13 39
12
Israel2 Israel Israeli Dana International "Diva" - 5 70
13
Belgium2 Belgium Turkish Hadise "Prenses" Princess 8 49
14
Macedonia2 Macedonia English Rennata "West side story" - 10 47
15
Liechtenstein2 Liechtenstein English Elaiza "Hurricane" - 12 41

Non-Qualifiers RoundEdit

Draw Country Language Artist Song English translation Place Points
01
US Virgin Islands US Virgin Islands English Diplo & Sleepy Tom "Be right there" - 6 53
02
Cyprus Cyprus Greek Melisses & Playmen feat. Kamerata "De me noiazei" I don't care 2 70
03
Malta2 Malta English Amber "What they say" - 6 53
04
Flag of Brazil.svg Brazil English Taio Cruz "Telling the world" - 1 83
05
Germany2 Germany German Sarah Connor "Wie schön du bist" How beautiful you are 8 49
06
Croatia2 Croatia Croatian Severina "Moja štikla" My heel 9 48
07
Liechtenstein2 Liechtenstein English Elaiza "Hurricane" - 3 65
08
Armenia2 Armenia English Compass Band "Happy day" - 10 29
09
Romania2 Romania Romanian Ruby "Tata" Father 5 58
10
France2 France French Louane "Je vole" I love 4 60

FinalEdit

Draw Country Language Artist Song English translation Place Points
01
Greenland2 Greenland Danish NOAH "Over byen" Over the city 21 55
02
Flag of Wales.svg Wales English Jessica Garlick "Come back" - 24 44
03
South Korea2 South Korea Korean Stellar "Vibrato" 15 63
04
Flag of United States.svg United States English Kelly Clarkson "People like us" - 9 75
05
Ireland2 Ireland English Rixton "Me and my broken heart" - 5 82
06
Hungary2 Hungary Hungarian Oláh Gergő "Győz a jó" Win the good 12 65
07
Flag of Brazil.svg Brazil English Taio Cruz "Telling the world" - 26 24
08
Belgium2 Belgium Turkish Hadise "Prenses" Princess 11 70
09
Albania2 Albania Albanian, English Era Istrefi "Bonbon" - 1 146
10
Faroe Islands2 Faroe Islands English Stine Bramsen "Karma town" - 2 105
11
Cyprus Cyprus Greek Melisses & Playmen feat. Kamerata "De me noiazei" I don't care 22 52
12
Flag of Puerto Rico.svg Puerto Rico English Beyoncé "Crazy in love" - 10 74
13
Alaska Alaska English Lost Kings ft Katelyn Tarver "You" - 13 65
14
Scotland2 Scotland English Paloma Faith "Only love can hurt like this" - 3 103
15
France2 France French Louane "Je vole" I love 7 79
16
Romania2 Romania Romanian Ruby "Tata" Father 19 59
17
Sweden2 Sweden English Robin Bengsston "Constellation prize" - 4 102
18
San Marino2 San Marino Italian Valentina Monetta "Il fiume" The river 14 65
19
Poland2 Poland Polish Lanberry "Podpalimy swiat" Podpalimy world 20 56
20
Israel2 Israel Israeli Dana International "Diva" - 16 60
21
Liechtenstein2 Liechtenstein English Elaiza "Hurricane" - 25 30
22
Australia2 Australia English KYA "What I live for" - 6 81
23
Russia2 Russia Russian Grigory Leps & Ani Lorak "Zerkala" Mirrors 17 60
24
Italy2 Italy English Halsey "Colors" - 18 60
25
Macedonia2 Macedonia English Rennata "West side story" - 23 47
26
Lithuania2 Lithuania Lithuanian HIT "Siandien gyvenu" We live today 8 76

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