Romania, among last to compete in Eurovision final

Organizers of 2015 Eurovision Song Competition have revealed the running order for the grand final on Saturday, May 23. Romania, represented by Voltaj and their song De La Capat/All Over Again, is number 20, according to the list posted on the competition’s website.

Voltaj qualified to the final on Tuesday, May 19, after the contest’s first semi-final. Watch a video of Voltaj’s performance in the first semi-final below.

The 27 countries that made it to the final are Slovenia (number 1 in the program), France (2), Israel (3), Estonia (4), UK (5), Armenia (6), Lithuania (7), Serbia (8), Norway (9), Sweden (10), Cyprus (11), Australia (12), Belgium (13), Austria (14), Greece (15), Montenegro (16), Germany (17), Poland (18), Latvia (19), Romania (20), Spain (21), Hungary (22), Georgia (23), Azerbaijan (24), Russia (25), Albania (26) and Italy (27).

Last year, Romania finished 12th at the Eurovision Song Contest, when Paula Seling & OVI’s Miracle song gathered 72 points.

Irina Popescu, irina.popescu, [email protected]

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