Finland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007

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Eurovision Song Contest 2007
Country Finland
National selection
Selection processEuroviisut 2007
Selection date(s)Semi-finals
20 January 2007
27 January 2007
3 February 2007
10 February 2007
Final
17 February 2007
Selected entrantHanna Pakarinen
Selected song"Leave Me Alone"
Finals performance
Final result17th, 53 points
Finland in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄2006 2007 2008►

At the Eurovision Song Contest 2007, Finland chose their entry through Euroviisut 2007. Finland will be acting as host of the Eurovision contest for the first time, after Lordi won in 2006. The winning artist was Hanna Pakarinen, who represented Finland with her song Leave Me Alone. The song was composed by Martti Vuorinen and Miikka Huttunen, with lyrics by Martti Vuorinen and Pakarinen.

Hanna Pakarinen is a pop singer who came to fame by winning the Finnish Idols talent competition with 60% of the votes. She has had many hit singles and album successes behind her and is one of the most successful English language singers in Finland.

Euroviisut 2007 - Final[edit]

For the results of the semi-finals, see Euroviisut 2007.
First Round – 17 February 2007
Draw Artist Song Televote Place
1 Hanna Pakarinen "Leave Me Alone" 16,937 1
2 Beats and Styles feat. Anorah "See The Signs" 2,512 12
3 Jani & Jetsetters "Musta sulhanen" 3,507 11
4 Lovex "Anyone, anymore" 15,112 2
5 Jukka Kuoppamäki "Levitä siivet" 4,776 10
6 Jann Wilde & Rose Avenue "Rock'n roll Dreams" 7,907 5
7 Katra "Tietäjä" 5,281 8
8 Laura "Take A Chance" 8,988 4
9 Humane "Plane Away" 6,828 7
10 Thunderstone "Face in the Mirror" 10,997 3
11 Johanna Kurkela "Olet uneni kaunein" 7,791 6
12 Kentala "Left My Heart Behind" 5,100 9
Second Round – 17 February 2007
Draw Artist Song Televote Place
1 Hanna Pakarinen "Leave Me Alone" 73,052 1
2 Lovex "Anyone, Anymore" 38,175 3
3 Thunderstone "Face In The Mirror" 54,716 2

At Eurovision[edit]

As the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 and host of the 2007 Contest, Finland automatically qualified for a place in the final,performed 5th in the running order, following Ireland and preceding Macedonia She came 17th with 53 points (including a maximum 12 from Iceland and Sweden).

Points Awarded by Finland[edit]

Points Awarded to Finland (Final)
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point

See also[edit]

Finland in the Eurovision Song Contest

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