Georgia has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest nine times, debuting at the Eurovision Song Contest 2007. Although Georgia did plan to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009, it decided to withdraw after the EBU demanded it re-write its song which made reference to the Russian President, Vladimir Putin.
It was speculated that Georgia could be banned from participating in 2015, 2016 and 2017 due to strong rules made by the EBU on voting, as their jury votes were declared invalid by the EBU - the jury members had the same results. However, this turned out to be false.
|2007||Sopho Khalvashi||Visionary Dream||English||12||97||8||123|
|2008||Diana Gurtskaya||Peace Will Come||11||83||5||107|
|2009||Did not participate|
|2011||Eldrine||One More Day||9||110||6||74|
|2012||Anri Jokhadze||I'm a Joker||English, Georgian||--||--||14||36|
|2013||Nodi & Sophie||Waterfall||English||15||50||10||63|
|2014||The Shin & Mariko||Three Minutes to Earth||--||--||15||15|
|2016||Young Georgian Lolitaz||Midnight Gold||20||104||9||123|
|2017||Tamara Gachechiladze||Keep the Faith||--||--||11||99|
|2018||Iriao||Sheni Gulistvis (For You)||Georgian||--||--||18||24|
|2019||Oto Nemsadze||Sul tsin iare||--||--||14||62|