| Country Contest 10|
|Semi-final 1 date||6 May 2017|
|Semi-final 2 date||7 May 2017|
|Final date||8 May 2017|
|Presenter(s)|| Claire Holt|
|Host broadcaster||SNRT, CCU|
|Number of entries||58|
|Debuting countries|| Argentina|
|Returning countries|| Australia|
|Voting system||Each country awards two sets of 12, 10, 8–1 points to their 10 favorite countries.|
The Country Contest 7 was the seventh edition of the contest. It featured the return of the semi-finals and revelation of split voting results. For the first time ever, the contest featured a total of 3 semi-finals and a final consisting of 28 countries.
To ensure the tenth anniversary contest would be the biggest and best contest yet, the CCU decided to decrease the participation fee for the event to allow more countries to participate. This is why BBC, one of CCU's biggest contributors, was chosen as the host broadcaster of the event. For the first time ever, the CCU issued mail to all of its members to participate this edition.
The CCU announced on 4 June 2017 that 58 countries would participate in the contest, with ten international countries debuting and eight countries returning; two which are international. Due to the large number of participating countries, it was decided that there would for the first time be three semi-finals with 18 countries each. Seven countries will qualify from each semi-final joining the Big Four in a record-breaking twenty-four country grand final.
Morocco and South Africa also voted here. The top eight countries qualified to the Grand Final.
Following the semi-final, controversy arose as just one fourth of the international countries qualified, being only Argentina.
Morocco and Czech Republic also voted here.
In this semi-final, three out of four international countries qualified, just leaving New Zealand out of the final.
Morocco and Ireland also voted here.
Three out of six of the international countries qualified in this semi-final, leaving Indonesia, South Korea and Philippines out.
Qualifiers from the semi-finals, as well as the top 4 of previous edition took part. All 58 countries that competed this edition voted. International countries in the final included Australia, Brazil, Colombia, South Africa and Venezuela.