Sweden has won the Eurovision Song Contest 2023!
Loreen from Sweden has won Eurovision 2023 with her song “Tattoo”. This marks the second time that Loreen has won Eurovision, and the seventh win for Sweden. Sweden now tie Ireland for most Eurovision wins.
Loreen also becomes the first solo female act to win Eurovision twice. She joins Johnny Logan, who is the only male solo act to win Eurovision twice (as the main performer.)
After an incredible three live shows, 37 amazing performances, and a fantastic collaboration between the United Kingdom and Ukraine, Eurovision 2023 has sadly come to an end.
Sweden was the runaway winner with the juries, with an impressive 340 points. Israel was in second place with 177 points, followed by Italy in 5th place with 176 points. Finland and Estonia rounded out the top 5 with 150 and 146 points respectively.
Ukrainian Eurovision representatives Go_A, Jamala, Tina Karol, and Verka Serducha performed as part of the flag parade, which saw them put a new twist on their Eurovision entries, which have been weaved with British classics.
The first of the interval acts saw last years jury winner and runner-up Sam Ryder performing his new song. The final part of the interval act saw Netta, Mahmood, Daði Freyr, Duncan Laurence, Cornelia Jakobs and Sonia come together for The Liverpool Songbook, a celebration of Liverpudlian music and artists.
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