🏆 Sweden wins the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest

🏆 Sweden wins the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest

After a toughly fought final, Loreen is the winner of the 67th Eurovision Song Contest with her track “Tattoo”! They triumphed with 583 points, ahead of second-placed Finland with “Cha Cha Cha”.

Check out the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 here!

The final of the Eurovision Song Contest took place on the 13th of May at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool. Twenty-six countries made it to the final – twenty of which through the semi-finals, alongside the Big 5 and host Ukraine.

This was the running order and final results for the Grand Final!

DrawCountryArtistSongJury ScoreTelevote ScoreFinal ScorePlace
1.AustriaTeya & Salena“Who the Hell is Edgar?”1041612015th
2.PortugalMimicat“Ai coração”43165923rd
3.SwitzerlandRemo Forrer“Watergun”61319220th
5.SerbiaLuke Black“Samo mi me spava”14163024th
6.FranceLa Zarra“Évidemment”545010416th
7.CyprusAndrew Lambrou“Break A Broken Heart”685812612th
8.SpainBlanca Paloma“Eaea”95510017th
10.AlbaniaAlbina & Familija Kelmendi“Duje”17597622nd
11.ItalyMarco Mengoni“Due vite”1761743504th
13.FinlandKäärijä“Cha Cha Cha”1473765232nd
14.CzechiaVesna“My Sister’s Crown”943512910th
16.BelgiumGustaph“Because of You”127551827th
17.ArmeniaBrunette“Future Lover”695312214th
18.MoldovaPasha Parfeni“Soarele și luna”20769618th
19.UkraineTVORCHI“Heart of Steel”541892436th
20.NorwayAlessandra“Queen of Kings”522162685th
21.GermanyLord of the Lost“Blood and Glitter”3151826th
22.LithuaniaMonika Linkytė“Stay”814612711th
23.IsraelNoa Kirel“Unicorn”1771853623rd
24.SloveniaJoker Out“Carpe Diem”33457821st
25.CroatiaLet 3“Mama ŠČ!”1111212313th
26.United KingdomMae Muller“I Wrote A Song”1592425th

What we know about Eurovision 2023

Although Ukraine won the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest in Turin, due to the ongoing Russian invasion they are unable to host the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest. Instead, the United Kingdom stepped in, as 2022’s runner-up; Liverpool will host the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest on the 9th, 11th, and 13th of May 2023. The contest will take place at the M&S Arena, with 37 countries taking partThe full production team behind the 2023 contest is listed here. The contest is a co-production between host broadcaster the BBC and last year’s winning broadcaster, Suspilne.

Alesha Dixon, Julia Sanina and Hannah Waddingham hosted the semi-finals, with Graham Norton joining the presenting team for the grand final.

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News Source: EBU

Photo Credit: Corinne Cumming/EBU

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