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“Euphoria” – Loreen wins the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest for Sweden

Congratulations to Sweden and Loreen! With her entry Euphoria, the 28-year-old singer won the 57th Eurovision Song Contest last night, with a total of 372 points. Euphoria was written by Thomas G:son & Peter Boström. Russia’s entry Party For Everybody, performed by the grannies Buranovskiye Babushki, came second collecting 259 points, followed by Serbia’s Zeljko Joksimovic and the song Nije Ljubav Stvar with 214 points. The fourth place went to the host country Azerbaijan (Sabina Babayeva When The Music Dies, 150 pts) while Albania came fifth with Rona Nishliu and the song Suus scoring 146 points.

Read more and see the complete ranking of the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest from Baku…

Congratulations to Sweden and Loreen! With her entry Euphoria, the 28-year-old singer won the 57th Eurovision Song Contest last night, with a total of 372 points. Euphoria was written by Thomas G:son & Peter Boström. Russia’s entry Party For Everybody, performed by the grannies Buranovskiye Babushki, came second collecting 259 points, followed by Serbia’s Zeljko Joksimovic and the song Nije Ljubav Stvar with 214 points. The fourth place went to the host country Azerbaijan (Sabina Babayeva When The Music Dies, 150 pts) while Albania came fifth with Rona Nishliu and the song Suus scoring 146 points.

The complete ranking of the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest in Baku:

1.Sweden – Loreen – Euphoria (372)

2. Russia – Burnavskiye Babushki – Party For Everybody (259)

3. Serbia – Zeljko Joksimovic – Nije Ljubav Stvar (214)

4. Azerbaijan – Sabina Babayeva – When The Music Dies (150)

5. Albania – Rona Nishliu – Suus (146)

6. Estonia – Ott Lepland – Kuula (120)

7. Turkey – Can Bonomo – Love Me Back (112)

8. Germany – Roman Lob – Standing Still (110)

9. Italy – Nina Zilli – L’Amore E Femmina (101)

10. Spain – Pastora Soler – Quédate Conmigo (97)

11. Moldova – Pasha Parfeny – Lautar (81)

12. Romania – Mandinga – Zaleilah (71)

13. F.Y.R. Macedonia – Kaliopi – Crno I Belo (71)

14. Lithuania – Donny Montell – Love Is Blind (70)

15. Ukraine – Gaitana – Be My Guest (65)

16. Cyprus – Ivi Adamou – La La Love (65)

17. Greece – Eleftheria Eleftheriou – Aphrodisiac (64)

18. Bosnia & Herzegovina – Maya Sar – Korake Ti Znam (55)

19. Ireland – Jedward – Waterline (46)

20. Iceland – Gréta Salóme & Jónsi – Never Forget (46)

21. Malta – Kurt Calleja – This Is The Night (41)

22. France – Anggun – Echo (You And I) (21)

23. Denmark – Soluna Samay – Should’ve Known Better (21)

24. Hungary – Compact Disco – Sound Of Our Hearts (19)

25. United Kingdom – Engelbert Humperdinck – Love Will Set Me Free (12)

26. Norway – Tooji – Stay (7)

for more detailed info please visit http://eurovision.tv

first photo: Thomas Hanses (EBU); second photo: ESC Radio

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6 comments

  1. I don’t think Norway should have gotten last place! The most boring song/performance was United Kingdom!

  2. I’m from northern ireland was glad to see ireland at least got more than uk even though jedward are mad and I agree I actually really liked norways song uk should have been last.

  3. When i saw the result i just went Uh-Uh-Uh-Uh Up.Awesome artist,voice and performance.Love u Loreen <3

  4. The Eurovision Song Contest is rigged. It’s a shame that songs like the Danish, the Latvian or the Hungarian songs got so few points. And stupid songs like the Russian grannies or bad/boring songs like the Serbian song got so many points. The Swedish song is a pretty mediocre song that would last a month or two in the discos…nothing more. It didn’t deserve to win the ESC. We’re not stupid…we know that it is all dirty politics. Which means that the former Yugoslavians will vote for themselves (now that they are several countries they get more votes), the former Russians the same, the Scandinavians too, etc.. So the music quality has gone down in favor of politics. It’s crap!!

  5. Oscar Lopez:
    You don’t think that everyone have different taste in music? Just because you like those countries entries it doesn’t mean that everyone else does.

    I liked Bulgarias entry but they didn’t even qualify but it’s for me to accept that. I’m not a soar looser that have to accuse the other countries of cheating. That is childish.

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