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“Heroes” – Måns Zelmerlöw wins the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest for Sweden

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Congratulations to Måns Zelmerlöw! The 28-year-old Swedish singer won the 60th Eurovision Song Contest, held last night at Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria. His entry Heroes, written by Anton Malmberg Hård af Segerstad, Joy Deb and Linnea Deb, scored a total of 365 points out of 468 possible points, that’s the sixth best result in the history of the Contest. It’s the sixth Eurovision win for Sweden.
The Russian entry A Million Voices, performed by Polina Gagarina, finished in second place collecting 303 points, followed by Italy’s Il Volo and the song Grande Amore with 292 points.
The fourth place went to Loïc Nottet from Belgium with the song Rhythm Inside, 217 pts, while Eurovision debutant Australia came fifth with Guy Sebastian’s Tonight Again scoring 196 points.
Read more to see the complete ranking of the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest and watch Måns Zelmerlöw’s performance…

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Congratulations to Måns Zelmerlöw! The 28-year- old Swedish singer won the 60th Eurovision Song Contest, held last night at Stadthalle in Vienna, Austria. His entry Heroes, written by Anton Malmberg Hård af Segerstad, Joy Deb and Linnea Deb, scored 365 points out of 468 possible points which equals 78% of the vote. That’s the sixth best result in the Contest’s history. And it’s the sixth Eurovision win for Sweden.

Russia’s entry A Million Voices, performed by Polina Gagarina, finished in second place collecting 303 points, followed by Italy’s Il Volo and the song Grande Amore with 292 points.

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The fourth place went to Loïc Nottet from Belgium with the song Rhythm Inside, 217 pts, while Eurovision debutant Australia came fifth with Guy Sebastian’s Tonight Again scoring 196 pts.

Scroll down to watch Måns Zelmerlöw’s winning performance of Heroes last night, the preview video of the song and some first reactions after the grand final.

 

The complete ranking of the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest:

01. Sweden – Måns Zelmerlöw – Heroes (365 points)
02. Russia – Polina Gagarina – A Million Voices (303 points)
03. Italy – Il Volo – Grande Amore (292 points)
04. Belgium – Loïc Nottet – Rhythm Inside (217 points)
05. Australia – Guy Sebastian – Tonight Again (196 points)
06. Latvia – Aminata – Love Injected (186 points)
07. Estonia – Elina Born & Stig Rästa – Goodbye To Yesterday (106 points)
08. Norway – Mørland & Debrah Scarlett – A Monster Like Me (102 points)
09. Israel – Nadav Guedj – Golden Boy (97 points)
10. Serbia – Bojana Stamenov – Beauty Never Lies (53 points)
11. Georgia – Nina Sublatti – Warrior (51 points)
12. Azerbaijan – Elnur Hüseynov – Hour Of The Wolf (49 points)
13. Montenegro – Knez – Adio (44 points)
14. Slovenia – Maraaya – Here For You (39 points)
15. Romania – Voltaj – De La Capăt (35 points)
16. Armenia – Genealogy – Face The Shadow (34 points)
17. Albania – Elhaida Dani – I’m Alive (34 points)
18. Lithuania – Monika Linkytė & Vaidas Baumila – This Time (30 points)
19. Greece – Maria Elena Kyriakou – One Last Breath (23 points)
20. Hungary – Boggie – Wars For Nothing (19 points)
21. Spain – Edurne – Amanecer (15 points)
22. Cyprus – John Karayiannis – One Thing I Should Have Done (11 points)
23. Poland – Monika Kuszyńska – In The Name Of Love (10 points)
24. United Kingdom – Electro Velvet – Still In Love With You (5 points)
25. France – Lisa Angell – N’Oubliez Pas (4 points)
26. Austria – The Makemakes – I Am Yours (0 points)
27. Germany – Ann Sophie – Black Smoke (0 points)

Måns’ winning performance of Heroes last night at Vienna’s Stadthalle:

The Heroes preview video:

Check out some contestants’ first reactions after the Grand Final:

For more detailed info please visit www.eurovision.tv

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