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Netherlands wins 2019 Eurovision Song Contest!

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With the song „Arcade“, written by Duncan Laurence, Joel Sjöö and Wouter Hardy and performed by Duncan Laurence, the Netherlands won last night’s 64th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, held in Tel Aviv, Israel. It’s the Netherlands’ fifth victory in the contest, following their wins in 1957, 1959, 1969 and 1975, and the first time with a male solo artist. „Arcade“ scored 492 points.

Italy’s Mahmood („Soldi“) finished second with 465 points and Sergey Lazarev from Russia („Scream“) in third place with 369 points.

Check out the full results of this year’s competition:

(note: Due to irregularities with the Belarusian jury voting the results were corrected by the EBU, four days after the Grand Final. For details please visit eurovision.tv. The corrected results read as follows:)

01. NETHERLANDS – Duncan Laurence (“Arcade”): 498 points

02. ITALY – Mahmood (“Soldi”): 472 points

03. RUSSIA – Sergey Lazarev (“Scream”): 370 points

04. SWITZERLAND – Luca Hänni (“She Got Me”): 364 points

05. SWEDEN – John Lundvik (“Too Late For Love”): 334 points

06. NORWAY – KEiiNO (“Spirit In The Sky”): 331 points

07. NORTH MACEDONIA – Tamara Todevska (“Proud”): 305 points

08. AZERBAIJAN – Chingiz (“Truth”): 302 points

09. AUSTRALIA – Kate Miller-Heidke (“Zero Gravity”): 284 points

10. ICELAND – Hatari (“Hatrið mun sigra”): 232 points

11. CZECH REPUBLIC – Lake Malawi (“Friend Of A Friend”): 157 points

12. DENMARK – Leonora (“Love Is Forever”): 120 points

13. CYPRUS – Tamta (“Replay”): 109 points

14. MALTA – Michela (“Chameleon”): 107 points

15. SLOVENIA – Zala Kralj und Gašper Šantl (“Sebi”): 105 points

16. FRANCE – Bilal Hassani (“Roi”): 105 points

17. ALBANIA – Jonida Maliqi (“Ktheju tokës”): 90 points

18. SERBIA – Nevena Božovic (“Kruna”): 89 points

19. SAN MARINO – Serhat (“Say Na Na Na”): 77 points

20. ESTONIA – Victor Crone (“Storm”): 76 points

21. GREECE – Katerine Duska (“Better Love”): 74 points

22. SPAIN – Miki (“La Venda”): 54 points

23. ISRAEL – Kobi Marimi (“Home”): 35 points

24. BELARUS – ZENA (“Like It”): 31 points

25. GERMANY – S!sters (“Sister”): 24 points

26. UNITED KINGDOM – Michael Rice (“Bigger Than Us”): 11 points

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