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Sweden wins Eurovision Song Contest 2023

With the song Tattoo performed by Loreen, Sweden has won the 67th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, held at Liverpool, United Kingdom. Tattoo came second in the public vote to Finland’s entry Cha Cha Cha performed by Käärijä, but won the jury vote by a considerable margin, enabling its overall victory. Noa Kirel from Israel finished in third place with the song Unicorn, followed by Italy’s Marco Mengoni (Due Vite) in fourth, and Norway’s Alessandra (Queen of the Kings) in fifth place.

Loreen became the second performer to win the contest twice after Johnny Logan who won the competition for Ireland as a performer in 1980 and 1987. It is the seventh win for Sweden, tying Ireland’s record for the most victories in the contest. Check out the complete ranking of the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest and watch the Top 3 performances below. Congratulations Loreen, congratulations Sweden!

The Results:

1. Sweden – Loreen “Tattoo” (583)
2. Finland – Käärijä “Cha Cha Cha” (526)
3. Israel – Noa Kirel “Unicorn” (362)
4. Italy – Marco Mengoni “Due vite” (350)
5. Norway – Alessandra “Queen of Kings” (268)
6. Ukraine – Tvorchi “Heart of Steel” (243)
7. Belgium – Gustaph “Because of You” (182)
8. Estonia – Alika “Bridges” (168)
9. Australia – Voyager “Promise” (151)
10. Czech Republic – Vesna “My Sister’s Crown” (129)
11. Lithuania – Monika Linkytė “Stay” (127)
12. Cyprus – Andrew Lambrou “Break a Broken Heart” (126)
13. Croatia – Let 3 “Mama ŠČ!” (123)
14. Armenia – Brunette “Future Lover” (122)
15. Austria – Teya and Salena “Who the Hell Is Edgar?” (120)
16. France – La Zarra “Évidemment” (104)
17. Spain – Blanca Paloma “Eaea” (100)
18. Moldova – Pasha Parfeni “Soarele și Luna” (96)
19. Poland – Blanka “Solo” (93)
20. Switzerland – Remo Forrer “Watergun” (92)
21. Slovenia – Joker Out “Carpe Diem” (78)
22. Albania – Albina & Familja Kelmendi “Duje” (76)
23. Portugal – Mimicat “Ai coração” (59)
24. Serbia – Luke Black “Samo mi se spava” (Само ми се спава) (30)
25. United Kingdom – Mae Muller “I Wrote a Song” (24)
26. Germany – Lord of the Lost “Blood & Glitter” (18)

A full breakdown of voting is available on Eurovision.tv.

 

 

 

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