EUROVISION 2019 was jam-packed with gifted singers, all anticipating to be crowned this year’s leader in Israel.
However, there could usually be one champion – here’s all we need to know about this year’s Eurovision results.
Who won Eurovision 2019?
Eurovision fans were kept on a corner of their seats during a voting in a grand final on May 18, 2019.
In a parsimonious run finish, a Netherlands emerged as hero and Italy came second, with Russia only circumference out Switzland to take third place.
The UK finished in final place after Michael Rice took to a theatre to perform his strain Bigger Than Us – he perceived only 3 points from a open vote.
Here is a Eurovision 2019 formula list in full:
When was Eurovision 2019 and where did it take place?
The Eurovision 2019 final took place TONIGHT (Saturday, May 18, 2019) in Tel Aviv, Israel.
BBC One promote a strain competition live from 8pm with a leader announced shortly after 11pm.
The initial and second semi-finals were promote on BBC Four progressing on in a week.
Sadly, a annual Song Contest is now over for another year.
Who won a Eurovision Song Contest in 2018?
Last year, Eurovision was nonetheless again filled with super gifted thespian competing to be crowned a best in Europe and beyond.
Competition was unbelievable, though it was Netta from Israel who was crowned champion.
Meanwhile, Cyprus came in second place, with Austria only circumference out Germany to finish adult in third position.
It was bad news for us Briin 2018 as a UK finished in 24th place following Surie’s opening – that was disrupted by a theatre invasion from protester Dr ACactivism.
Here is a full formula list from final year:
Eurovision 2018 formula table
Why was Eurovision 2019 hold in Tel Aviv?
It’s since Israel’s Netta Barzilai won 2018 and a eventuality traditionally moves to a winner’s country.
The Israeli supervision had talked about relocating a uncover to Jerusalem to equivocate recoil over America recognising a latter city as a capital.
But a Eurovision orator pronounced they motionless on Tel Aviv in a finish for a “creative and constrained bid”.
Mayor Ron Huldai commented: “Eurovision is a ideal fit for a city, that has been internationally acclaimed for a colourful energy, artistic spirit, a sharp-witted informative stage and a jubilee of freedom.
“We are looking brazen to horde a joyous and nonstop eventuality in a suggestion of Tel Aviv.