Eurovision Song Contest 2023’s Winners and Runners-Up
What began as a technical experiment in Switzerland television broadcasting in 1956, is now an extravagant internationally televised songwriting contest.
Eurovision has only gotten more popular and lavish over the years, now internationally televised and featuring energetic performers.
The rules are simple: the songs must be original, no more than three minutes long, have live lead vocals, and no more than six performers on the stage.
Loreen “Tattoo” (583 points).
This year, Sweden’s Loreen won Eurovision for the song, “Tattoo.” Loreen’s Eurovision performance was powerful and passionate.
Eurovision 2023 Winner
Käärijä “Cha Cha Cha” (526 points).
Finnish rapper, singer, and songwriter Käärijä placed second with 526 points for “Cha Cha Cha,” a dance-anthem about freedom and fun.
Eurovision 2023 Runners Up
Noa Kirel – “Unicorn” (362 points).
Placing third in the semi and grand finals, Israeli singer Noa Kirel received 362 points for her performance of “Unicorn.”
Marco Mengoni “Due Vite” (350 points).
The breakup song about two individuals drifting apart was written by Davide Petrella and Mengoni.
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