Who is the Winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023?

Who is the winner of the eurovision song contest 2023

The Eurovision Song Contest is an annual international song competition in which countries from Europe (and, since 2015, Australia) compete against each other by submitting an original song to be performed live on television and radio.

The contest has been held every year since 1956 and is one of the longest-running television programs in the world. Each country is represented by one singer or musical group, and the winner is determined by a combination of votes from a panel of judges and a public vote. Who is the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023?

List of countries in the Eurovision Song Contest

Eurovision Song Contest 2023 features participation from 37 nations in total. Hungary and Turkey are still missing, in addition to Belarus and Russia, which are excluded due to the aggressive conflict.

The scoring system, which the Turks believe disadvantages them, is criticized by the Turkish network TRT, which is airing the ESC. Hungary, on the other hand, is believed to find the ESC “too gay,” according to a 2019 story in the British Guardian, and has subsequently decided against participating. Andorra, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Northern Macedonia, and Slovakia, who were once participants, are also absent.

Who is the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest?The winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 is
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How many countries participation Eurovision Song Contest in 2023?

The 37 participating countries at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 in Liverpool, UK are:

  •  Albania
  •  Armenia
  •  Australia
  •  Austria
  •  Azerbaijan
  •  Belgium
  •  Croatia
  •  Cyprus
  •  Czechia
  •  Denmark
  •  Estonia
  •  Finland
  •  France
  •  Georgia
  •  Germany
  •  Greece
  •  Iceland
  •  Ireland
  •  Israel
  •  Italy
  •  Latvia
  •  Lithuania
  •  Malta
  •  Moldova
  •  Netherlands
  •  Norway
  •  Poland
  •  Portugal
  •  Romania
  •  San Marino
  •  Serbia
  •  Slovenia
  •  Spain
  •  Sweden
  •  Switzerland
  •  Ukraine
  •  United Kingdom

Who is the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023

Who is the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest?

The winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 is Sweeden.

Here is the song of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023‘s winner Sweden:

What does the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest get?

The song competition’s winner is not given a financial reward. At the conclusion of the night, there is no cash award for lifting the glass microphone. They will get one more chance to play their song before the show is over once the winner is revealed.

Who won the Eurovision Song Contest 2022?

The winner was Ukraine with the song “Stefania”, performed by Kalush Orchestra and written by the group’s members Ihor Didenchuk, Oleh Psiuk, Tymofii Muzychuk, and Vitalii Duzhyk, along with Ivan Klymenko.

Who won the Eurovision Song Contest 2022?


List of Eurovision Song Contest winners

1956  Switzerland Refrain Lys Assia
  • Géo Voumard
  • Émile Gardaz
1957  Netherlands Net als toen Corry Brokken
  • Guus Jansen
  • Willy van Hemert
1958  France Dors, mon amour André Claveau
  • Hubert Giraud
  • Pierre Delanoë
1959  Netherlands Een beetje Teddy Scholten
  • Dick Schallies
  • Willy van Hemert
1960  France Tom Pillibi Jacqueline Boyer
  • André Popp
  • Pierre Cour
1961  Luxembourg Nous les amoureux Jean-Claude Pascal
  • Jacques Datin
  • Maurice Vidalin
1962  France Un premier amour Isabelle Aubret
  • Claude-Henri Vic
  • Roland Valade
1963  Denmark Dansevise Grethe and Jørgen Ingmann
1964  Italy Non ho l’età Gigliola Cinquetti
1965  Luxembourg Poupée de cire, poupée de son France Gall
  • Serge Gainsbourg
1966  Austria Merci, Chérie Udo Jürgens
  • Udo Jürgens
  • Thomas Hörbiger
1967  United Kingdom Puppet on a String Sandie Shaw
  • Bill Martin
  • Phil Coulter
1968  Spain La, la, la Massiel
  • Manuel de la Calva
  • Ramón Arcusa (Dúo Dinámico)
1969  Spain Vivo cantando Salomé
  • María José de Cerato
  • Aniano Alcalde
 United Kingdom Boom Bang-a-Bang Lulu
  • Alan Moorhouse
  • Peter Warne
 Netherlands De troubadour Lenny Kuhr
  • David Hartsema
  • Lenny Kuhr
 France Un jour, un enfant Frida Boccara
1970  Ireland All Kinds of Everything Dana
  • Derry Lindsay
  • Jackie Smith
1971  Monaco Un banc, un arbre, une rue Séverine
  • Jean-Pierre Bourtayre
  • Yves Dessca
1972  Luxembourg Après toi Vicky Leandros
1973  Luxembourg Tu te reconnaîtras Anne-Marie David
  • Claude Morgan
  • Vline Buggy
1974  Sweden Waterloo ABBA
1975  Netherlands Ding-a-dong Teach-In
1976  United Kingdom Save Your Kisses for Me Brotherhood of Man
1977  France L’Oiseau et l’Enfant Marie Myriam
1978  Israel A-Ba-Ni-Bi” (א-ב-ני-בי) Izhar Cohen and the Alphabeta
1979  Israel Hallelujah” (הללויה) Milk and Honey
1980  Ireland What’s Another Year Johnny Logan Shay Healy
1981  United Kingdom Making Your Mind Up Bucks Fizz
1982  Germany Ein bißchen Frieden Nicole
1983  Luxembourg Si la vie est cadeau Corinne Hermès
  • Jean-Pierre Millers
  • Alain Garcia
1984  Sweden Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley Herreys
1985  Norway La det swinge Bobbysocks! Rolf Løvland
1986  Belgium J’aime la vie Sandra Kim
  • Jean-Paul Furnémont
  • Angelo Crisci
  • Rosario Marino Atria
1987  Ireland Hold Me Now Johnny Logan Johnny Logan
1988  Switzerland Ne partez pas sans moi Céline Dion
1989  Yugoslavia Rock Me Riva
1990  Italy Insieme: 1992 Toto Cutugno Toto Cutugno
1991  Sweden Fångad av en stormvind Carola Stephan Berg
1992  Ireland Why Me? Linda Martin Johnny Logan
1993  Ireland In Your Eyes Niamh Kavanagh Jimmy Walsh
1994  Ireland Rock ‘n’ Roll Kids Paul Harrington and Charlie McGettigan Brendan Graham
1995  Norway Nocturne Secret Garden
  • Rolf Løvland
  • Petter Skavlan
1996  Ireland The Voice Eimear Quinn Brendan Graham
1997  United Kingdom Love Shine a Light Katrina and the Waves Kimberley Rew
1998  Israel Diva” (דיווה) Dana International
1999  Sweden Take Me to Your Heaven Charlotte Nilsson
2000  Denmark Fly on the Wings of Love Olsen Brothers Jørgen Olsen
2001  Estonia Everybody Tanel Padar, Dave Benton and 2XL
2002  Latvia I Wanna Marie N
2003  Turkey Everyway That I Can Sertab Erener
2004  Ukraine Wild Dances Ruslana
2005  Greece My Number One Helena Paparizou
2006  Finland Hard Rock Hallelujah Lordi Mr Lordi
2007  Serbia Molitva” (Молитва) Marija Šerifović
2008  Russia Believe Dima Bilan
2009  Norway Fairytale Alexander Rybak Alexander Rybak
2010  Germany Satellite Lena
2011  Azerbaijan Running Scared Ell and Nikki
2012  Sweden Euphoria Loreen
2013  Denmark Only Teardrops Emmelie de Forest
2014  Austria Rise Like a Phoenix Conchita Wurst
2015  Sweden Heroes Måns Zelmerlöw
2016  Ukraine 1944 Jamala Jamala
2017  Portugal Amar pelos dois Salvador Sobral Luísa Sobral
2018  Israel Toy Netta
2019  Netherlands Arcade Duncan Laurence
2020 Contest cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2021  Italy Zitti e buoni Måneskin
2022  Ukraine Stefania” (Стефанія) Kalush Orchestra
  • Ihor Didenchuk
  • Ivan Klymenko
  • Oleh Psiuk
  • Tymofii Muzychuk
  • Vitalii Duzhyk


When is the Eurovision Song Contest 2024?

The dates of the Eurovision Song Contest 2024 will be decided in late 2023. But will happen in Sweden on May 2024.

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