Eurovision Song Contest 2019

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The Eurovision Song Contest 2019 was the 64th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest and took place in Israel's capital Tel Aviv, after Netta won for her country in Lisbon, Portugal last year.

Duncan Laurence from the Netherlands won the contest.

Venue[change | change source]

The contest happened in Expo Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel. The venue holds 7,300 people.

Participating countries[change | change source]

Semi-final 1[change | change source]

The first semi-final happened on 14 May 2019 at 22:00 IDT (21:00 CEST).[1] Seventeen countries participated in the first semi-final. Those countries plus France, Israel and Spain voted in this semi-final.[2]

The highlighted countries qualified for the final.

Draw[3] Country[3] Artist[3] Song[3] Language(s) Place Points
01 Cyprus Tamta "Replay" English 9 149
02 Montenegro D mol "Heaven" English 16 46
03 Finland Darude feat. Sebastian Rejman "Look Away" English 17 23
04 Poland Tulia "Fire of Love (Pali się)" Polish, English 11 120
05 Slovenia Zala Kralj & Gašper Šantl "Sebi" Slovene 6 167
06 Czech Republic Lake Malawi "Friend of a Friend" English 2 242
07 Hungary Joci Pápai "Az én apám" Hungarian 12 97
08 Belarus ZENA "Like It" English 10 122
09 Serbia Nevena Božović "Kruna" (Круна) Serbian 7 156
10 Belgium Eliot "Wake Up" English 13 70
11 Georgia Oto Nemsadze "Keep on Going" Georgian 14 62
12 Australia Kate Miller-Heidke "Zero Gravity" English 1 261
13 Iceland Hatari "Hatrið mun sigra" Icelandic 3 221
14 Estonia Victor Crone "Storm" English 4 198
15 Portugal Conan Osiris "Telemóveis" Portuguese 15 51
16 Greece Katerine Duska "Better Love" English 5 185
17 San Marino Serhat "Say Na Na Na" English 8 150

Semi-final 2[change | change source]

The second semi-final happened on 16 May 2019 at 22:00 IDT (21:00 CEST).[1] Eighteen countries participated in the second semi-final. Those countries plus Germany, Italy, and the United Kingdom voted in this semi-final.

The highlighted countries qualified for the final.

Draw[4] Country[4] Artist[4] Song[4] Language(s) Place Points
01 Armenia Srbuk "Walking Out" English 16 49
02 Ireland Sarah McTernan "22" English 18 16
03 Moldova Anna Odobescu "Stay" English 12 85
04 Switzerland Luca Hänni "She Got Me" English 4 232
05 Latvia Carousel "That Night" English 15 50
06 Romania Ester Peony "On a Sunday" English 13 71
07 Denmark Leonora "Love Is Forever" English, French 10 94
08 Sweden John Lundvik "Too Late for Love" English 3 238
09 Austria PÆNDA "Limits" English 17 21
10 Croatia Roko "The Dream" English, Croatian 14 64
11 Malta Michela "Chameleon" English 8 157
12 Lithuania Jurij Veklenko "Run with the Lions" English 11 93
13 Russia Sergey Lazarev "Scream" English 6 217
14 Albania Jonida Maliqi "Ktheju tokës" Albanian 9 96
15 Norway KEiiNO "Spirit in the Sky" English 7 210
16 Netherlands Duncan Laurence "Arcade" English 1 280
17 North Macedonia Tamara Todevska "Proud" English 2 239
18 Azerbaijan Chingiz "Truth" English 5 224

Final[change | change source]

The final happened on 18 May 2019 at 22:00 IDT (21:00 CEST).[1] Twenty-six countries participated in the final, with all 41 participating countries eligible to vote.

Draw[5] Country[5] Artist[5] Song[5] Language(s) Place[6] Points
01 Malta Michela "Chameleon" English 14 107
02 Albania Jonida Maliqi "Ktheju tokës" Albanian 17 90
03 Czech Republic Lake Malawi "Friend of a Friend" English 11 157
04 Germany S!sters "Sister" English 25 24
05 Russia Sergey Lazarev "Scream" English 3 370
06 Denmark Leonora "Love Is Forever" English, French 12 120
07 San Marino Serhat "Say Na Na Na" English 19 77
08 North Macedonia Tamara Todevska "Proud" English 7 305
09 Sweden John Lundvik "Too Late for Love" English 5 334
10 Slovenia Zala Kralj & Gašper Šantl "Sebi" Slovene 15 105
11 Cyprus Tamta "Replay" English 13 109
12 Netherlands Duncan Laurence "Arcade" English 1 498
13 Greece Katerine Duska "Better Love" English 21 74
14 Israel Kobi Marimi "Home" English 23 35
15 Norway KEiiNO "Spirit in the Sky" English 6 331
16 United Kingdom Michael Rice "Bigger than Us" English 26 11
17 Iceland Hatari "Hatrið mun sigra" Icelandic 10 232
18 Estonia Victor Crone "Storm" English 20 76
19 Belarus ZENA "Like It" English 24 31
20 Azerbaijan Chingiz "Truth" English 8 302
21 France Bilal Hassani "Roi" French, English 16 105
22 Italy Mahmood "Soldi" Italian 2 472
23 Serbia Nevena Božović "Kruna" (Круна) Serbian 18 89
24 Switzerland Luca Hänni "She Got Me" English 4 364
25 Australia Kate Miller-Heidke "Zero Gravity" English 9 284
26 Spain Miki "La Venda" Spanish 22 54

References[change | change source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "Eurovision Song Contest 2019: Tel Aviv". Retrieved 9 February 2019.
  2. Groot, Evert (28 January 2019). "Eurovision 2019: Which country takes part in which Semi-Final?". eurovision.tv. European Broadcasting Union.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 "Eurovision Song Contest 2019 First Semi-Final". eurovision.tv. European Broadcasting Union. Retrieved 28 January 2019.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 "Eurovision Song Contest 2019 Second Semi-Final". eurovision.tv. European Broadcasting Union. Retrieved 28 January 2019.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 "Eurovision Song Contest 2019 Grand Final". eurovision.tv. European Broadcasting Union. Retrieved 28 January 2019.
  6. "EBU issues statement on Eurovision 2019 Grand Final jury result". eurovision.tv. 22 May 2019.

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