From our Special Envoy in Liverpool (United Kingdom)

"Did I manage to sing the big France?" she asks in her song, Obviously. Yes, do we want to answer as La Zarra transcended itself on the Eurovision stage, in Liverpool, this Saturday. While this week her rehearsals were uneven, sometimes with vocal difficulties, she delivered the best performance of her Eurovisionary stay.

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Still, La Zarra, who defended the French chances in the final of Eurovision, this Saturday, in Liverpool, finished in 16th place in the ranking. The Canadian artist scored a total of 104 points - including 54 from international juries and 50 from the public.

The contest was won by Sweden's Loreen, with 583 points for her song Tattoo. She gave her country a seventh trophy at the competition, tying Sweden's record for wins. Above all, she enters the history of the competition by becoming the first woman to win twice. She had already won Eurovision in 2012, with Euphoria.

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