Loreen poses with the Eurovision 2023 trophy. She had already won in 2012. The Swede is the first woman to win two awards. Only Irishman Johnny Logan had achieved such a feat in 1980 and 1987. This is Sweden's 7th victory which now equals the record for the number of Eurovision victories held by Ireland until then.

  • Winner of Eurovision 2022, the Ukrainian band Kalush Orchestra opened the final of Eurovision 2023 on the stage of the Liverpool Arena.

  • The Croatians of Let 3 arrived in costume to interpret Mama ŠČ! ...

  • ... Before finishing in a tank top!

  • When it comes to costumes, these Eurovision fans gave it their all.

  • The Eurovision fan zone was full of music and fans.

  • Marco Mengoni has always been very discreet about his private life and preferred to answer that he belonged to the "fluid generation". His entrance with the Italian banner and rainbow flag of the LGBTQ+ community strongly resembled a coming-out. This impression was confirmed by one of his tweets stating "Due Vite [the title of his song], two flags". The symbolism, in any case, arises there.

  • La Zarr's reaction to the announcement of the 50 points she received from the Eurovision 2023 televote. With Obviously, the candidate of the France finished 16th.

  • Announced as a possible winner of Eurovision, the Finn Käärijä won on the side of the public vote where he gleaned 376 of his 526 points, against 243 for the Swedish winner Loreen.

  • Favorite, Loreen won Eurovision 2023 with the song Tattoo with 583 points. It was acclaimed by the professional juries with 340 points. Her runner-up Noa Kirel (Israel) collected 177 points.

  • Loreen poses with the Eurovision 2023 trophy. She had already won in 2012. The Swede is the first woman to win two awards. Only Irishman Johnny Logan had achieved such a feat in 1980 and 1987. It was Sweden's 7th victory which now equals the record for the number of Eurovision victories held by Ireland until then.

  • Swedish fans in joy after Loreen's success. Sweden will host Eurovision 2024, fifty years after Abba's triumph with Waterloo.

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