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Duncan Laurence from Netherlands wins Eurovision Song Contest 2019

Duncan Laurence from Netherlands wins Eurovision Song Contest 2019 with the song "Arcade". It's the fifth time the Netherlands wins Eurovision

The Grand Final of Eurovision Song Contest 2019 took place live from Tel Aviv, where 26 countries competed for the trophy, and the honor of hosting next year's Eurovision Song Contest

After 3,5 hours of music, performances, entertainment and excitement, Duncan Laurence from Netherlands was crowned as the winner of the 64th Eurovision Song Contest with the song Arcade.

It's the fifth time the Netherlands wins Eurovision. Last time was in Eurovision Song Contest 1975 where Teach-In won with "Ding-A-Dong".

Netherlands won Eurovision despite North Macedonia won the jury votes and Norway the tele votes. In fact the Netherlands didn't receive a single "24 point".

Netherlands 2019: Duncan Laurence - "Arcade"

Arcade is written by Duncan de Moor, Joel Sjöö and Wouter Hardy.

Eurovision 2019 Results

Check out the detailed results, voting and points from Eurovision Song Contest 2019:

  • 🇲🇰 North Macedonia won jury voting
  • 🇳🇴 Norway won tele voting
  • 🇳🇱 Netherlands won Eurovision
UPDATE 22 MAY 2019:
THE RESULTS OF THE GRAND FINAL HAVE BEEN CORRECTED
Read more: Error in the results of Eurovision 2019: EBU corrects the Grand Final scoreboard
PlaceCountrySong / ArtistPointsTeleJuryRunning
1Netherlands iconNetherlandsArcade
Duncan Laurence
49826123712
2Italy iconItalySoldi
Mahmood
47225321922
3Russia iconRussiaScream
Sergey Lazarev
3702441265
4Switzerland iconSwitzerlandShe Got Me
Luca Hänni
36421215224
5Sweden iconSwedenToo Late for Love
John Lundvik
334932419
6Norway iconNorwaySpirit in the Sky
KEiiNO
3312914015
7North Macedonia iconNorth MacedoniaProud
Tamara Todevska
305582478
8Azerbaijan iconAzerbaijanTruth
Chingiz
30210020220
9Australia iconAustraliaZero Gravity
Kate Miller-Heidke
28413115325
10Iceland iconIcelandHatrið mun sigra
Hatari
2321864617
11Czech Republic iconCzech RepublicFriend of a Friend
Lake Malawi
15771503
12Denmark iconDenmarkLove Is Forever
Leonora
12051696
13Cyprus iconCyprusReplay
Tamta
109327711
14Malta iconMaltaChameleon
Michela Pace
10720871
15Slovenia iconSloveniaSebi
Zala Kralj & Gašper Šantl
105594610
16France iconFranceRoi
Bilal Hassani
105386721
17Albania iconAlbaniaKtheju Tokës
Jonida Maliqi
9047432
18Serbia iconSerbiaKruna
Nevena Božović
89543523
19San Marino iconSan MarinoSay Na Na Na
Serhat
7765127
20Estonia iconEstoniaStorm
Victor Crone
76482818
21Greece iconGreeceBetter Love
Katerine Duska
74245013
22Spain iconSpainLa Venda
Miki
5453126
23Israel iconIsraelHome
Kobi Marimi
3535014
24Belarus iconBelarusLike It
Zena
31131819
25Germany iconGermanySister
S!sters
240244
26United Kingdom iconUnited KingdomBigger Than Us
Michael Rice
113816

Voting & Points

The voting procedure was the same as the previous three years. Each country had two sets of 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10 and 12 points to give. One set for each country's jury, and one set for each country's televoting.

  • Each of the 41 countries participating in this years Eurovision voted
  • Each country had a national jury who gave one set of 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10 and 12 points
  • Each country used televoting which also resulted in a set of 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10 and 12 points
  • First the the juries' points were presented individually by a spokesperson from each country
  • Secondly the points from televoting were bundled and given combined
  • Televoters and national juries had equal weight in the voting
  • The national juries voted Friday evening (Friday, 11 May) during the second dress-rehearsal
  • If two countries have the same points, the best of the two is the song which has obtained points from the highest number of countries. If the tying songs have received points from the same number of countries, the highest number of 12-point scores shall be decisive. If the winner still cannot be determined by this procedure, the number of times ten points have been awarded shall be the deciding factor. If necessary, this method shall continue until account has been taken of the number of times one point has been awarded

Check out the detailed results, voting and points from Eurovision Song Contest 2019.

Eurovision Song Contest 2019

The 64th Eurovision Song Contest took place on 14, 16 and 18 May 2019. The contest was hosted by Tel Aviv, Israel, and produced by the Israeli broadcaster KAN.

  • Location: Expo Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Participants: 41
  • Semi-final 1: 14 May 2019 – 17 participants: The 10 best songs qualified to the Grand Final
  • Semi-final 2: 16 May 2019 – 18 participants: The 10 best songs qualified to the Grand Final
  • Grand Final: 18 May 2019. 26 participants: Israel (host), Big-5 (Germany, Spain, France, Italy and United Kingdom), 10 best from Semi-Final 1, 10 best from Semi-Final 2



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