Eurovision 2023: Semi-Final One & Two overall results revealed

Eurovision 2023: Semi-Final One & Two overall results revealed
Sunday, 14 May 2023

  • Sweden's Loreen won the 67th Eurovision Song Contest coming first among 26 competing finalists. However the semifinals results that led to the final are always interesting to look at after the contest. 

    With the lights going off and the glitter and dust settling down, the Eurovision aftermath is always a field of interest and ongoing talks after the contest. The analytical semifinals results that determined the finalists are some of the figures that always attract the attention and raise discussions among the fans.
    Loreen topped the overall scoreboad in the final after winning massively the jury voting and coming second in the televoting behind Kaarija from Finland. While the results of the Grand final were determined by a combination of jury and public voting, in the semi-finals the outcome was influenced by televoting exclusively.  
    Here is how the two semifinals overall score developed: 
    Semi-final 1 Overall results
    Following the Grand final show and results, came the release of the respective email 
    1. Finland: Käärijä – “Cha Cha Cha” (177 points)
    2. Sweden: Loreen – “Tattoo” (135 points)
    3. Israel: Noa Kirel – “Unicorn” (127 points)
    4. Czechia: Vesna – “My Sister’s Crown” (110 points)
    5. Moldova: Pasha Parfeni – “Soarele si Luna” (109 points)
    6. Norway: Alessandra – “Queen of Kings” (102 points)
    7. Switzerland: Remo Forrer – “Watergun” (97 points)
    8. Croatia: Let 3 – “Mama Sc” (76 points)
    9. Portugal: Mimicat – “Ai Coracao” (74 points)
    10. Serbia: Luke Black – “Samo mi se spava” (37 points)
    11. Latvia: Sudden Lights – “Aija” (34 points)
    12. Ireland: Wild Youth – “We Are One” (10 points)
    13. The Netherlands: Mia & Dion – “Burning Daylight” (7 points)
    14. Azerbaijan: TuralTuranX – “Tell me More” (4 points)
    15. Malta: The Busker – “Dance (Our Own Party) (3 points)
    Finland's Kaarija won Semi-Final 1 ahead of Sweden's Loreen while Latvia was 3 oints away from the 10th qualifying spot where Serbia with Luke Black was placed with 37 points.

    Semi-final Two overall results

    The second semi-final took place on May 11, 202 with 16 countries competing in it and Ukraine, Spain and the United Kingdomalso voting in it. 

    Here is how the semi-final 2 scoreboard turned out after the televoting results:

    1. Australia: Voyager – “Promise” (149 points)
    2. Austria: Teya & Salena – “Who The Hell Is Edgar?” (137 points)
    3. Poland: Blanka – “Solo” (124 points)
    4. Lithuania: Monika Linkyte – “Stay” (110 points)
    5. Slovenia: Joker Out – “Carpe Diem” (103 points)
    6. Armenia: Brunette – “Future Lover” (99 points)
    7. Cyprus: Andrew Lambrou – “Break a Broken Heart” (94 points)
    8. Belgium: Gustaph – “Because of You” (90 points)
    9. Albania: Albina & Familja Kelmendi – “Duje” (83 points)
    10. Estonia: Alika – “Bridges” (74 points)
    11. Iceland: Diljá – “Power” (44 points)
    12. Georgia: Iru – “Echo” (33 points)
    13. Greece: Victor Vernicos – “What They Say” (14 points)
    14. Denmark: Reiley – “Breaking My Heart” (6 points)
    15. Romania: Theodor Andrei – “D.G.T. (Off And On)” (0 points)
    16. San Marino: Piqued Jacks – “Like An Animal” (0 points)
    Australia with Voyager won the semi-final two leaving second behind Austria's duo Teya and Salena. However the point margin between thr last qualifying spot that Estonia got with 74 points is rather wide as Iceland came 11th with 44 points.  Romania and San Marino came last with null points each. 
    Following the two semifinals the Grand final show took place on Saturday evening, May 13 at the M&S Bank Arena which saw Sweden Loreen eventually confirming the bookies predictions and taking the trophy home. Hera is how the final score came out after jury and televoters points were added in: 
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    Images: EBU/Sarah Louise Bennett