These are the Semi Final results of Eurovision 2023!

The 2023 Eurovision Song Contest finished moments ago, and Sweden had won the Contest with Loreen and her song “Tattoo”. As the rules of the Contest suggest, the full results of the semi finals have now also been released. Please find the full results for each of the two semi finals below:

Semi Final 1 results:

177 Finland
135 Sweden
127 Israel
110 Czechia
109 Moldova
102 Norway
97 Switzerland
76 Croatia
74 Portugal
37 Serbia
34 Latvia
10 Ireland
7 Netherlands
4 Azerbaijan
3 Malta

The big favorite in the Grand Final as well – Käärijä from Finland was the runaway winner of the First Semi Final. He finished 42 points ahead of second placed Loreen from Sweden, and 50 points ahead of third placed Noa Kirel from Israel.

There was a close race for the last qualifying place in the first semi final, as only three points have decided that Serbia’s Luke Black was qualifying for the Final, instead of Latvia’s Sudden Lights. No country was left without points in this semi final, but three countries ended with single digit scores – Netherlands, Azerbaijan and Malta.

Semi Final 2 results:

149 Australia
137 Austria
124 Poland
110 Lithuania
103 Slovenia
99 Armenia
94 Cyprus
90 Belgium
83 Albania
74 Estonia
44 Iceland
33 Georgia
14 Greece
6 Denmark
0 Romania
0 San Marino

Australia won the Second Semi Final, only 12 points ahead of Austria in second, and 25 points ahead of Poland in third place. The point difference between 10th and 11th is significantly higher in this semi, as even though they were in 10th place, Estonia qualified quite comfortably, being 30 points ahead of 11th placed Iceland.

The last time a song failed to score any points in a Eurovision Semi Final was back in 2009, when the Czech group failed to score points in the first semi final in Moscow with their song “Ave Romale”. This year, two songs scored no points, both in the second semi final – Romania and San Marino. In such cases, as per the Eurovision rules, the song that gets advantage and a higher position is the one that was performed earlier in the running order, thus Romania finished second-last, whilst San Marino finished last in the second semi final.

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