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Switzerland triumphs at Eurovision 2023

Nemo takes the crown with his performance of ''The Code'' securing a victory with 591 Points


Switzerland emerged victorious at the 68th Eurovision Song Contest with Nemo's performance of "The Code," securing a total of 591 points. The win marks a triumphant moment for the country's music scene.

Following closely behind Switzerland, Croatia claimed second place with an impressive 547 points, while Ukraine secured the third spot with 453 points, showcasing the diverse talent on display at this year's competition.

Meanwhile, Cyprus, represented by Silia Kapsis and the song "Liar," secured a respectable 15th place, earning a total of 78 points. Greece, represented by Marina Sattis and "Zari," secured the 11th spot with a total of 126 points.

Voting concluded just before 1 am, with the TV audience casting their votes via phone calls, text messages, or the Eurovision app. The juries of 37 countries had already cast their votes during the general rehearsal held on Friday.

The announcement of the results saw Switzerland maintaining its lead throughout, with top scores from countries including Luxembourg, Azerbaijan, San Marino, Malta, and Albania.

In total, Switzerland garnered 365 points from the juries, receiving top marks from a diverse array of countries. The audience also showed their support, contributing to Switzerland's impressive victory.

Final results:

Cyprus  |  Europe

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