Eurovision 2023 Sweden wins Mengoni off the podium Relive life

Eurovision 2023: Sweden wins, Mengoni off the podium. Relive life dello Sport

Everything ready for the finalEuro Vision Song Contest 2023, with Marco Mengoni, who was chosen to represent Italy after winning Sanremo 2023. There are 26 finalists in total, with the Big Five (Italy, Spain, France, Germany, UK) and Ukraine joined by the 20 singers selected in the semi-finals. These are: Albania, Cyprus, Estonia, Belgium, Austria, Lithuania, Poland, Australia, Armenia, Slovenia, Croatia, Moldova, Switzerland, Finland, Czech Republic, Israel, Portugal, Serbia, Norway. Organized in Liverpool, Eurovision 2023 will be presented by Hannah Waddingham, Alesha Dixon and Julia Sanina. The commentary in Italian is entrusted Gabriele Corsi and Mara Maionchi. Among the artists who will be guests at the finale is also Mahmood, the first Italian guest in the history of the competition. The singer took part in the competition in 2019 with Soldi (second place) and in 2022 with Chills (sixth place). He will sing the song Imagine, John Lennon’s anthem for peace.



Final score of Eurovision 2023: why Mengoni lost

Sweden with Lorene wins the 67th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. From the podium Marco Mengoni, Who has to settle for fourth place and the critics’ prize? Finland and Israel are in second and third place. Finland ousted Mengoni from the podium: it was one of the countries most voted by the public.

  • Sweden: 583 points
  • Finland: 526 points
  • Israel: 362 points
  • Italy: 350 points
  • Norway: 268 points
  • 00:59

    Televoting for the Eurovision Song Contest 2023: how many points did Italy receive?

    Marco Mengoni receives televoting only 174 points.


    The provisional ranking list is drawn up by the juries of the various countries

    1. Sweden-340

    2. Israel-177

    3. Italy-176


    How the other countries voted for Italy and Mengoni in the Eurovision Song Contest 2023

    Australia gives Italy only one point; Ukraine, Serbia, Albania, UK and France 2 points; Latvia 3; Germany and the Czech Republic award 4 points; Estonia and Cyprus award 5 points; Azerbaijan, Poland, Norway and Finland give 6; Belgium and Sweden 7; Switzerland and Georgia 8; Malta, Spain and Moldova award 10 points; San Marino, Austria, Romania, Slovenia and Croatia award 12 points (the highest score). No votes for Marco Mengoni from the Netherlands, Ireland, Portugal, Armenia, Denmark, Israel, Greece, Lithuania.

    11:46 p.m

    Why Mahmood sings at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023

    Mahmood is the first Italian guest in the history of the competition. The singer took part in the competition in 2019 with Soldi (second place) and in 2022 with Chills (sixth place). In the finale he sings Imagine, John Lennon’s anthem for peace.

    11:39 p.m

    Marco Mengoni’s words after his performance

    Marco Mengoni release some statements to Gabriele Corsi and Mara Maionchi after his performance. The artist affirms that he is very calm and never notices what is happening around him when he is on stage.

    11:28 p.m

    Guest at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023: Sam Rayder

    The English singer Sam RayderRunner-up at ESC 2022, plays to the melody of his new single “Mountains”.

    11:20 p.m

    Televoting for the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 begins

    THE Host of Eurovision 2023 officially opened televoting: you can call 894.222 or text the song code to 475.475.0. It is not possible to vote for Marco Mengoni from Italy. The basic rule of the ESC is that nobody (neither the jury nor the public at home) can vote for their country.

    11:13 p.m

    Eurovision 2023 final: Croatia and the United Kingdom sing last

    The latest performances Competing are those from Croatia (Let 3 with Mama SC!) and the UK with I Wrote A Song by Mae Muller.

    11:09 p.m

    Eurovision 2023, the crazy Finnish singer by Marco Mengoni

    Kaarija, a 19-year-old Finnish singer, posts a photo of Marco Mengoni on his social accounts. “Does anyone know if he’s single?” he asked on Twitter.

    11:04 p.m

    Eurovision 2023 final: Germany, Lithuania, Israel, Slovenia sing

    They perform: Lord of the Lost of Germany with Blood & Glitter; Monica Linkyte from Lithuania with residence; Noah Kirel of Israel with unicorn; Joker out from Slovenia with Carpe Diem.

    10:50 p.m

    Eurovision 2023, who is Alessandra Mele and why is she participating with Norway

    Alessandra Mele, born in 2002, is an Italian-Norwegian singer. She was born in Pietra Ligure and grew up in Cisano sul Neva. She later moved to Norway where she took her first steps in the world of music. A year ago he participated in the local version of The Voice. In an interview, she stated that she was bisexual.

    10:44 p.m

    Eurovision 2023 final: Belgium, Armenia, Moldova and Ukraine sing

    It’s your turn Gustav from Belgium, who makes the whole audience dance with Because of you. Then it comes brunettes of Armenia with the intense Future Lover. Afterward Pascha Parfeni from Moldova with Soarele si Luna e Tvorchi of Ukraine with Heart of Steel.

    10:28 p.m

    Why is Australia participating in Eurovision 2023?

    Why is Australia taking part in Eurovision 2023 even if it is not part of Europe? It all started in 1979 when Australian broadcaster Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) became an associate member of the European Broadcasting Union. It wasn’t until 2015 that Australia began fully participating in the competition. A way to seal the alliance between the old and new continents. To date he has never won the Eurovision Song Contest: should it come to that? it wasn’t going to take place in Australia anyway, but would give the country the right to choose a European state for the next edition. This year the land of the kangaroos is represented by Voyager with promise.

    10:21 p.m

    Eurovision 2023 final: Estonia, Finland, Czech Republic sing

    They come on stage: Alika from Estonia with bridges, Kaarija from Finland with Cha Cha Cha; Vesna of the Czech Republic with my sister’s crown.

    10:07 p.m

    Eurovision 2023 final: Marco Mengoni’s appearance

    It’s time for Marco Mengoni. The performance is preceded by a short film of the singer on his motorcycle and some pictures of it Circus Maximus in Rome. The artist is very excited, his hands are shaking, but his performance, as always, is impeccable. At the end he breathes a sigh of relief when the audience in the Liverpool Arena applauds enthusiastically. Suggestive choreography curated by the artist Yoann Bourgeois.

    10:02 p.m

    Eurovision 2023 final, France, Cyprus, Spain, Sweden, Albania sing

    Then it’s your turn: The Zarra of France with Évidemment; Andrew Lambrou from Cyprus with Break A Broken Heart; Blanca Paloma of Spain with Eaea; Lorene from Sweden with tattoo; Albina and the Kelmendi family from Albania with Dujie.


    Eurovision, the gesture of Chiara Ferragni and Fedez for Marco Mengoni

    In social networks Chiara Ferragni and Fedez invite all their friends and acquaintances abroad to vote for Marco Mengoni in the Eurovision Song Contest. The basic rule of the ESC is that nobody (neither the jury nor the public at home) can vote for their country.


    Eurovision 2023 final, Portugal, Switzerland, Poland, Serbia sing

    On stage they follow each other: mimic from Portugal with Ai Coracao; Remo Forrer Switzerland with Watergun (an anti-war anthem); Blanka from Poland with Solo (which speaks explicitly of auto-eroticism); Luke Black from Serbia with Samo Mi Se Spava.


    The last Eurovision 2023 starts with Austria

    Austria opens the evening with Teya & Salena and the up-tempo song Who The Hell Is Edgar?. The title is a critique of the music industry. The Edgar mentioned in the title is the American writer Edgar Allan Poe who is challenged to find inspiration and write the play.


    Marco Mengoni at the Eurovision Song Contest with the LGBT flag

    All the singers present at Eurovision 2023 will take to the stage with the flags of their countries. Marco Mengoni comes with a sequin tank top and dark leather pants. He holds the Italian flag in one hand and the LGBT flag in the other. Five other colors, white, pink, blue, brown and black, placed sideways almost like a badge or maybe as a reminder. It’s the LGBTQIA+ flag the Mengoni waved on stage at the Eurovision Song Contest. It was designed by graphic designer Daniel Quasar to create the famous rainbow flag even more inclusive. The new color stripes are dedicated to the black community, the transgender community, HIV patients and those who have died fighting for rights.


    The Eurovision 2023 final has begun: Kate Middleton is playing the piano

    The final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 begins. The commentary in Italian is by Gabriele Corsi and Mara Maionchi. It begins with a video showing the Ukrainian group, last edition’s winners, singing Stefania with various artists, including Sam Ryder and Joss Stone. In the movie Kate Middleton is also in attendance play at the piano. The Kalush Orchestra takes the stage and welcomes the audience to the Liverpool Arena.

    8:34 p.m

    Mengoni has won the Composer Award at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023: what an award that is

    A few minutes before the start of the finalEuro Vision Song Contest 2023, The ceremonial presentation of the Marcel Bezençon Awards, the artistic side awards of the competition, took place in the Liverpool Arena. Marco Mengoni was awarded the together with Davide Petrella composer awards, ie the song for the best music, awarded by the composers of the pieces competing in the final. This is Italy’s second award after Mahmood’s for Soldi in 2019.

    8:15 p.m

    Eurovision 2023 final: when and at what time Marco Mengoni sings

    The performance of Marco Mengoni At the Eurovision final in 2023 she is in eleventh place in the list. He was supposed to be on stage around 10pm. However, since this is a guide time, it is advisable to tune in a few minutes before this time.

    After the triumph, Mengoni also gets into the crib, here is the statuette

    8:10 p.m

    Eurovision 2023: the line-up of the final

    here you are the official lineup of the final of the Eurovision Song Contest with the singers in order of release:

    – Austria: Teya & Salena – Who the hell is Edgar?
    – Portugal: Mimicat – Ai Coracao
    – Switzerland: Remo Forrer – Watergun
    – Poland: Blanka – Nur
    – Serbia: Luke Black – Samo Mi Se Spava
    – France: La Zarra – Evidemment
    – Cyprus: Andrew Lambrou – Break A Broken Heart
    – Spain: Blanca Paloma – Eaea
    – Sweden: Loreen – Tattoo
    – Albania: Albina & Kelmendi family – Duje
    – Italy: Marco Mengoni – Two Lives
    – Estonia: Alika – bridges
    – Finland: Kaarija – Cha Cha Cha
    – Czech Republic: Vesna – My Sister’s Crown
    – Australia: Voyager – Promise
    – Belgium: Gustaph – Because of you
    – Armenia: brunette – future lover
    – Moldova: Pascha Parfeni – Soarele si Luna
    – Ukraine: Tvorchi – Heart of Steel
    – Norway: Alexandra – Queen of Kings
    – Germany: Lord of the Lost – Blood & Glitter
    – Lithuania: Monika Linkyte – stay
    – Israel: Noa Kirel – Unicorn
    – Slovenia: Joker Out – Carpe Diem
    – Croatia: Let 3 – Mama SC!
    – United Kingdom: Mae Muller – I Wrote A Song

    8:00 pm

    Eurovision 2023: why is it taking place in Liverpool?

    Last year’s winners, Ukraine, should have hosted Eurovision 2023 However, due to the war, the baton passed into the hands of the United Kingdom, which decided to organize the competition there Liverpool Arena. Why was this city chosen? As the organizing committee explains, the British city’s credit is for having given it Birthplace of the Beatles and other iconic bands from the 80’s and 90’s scene.