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25 Jun 09:23

About our Eurovision Song Contest 2024 news

Latest news on Eurovision Song Contest 2024, with Switzerland's Nemo winning the competition with "The Code". The 68th edition, held in Malmö, Sweden, saw Croatia's Baby Lasagna and Ukraine's Alyona Alyona & Jerry Heil rounding out the top three.

The grand final, which took place on 11 May 2024, featured 25 countries competing for the top prize. Switzerland emerged victorious with a total of 591 points, winning both the jury vote and the combined vote. Croatia finished second overall and won the televote, marking their best result to date as an independent nation.

The contest was not without controversy, as the Netherlands' entry, Joost Klein, was disqualified just hours before the final due to an incident with a female employee of the production team. Additionally, the inclusion of Israel's Eden Golan amid the ongoing Israel–Hamas war led to protests and increased security measures.

Despite the challenges, the Eurovision Song Contest 2024 showcased the diversity and talent of the European music scene. The interval acts paid tribute to Swedish pop music, with performances by Alcazar, Loreen, and a special appearance by ABBA as digital avatars to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their Eurovision victory.

Organised by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and host broadcaster Sveriges Television (SVT), the contest was held at the Malmö Arena, with the grand final watched by an estimated global audience of over 180 million viewers. The 2024 edition also marked the return of Luxembourg after a 31-year absence.

As the dust settles on another thrilling Eurovision Song Contest, fans and music enthusiasts can stay informed about the aftermath, reactions, and future plans for the participating artists through our comprehensive NewsNow feed. From the winner's press conference to the impact on the artists' careers, we bring you the latest updates from reliable sources.


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