5th place for Guy Sebastian

Posted On Sep 21 2019 by

first_imgSweden’s Mans Zelmerlow won Eurovision, which to be honest didn’t come as a huge surprise, giving his country the opportunity to host the competition for the sixth time.“I have so much to say… I’m so extremely happy,” Zelmerlow who scored 365 points said as he accepted the award.“We are all heroes, no matter who we love , who we are or what we believe in.”Sweden’s song was a loud statement against bullying, beating Russia into second place.Italy came third and Belgium snatched fourth place. Australia’s Guy Sebastian, who was dubbed ‘budget Bruno Mars’ offered a wonderful one-off experience to the ‘Lucky Country’, which luckily or not, won’t be able to take part again next year as its only chance to return would apply if Guy won.Greece’s and Cyprus’ songs only made it in 19th and 22th respectively. It is worth mentioning that this was the first time Greece and Cyprus didn’t give each other their highest points. The Eurovision press office has announced that the jury results from the FYR Macedonia and Montenegro have been disqualified.Austria and Germany finished last without receiving any points.“The jury results of FYR Macedonia and Montenegro for the grand final have been excluded after consultation of PricewaterhouseCoopers, the contest’s independent voting observer, and upon the decision of the executive supervisor and the chairman of the reference group,” it said.“In both countries, televoting applied for 100%. The exclusion of two juries will be further discussed in the next reference group meeting in June.” Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img

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