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Loreen Of Sweden Wins The Eurovision Song Contest

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Swedish singer Loreen emerged victorious in the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest with her electrifying performance of "Tattoo."

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Swedish singer Loreen emerged victorious in the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest with her electrifying performance of "Tattoo."

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The Eurovision Song Contest 2023 was held in Liverpool, England, on behalf of war-torn Ukraine.

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Loreen's performance of "Tattoo" was a classic pop ballad that stood out from the bombastic and fantastical acts of recent years.

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Finland's Käärijä took second place with their industrial metal-meets-hyperpop banger "Cha Cha Cha."

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Austria's Teya & Salena trended on Twitter in the U.S. with their song "Who the Hell is Edgar?"

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Croatia's Let 3 performed "Mama ŠČ!," a hallucinogenic anti-war message.

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The Eurovision Song Contest 2023 honored Ukraine's spirit of resiliency, given their ongoing conflict with Russia.

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Loreen's victory makes her the first woman to win the Eurovision Song Contest twice.

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Loreen's "Tattoo" received 583 points, securing the win for Sweden.

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Käärijä's "Cha Cha Cha" earned them 526 points and second place.

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Sweden's seventh Eurovision win ties them with Ireland as the country with the most victories in the competition.

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The United Kingdom hosted the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest on behalf of Ukraine.

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The tagline for the 2023 event was "United By Music," referencing Ukraine's ongoing conflict.

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The home city of Ukraine's Eurovision act was hit by Russian missiles moments before their performance in Liverpool.

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Tvorchi, the Ukrainian duo, called on Europe to unite against evil for the sake of peace.

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Mae Muller finished second to last with her track "I Wrote a Song" picking up just 24 points for the United Kingdom.

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26 acts competed in the Eurovision Song Contest 2023, with the "big five" countries automatically qualifying for the main show.

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Kalush Orchestra opened the show with their winning song from the previous year's competition.

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The Eurovision Song Contest continues to be a highlight of the European cultural calendar, bringing together nations in a spirit of friendly competition and musical celebration.