Sunday, May 24, 2015

Sweden Wins 60th Eurovision Song Contest!



Sweden wins Eurovision 2015 Song Contest!! It was a record breaking event and the 60th Anniversary of the Song Contest.  Votes had been received from 36 countries only when the hostesses for the evening announced that the maths were in and no other country would catch up and declared Sweden the winner with 328 points.  The remaining 4 countries then proceeded to announce their votes and when the final votes were in, Sweden had 365 points and was 62 points ahead of second place - Russia.


Sweden leads the board at the end of the night

Sweden announced winner after Cyprus voting results
At the half way point, Russia was leading with Sweden fast behind.  However, the tables turned when the voting results of the 36th country - Cyprus came in.  Cyprus gave Sweden 10 points and at that point, no other country would be able to catch up even if they received 12 points from the countries whose votes were yet to be announced.  Sweden was announced the winner and the remaining four countries allowed to finish announcing their results.

Halfway Point


Mans Zelmerlow - Winner Eurovison 2015
 Mans Zelmerlow wins 2015 Eurovison Song contest with his song 'Heroes'.

Halfway point, Russia Leading
Nigella announcing UK Voting Results


Australia was taking part in the Song contest for the first time and did extremely well for a first outing.  They finished the night in 5th place with 196 points.



Is it a wrap?  OMG! I won!!

 The contest will be held next year in the winning country - Sweden!!  Congratulations to Mans who sang a lovely song and had his winning trophy handed over to him by Conchita Wurst.  This is the sixth time Sweden will win the Eurovison Song Contest.

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