Following a week of voting, Vesna with the song ‘My Sister’s Crown’ has been revealed as the winner of ESCZ 2023. The announcement was broadcast live today from the Meet Hub Opero in Prague via the official Eurovision YouTube channel.

The six live performances were aired on the official Eurovision youtube channel on Monday, January 30th, but public voting closed last night at 23:59 PM CET. The results of the national selection were made up of a 70% international public vote and a 30% Czech public vote. The results were as follows:

Czech Public Votes: 

  1. Vesna: 3,501
  2. Pam Rabbit: 1,417
  3. Rodan: 501
  4. Markéta Irglová: 184
  5. Maella: 95

International Public Votes:

  1. Vesna: 7,083
  2. Pam Rabbit: 2,799
  3. Rodan: 1,494
  4. Markéta Irglová: 825
  5. Maella: 504


  1. Vesna: 10,584
  2. Pam Rabbit: 4,217
  3. Rodan: 1,995
  4. Markéta Irglová: 1,009
  5. Maella: 599

Vesna with the song ‘My Sister’s Crown’ will represent the Czech Republic in Liverpool. The band will perform in the second half of the first semi-final on 9 May.

What do #YOU  think about Vesna representing the Czech Republic in Liverpool? What do #YOU  think about ESCZ’s first live national final in 15 years? Let us know on social media @ESCUnited, on our discord, or on our forum page!

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