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OGAE Luxembourg is the 23rd OGAE club to give its votes for the OGAE Poll 2023. And the national club has decided to give the 12 points to France, who’s represented by La Zarra with Evidemment.

Less than a month ago, the OGAE Poll 2023 began and as of today, 23 OGAE clubs awarded their points. Each of the them reveals its points from 1 to 12, Eurovision style, in order to ultimately determine the grand winner of the OGAE Poll 2023.

And today, we have the results from OGAE Luxembourg who chooses La Zarra from France as its winner for Eurovision 2023. It is the second time the country receives the top score, after OGAE Switzerland.

Results from Luxembourg

Here is the full voting of OGAE Luxembourg:

  • France 🇫🇷 – 12 points
  • Italy 🇮🇹 – 10 points
  • Finland 🇫🇮 – 8 points
  • Austria 🇦🇹 – 7 points
  • United Kingdom 🇬🇧 – 6 points
  • Belgium 🇧🇪 – 5 points
  • Moldova 🇲🇩 – 4 points
  • Portugal 🇵🇹 – 3 points
  • Malta 🇲🇹 – 2 points
  • Sweden 🇸🇪 – 1 point

65 people voted in the Luxembourgish OGAE club, and OGAE Luxembourg is the 23rd national club to vote in this year’s poll. Malta — represented by The Busker — gets its first points in the poll thanks to the OGAE club.

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After 23 countries voted, Loreen from Sweden is still in the lead with 236 points but Käärijä from Finland has caught up a lot and now has 227 points, which is only 9 points less than Sweden. And the battle of the 12 points keeps on going between the two Nordic countries: Sweden received the top score 11 times and Finland received it 8 times.

France is still 3rd in the ranking with 171 points and Norway remains 4th with 133 points.

A total of 2154 people voted so far, but the full results are yet to be known so that we have a winner. These full results will be known around early May, right before the Eurovision Song Contest’s live shows start in Liverpool on May 9.

Last year, more than 3,500 people voted across 43 OGAE national clubs, and Sweden was the winner of the OGAE Poll 2022 with “Hold Me Closer” by Cornelia Jakobs. As of today, Sweden may be up for a second victory in a row, but Finland could grab the crown!

Here are the OGAE clubs who have voted so far:

Source: OGAE International

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