Congratulations are in order to Switzerland and Nemo, the winner of this edition of the Eurovision Song Contest!

They made history as the first non-binary singer to claim victory in the contest, captivating audiences with their song “The Code,” a fusion of drum-and-bass, opera, rap, and rock, which delves into the journey of self-discovery as a non-binary individual.

Upon receiving the prestigious glass microphone trophy, Nemo expressed gratitude, stating:

“I extend heartfelt thanks to all. My wish is for this competition to uphold its commitment and continue advocating for peace and dignity for all individuals worldwide.”

Full results from Eurovision 2024

Here you can see the complete results of the Eurovision Song Contest 2024, showcasing the night’s outcomes.

Below, you’ll find the comprehensive results of the Semi-Finals:

Semi-Final 1
01 🇭🇷 Croatia – 177
02 🇺🇦  Ukraine – 173
03 🇮🇪  Ireland – 124
04 🇱🇹 Lithuania – 119
05 🇱🇺  Luxembourg – 117
06 🇨🇾 Cyprus – 67
07 🇫🇮 Finland – 59
08 🇵🇹 Portugal – 58
09 🇸🇮 Slovenia – 51
10 🇷🇸 Serbia – 47

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11 🇦🇺  Australia – 41
12 🇵🇱 Poland – 35
13 🇲🇩 Moldova – 20
14 🇦🇿 Azerbaijan – 11
15 🇮🇸 Iceland – 3

Semi-Final 2
01 🇮🇱 Israel – 194
02 🇳🇱 Netherlands – 182
03 🇦🇲 Armenia – 137
04 🇨🇭 Switzerland – 132
05 🇬🇷 Greece – 86
06 🇪🇪 Estonia – 79
07 🇱🇻 : Latvia – 72
08 🇬🇪 Georgia – 54
09 🇦🇹 Austria – 46
10 🇳🇴 Norway – 43

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11 🇨🇿 Czechia – 38
12 🇩🇰 Denmark – 36
13 🇧🇪 Belgium – 18
14 🇸🇲 San Marino – 16
15 🇦🇱 Albania – 14
16 🇲🇹 Malta – 13

In a Nutshell

Tonight’s interval featured a number of guest performances. Tonight’s interval featured a series of guest performances. It began with Bjorn Skifs singing “Hooked On a Feeling,” followed by the flag parade showcasing famous Swedish hits. Malin Åkerman and Petra Mede opened the show following the 26 entries, or 25 countries, as the Netherlands, as we learned today, was disqualified.

After Austria, the last country performing tonight, Petra and Malin mentioned a special appearance. They hinted that the first letter of the famous group set to perform later begins with an “A.” Before the audience could utter “ABBA,” it was Alcazar, a Swedish nu-disco group from Stockholm, who took the stage. Alcazar, known for their string of hits since their debut single in 1999, delighted the audience.

Then, finally, the moment arrived: ABBA, albeit as holograms, graced the stage. It was a touching and sweet moment as, after 50 years of success, fans got to see them again. Charlotte, Carola, and Conchita also made an appearance, singing “Waterloo.” As they sang “the history book on the shelf, is always repeating itself,” Switzerland and Croatia appeared on the screen as the final two contenders. Ultimately, it was revealed that Nemo was crowned the winner after all with a staggering 591 points.

 

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