Who actually won Eurovision 2017? The league table in all its glory

Eurovision who won 2017

by Aimee Jakes |
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Whether you spent last night at a cool Eurovision-themed party (they are cool, shh), trying to explain the entire show to your great nan who fell asleep as soon as Lucie Jones began to sing or at your local Wetherspoons completely oblivious to the cheesy song contest but now desperately want to look like you are brimming with pop culture - here are the results. DUN DUN DUN.

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The final results for Eurovision 2017

  1. Portugal: Salvador Sobral, Amar Pelos Dois - 758 points

  2. Bulgaria: Kristian Kostov, Beautiful Mess - 615 points

  3. Moldova: SunStroke Project, Hey Mamma! - 374

  4. Belgium: Blanche, City Lights - 363

  5. Sweden: Robin Bengtsson, I Can't Go On - 344

  6. Italy: Francesco Gabbani, Occidentali's Karma - 334

  7. Romania: Ilinca feat. Alex Florea, Yodel It! - 282

  8. Hungary: Joci Papai, Origo - 200

  9. Australia: Isaiah Firebrace, Don't come Easy - 173

  10. Norway: JOWST, Grab the Moment - 158

  11. Netherlands: OG3NE, Light And Shadows - 158

  12. France: Alma, Requiem - 135

  13. Croatia: Jacques Houdek, My Friend - 128

  14. Azerbaijan: Dihaj, Skeletons - 120

  15. United Kingdom: Lucie Jones , Never Give Up on You - 111

  16. Austria: Nathan Trent, Running on Air - 93

  17. Belarus: NaviBand, Historyja Majho Zyccia - 83

  18. Armenia: Artsvik, Fly With Me - 79

  19. Greece: Demy, This is Love - 77

  20. Denmark: Anja, Where I Am -77

  21. Cyprus: Hovig, Gravity - 68

  22. Poland: Kasia Mos, Flashlight - 64

  23. Israel: Imri Ziv, I Feel Alive - 39

  24. Germany: Levina, Perfect Life - 6

25: Spain: Manel Navarro, Do It For Your Lover - 5

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