Almost 2.8 million viewers watched the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool. It was the most popular final since 2007, when the country hosted the contest in its capital, Helsinki.
Here are the viewing figures we know for the Grand Final:
Germany – 7.96 million
Italy – 4.9 million
United Kingdom – 11 million
The competition ended at midnight on Saturday night, with Sweden crowned the winner with 583 points. Just behind in second place was Finland with 526 points. Finland was represented in this year’s competition by Käärijä and his song “Cha Cha Cha“. He took 1st place in the public vote, receiving the second highest score in Eurovision history. With the jury’s 4th place, Finland finished in 2nd place this year.
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