Eurovision 2023: Watch our poll results live on Saturday!

Saturday is the final day of our poll, as after the Grand Final voting and the 2500 different votes that we received, here are the results, which will be announced on Saturday via a live premiere on the Douze Points YouTube channel.
The premiere will take place at 21:00 CET and will be a simulation of a typical Eurovision final. The results will be presented in detail, with each Eurovisionfun editor giving their points, and after the juries’ scores, the total televoting points, determined by you, will be added! Therefore, 50% of the result was determined based on your own vote and the remaining 50% by the editors of Eurovisionfun.

You can watch the premiere below:

Until then you can remember the entries competing in the Grand Final below:
Stay tuned to the results of our poll to find out our Eurovision 2023 winner!


Eurovision 2023 Poll: Vote for the Grand Final!

After the voting for the two semi-finals with 8200 different votes, and the results announcement (of both the first and second semi-finals), it is high time for the Grand Final voting.

You can vote until Monday, April 17, for your 10 favorite songs, voting with points just like in Eurovision, with 12-10-8 for the most favorite respectively, and with 7-1 for the rest of the songs in your top 10 (with 1 point for the song that you have in 10th place)

The running order of the countries in the Grand Final was determined by a draw of the half that each country will appear, the results of which were announced in the videos of the semi-finals. Afterwards, the countries were classified taking into account the same criteria as in Eurovision (type of songs, etc.). This results in the following running order:

  1. Australia
  2. Iceland
  3. Italy
  4. Moldova
  5. Cyprus
  6. Serbia
  7. Austria
  8. Portugal
  9. Norway
  10. Lithuania
  11. Spain
  12. France
  13. Armenia
  14. Germany
  15. Estonia
  16. Slovenia
  17. Greece
  18. Finland
  19. Ukraine
  20. Netherlands
  21. Israel
  22. Sweden
  23. Georgia
  24. Switzerland
  25. Czech republic
  26. United Kingdom

Here is the Grand Final recap, as well as the voting form:


The results will be announced on Saturday 22/4 through a detailed Douze Points voting video. 50.6% of the result will be determined based on your own vote and the remaining 49.4% by the authors of Eurovisionfun.

Until then, you can watch last year’s Eurovisionfun voting video:

Who will be the winner?

Eurovision 2023: Watch tonight our poll results for the two semi-finals!

Today is the first station of our Poll, since after the your voting, the results follow, which will be announced tonight through a live premiere on the Douze Points YouTube channel.

More than 8,200 individual votes were submitted in the two semi-finals and now it’s time to announce the 20 countries that will advance to the grand final. For about 10 days you voted for your top ten countries in each semi-final. As in Eurovision, also in our simulation 100% of the result was determined based on your own vote, since now only the public votes count in the semi-finals.

Tonight at 20:00 CET, you will be able to watch through the video below the ten countries that will qualify from the first semi-final.

Immediately afterwards, at 20:05 CET, you will be able to see the results of the second semi-final in the video below.

The recap and the start of the voting for the Grand Final follows, where 50% of the result will be determined based on your own voting and the rest 50% by the authors of Eurovisionfun.
Until then you can recall the entries vying for qualification below:

Which countries do you think will qualify?

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all Eurovision 2023 news!