Loreen has become only the second woman to win Eurovision twice – her song Tattoo just beat out Finland’s catchy entry of Cha Cha Cha.
Having secured a commanding lead during the jury-vote round, Loreen was able to see off Finland’s Käärijä who had a the highest public vote.
The final scores saw Loreen win with 583 points, ahead of Käärijä on 526 points.
Rounding out the top five were Israel, Italy, and Norway.
Representing Belgium, Gustaph had a very strong result, placing 7th with 182 points.
At the other end of the table were the UK on 24 points and Germany on 18 points.
This means that Eurovision will head to Sweden in 2024 – 50 years after Abba snatched the trophy with Waterloo.
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