The 2022 Eurovision Song Contest Proved To Be An Unmissable Spectacle

Ten days have passed since Eurovision Song Contest 2022 ended and you feel like you’ve missed it out? Do not worry, here is a brief summary of what happened and how the top 10 looks – and yes, this year, the UK had nothing to regret.

Thanks to Maneskin’s 2021’s victory with their rock piece “Zitti e Buoni”, this year’s edition took place in Turin, Italy. 40 countries took part in what is the non-sportive event most followed worldwide, and 25 of them qualified for the Grand Final: 10 from each of the two Semifinals plus the Big Five – France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK.

The hosts of this year’s show were Italian music star Laura Pausini, radio and TV conductor Alessandro Cattelan and world-famous singer Mika, who performed on the Grand Final, an emotional medley promoting love on the notes of his hit “Happy Ending”, as the arena was full of white flags with red heart waving.

After both Jury and televoting came in, Ukraine’s entry Kalush Orchestra triumphed with their dynamic song “Stefania”, which was initially written about the frontman’s mother but has eventually assumed new meaning since war burst, standing now for a track about Ukrainians’ motherland. Following up on the second place was UK artist Sam Ryder with his “Space Man”, while Spanish singer Chanel reached the third place on her “SloMo” notes.

Notable entries were the Norwegian band Subwoolfer, with their iconic yellow masks woolf look alike; Swedish artist Cornelia Jakobs, who gave an emotional performance with her powerful vocal delivery; and Serbia’s entry “In Corpore Sano” from Konstrakta, a song about the importance of personal hygiene, which made everyone clap their hands with its dope rhythm.

Here is the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 top 10 standing:

Stefania, Kalush Orchestra – Ukraine
Space Man, Sam Ryder – United Kingdom
SloMo, Chanel – Spain
Hold Me Closer, Cornelia Jakobs – Sweden
In Corpore Sano, Konstrakta – Serbia
Brividi, Mahmood & Blanco – Italy
Trenuletul, Zdob si Zdub, Fratii Advahov – Moldova
Die Together, Amanda Tenfjord – Greece
Saudade, Saudade, Maro – Portugal
Give That Wolf A Banana, Subwoolfer – Norway

Watch the video of Eurovision 2022 winning song “Stefania” here:


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