After Duncan Laurence's victory for the Netherlands at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest, we can now reveal the full results of the Grand Final and two Semi-Finals. Australia won the first Semi-Final with 261 points, whilst the Netherlands was the winner of the second Semi-Final. Lithuania missed out on a place in the Grand final by just a single point, whilst Poland missed out on qualifying from the first Semi-Final by just 2 points.
All the results from the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest have been confirmed and verified; we can now exclusively reveal how the national juries and televote scored each country in the Grand Final and the two Semi-Finals that took place earlier this week.
The Grand Final
The Netherlands secured their first Eurovision Song Contest victory since 1975 with Duncan Laurence's Arcade. Italy finished second with 465 points, Russia was third with 369 points, Switzerland was 4th with 360 points. Norway took 5th place with 338 points, six ahead of Sweden in 6th. The United Kingdom finished in 26th place, just behind Germany and Belarus.
Sweden finished first amongst the 41 national juries with 239 points, just two ahead of North Macedonia. The Netherlands were third with 231 points with Italy in 4th place with 212 points. Scandinavian neighbors Norway won the televote with 291 points, the Netherlands were second with 261 points with Italy in third place with 253, Russia 4th with 244 and Switzerland 5th with 212.
Australia won the first Semi-Final with 261 points, Czech Republic came second with 242 points and Iceland was third with 221 points. Just two points was the difference between 10th and 11th place, with Belarus qualifying and Poland missing out on a place in the Grand Final.
The Netherlands was the winner of the second Semi-Final with 280 points, ahead of North Macedonia in second place with 239 points and Sweden in third place with 238 points. The first Semi-Final was close, only a single point separated Denmark in 10th place from Lithuania in 11th.