Eurovision Song Contest 2019 - Grand Final - Live Stream

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The day has come! After months of preparation and two Semi-Finals, acts from 26 countries will compete in the Grand Final of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. The result will be determined by a combination of expert juries and viewers from all 41 participating countries. The show will feature special guest performances from reigning Eurovision queen Netta, former winners Dana International, Conchita Wurst and Måns Zelmerlöw, as well as Eurovision icon Verka Serduchka. And... earlier this week we could also confirm that Madonna will perform as guest star during the show!

The Grand Final of the 64th Eurovision Song Contest is brought to you by the European Broadcasting Union and Israeli public broadcasting corporation KAN. The show will be hosted by Bar Refaeli, Erez Tal, Assi Azar and Lucy Ayoub, live from Expo Tel Aviv.

Tonight's 26 competing acts
Tonight's Grand Final will see acts from 26 countries compete for the title of 2019 Eurovision Song Contest winner. They represent the 10 countries with the highest points from each of the two Semi-Finals that took place earlier this week, along with the 'Big Five' — France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom — and host nation Israel.

Tonight's acts are:

Malta - Michela with Chameleon

Albania - Jonida Maliqi with Ktheju tokës

Czech Republic - Lake Malawi with Friend of a Friend

Germany - S!sters with Sister

Russia - Sergey Lazarev with Scream

Denmark - Leonora with Love Is Forever

San Marino - Serhat with Say Na Na Na

North Macedonia - Tamara Todevska with Proud

Sweden - John Lundvik with Too Late For Love

Slovenia - Zala Kralj & Gašper Šantl with Sebi

Cyprus - Tamta with Replay

The Netherlands - Duncan Laurence with Arcade

Greece - Katerine Duska with Better Love

Israel - Kobi Marimi with Home

Norway - KEiiNO with Spirit In The Sky

United Kingdom - Michael Rice with Bigger Than Us

Iceland - Hatari with Hatrið mun sigra

Estonia - Victor Crone with Storm

Belarus - ZENA with Like It

Azerbaijan - Chingiz with Truth

France - Bilal Hassani with Roi

Italy - Mahmood with Soldi

Serbia - Nevena Božović with Kruna

Switzerland - Luca Hänni with She Got Me

Australia - Kate Miller-Heidke with Zero Gravity

Spain - Miki with La Venda

You can vote for your favorite songs if you are in one of the 41 participating countries, regardless of whether your country made it through the Semi-Finals.

The opening act
After her victory last year, the honor of opening the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest falls to last year's winner Netta Barzilai. She will get the party started along with Israel's previous Eurovision winner, Dana International and Israel's first ever Eurovision representative, Ilanit.

As has become a tradition since the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö, the Grand Final will open with a flag parade to introduce the 26 competing entrants before the Eurovision Song Contest begins.

The interval act
Switch song
As was already announced last month at the host broadcaster press conference, a special 'switch song' act is planned for the Grand Final featuring former Eurovision winners and runners up:

Conchita will sing Måns Zelmerlöw's Heroes (Sweden 2015)

Måns Zelmerlöw will sing Eleni Foureira's Fuego (Cyprus 2018)

Eleni Foureira will sing Verka Serduchka's Dancing Lasha Tumbai (Ukraine 2007)

Verka Serduchka will perform Netta's Toy (Israel 2018)

At the end all four artists will join Gali Atari on stage to perform her 1979 winning song, Hallelujah.

Netta goes bananas
Just before time runs out on Netta's reign as Eurovision Queen, she will perform her new song Nana Banana. If you want to sing along, there's still time to learn the words in Netta's lyric video.

Please give it up for... Madonna!
International pop icon Madonna will perform 2 songs during the Grand Final of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest on 18 May: Her 1989 smash hit 'Like A Prayer' and a world exclusive of brand-new single 'Future', which she will perform together with American rapper Quavo.


💬 Comments on the video
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Who’s watching because they’re sad that Eurovision 2020 got cancelled?

Author — Rain

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Netta: "We're coming to Amsterdam"
the Netherlands: "We're hosting in Rotterdam"
Corona: "We're staying home"

Author — Johnny Ashkar

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Who's watching in 2020? Lol

After the cancellation :/

Author — jelover s

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Netta 2018: Will waiting you in Jerusalem
Esc 2019 in tel aviv.
Netta 2019: Cominng to Amsterdam
Esc 2020 in Rotterdam

Author — B1az Z0ne

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wow life before corona, people are hugging :(

Author — Teacatcher

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Netta: "We're coming to Amsterdam!!"


Netherlands be like: lol we're going to host it in Rotterdam

Author — Esther

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Duncan Lawrence holds the record for being the longest reigning champion of ESC.

Edit: from 2019 to 2021

Author — Alextraordinary

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0:10 Start
3:24 Flags
5:17 Dana International
7:50 Ilanit
9:56 Nadav Guedj
10:28 Hosts
15:10 Malta
19:10 Albania
23:13 Czech Republic
27:09 Germany
31:12 Russia
35:14 Interview #1
36:16 Denmark
40:18 San Marino
44:16 North Macedonia
48:13 Green room #1
51:13 Sweden
55:15 Slovenia
59:08 Cyprus
1:03:04 The Netherlands
1:07:10 Greece
1:11:51 Israel
1:16:07 Norway
1:20:09 United Kingdom
1:24:35 Interview #2
1:27:07 Iceland
1:31:02 Estonia
1:35:03 Belarus
1:39:10 Azerbaijan
1:43:14 France
1:47:09 Italy
1:51:15 Serbia
1:55:18 Switzerland
1:59:21 Australia
2:03:23 Spain
2:08:49 Reminder
2:16:27 Switch song
2:25:28 Gali Atari
2:27:52 Reminder
2:33:15 Interview #3 with Madonna
2:37:47 "BOEE (Come with me)" The Idan Raichel Project
2:42:52 Mentalist
2:46:15 "Nana Banana" Netta Barzilai
2:50:05 Reminder
2:54:26 Green room #2
2:56:25 Madonna
3:07:26 Gal Gadot
3:09:26 Start votes jury
3:49:21 Start votes audience
3:52:14 "I'm sorry, zero points."
4:00:59 Winner
4:10:58 End

Author — Piltz

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The best opening i ever see in eurovision!!!

Author — Bobby schot

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a 64 year old tradition being broken.. hurts to know that this year the highlight of my year is cancelled </3
*a reminder to stay quarantined and wash your hands!*

Author — sophia meurling

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After 1 year I still thinking that Spain should be minimum in the top 10

Author — Monbebe_ I.M

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No one's gonna talk about how this was probably the best flag opening so far? 😄

Author — TimTime

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*HERE IS AN IDEA*
They should make 2 more 'mini' awards during the show, *one for the best song via the televotes and the other for the best song via the jury.* That would be nice and everyone would be happy.
:)

Author — HarBosSar HarBosSar

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2019. The year that gave Eurovision the first ever winner that stayed winner for two years. A weird fact :-/.

Author — Gert NL

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Transitions of the music in the opening were perfection. It's like watching a musical Broadway masterpiece!

Author — Stefen Henry

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The moment of the televoting points to Norway it’s fucking amazing

Author — ESC - Spain.

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Jury votes: Norway- 47 points, 15th place


Tele votes: Norway- 291 points, 1st place


What a flawless system...

Author — Aleksander Berg

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A year later and John's face when he didn't win is still funny

Author — Herli Hansman

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Who's here after Eurovision 2020 get cancelled?((

Author — Andrey Eurolove

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Who's watching because tomorrow would have been Eurovision 2020?

Author — Higuys