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Inis Neziri has triumphantly won the 2019 New Wave competition in Sochi, Russia. She was representing her country Albania.
Inis impressed the judges and the public in the competition held over four nights. The grand final was tonight where Inis secured overall 281 points.
In the three competition nights Inis performed a song by the acclaimed Alla Pugacheva (2007 ESC Russia), then her popular hit song from #56 Festival i Këngës, Piedestal. The third song is her latest hit songs and video, E theve.
The trophy presentation was made to Inis by legendary Russian and Eurovision personality, Philip Kirkorov.
This big victory by Inis follows her success in 2018 when she won the Cerbul de Aur (Golden Stag) in Romania.
Congratulations to Inis for making her country and family and friends very happy and proud tonight.
You can see Inis and her New Wave performances below.
Source: ESC Covers; Eurovision Albania; Russia-1
The Netherlands have won the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest with Duncan Laurence and his anthemic Arcade.
The contest was a close call with several countries in the running. Infact, Sweden won the jury vote and Norway took the public vote but neither took the title. Russia and Switzerland were also in contention with Italy and North Macedonia.
You can see Duncan perform his winning song, Arcade, below.
Source: ESC Covers
In a fabulous show and a tense voting finale, Roksana Węgiel, won the 2018 Junior Eurovision Song Contest and took the trophy home to Poland with her song Anyone I Want To Be.
After the jury voting Australia won the jury voting but the decisive moments came with the online voting. It was down to just two countries in the end. France and Poland…..and it was Poland who took the top marks and took top honours.
Congratulations to all 20 countries and the EBU and BTRC for a wonderful show.
Check out Roksana’s winning song below.
Source: ESC Covers
Anna Trincher duetted with her mentor Jamala (winner of the 2016 Eurovision with 1944) in the final of Golos Krainy (The Voice of Ukraine- season 8). Together they performed Crazy In Love by Beyoncé.
Anna gave a confident and assured performance on the stage as she sang with all her heart and soul. She also performed on her own the Christina Aguilera hit Candyman.
Anna eventually finished in third place but she has come a long way since representing Ukraine at the 2015 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. I am sure she has big future ahead of her in the entertainment business where she has already released several top music videos and hits and acted in a top teen drama.
The winner of The Voice of Ukraine 2018 was Olena Lutsenko.
You can see Anna’s performances in The Voice of Ukraine final below.
Source: 1+1; ESC Covers