Thirty countries will sing in the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 in Liverpool. Twenty will advance from the two semi-finals, while another six — France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Ukraine and the United Kingdom — will join them in the final. But amid all the music and all the strong voices, who will come out on top?
Before rehearsals start in Liverpool we want to know: Who do you think will win Eurovision 2023?
You can vote for as many countries as you’d like, but you can only submit your votes one time. Let the world know what you’re thinking by commenting in the comments box at the end of this post.
It’s up to you, Europe! Start voting now!
We will close this poll just before first rehearsals start in Liverpool.
Poll: Who will win Eurovision 2023?
As you’re well aware, the results of the Eurovision Song Contest are determined by a 50/50 jury-televote split. The votes of professional jury members don’t always align with the preferences of the public.
In recent years the overall Eurovision winner has not won both segments of the vote. In 2022, Ukraine’s In 2021, Italy’s Måneskin topped the televote, but only placed fourth with the jury. While in 2019 The Netherlands’ Duncan Laurence won neither — placing third with the jury and second with the public. It was a similar story for Israel’s Netta in 2018 — first with the public, third with the jury. Portugal’s Salvador Sobral was the last Eurovision winner to win both segments of the vote.
Who do you WANT to win Eurovision 2023? And who do you think WILL win? And what about the public-televote split? Let us know what you’re thinking down below.