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Who wins the Eurovision Song Contest 2019?

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Eurovision 2019

In 2019, Israel will host Eurovision for the third time, after Netta gave her country their fourth victory, with her song “Toy” in Lisbon. There’s a lot of organising to do from both the host country and all the competing countries. Despite not being a European country in location, Israel has taken part in Eurovision since 1973. You don’t actually need to be in Europe to compete in the contest – think Australia – just a member of the European Broadcasting Union.

M&M Production Management is the company in charge of constructing the Eurovision stage, they have been responsible for the construction of many of the Eurovision Song Contest and Junior Eurovision Song Contest  stages in recent years. Ola Melzig and M&M Production Management have launched a Eurovision diary where the latest photographs from the stage construction are posted every day showcasing both the work, progress and construction of the 2019 Eurovision stage.

The slogan for Eurovision 2019 is “Dare to Dream”. Eurovision boss Jon Ola Sand said the slogan “represents and symbolises everything that the Eurovision Song Contest is about. It’s about inclusion. It’s about diversity. It’s about unity.”

41 countries have officially confirmed for Eurovision 2019. All 41 artists and songs have now been revealed.

Madonna is set to perform at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest next month in Israel. Live Nation Israel has confirmed the 60-year-old will perform two songs as a guest artist, including a new single from her upcoming album.  The cost of bringing the Queen of Pop to Tel Aviv is reported to be $1.3 million USD. The fee is reported to be covered by Israeli-Canadian billionaire Sylvan Adams, and the US artist is expected to travel to Israel with an entourage of more than 160 people.

Ukraine initially intended to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. The Ukrainian broadcaster, UA:PBC, organised a national final in collaboration with the commercial broadcaster STB, in order to find the Ukrainian representative for the 2019 contest. Maruv emerged as the winner with the "Siren Song". Right after the show, it was announced that Maruv would sign a participation agreement, but she refused. On 25 February, UA:PBC officially announced Maruv's withdrawal and that they would select the representative via internal selection. On 27 February, UA:PBC announced the withdrawal of the country.

Duncan Laurence’s song “Arcade” has been met with widespread acclaim. The pared-back and thoroughly contemporary ballad has won fans for its visceral quality and highly artistic music video. The vision — and not just of a naked Duncan turning in water — has fans excited for what might unfold on stage in Tel Aviv.

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