Full results: UK at the bottom of the pile again – but who finished where at Eurovision 2021


This year’s Eurovision Song Contest title was awarded to Italy’s act Maneskin, who won with rock track Zitti E Buoni.

A mammoth 524 points means Italy will host next year’s contest, as per Eurovision tradition.

And for the second consecutive year, the UK finished last, with James Newman scoring nil points.

Maneskin from Italy celebrate with the trophy after winning the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest at Ahoy arena in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Saturday, May 22, 2021. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
Maneskin from Italy celebrates with the trophy after winning the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest at Ahoy arena in Rotterdam, Netherlands

Newman performed his self-penned dance track Embers and took the defeat in good humour drinking beer and standing up to applause from the live audience in the Ahoy Arena.

France came second, with Switzerland third, while Spain and Germany joined the UK at the bottom of the leader board.

Host Netherland’s finished 23rd, with 11 points, ending their two-year reign of the contest.

The contest had to be scrapped last year, owing to the emergence of the pandemic on the continent, meaning 2019’s winner Duncan Laurence had a two-year reign as champion.

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Eurovision was set against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic, meaning the Ahoy Arena in Rotterdam only had 3,500 fans inside.

Jeangu Macrooy , representing the Netherlands, couldn't recreate Netherland's 2019's victory
Jeangu Macrooy (second left), representing the Netherlands, couldn’t recreate Netherland’s 2019’s victory

Here is the full list of the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest:

1 – Italy, Maneskin – Zitti E Buoni (524 points)
2 – France, Barbara Pravi – Voilà (499 points)
3 – Switzerland, Gjon’s Tears – Tout l’Univers (432 points)
4 – Iceland, Da∂i Freyr og Gagnamagni∂ – 10 Years (378 points)
5 – Ukraine, Go_A – Shum (364 points)
6 – Finland, Blind Channel – Dark Side (301 points)
7 – Malta, Destiny – Je Me Casse (255 points)
8 – Lithuania, The Roop – Discoteque (220 points)
9 – Russia, Manizha – Russian Woman (204 points)
10 – Greece, Stefania – Last Dance (170 points)
11 – Bulgaria, Victoria – Growing Up is Getting Old (170 points)
12 – Portugal, The Black Mamba – Love Is On My Side (153 points)
13 – Moldova, Natalia Gordienko – SUGAR (115 points)
14 – Sweden, Tusse – Voices (109 points)
15 – Serbia, Hurricane – Loco Loco (102 points)
16 – Cyprus, Elena Tsagrinou – El Diablo (94 points)
17 – Israel, Eden Alene – Set Me Free (93 points)
18 – Norway, TIX – Fallen Angel (75 points)
19 – Belgium, Hooverphonic – The Wrong Place (74 points)
20 – Azerbaijan, Efendi – Mata Hari (65 points)
21 – Albania, Anxhela Peristeri – Karma (57 points)
22 – San Marino, Senhit – Adrenalina (50 points)
23 – The Netherlands, Jeangu Macrooy – Birth of a New Age (11 points)
24 – Spain, Blas Cantó – Voy A Querdarme (6 points)
25 – Germany, Jendrik – I Don’t Feel Hate (3 points)
26 – United Kingdom, James Newman – Embers (0 points)

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