The Eurovision 2023 final reached a massive milestone in the contest’s 67-year history. On 13 May, 26 countries returned to the Liverpool Arena to battle it out for the coveted first-place title and Eurovision trophy.
Due to Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine, the UK hosted the highly anticipated competition on behalf of the European country – who took home the title with Kalush Orchestra’s single Stefania in 2022.
While each artist delivered incredible performances full of showstopping vocals, unique dance routines and jaw-dropping sets, Sweden’s Loreen and her emotional single Tattoo came out on top.
With her historic win, the Euphoria singer became the second person – after Johnny Logan (who won for Ireland in both 1980 and 1987) – and the first-ever female artist to win twice.