- Portugal wins the Eurovision Song Contest 2017!
- Portugal in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017
- Eurovision 2017: Portugal's Salvador Sobral wins annual song contest
- Portugal wins Eurovision Song Contest 2017
Portugal wins the Eurovision Song Contest 2017!
Portugal participated in and won the Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Amar pelos dois", written by Luisa Sobral and performed by her brother.2017
Sobral and his entry hold the Eurovision record for the highest-scoring winner , having earned a total of points under the current voting system, after winning both the jury vote and televote. Sobral was born in Lisbon and has lived there most of his life. He spent time in Mallorca as an Erasmus student, where he sang in bars. On 2 August , Sobral released his debut single " Excuse Me " as the lead single from his debut studio album. On the same day he released his debut studio album Excuse Me.
A winner has been crowned! Which Portuguese city will we be flying to in for the 63rd Eurovision Song Contest? Tonight saw a total of 26 finalists competing for the Eurovision trophy this evening in the hope of bringing the competition to their home countries for Eurovision Song Contest. The first set of votes from tonight came from the 42 national juries which saw constant movements and changes in the top set of votes. Moving onto the second half of voting with the public televote results, which the points for each finalists being unveiled one after another by the hosts of the evening.
CelebrateDiversity pic. The Eurovision song contest has its winner! The contest, which aired in the U. Rowling urging Europe to vote for the U. Nothing would be funnier.
Portugal won the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time ever early Sunday with a melancholy ballad performed by a singer who suffers from a serious heart condition. The fado-tinged song "Amar Pelos Dois" was performed by year-old Salvador Sobral, who is awaiting a heart transplant. It scored a crushing victory, winning top marks both from the televoters and the countries' professional juries. The black-clad singer took to a small separate stage for his minimalist performance of the song composed by his sister Luisa. The ceremony in the capital of ex-Soviet Ukraine began with a glittering light show as the contestants took bows on a stage lit up in the colours of their respective national flags.
If anyone ever wonders about me Tell them I have lived solely to love you Before you I only existed Worn out and with nothing left to give. My love, listen to my pleas I beg you to come back, to want me again I know that one can't love by oneself But maybe with time you will learn to love me as well. If you heart won't be wiling to give in Won't be willing to feel or to suffer Without making plans of what will come ahead My heart can love for both of us instead. Portugal Eurovision Semi-final. Portugal was the winner of Eurovision with record breaking points.
Portugal in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017
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Eurovision 2017: Portugal's Salvador Sobral wins annual song contest
Eurovision has given us some pretty memorable winners over the past few years — including champion Salvador Sobral. The singer, who triumphed at the contest in Kiev with his gentle ballad Amar Pelos Dois, not only landed Portugal their first ever contest victory after 53 years of trying, but also won the hearts of fans and viewers with his superb performance on the night. He went on to win the contest with the highest score in Eurovision history — an impressive points — after winning both the jury and public televote on the night, the only artist to win both votes since the new scoring system was introduced in Having taken the Eurovision world by storm, Salvador took a break from music a few months later to focus on ongoing health issues, having suffered from a longstanding heart condition, giving an emotional final concert which saw him comforted by his sister Luisa as he broke down onstage. Luisa, who wrote Amar Pelos Dois, had previously stood in for him at Eurovision rehearsals in Kiev which he was unable to attend on health grounds — and she joined him on stage after Portugal had won Eurovision for a touching reprise of Amar Pelos Dois. Sobral; underwent a heart transplant in December of that year — and returned to the Eurovision stage in May to perform with Brazilian singer Caetano Veloso. More recently Sobral has returned to music, releasing his second album Paris, Lisboa on 29 March of this year.
Salvador Sobral - Amar Pelos Dois (Portugal) Eurovision 2017 - Official Music Video
Portugal wins Eurovision Song Contest 2017