Dutch singer Duncan Laurence won the 64th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday night with his song ‘Arcade’.
The Netherlands were favored by the bookmakers, with a sleek ballad, inspired by the disappearance of a loved one, which contrasted with the festive and glittering atmosphere that reigned in Tel Aviv, Israel, where the final took place of the competition. This is the first victory of the Netherlands in Eurovision for 44 years.
Italy comes in second with 465 points, followed by Russia at 369 points. As for Bilal Hassani, he gets 105 points and is in 14th position.