Swedens Eurovision win sealed as Loreen branded Queen after comeback
Loreen – Euphoria – Live – Grand Final – 2012 Eurovision Song Contest
The first Eurovision semi-final kicked off on Tuesday night as the first 15 countries took to the stage to try and earn a spot in the finale on Saturday.
One of which included Sweden, who sailed through with Loreen’s impressive performance as she showcased her song Tattoo.
Before the competition had even begun the 39-year-old created an exciting buzz with many Eurovision viewers remembering her incredible 2012 win with the song Euphoria.
Back competing for the championship once again, her song has currently reached over a million plays on Spotify and fans are predicting Sweden will win once again.
Taking to Twitter, BurnoPranks wrote: “Loreen is not a queen, she’s the queen.”
Cherr_mh commented: “The absolute best performance #Eurovision2023 LOREEN YOU WILL ALWAYS BE THE QUEEN.”
Penelily12 added: “The queen is back. Loreen came back definitely. #Eurovision2023
Taecjin added: “QUEEN LOREEN MOTHER OF EUROPE SLAYED SO HARD TRULY WINNER VIBES #Eurovision2023.” [Sic]
Apolonija_13 Tweeted: “Ladies and gentlemen- your winner of #Eurovision2023 the Queen Loreen!!! [sic]Wow, what a voice, what a song. Job well done.”
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Currently, Sweden has odds of 4/7 to win according to William Hill with Finland coming in close with odds of 5/2.
William Hill spokesperson, Lee Phelps, said: “Sweden was always one of our favourites to triumph in Saturday’s Eurovision Grand Final, but Tuesday night’s semi-finals have seen Loreen take the outright winner market by the scruff of the neck.
“The Swedes are now the firm 4/7 frontrunners from 8/11 to equal the record for the most Eurovision titles, ahead of Nordic rivals Finland, who saw their price drift from 2/1 to 5/2 overnight.
“Other big movements in the outright winner market saw Ukraine move up to third in the betting at 15/2 from 9/1, whilst there was also heavy support for Israel, who saw their odds more than half from 25/1 to 12/1.”
Joining Sweden on Saturday night will be Croatia, Moldova, Switzerland, Finland, Czechia, Israel, Portugal, Serbia and Norway who all managed to earn a spot in the final.
However, Eurovision fans said goodbye to Latvia, Azerbaijan, Netherlands Malta and Ireland who failed to qualify.
On Thursday’s semi-final, viewers will watch Denmark, Armenia, Romania, Estonia, Belgium, Cyprus, Iceland and Greece.
Poland, Slovenia, Georgia, San Marino, Austria and Albania, will also all compete for a spot in the finale.
Eurovision continues Thursday on BBC One from 8pm
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