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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky vows to host next Eurovision contest in embattled city after country's win

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The President of Ukraine has announced that he wants to host the next Eurovision Song Contest in Ukraine following the country's win.

Last night (May 15) Ukraine won the hearts of viewers around the world after the band Kalush Orchestra performed their song Stefania, which has become a popular anthem among Ukrainians during the war.

Ukraine won a huge 439 points in the public vote and 631 points overall to claim the title, having been frontrunners and the favourites to win since Russia’s invasion.

Followed closely behind was the UK after Sam Ryder's performance which earned us 446 points and second place in the singing contest.

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