Danish Thai singer Christina Chanée and her partner won the fourth highest votes in the EuroVision Grand Prix Finals on Saturday night in Oslo. Torwards the end of the voting rounds, it was the Swedish votes that finally placed Denmark on a fourth place.
The winner was Lena from Germany who received the highest number of points from televoters and juries from the 39 countries participating in this year’s TV-show Germany managed to gather 246 points altogether, followed by maNga from Turkey with 170 points and Ovi & Paula Selling from Romania who collected 162 points.
Several times during the voting, the Thai-Danish singer was on the second and third place but eventually, Turkey and Romania moved past her up on the list.
Read ScandAsia’s pre-interviews with Chanee here:
1. Denmark Brough Thailand to the Eurovision Song Contest
2. Chanee Worried About Her Family in Bangkok
From the Grand Finals on Saturday night in Oslo.
ScandAsia’s EuroVision Grand Prix Team – Rikke Bjerge Johansen (centre) and Jesper Kiby Denborg (right) – with some other good people in Oslo.