Posted by on May 11, 2024 10:48 pm
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Olly Alexander and Nemo performing at Eurovision (Images: Eurovision/Corinne Cumming)

Nemo, Switzerland’s entry, won the Eurovision Song Contest in Malmo, Sweden tonight (Saturday 11 May 2024).

Nemo, who is nonbinary and goes by them/them pronouns, won with the song ‘The Code’, which addresses the subject of gender identity.

After the very last vote had come in, ‘The Code’ won with a points tally of 591.

The UK’s entry, former Years & Years singer Olly Alexander, finished in 18th place with his track ‘Dizzy’.

Olly received zero in the public vote. Croatia’s Baby Lasagne came second overall.

Tonight’s Grand Final, hosted by Petra Mede and Malin Maria Åkerman, also featured a performance from last year’s winner Loreen, who won for Sweden with ‘Tattoo’.

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