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  • Writer's pictureDale Roberts

OGAE Song Contest 2023 results




Tonight, OGAE Australia revealed the results of the OGAE Song Contest in a live viewing party.


For those not familiar, the OGAE International Network (French: Organisation Générale des Amateurs de l'Eurovision, English: General Organization of Eurovision Fans) is the network of official Eurovision fan clubs.


The OGAE Song Contest sees national clubs enter an original song from their nation released in the previous 12 months and sung in one of the country's official languages.


Among the entries selected by OGAE clubs to represent them were Harry Styles for the UK, Kylie Minogue for Australia, Niall Horan for Ireland and Zara Larsson for Sweden. Also in the running was Slimane for France who is competing for the nation at Eurovision 2023.

So who won? Let's take a look at the results:


In a close race UK's Harry Styles with 'As It Was' snuck in front of Australia's own Kylie Minogue with 'Padam Padam' to win!





It is the fourth time in five years the UK has won. Previously Steps, Lewis Capaldi and Dua Lipa won between 2018 and 2020. Australia's Tones and I broke the streak with a win in 2021.


The full results were:





1. Harry Styles - 'As It Was' (United Kingdom) - 255 points

2. Kylie Minogue - 'Padam Padam' (Australia) - 237

3. Annalisa - 'Mon Amour' (Italy) - 177

4. Zara Larsson - 'Can't Tame Her' (Sweden) - 138

5. Triquell - 'Jugular' (Andorra) - 116

6. KEiiNO - 'Nights of Thunder' (Norway) - 106

7. Aitana - 'Los Ángeles' (Spain) - 93

8. Mikolas Josef - 'Boys Don't Cry' (Czechia) - 81

9. Michael Schulte - 'With You' (Germany) - 76

10. Malena - 'Flashing Lights' (Armenia) - 71

11. Konstantinos Argiros - 'Elpida' (Greece) - 67

12. Two Hearts - 'Eurovusion (Open Up)' (Rest of the World) - 60

13. Slimane - 'Des millers de je t'aime' (France) - 54

14. Calema, Nuno Ribeiro & Mariza - 'Maria Joana' (Portugal) - 52

15. Teya Dora - 'Džanum' (Serbia) - 30

16. Niall Horan - 'The Show' (Ireland) - 29

17. Stefan - 'Kiri Külmkapi Peal' (Estonia) - 27

18. Artem Pivovarov - 'Manifest' (Ukraine) - 28

19. Eni Jurišić & Matija Cvek - 'Trebaš Li Me' (Croatia) - 25

20. Pajak ft. Antonia Gigovska - 'Habibi' (North Macedonia) - 20

21. Oscar and the Wolf - 'Warrior' (Belgium) - 15

22. Margaret - 'Tańcz głupia' (Poland) - 13

23. Aidan - 'Madam' (Malta) - 9

24. KUUMA - 'Tulipalo' (Finland) - 7

25. Loukas Yorkas - 'Μέχρι Τον Ουρανό' (Cyprus) - 6

26. Tobias Rahim - 'Når Mænd Græder' (Denmark) - 5

27. Pia Maria - 'White Noise' (Austria) - 2

28. Eva Boto - 'Nočem, da greš' (Slovenia) - 1

=29. Azahriah - 'Four Moods' (Hungary) - 0

=29. Citi Zēni ft. Labvēlīgais Tips - 'Baļļīte' (Latvia) - 0

=29. Günes - 'NKBÍ' (Turkiye) - 0


During the show, Australian Eurovision queen Dami Im as well as Kataryna from Go_A made special appearances.


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