The Winner Of The Eurovision Song Contest 2017 Is Portugal’s Salvador Sobral

The Eurovision Song Contest 2017 has crowned Salvador Sobral the winner. He represented Portugal with a song written by his sister Luísa Sobral, titled “Amar pelos dois”. It is the first time Portugal has ever won the contest, after entering 49 times.

This year has been extremely competitive, but once again, the Eurovision Song Contest has proven that the early favourites do not always win. The OGAE poll also was no indication of who would win the contest. The show will be held in Portugal next year since they won, but the chosen city won’t be revealed until much later on in the year.

At the end of the show, Salvador Sobral took to the stage again to sing the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 winning song “Amar pelos dois”; only this time, alongside his sister Luísa Sobral, the writer of the song.

Watch The Sobral Siblings’ Eurovision Winning Performance Of “Amar pelos dois” Here:

So, that’s it for another year. We’re glad that one of our favourite contestants won the show. According to our poll, Portugal was one of your favourites too, as Salvador Sobral was fifth in our poll, voted by you, the CelebMix readers.

We congratulate Portugal on winning the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. Congratulations to Salvador Sobral for winning the show with a song written by his sister, Luísa Sobral, titled “Amar pelos dois”. We will see you in Portugal for the 2018 contest.

Watch The Eurovision Song Contest 2017 Winner’s Press Conference Here:

Don’t forget to keep up-to-date with all Eurovision news with CelebMix. We hope you enjoyed all our articles. Make sure you check out our facts and stats article on all 42 competing countries and the acts that represented them, We also urge you to check out our Artist 101 profile on this year’s winner, Salvador Sobral.

What did you make of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017? Who was your favourite? Let us know all your thoughts on Twitter @CelebMix.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

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