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The OGAE Second Chance Contest 2019 results have been revealed.

The 33rd edition of the contest took place tonight

After facing technical difficulties on Sunday, the 33rd edition of the OGAE Second Chance contest took place tonight. OGAE Italy had the pleasure of hosting this year’s contest in Udine, after winning the 32nd edition of the contest. France won the contest with their entry ‘Tous Les Deux”

Seemone participated in this year’s Destination Eurovision to try and represent France at the Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv. During the competition, she managed to place 2nd with 156 points.

24 entries, 1 winner!!!

The following 24 entries were chosen to represent the following nations. Australia made their debut after they selected their Eurovision 2019 participant through Eurovision: Australia Decides. In addition to Australia, Moldova and Croatia returned to the competition and Ukraine participated, despite their non-participation at Eurovision 2019.

The running order for the contest is as follows:

1Croatia: Lorena – Tower of Babylon
2Czech Republic: Barbora Mochowa – True Colours
3Hungary: The Middletonz – Roses
4Latvia: Edgars Kreilis – Cherry Absinthe
5Denmark: Julie and Nina – League of Light
6Albania: Mirud – Nene
7Estonia: Lumervav ft Inga – Milline Päev
8Sweden: Anna Bergendahl – Ashes to Ashes
9Portugal: Surma – Pugna
10Moldova: Maxim Zavidia – I Will Not Surrender
11Finland: Darude ft Sebastian Rejman – Superman
12Norway: Mørland – En Livredd Mann
13Iceland: Friðrik Ómar – Hvað ef ég get ekki elskað?
14Romania: Bella Santiago – Army of Love
15Ukraine: Kazka – Apart
16France: Seemone – Tous Les Deux
17Serbia: Ivana Vladović & Wonder Strings – Moje Bol
18Germany: Aly Ryan – Wear Your Love
19United Kingdom: Kerrie-Anne – Sweet Lies
20Australia: Electric Fields – 2000 and Whatever
21Spain: María Villar – Muérdeme
22Italy: Il Volo – Musica Che Resta
23Slovenia: Ula Lozar – Fridays
24Lithuania: Monika Marija – Light On

The voting has been intense, with France mostly maintaining the top spot, with Italy briefly overtaking them and even having a tie a moment or two. After all the votes from the clubs have been shown, it has been revealed that the gap between France and Italy was just two points.

The scoreboard after all of the voting has been counted

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