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Own Eurovision Song Contest Winners Edition 4
Discover the Potential!
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Dates
Final date 26 October 2018
Host
Venue Türk Telekom Arena,
Istanbul, Turkey
Presenter(s) Kerem Bürsin
Executive supervisor Mihai1103
Executive producer Euroboy
Host broadcaster TRT
Opening act "Naucz mnie" by Sarsa
Participants
Number of entries 10
Vote
Voting system Each country awardes 12, 10, 8-1 points to their 10 favourite songs
Null points None
Winning song Russia Russia
"Hungry"
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Own Eurovision Song Contest Winners Edition 4 is an event edition organised to determine the Own Eurovision Song Contest's best song after ten editions, respectively from Own Eurovision Song Contest 41 to Own Eurovision Song Contest 50. Turkey was chosen as the host country and the venue was the Türk Telekom Arena in Istanbul.

The event took place on October 26, 2018. Fourteen countries from all Europe broadcasted the event and participated in the voting. Also for the second time in the Own Eurovision Song Contest Winners Edition, the public voting was used.

The event was won by Russia's artist i-La, performing "Hungry", who manage to receive 99 points, the song had originally won the Contest in the Own Eurovision Song Contest 46. Second place went to Scotland's "How Deep Is Your Love" performed by Calvin Haris & Disciples, in the past they had won the Contest in the Own Eurovision Song Contest 41. Third place got Poland's entry "Kaktus" performed by Bovska who won the competition in the Own Eurovision Song Contest 50.


Location

For more details on the host country, see Turkey.

Venue

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Istanbul
Location of the host city.

Türk Telekom Stadium is a football stadium serving as the home ground of the Süper Lig club Galatasaray S.K.. It is located in the Seyrantepe quarter of the Sarıyer district, on the European side of Istanbul, Turkey. The all-seater stadium has the capacity to host 52,223 spectators during football games. Türk Telekom Stadium was the first stadium in Turkey that met the UEFA Euro 2016 requirements during the country's bid to host the European Championship. In 2011, Türk Telekom Stadium was one of the six nominees for the Venue of the Year and New Venue categories of the Stadium Business Awards.

Bidding phase

The hosting submissions started on 29 August 2018. Two countries applied to host the event. Macedonia applied to host with the Boris Trajkovski Sports Center located in their capital city, and Turkey with Türk Telekom Arena in Istanbul.

The host was selected through a poll. Turkey was selected as the host for the event with 72.73% of the votes.

Country City Venue Capacity
Macedonia Macedonia Skopje Boris Trajkovski Sports Center 10.000
Turkey Turkey Istanbul Türk Telekom Arena 52.650

Host City

Istanbul, historically known as Byzantium and Constantinople, is the most populous city in Turkey and the country's economic, cultural, and historic center. Istanbul is a transcontinental city in Eurasia, straddling the Bosporus strait (which separates Europe and Asia) between the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea. Its commercial and historical center lies on the European side and about a third of its population lives on the Asian side. The city is the administrative center of the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (coterminous with Istanbul Province), both hosting a population of around 15 million residents. Istanbul is one of the world's most populous cities and ranks as the world's 5th-largest city proper and the largest European city. Istanbul is viewed as a bridge between the East and West.

Results

Each country awarded points from one to eight, then ten and finally twelve for their ten most popular songs. Unlike in the Contest proper, viewers were allowed to vote for songs which had represented their country.

Draw Country Artist Song Place Points
01 Scotland Scotland Calvin Harris & Disciples "How Deep Is Your Love" 2 98
02 Israel Israel Maya Buskila "Hishtagati" 6 91
03 Italy Italy Elisa "No Hero" 10 66
04 Poland Poland Margaret "Cool Me Down" 5 91
05 Egypt Egypt Nathalie Saba "Black Birds" 7 81
06 Russia Russia i-La "Hungry" 1 99
07 Ukraine Ukraine Tayanna "Osen'" 8 78
08 Finland Finland Diandra "Nadaa" 9 77
09 Russia Russia Sonya "Uhodi" 4 92
10 Poland Poland Bovska "Kaktus" 3 97

Scoreboard

Voting results Own Eurovision Song Contest Winners Edition 4
Flag of Italy Flag of Romania Flag of Denmark Flag of Poland Flag of Sweden Flag of Russia Flag of Finland Flag of Switzerland Flag of Andorra Flag of Norway Flag of United Kingdom Flag of Georgia Flag of Turkey Flag of Luxembourg Flag of Earth Points Place
"How Deep Is Your Love" 88 62 8 3 12 5 7 8 210 2 107 98 2
"Hishtagati" 7 10 10 3 65 6 4 6 3 84 6 112 91 6
"No Hero" 63 1 412 7 2 73 1 1 8 46 1 6610
"Cool Me Down" 2 712 810 8 36 125 7 5 1 3 2 91 5
"Black Birds" 12 5 21 1 27 10 8103 6 3 83 81 7
"Hungry" 10 63 6 4 10 88 1 6 6 7 127 5 991
"Osen" 112 4 5 5 44 2 10 44 110 210 788
"Nadaa" 42 7 10 7 6 10 1 52 5 37 4 4 779
"Uhodi" 3 48 73 121 3 4 1212 28 5 8 924
"Kaktus" 5 1 5 12 21 5 122 710 12 5 12 6 973

12 points

Below is a summary of the maximum 12 points each country awarded to their favorite song.

No. Song Nation(s) giving 12 points
4 Poland "Kaktus" Georgia, Luxembourg, Poland, Switzerland
3 Russia "Uhodi" Norway, Russia, United Kingdom
2 Poland "Cool Me Down" Andorra, Denmark
1 Egypt "Black Birds" Italy
Scotland "How deep is your love" Finland
Russia "Hungry" Turkey
Israel "Hishtagati" Rest of the World
Italy "No Hero" Sweden
Ukraine "Osen'" Romania

International broadcasts and voting

Fourteen countries from all Europe broadcasted the event and participated in the voting. Also a Rest of the World voting was used.

The following countries participated in the fourth Own Eurovision Song Contest Winners Edition:

See also

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