Ukraine won Eurovision 2022 in a historic evening in Turin. Folk-rap group Kalush Orchestra’s Stefania claimed the top prize after securing a huge number of points in the public vote, with the UK's Sam Ryder second.
Ryder was leading the points at the halfway stage after the jury vote, picking up the most amount of points by a UK act for decades.
Sam Ryder had picked up 283 points in the jury vote - 25 ahead of nearest rivals at the halfway stage, Sweden. But Ukraine won over 400 in the public vote to secure a huge 631 points and win the title. READ MORE: Ukraine - 631 points United Kingdom - 466 points Spain - 459 points Sweden - 438 points Serbia - 312 points Italy - 268 points Moldova - 253 points Greece - 215 points Portugal - 207 points Norway - 182 points Netherlands - 171 points Poland - 151 points Estonia - 141 points Lithuania - 128 points Australia - 125 points Azerbaijan - 106 points Switzerland - 78 points Romania - 65 points Belgium - 64 points Armenia - 61 points Finland - 38 points Czech Republic - 38 points Iceland - 20 points France - 17 points Germany - 6 pointsRead more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk