Duncan Laurence secured a fifth win for the Netherlands at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, the nation’s first win in 44 years. Duncan’s song ‘Arcade’ topped the leaderboard at the end of Saturday night’s Grand Final which was held in Tel Aviv in Israel. He scored a total of 498 points, just 26 points ahead of second place Mahmood for Italy.
Artist: Duncan Laurence
Country: The Netherlands
Betting Odds: 5/2f
Relatively unknown singer Duncan Laurence was chosen by the Netherlands to carry the torch for them at Eurovision 2019. He will sing the song ‘Arcade’. Find out what we thought of the small town boy in a big arcade…
The Eurovision NI World Cup returns for the fourth consecutive year in 2019. Group D saw Oto Nemsadze, Michael Rice, Michela Pace, Chingiz and Duncan Laurence do battle for Georgia, United Kingdom, Malta, Azerbaijan and the Netherlands respectively for the two spots in the next round. You’ve been voting since Thursday and now it’s time to reveal the results!
The Eurovision NI World Cup returns for the fourth consecutive year and we continue the competition with Group D. Group D consists of Georgia, United Kingdom, Malta, Azerbaijan and the Netherlands. Take a look at their songs below and vote for your favourite in our poll!
Duncan Laurence will represent the Netherlands at Eurovision 2019. Find out more about the Dutch singer with our 10 Things About…Duncan Laurence!
Duncan Laurence is the Dutch pick for Eurovision in 2019. His song is called ‘Arcade’ check out the lyrics below.
All has been quiet from the Dutch camp since they announced their entry as Duncan Laurence a few weeks ago. Now is the time to reveal his song for the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. The song’s title is ‘Arcade’ and it was debuted earlier today. Check it out.
Eurovision announcements are like buses! You wait ages for one and then loads come at once! Last night Spain chose Miki for Eurovision 2019, this morning Serhat was chosen to return to the Contest for San Marino and The Netherlands become the latest country to announce their intentions, choosing Duncan Laurence to represent them in Tel Aviv in May.