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Can Bonomo (C) represents Turkey at the Eurovision song contest in Azerbaijani capital Baku with his song ‘Love Me Back’ and finishes the contest in 7th rank. EPA photo
Can Bonomo, who represented Turkey in this year’s Eurovision song contest in the Azerbaijani capital Baku
and finished the competition in 7th place with his song “Love Me Back,” ranked 22nd out of 26 in the professional jury voting.
The Eurovision Committee has issued a report on the results of the song contest that was held on May 26. According to this report, the final of the event was viewed by 64 million people on television around the world.
Bonomo, who received 112 points in the general ranking, received 176 points in public voting and 50 points in professional jury voting. According to this result, Turkey thus had the highest difference between the public voting and professional jury voting among the 26 competing countries.
Russia, which took part in the contest with the Buranovskiye Babuski, and ranked second with 259 points, was in the second rank in public voting with 332 points and 11th rank in professional jury voting with 94 points.
Sweden, which won the contest with 372 points, keeps its first rank in both public voting (343 points) and professional jury voting (296 points).