The final of Eurovision 2022 was held in Turin on Saturday, May 14. Representatives of 25 countries participated in the contest. 20 of them were determined by the results of the two semifinals, held on May 10 and 12. Britain, Germany, Spain, Italy and France automatically qualify as finalists as the largest donors to the European Broadcasting Union (the organizer of the Eurovision Song Contest).
Traditionally, Italy won the right to host the Eurovision Song Contest in 2022 immediately after it won the 2021 contest.
Preparations for the 2022 contest began on May 23, 2021, immediately after Italy won the 2021 contest in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Martin Osterdal, executive supervisor of the competition on behalf of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), gave RAI, the competing Italian broadcaster, a stack of documents and a USB drive with the tools to get started for the next competition.
As a result of the vote, the winner was
What was the winning Eurovision song 2021?
As a result of voting, the Kalush band became the winner of the contest. Stefania (Kalush Orchestra)Track – Kalush