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20 May 2017, 08:04 | Terri Saunders
The 27-year-old Sobral was greeted by hundreds of ecstatic fans upon landing at Lisbon Airport. I want to be known as a musician.
With his gentle romantic ballad Amar Pelos Dois (Love For Both), Sobral captured 758 points in the contest, 143 more than second-placed Kristian Kostov, from Bulgaria, and gave Portugal its first ever win since it started competing in the worldwide event in 1964.
"This is a victory for music. music isn't fireworks, music is feeling".
Portugal's win means the 2018 "Eurovision Song Contest" will be held in Lisbon.
Officially venue bidding has yet to kick off in Portugal, however preparations are well and truly underway within the 63rd Eurovision host country, with RTP eagerly anticipating next year's competition.
He wrote on Facebook that "due to the shelling of Avdiivka and the death of peaceful civilians, I took a decision to cancel my presence at the Eurovision final".
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Francesco Gabbani of Italy had been the bookmakers' favourite but ended up sixth, even though his act seemed the epitome of Eurovision's cheerfully tacky aesthetics - singing a driving number about spirituality, accompanied by someone in a gorilla suit.
Portugal was celebrating their big win Saturday with President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa saying: "When we are very good, we're the best of the best. Well done Salvador Sobral!" the team posted on its official Twitter account.
"We live in a world of fast food music".
Moldova's Sunstroke Project finished a surprising third, with a bouncy, jazzy song called "Hey Mama" that featured a clever stage routine in which the female backup singers hid their microphones in bridal bouquets. The union, however, has been criticized for not barring "1944" previous year, allowing Russia-Ukraine tensions to fester.
She added: "Fantastic performance".
The song attained 758 points, ahead of Bulgaria in second on 615 points and Moldova in third on 374 points, and way up from last year's victor Jamala for Ukraine, which received 534 points.
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