This year stand-ins got no chance to perform on public, but were allowed to publish their rehearsals post show.
For full results of all shows check: http://www.eurovision.tv/page/results
The prizes were as usual awarded by the contest producer Christer Björkman. Marcel Bezençon Awards are presented in three categories: Press prize, composers and artistic prize.
Russia's Sergei Lazarev with "You Are the Only One" won the press prize for the best entry, voted by the journalists accredited in Stockholm.
Australia's "Sound of Silence", written by the DNA (David Musumeci and Anthony Egizii), was named the best composition by the songwriters.
Ukrainian Jamala won the prize for best artistic achievement voted by the commentators on the spot, the prize awarded to the artist who made the strongest general impression in the performance.
Still calling it for Russia this year, with either Australia or Ukraine in second place
BUT I would love to see Austria do it, that would be simply amazing but unlikely to happen and of course I am totally hoping for a top 10 place for Georgia
Think that Russia will still pull this off, with a dark horse as Serbia and France possibly having their best score for years.
Would love to see Russia win this all in the end BUT at the same time Bulgaria should hopefully do well too, good luck to Poli
2. Czech Republic
3. The Netherlands
25. United Kingdom
I am really unsure about Ireland so may swop that with Macedonia or Belarus
Daniel is unsure about Albania and Belarus and might swop those with Slovenia and Latvia