Worldvision Second Chance Q2-2023

From IECO - International Eurofan's Countries Organisation
Worldvision Second Chance Q2-2023
Final11 July 2023
VenueAn Online Competition
Executive supervisorAus-icon.png Mark Solovyov
Host broadcastercontest of Smr-icon.png San Marino
Number of entries9
Debuting countriesDeu-icon.png Germany
Returning CountriesNone
Non-returning CountriesChn-icon.png China
Jpn-icon.png Japan
Swe-icon.png Sweden
Participation map
Voting systemEach country awarded 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2 and 1 point(s) to their 7 favourite songs
Winning songPrt-icon.png Portugal
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The Worldvision Second Chance Q2-2023 - was the 3rd edition of the Worldvision Second Chance that has been ever made. The contest took place on 11 July 2023.

Nine countries held their open national selections and two countries organized consultations to select an application from their shortlist for participation in Worldvision Q2-2023. Germany joined to the contest, while China, Japan and Sweden withdrew.

The winner was Portugal with the song "Melody", performed by Sigala. The United Kingdom, Australia, South Korea and Germany rounded out the top five.


The competition was held in an online version and did not assume a host country.


On June 5, 2023, it became known that nine countries were able to fully conduct their selections for Worldvision Q2-2023. According to the rules of the competition, all these countries qualify for the second chance competition. The competition was held in the format of one final.


Admission to countries was granted based on the presence of a national selection or their shortlisting or decision to change the song. Starting from this season, songs that take 2nd or 3rd place in the preselection can take part in the Second Chance.

Participating Countries

The countries listed below are eligible to participate after an open selection or the publication of a shortlist of applications for participation. Nine countries were allowed to participate in the second chance.


# Country Artist Song Language(s) Place Points
01 Lbn-icon.png Lebanon Rori Ma Place French 6 46
02 Aus-icon.png Australia Electric Fields Catastrophe English, Pitjantjatjara, Yankunytjatjara 3 52
03 Tha-icon.png Thailand First Kanaphan & Khaotung Thanawat Your World, My World English, Thai 9 17
04 Gbr-icon.png United Kingdom Sachi Down On Your Luck English 2 59
05 Prt-icon.png Portugal Sigala Melody English 1 68
06 Esp-icon.png Spain Pablo Alboran & Ana Mena Ave De Paso Spanish 7 27
07 Kor-icon.png South Korea Woosung Phase Me English 4 48
08 Deu-icon.png Germany Brynn Cartelli Gemini English 5 46
09 Hun-icon.png Hungary Azahriah Teveszmek Hungarian 8 24


Each country had a jury who awarded 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2, 1 point(s) to their top seven songs.

Grand Final voting results
Total score
United Kingdom
South Korea
Lebanon 46 1 10 6 1 10 6 12
Australia 52 8 1 8 10 1 12 8 4
Thailand 17 2 4 8 2 1
United Kingdom 59 4 12 2 12 10 8 10 1
Portugal 68 12 10 8 2 12 2 12 10
Spain 27 2 8 1 4 4 2 6
South Korea 48 10 4 12 2 8 4 8
Germany 46 6 6 6 10 6 4 6 2
Hungary 24 1 4 12 6 1

12 Points

12 points awarded by the countries
# Recipient Countries giving 12 points
3 Prt-icon.png Portugal Deu-icon.png Germany, Lbn-icon.png Lebanon, Esp-icon.png Spain
2 Gbr-icon.png United Kingdom Aus-icon.png Australia, Prt-icon.png Portugal
1 Aus-icon.png Australia Kor-icon.png South Korea
Kor-icon.png South Korea Tha-icon.png Thailand
Lbn-icon.png Lebanon Hun-icon.png Hungary
Hun-icon.png Hungary Gbr-icon.png United Kingdom


  • Deu-icon.png Germany - initially, Claudia Valentina was supposed to represent the country with the song "4:15", but later it turned out that the composition violated the rules of the competition by the release date - the composition was released in 2020, while according to the rules of the season, the composition should not have been published no earlier than January 1, 2021. The entry was eventually changed to "Gemini" by Brynn Cartelli.
  • Lbn-icon.png Lebanon - After the end of the voting, it was reported that Lebanon did not send its scores to the organizers of the competition and as a result, Lebanon's scores were compiled from the average of the votes of Thailand, Korea and Hungary. For the next season of Second Chance, Lebanon will be excluded from participation even if there is a selection.