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The new, Joan Of Arc-inspired track features on Madonna's new album, 'Madame X' out on 14 June.
The 'Madame X' European tour itinerary will also include shows in Paris and Lisbon.
The pop icon will now also perform an additional series of shows in February.
In one of the closest competitions in recent years, the battle for top spot was a tight fight between Sweden, the Netherlands, Russia, Switzerland, Italy and North Macedonia.
The event will be broadcast on BBC One between 8pm and 11.40pm (BST) this evening.
The song's placing in 'The Breakfast Club' was the perfect marriage of song and movie.
Twenty countries have won through the selection heats and join the pre-qualified ‘Big Five’ countries: France, Germany, Italy, Spain and United Kingdom, in addition to this year’s host country Israel.
On the reggae-tinged song, the pair look to what is ahead, celebrate the present and also contemplate the past.
The iconic performer will play the London Palladium across six dates in January and February 2020.
It's the third song to appear off the iconic singer's new album, 'Madame X', which will be released on 14 June.
The tour will kick off on 12 September with the first of seven nights at New York's 2,100-capacity BAM Howard Gilman Opera House.
The pop superstar's new album, 'Madame X', is scheduled for release on 14 June.
The 2019 Billboard Music Awards returned to the MGM Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Wednesday, 1 May, with Drake breaking the record for the most awards.