Madrid, May 23 (EFE) .- The final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 that was broadcast on La 1 was the most watched this Saturday on television with an average audience of 4,071,000 viewers and a 29.4% share of the screen, that reached its peak, 42.6%, when the winner of the gala was revealed.
As reported by RTVE this Sunday in a statement, the votes, which gave victory to Italy, were the most watched of the day, with an average of 4,515,000 people (34.1%).
The performance of Spain, which took place after ten o’clock at night, gathered a total of 4,569,000 spectators and a share of 31.7%. The song “I’m going to stay” by Blas Cantó was followed by up to 4,763,000 people at some point.
The most watched minute of the day was also for Eurovision, when at the end of the gala the victory of Italy was revealed twelve minutes before one in the morning, with 4,857,000 viewers and a 42.6% audience share.
The final of the music contest made the public network the leader on Saturday, with an average audience of 15.9%.
The last edition of Eurovision, held in May 2019 (in 2020 there was no due to the pandemic), had an average audience of 5,449,000 viewers and a 36.7% audience share.