The Israel hosted 2019 Eurovision was picked as the best Eurovision of the last decade according to a poll published on the European Broadcasting Union's (EBU) Instagram page, which numbers approximately half a million viewers.
The Eurovision in Israel was produced by the Israeli public broadcaster Kan, only two years after its rocky foundation.
Kan CEO Eldad Koblenz, who promised the broadcaster would put on "the best Eurovision in history," now has the certificate to prove it.
"More so than any official prize, the votes we received from the public are definite proof that daring to dream pays off," said Koblenz.
"The public embrace gives us power and motivation to keep creating elegant, quality content. "
The Eurovision was held in Israel after Netta Barzilai won first place in the 2018 competition in Lisbon with her song "Toy."
The contest was produced by Zivit Davidovich and directed by Yuval Cohen.
"Now it's official!" wrote Cohen on his Facebook page, "our Eurovision was chosen as the best of the decade!"
The Kan production of the Eurovision encountered various financial difficulties, which forced the production company to borrow NIS 50 Million in order to meet the standards of the European Broadcasting Union.
Additionally, days before the start of the competition and with the competitors already in Israel, there was an escalation in the security situation in southern Israel, although the Eurovision went ahead without interruption.