After the last stages of those interviews, they gave me feedback`
"Hey! Today our HR urgently took a day off, tomorrow I will contact you based on the results of those calls. Don't lose us :)"
what do you think about this?
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There might be plenty of reasons for them not contacting you (PTO, sick-leave, some other emergency or they were to busy or simply forgot). I would give them a couple of days - if they didn't reply with their feedback, just contact them..
In your situation I wouldn't push too hard, I'd wait till Monday and then write them an e-mail. I usually tend to only get exited once I have a written contract in my hands, everything before that point is a lot of speculation which can lead to disappointment.
Feel happy and confident about the fact that they see you as a valuable and promising candidate and continue to apply to other positions until you have a written offer in your hands..
Any of the following things, and others, are possible:
Their "urgent" issue took longer than planned.
They had to catch up on work they missed yesterday.
They had additional urgent tasks or meetings today.
They just plain forgot to message you.
All of these are reasonable reasons why they wouldn't message you as scheduled. Tomorrow (the day after "tomorrow" in the email), send them a reply saying something like "hey, I didn't hear from you yesterday, what's up?" and go from there.