Eurovision Song Contest

About

International TV song contest created by Marcel Bezencon where each participating country elects one artist's song to represent them each year.

Trivia

It is one of the longest running TV programs in the world and is viewed by over 100 million people each year. 

#22
competition
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Premiered
September 12, 1956
Network
Multiple
Genre
Singing
#22
competition
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Winners

1
Celine Dion, 52
1988, Switzerland
2
Agnetha Faltskog, 70
1974, Sweden (ABBA)
3
Lena Meyer-Landrut, 29
2010, Germany
4
Netta Barzilai, 27
2018, Israel
5
Alexander Rybak, 34
2009, Norway
6
Mans Zelmerlow, 34
2015, Sweden
7
Conchita Wurst, 31
2014, Austria
8
Duncan Laurence, 26
2019, Netherlands
9
Loreen, 36
2012, Sweden
10
Jamala, 36
2016, Ukraine
11
Marija Serifovic, 35
2007, Serbia
12
Lulu, 71
1969, United Kingdom
13
Salvador Sobral, 30
2017, Portugal
14
Benny Andersson, 73
1974, Sweden (ABBA)
15
Frida Lyngstad, 74
1974, Sweden (ABBA)
16
Bjorn Ulvaeus, 75
1974, Sweden (ABBA)
17
Dima Bilan, 38
2008, Russia
18
Emmelie De Forest, 27
2013, Denmark
19
Tanel Padar, 39
2001, Estonia
20
Nigar Jamal, 39
2011, Azerbaijan (Ell & Nikki)
21
Toto Cutugno, 77
1990, Italy
22
Carola Haggkvist, 53
1991, Sweden
23
Ruslana, 47
2004, Ukraine
24
Johnny Logan, 66
1980/1987, Ireland
25
Dana International, 48
1998, Israel
26
Sertab Erener, 55
2003, Turkey
27
Sandie Shaw, 73
1967, United Kingdom
28
Udo Jurgens (1934-2014)
1966, Austria
29
Vicky Leandros, 70
1972, Luxembourg
30
Linda Martin, 67
1992, Ireland
31
Eldar Gasimov, 31
2011, Azerbaijan (Ell & Nikki)
32
Dana Rosemary Scallon, 68
1970, Amsterdam
33
Elisabeth Andreassen, 62
1985, Norway (Bobbysocks!)

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