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List of Eurovision Song Contest winners – Wikipedia

68 rows · The first Eurovision Song Contest was not won on points, but by votes (two per country), and only the winner was announced. [2] There have been 63 contests, with one winner each year except the tied 1969 contest , which had four.

1956 24 May Lugano Switzerland
1957 3 March Frankfurt Netherlands
1958 12 March Hilversum France
1959 11 March Cannes Netherlands

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Eurovision Song Contest Winners – All The Videos

The complete video collection of every Eurovision Song Contest Winner. From the very first Eurovision Song Contest in 1956, right through to this year’s winner.

Eurovision Song Contest 2019 – Wikipedia

The Eurovision Song Contest 2019 will be the 64th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. Irish Eurovision winner Charlie McGettigan has also called for RTÉ to boycott the event, stating ”Look, we don’t agree with this, to …

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Eurovision 2018 Final: How Much Money the Winner …

The lucky musical act that wins the 63rd Eurovision Song Contest this Saturday in Lisbon, Portugal, can look forward to fame, glory and a glass trophy in the shape of a microphone. But the victors won’t receive any prize money. Despite being in a league with shows like America’s Got Talent

Israel’s Netta wins 2018 Eurovision Song Contest with …

Israel won the 2018 Eurovision contest with Netta Barzilai’s song ”Toy,” beating Cyprus and Austria in the popular vote. This is the first time since 1998 that Israel wins the song contest, and fourth time overall. The first time Israel won was in 1978 with the song ”Ah-Bah-Nee-Bee,” performed by

Eurovision Song Contest – Winners, Info, Trivia | Famous

Learn about Eurovision Song Contest discover its winners ranked by popularity, see when it premiered, view trivia, and more.

Eurovision Song Contest 2019: Calendar

Eurovision Song Contest is normally held every year in May. The earliest Eurovision date was in 1957, on 3rd March and the latest was in 1999 when it was held on 29th May select year or country

Eurovision Song Contest – Official Site

The official website of the Eurovision Song Contest, with the latest news, photos, videos, info about the participants and its rich history.

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