there countries closely related to their names Eurovision Song Contest. Iconic names in the music world like Abba (and Sweden’s kickback) will always stick with him. Although the hegemony in victories has changed a lot over the years, stand out on the overall winners listeven though it’s been many years since they last conquered the continent’s most important musical event. Others are not directly involved at this time.
Ireland leads the standings thanks to their victories 1970, 1980, 1987, 1992, 1993, 1994 and 1996. Of course, it has been 26 years since it became the most popular song in Europe. It is also worth noting that he does not participate every year, and the others do not make it to the finals. In total, the input In the ‘top 10’ of the Eurovision Song Contest 30 times and perhaps his most memorable performance is that of Eimear Quinn, who wore an impressive white dress on stage and won with ‘The Voice’.
Sweden in Eurovision automatically think abba. The Scandinavian country has won six times: 1974, 1984, 1991, 1999, 2012 and 2015. The first one was produced by the famous band that fascinated all of Europe with a song that would later become an anthem: ‘Waterloo’ is undoubtedly the most famous song in the history of the festival. His passing also created a reputation that continues to this day. Among the latest representatives, many will remember. Loreen who won with ‘Euphoria’ in 2012, Mans Zelmerlöw with the most votes with ‘Heroes’.
France ruled unopposed for the first few years festival, but luck eluded them for many years. Despite having fought for victory more than once this century, the neighboring country hardly remembers what it means to win. made in 1958, 1969, 1962, 1969 and 1977. In addition, the second most participating country surpassed only Germany (61 and 62, respectively). Veteran Marie Myriam retains the honor of being the last person to crown France in the Eurovision Song Contest.
As in the case of France, Luxembourg is another marvel that, among other things, hardly remembers the feeling of winning Eurovision. his last involvement dates back to 1993. beat the Europeans 1961, 1965, 1972, 1973 and 1983. It has another honor it shares only with Spain, Switzerland, Ireland and Israel: it’s one of five countries that won on its territory. The first to do this was Jean-Claude Pascal, who presented ‘Nous les amoureux’ and hit it off.
United Kingdom (5)
leading country. more years of uninterrupted participation (since 1959), but success has been elusive lately. Despite this, his record remains with his victories. 1967, 1969, 1976, 1981 and 1997. And 15 more commendable second-place finishes, an absolute record in history. Blue or Bonnie Tyler is among the most rooted names in British music, who attended to represent their country. Nevertheless, British downfall It leaves a very hard truth for UK eurofans: they have accumulated the last five positions over the last 20 years.
It is one of the few countries to attend the festival for the first time and its performance since then proves to be one of the best in Eurovision. With five wins (1957, 1959, 1969, 1975 and 2019), they missed the appointment only four times. In fact, in two of them, in 1995 and 2002, the Dutch authorities decided not to participate due to poor results in past editions. But all those dark moments are forgotten in 2019. Duncan Laurence sat at the piano and left Europe speechless With ‘Arcade’ interpretation. That is why the last of the festival was held in Rotterdam, where Maneskin won.