Who won ESC 2011?

Who won ESC 2011?

Azerbaijan’s Ell and Nikki triumphed in the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest. Italy’s Raphael Gualazzi finished second and Sweden’s Eric Saade finished third.

Which country has won ESC most times?

With 7 victories, Ireland is the most successful country at the contest. Sweden won the contest 6 times, while Luxembourg, France, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom won 5 times.

Who hosted Eurovision 2011?

Anke Engelke, Judith Rakers and Stefan Raab hosted the 2011 edition.

Who won Junior Eurovision 2011?

The winner was the group Candy from Georgia with the song “Candy Music”. Netherlands and Belarus finished in second and third place, respectively. This was Georgia’s second victory in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest following a previous victory in 2008.

Did Blue Do Eurovision?

On 29 January 2011, the band Blue was revealed as the British entrant for the Eurovision Song Contest 2011.

Who won the Eurovision Song Contest in 2010?

The winner was Germany with the song “Satellite”, performed by Lena and written by Julie Frost and John Gordon. This was Germany’s second victory in the contest, following their win in 1982, and their first win as a unified country.

Where has Eurovision been held?

Having hosted the contest six times, Dublin, Ireland holds the record for having hosted the contest most often. It is followed by London and Luxembourg (each hosted 4 contests), then Copenhagen and Stockholm (each hosted 3 contests).

Has any country won Eurovision twice in a row?

Ireland first entered the Eurovision Song Contest in 1965. Johnny Logan became Ireland’s second Eurovision winner with What’s Another Year? in 1980 before going on repeat this success in 1987 with Hold Me Now. Logan became the only singer to win the contest twice as a singer, a record he still holds. …

Where is Junior Eurovision 2020?

Warsaw, Poland
The contest took place on 29 November 2020, and was held in Warsaw, Poland, following the country’s victory at the 2019 contest….

Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Final 29 November 2020
Venue TVP Headquarters, Warsaw, Poland

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