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Zdob și Zdub performing at the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest.

2003 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 26) Cry Baby - Jemini. 'Cry Baby', written and composed by Martin Isherwood, was the United Kingdom's entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 2003, and was performed by the duo Jemini. To date, it is the only song ever entered by the United Kingdom to earn no points ('nul points') from any other countries. It was also the first ever English language song to receive no points. The song is a simple pop... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cry_Baby_%28Jemini_song%29

2003 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 26) Cry Baby - Jemini. 'Cry Baby', written and composed by Martin Isherwood, was the United Kingdom's entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 2003, and was performed by the duo Jemini. To date, it is the only song ever entered by the United Kingdom to earn no points ('nul points') from any other countries. It was also the first ever English language song to receive no points. The song is a simple pop... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cry_Baby_%28Jemini_song%29

1985 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 4) Love Is - Vikki Watson. 'Love Is', written and composed by James Kaleth and Vikki Watson, was the United Kingdom's entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1985, performed by the latter composer, Vikki Watson, credited at Eurovision and on the single as Vikki. The first female soloist to compete for UK at Eurovision since Olivia Newton-John with 'Long Live Love' at Eurovision 1974 and also the first…

1985 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 4) Love Is - Vikki Watson. 'Love Is', written and composed by James Kaleth and Vikki Watson, was the United Kingdom's entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1985, performed by the latter composer, Vikki Watson, credited at Eurovision and on the single as Vikki. The first female soloist to compete for UK at Eurovision since Olivia Newton-John with 'Long Live Love' at Eurovision 1974 and also the first…

1980 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 3) Love Enough For Two - Prima Donna. 'Love Enough For Two' was the British entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1980, performed in English by Prima Donna. The song is uptempo and about the love between two people. The song was performed 13th on the night, following Germany's Katja Ebstein with 'Theater' and preceding Portugal's José Cid with 'Um Grande, Grande Amor'. At the close of voting...  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_Enough_for_Two

Eurovision Song Contest 1980 - Prima Donna - "Love Enough For Two" - United Kingdom - 106 Points- place points from Sweden)

Head Design done by Tatiana Arnaut and Boryana Vatova [ Large-scale joint project organized by Eurovision and Bulgarian National Television [Heild in Bulgaria] #JESC2015 MODEL: Poli Genova https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poli_Genova PHOTOSHOOT: done by variety of photographers

Head Design done by Tatiana Arnaut and Boryana Vatova [ Large-scale joint project organized by Eurovision and Bulgarian National Television [Heild in Bulgaria] #JESC2015 MODEL: Poli Genova https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poli_Genova PHOTOSHOOT: done by variety of photographers

2006 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 19) Teenage Life - Daz Sampson. 'Teenage Life' was the British entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2006, which was sung by Daz Sampson in English. On 4 March 2006, Sampson had won the BBC show Making Your Mind Up with the song 'Teenage Life', which was written and produced with John Matthews (aka Ricardo Autobahn) from the Cuban Boys, who were responsible for the Hampster Dance hit 'Cognoscenti Vs. Intelligentsia' in…

2006 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 19) Teenage Life - Daz Sampson. 'Teenage Life' was the British entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2006, which was sung by Daz Sampson in English. On 4 March 2006, Sampson had won the BBC show Making Your Mind Up with the song 'Teenage Life', which was written and produced with John Matthews (aka Ricardo Autobahn) from the Cuban Boys, who were responsible for the Hampster Dance hit 'Cognoscenti Vs. Intelligentsia' in…

1973 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 3) Power To All Our Friends - Cliff Richard. 'Power To All Our Friends' is a song by Cliff Richard. He entered it as the British entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 1973. It came third. It was selected by a postal vote decided by BBC Television viewers after he performed all six songs on A Song For Europe featured on Cilla Black's BBC1 Saturday evening show Cilla. It was released in the UK as a single in... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_to_All_Our_Friends

1973 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 3) Power To All Our Friends - Cliff Richard. 'Power To All Our Friends' is a song by Cliff Richard. He entered it as the British entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 1973. It came third. It was selected by a postal vote decided by BBC Television viewers after he performed all six songs on A Song For Europe featured on Cilla Black's BBC1 Saturday evening show Cilla. It was released in the UK as a single in... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_to_All_Our_Friends

1990 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 6) Give A Little Love Back To The World - Emma. 'Give A Little Love Back To The World', written and composed by Paul Curtis, was the United Kingdom's entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1990, performed by Emma. At the age of 15, Emma was the youngest-ever entrant on behalf of the United Kingdom at Eurovision. Emma won the right to perform at Zagreb by winning the UK national final... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Give_a_Little_Love_Back_to_the_World

1990 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 6) Give A Little Love Back To The World - Emma. 'Give A Little Love Back To The World', written and composed by Paul Curtis, was the United Kingdom's entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1990, performed by Emma. At the age of 15, Emma was the youngest-ever entrant on behalf of the United Kingdom at Eurovision. Emma won the right to perform at Zagreb by winning the UK national final... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Give_a_Little_Love_Back_to_the_World

1994 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 10) Lonely Symphony (We Will Be Free) - Frances Ruffelle. 'Lonely Symphony (We Will Be Free)' was the United Kingdom entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1994 in Dublin, Ireland. The song was written by George De Angelis, Mark Dean and sung by Frances Ruffelle in English.  Performing sixth on the night, following Iceland's Sigga singing 'Nætur' and preceding Croatia's Tony Cetinski... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lonely_Symphony_%28We_Will_Be_Free%29

1994 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 10) Lonely Symphony (We Will Be Free) - Frances Ruffelle. 'Lonely Symphony (We Will Be Free)' was the United Kingdom entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1994 in Dublin, Ireland. The song was written by George De Angelis, Mark Dean and sung by Frances Ruffelle in English. Performing sixth on the night, following Iceland's Sigga singing 'Nætur' and preceding Croatia's Tony Cetinski... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lonely_Symphony_%28We_Will_Be_Free%29

1969 Eurovision Joint- Winner (United Kingdom) - Boom Bang A Bang - Lulu. 'Boom Bang-a-Bang' was the United Kingdom entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 1969. It was sung by Lulu, and was co-written by Alan Moorhouse and Peter Warne (the latter also known as Michael Julien). It was the joint winner with three other entries. These entries were Salomé singing 'Vivo Cantando' for Spain, Lenny Kuhr singing 'De Troubadour' for the Netherlands and... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boom_Bang-a-Bang

Eurovision Song Contest 1969 : Lulu - "Boom-Bang-A-Bang" - United Kingdom - 18 points - place

1988 Eurovision Winner (Switzerland) - Ne Partez Pas Sans - Céline Dion. 'Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi' (Don't Leave Without Me) is the Swiss winning entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1988, performed by Celine Dion. It was released as a single in Europe in May 1988. Dion performed 'Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi' for 600 million viewers worldwide at the contest. The song was composed by Turkish songwriter Atilla Şereftuğ and Swiss composer... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ne_partez_pas_sans_moi

1988 Eurovision Winner (Switzerland) - Ne Partez Pas Sans - Céline Dion. 'Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi' (Don't Leave Without Me) is the Swiss winning entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1988, performed by Celine Dion. It was released as a single in Europe in May 1988. Dion performed 'Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi' for 600 million viewers worldwide at the contest. The song was composed by Turkish songwriter Atilla Şereftuğ and Swiss composer... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ne_partez_pas_sans_moi

1998 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 2) Where Are You? - Imaani. 'Where Are You?' was the United Kingdom entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 1998, performed in English by Imaani, held in Birmingham, United Kingdom. The song was composed by Scott English, Phil Manikiza and Simon Stirling. The song is a fairly up-tempo ballad and describes a woman who is trying to find her lover... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Where_Are_You%3F_%28Imaani_song%29

1998 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 2) Where Are You? - Imaani. 'Where Are You?' was the United Kingdom entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 1998, performed in English by Imaani, held in Birmingham, United Kingdom. The song was composed by Scott English, Phil Manikiza and Simon Stirling. The song is a fairly up-tempo ballad and describes a woman who is trying to find her lover... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Where_Are_You%3F_%28Imaani_song%29

2010 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 25) That Sounds Good To Me - Josh Dubovie. 'That Sounds Good To Me' is a song written and composed by Pete Waterman, Mike Stock and Steve Crosby that finished last when it represented the United Kingdom at the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 held in Oslo, Norway. The song and performer was revealed as Josh Dubovie on 12 March 2010 who won Eurovision: Your Country Needs You. The song was initially written by... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/That_Sounds_Good_to_Me

2010 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 25) That Sounds Good To Me - Josh Dubovie. 'That Sounds Good To Me' is a song written and composed by Pete Waterman, Mike Stock and Steve Crosby that finished last when it represented the United Kingdom at the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 held in Oslo, Norway. The song and performer was revealed as Josh Dubovie on 12 March 2010 who won Eurovision: Your Country Needs You. The song was initially written by... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/That_Sounds_Good_to_Me

1984 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 7) Love Games - Belle & The Devotions. 'Love Games', written and composed by Paul Curtis and Graham Sacher, was the United Kingdom's entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1984, performed by the trio Belle And The Devotions, which was headed by Kit Rolfe. Belle and the Devotions won the right to perform at Luxembourg by winning the UK national final, A Song For Europe, where they were... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_Games_%28Belle_and_the_Devotions_song%29

1984 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 7) Love Games - Belle & The Devotions. 'Love Games', written and composed by Paul Curtis and Graham Sacher, was the United Kingdom's entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1984, performed by the trio Belle And The Devotions, which was headed by Kit Rolfe. Belle and the Devotions won the right to perform at Luxembourg by winning the UK national final, A Song For Europe, where they were... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_Games_%28Belle_and_the_Devotions_song%29

1970 Eurovision Winner (Ireland) - All Kinds Of Everything - Dana. 'All Kinds Of Everything' is a song written by Derry Lindsay and Jackie Smith; as performed by Dana, it won the Eurovision Song Contest 1970. 'All Kinds Of Everything' represented a return to the ballad form from the more energetic performances which had dominated Eurovision the previous years. Dana sings about all the things which remind her of her sweetheart, with... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All_Kinds_of_Everything

1970 Eurovision Winner (Ireland) - All Kinds Of Everything - Dana. 'All Kinds Of Everything' is a song written by Derry Lindsay and Jackie Smith; as performed by Dana, it won the Eurovision Song Contest 1970. 'All Kinds Of Everything' represented a return to the ballad form from the more energetic performances which had dominated Eurovision the previous years. Dana sings about all the things which remind her of her sweetheart, with... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All_Kinds_of_Everything

1977 Eurovision Winner (France) - L'oiseau Et L'enfant - Marie Myriam. 'L'oiseau Et L'enfant' (The Bird And The Child) was the winning song in the Eurovision Song Contest 1977 performed in French by Marie Myriam, who represented France. The song was composed by Jean Paul Cara and written by Joe Gracy. This is currently the last song to win for France. The song was the eighteenth and final song performed on the night... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L'oiseau_et_l'enfant

1977 Eurovision Winner (France) - L'oiseau Et L'enfant - Marie Myriam. 'L'oiseau Et L'enfant' (The Bird And The Child) was the winning song in the Eurovision Song Contest 1977 performed in French by Marie Myriam, who represented France. The song was composed by Jean Paul Cara and written by Joe Gracy. This is currently the last song to win for France. The song was the eighteenth and final song performed on the night... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L'oiseau_et_l'enfant

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