This is very much open to debate and personal preference, but we have put together a chronological list of what we think to be the 10 best Eurovision songs of all time. Due to the lack of a tie-breaker system at the time, the judges struggled to pick between four best Eurovision songs that year, eventually sharing the title between the UK, France, Netherlands and Spain. Upon its single release, the song reached No. It was temporarily banned and blacklisted during the Gulf War due to its potentially controversial title. The now globally-adored quartet scooped the gold for their home country of Sweden, in Beyond the now infamous outfits worn for the performance , the song itself is an example of how to assemble a perfect pop anthem — something the band went on to repeat and perfect for years following the contest. Adorned in flared trousers and equipped with easily imitable dance moves, this upbeat pop performance was voted in first place. The performance itself was pared down and put the song, which is catchy as hell, at the forefront. The Eurodance hit was completely infectious — perfect for the competition and dancefloors alike.
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Eurovision: Come Together saw the public vote for their favourites, on the night that this year's song contest was due to take place. The competition was cancelled in March amid the coronavirus pandemic. The Swedish foursome won it in in Brighton. The track, which topped the UK charts and set them on their way to fame, went on to sell nearly 6m copies. Speaking later on the night, Bjorn Ulvaeus from the band said he found it "hard to believe" that was where it began for them all those years ago. But it was Agnetha, Anni-Frid, Benny and Bjorn who ultimately triumphed, with their musical metaphor about the joys of surrendering to love. Presenter Graham Norton upheld the tradition of raising a glass to the late Sir Terry Wogan, who hosted the contest for nearly 30 years. The programme also showcased what would have been the UK entry this year - James Newman's My Last Breath - and Norton spoke to the singer via video link.
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The contest, which has been broadcast every year since its debut in with the exception of , is one of the longest-running television programmes in the world. The contest's winner has been determined using numerous voting techniques throughout its history; centre to these have been the awarding of points to countries by juries or televoters. The country awarded the most points is declared the winner. There have been 64 contests, with one winner each year except the tied contest , which had four. Twenty-seven countries have won the contest. Switzerland won the first contest in The country with the highest number of wins is Ireland , with seven. Logan is also one of only five songwriters to have written more than one winning entry " Hold Me Now " and " Why Me?
As the contest has grown, a different type of competition has emerged aside from a country trying to show off its ear for a catchy three-minute tune — bizarre costumes, staging, and choreography have opened up another way to make international pop history. As many of its most unforgettable moments prove, some of the best Eurovision competitors involve one country submitting a performance with simple hopes that millions of others will either tap their feet or get the joke. But in reality, the contest is filled with more self-awareness , as nations have taken to being tongue in cheek with their annual submissions. Below is a collection of performances that took a mad dash to the strange and unforgettable side of Eurovision history, many of them seemingly supported by countries without ever meaning to seriously win. Good luck getting these songs, and their performances, out of your head. Eurovision entries sometimes waver between bleeding-heart power ballads and eager dance tunes, but this one is silly just for the sake of it, advancing an attitude that would inform countless playful and memorable entries from the decades to come. Some countries seem to offer submissions that intentionally throw their chances of victory into the trash, but it was a Lithuanian supergroup that declared themselves winners from the very first sentence.