Who won the 2012 Eurovision?

Who won the 2012 Eurovision?

LoreenEurovision Song Contest 2012 / WinnerLorine Zineb Nora Talhaoui, known professionally as Loreen is a Swedish multi-genre singer, songwriter and record producer. Representing Sweden, she won the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku, with her entry “Euphoria”. The song reached number one in many European countries, including Germany and Sweden. Wikipedia

Who won 2011 Eurovision?

Ell and Nikki
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.

Is Euphoria the best Eurovision song ever?

‘Euphoria’ – chart success 1 in seventeen countries, making it the most successfully charting Eurovision song ever, it even charted better than the ABBA’s ‘Waterloo’ which won Eurovision for Sweden back in 1974. In Sweden, ‘Euphoria’ peaked at No. 1 where it held the position for six weeks.

How many points did UK get in Eurovision 2011?

100 points
As a member of the “Big Five”, the United Kingdom automatically qualified to compete in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest. Performing in position 14, the United Kingdom placed 11th out of the 25 participating countries with 100 points.

Who did Abba represent in Eurovision?

They represented Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest 1974 in Brighton with the song Waterloo, after finishing in third place in Melodifestivalen 1973 with the song “Ring Ring”. They stormed to victory, giving Sweden its first win and vaulting the group towards international superstardom.

What is the biggest selling Eurovision song?

Save Your Kisses For Me
In 1976 Brotherhood of Man won the Eurovision Song Contest with Save Your Kisses For Me. The song went on to be one of the biggest selling records of all time.

Who represented the UK in the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest?

Engelbert Humperdinck
British crooner Engelbert Humperdinck is to represent the UK at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. The 75-year-old, dubbed the “King of Romance”, is best known for his 1967 hit Release Me, which kept The Beatles’ Strawberry Fields Forever off the number one spot.