Who has won Eurovision 7 times?

IrelandIreland has won the Eurovision Song Contest a record 7 times in total.

Who has won Eurovision the most amount of times?


Of all the countries that have sung their lungs out for the coveted prize, Ireland have won the competition more than any. As of 2021, Ireland has taken the crown a total of seven times.

Who won Eurovision 3 years in a row?

Ireland holds the record for the most victories: seven wins including three consecutive wins. The country has also achieved second place four times and third once.

Has anyone won Eurovision more than once?

Twenty-seven countries have won the contest. Switzerland won the first contest in 1956. The country with the highest number of wins is Ireland, with seven. The only person to have won more than once as performer is Ireland's Johnny Logan, who performed "What's Another Year" in 1980 and "Hold Me Now" in 1987.

Who won Eurovision 4 times?

Ireland won a record 7 times, Luxembourg, France and the United Kingdom 5 times. Sweden and the Netherlands won 4 times.

What is the biggest selling Eurovision song of all time?

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 held the longest note in Eurovision?

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In the song 'Húsavík', Molly Sandén holds a note for a whopping 18 seconds at the climax of the song.

Who won Eurovision 6 times?


Sweden won the contest 6 times, while Luxembourg, France, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom won 5 times.

Has anyone ever got 0 points in Eurovision before?

To date, there have been 39 victims of "nul points" as total score, with 2 entries failing to get a single point in the semi-finals and 37 in the grand final. 18 other entries got zero points on one half of the split vote system (12 in the grand final, 6 in the semi-finals).

Who are the big 5 in Eurovision?

The 'Big Five' are the Participating Broadcasters from France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom — the group of countries who via their broadcasters make the biggest financial contribution towards the organisation of the Contest.

What was the most viewed Eurovision?

The most watched Eurovision performances of all time:

  • 8) Lordi — 'Hard Rock Hallelujah' …
  • 7) Netta — 'Toy' …
  • 6) Måns Zelmerlöw — 'Heroes' …
  • 5) Loreen — 'Euphoria' …
  • 4) Hadise — 'Düm Tek Tek' …
  • 3) SunStroke Project & Olia Tira — 'Run Away' …
  • 2) Måneskin — 'Zitti e buoni' …
  • 1) Alexander Rybak — 'Fairytale' Country: Norway.

Has anyone become famous from Eurovision?

Celine became such a successful pop star after her Eurovision appearance, that most people forgot this is how she got her first big break. Despite being French-Canadian, Celine represented Switzerland in 1988, and won the event with the tune 'Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi'.

What is the most successful Eurovision song?

ABBA is the most successful Eurovision Song Contest winner. The Swedish pop band won the contest in 1974 and has enjoyed phenomenal success ever since, despite officially splitting up in 1983. The most covered Eurovision Song Contest song is Domenico Mudugno's Nel Blu Di Pinto Di Blu, also known as Volare.

What is the biggest selling Eurovision song?

Save Your Kisses For Me

The record-winning total still stands to this day in the contest. The song 'Save Your Kisses For Me' was the biggest-selling Eurovision song of all time selling a phenomenal five million records worldwide, topping the charts in 33 countries.

Who won Eurovision last 10 years?

All the winners from the history of Eurovision Song Contest

Year Winner Song
2018 Lisbon Israel Toy Netta
2017 Kyiv Portugal Amar Pelos Dois Salvador Sobral
2016 Stockholm Ukraine 1944 Jamala
2015 Vienna Sweden Heroes Måns Zelmerlöw

Has ABBA won Eurovision?

The winner was Sweden with the song "Waterloo", performed by ABBA, who would later go on to become one of the best-selling acts in pop music history.

Has there ever been a draw in Eurovision?

The surrealist Spanish artist Salvador Dalí was responsible for designing the publicity material for the 1969 contest. It was the first time that the contest resulted in a tie for first place, with four countries each gaining 18 votes.

Why is Israel in Eurovision?

Countries Israel. Israel made its debut in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1973 as the first non-European country granted permission to participate in the event. The EBU allowed Israel to participate since the country's broadcaster was already one of its members.

Who pays Eurovision?

Eurovision is a non-profit event, and financing is typically achieved through a fee from each participating broadcaster, contributions from the host broadcaster and the host city, and commercial revenues from sponsorships, ticket sales, televoting and merchandise.

Who became famous after Eurovision?

The crown jewel of past Eurovision winners is ABBA, the band that went on to inspire one of the greatest musicals (and subsequent films) of all-time: Mamma Mia!

What is considered the best Eurovision song ever?


1: ABBA: Waterloo (Sweden, 1974)

It is also consistently voted the top Eurovision song of all time – and for good reason.

Why is Turkey not in Eurovision anymore?

Withdrawal. TRT announced they would not participate in the 2013 contest on 14 December 2012, citing dissatisfaction with the rules of the competition; they have yet to return.

What is the biggest selling Eurovision Song?

Save Your Kisses For Me

The record-winning total still stands to this day in the contest. The song 'Save Your Kisses For Me' was the biggest-selling Eurovision song of all time selling a phenomenal five million records worldwide, topping the charts in 33 countries.

Has any country got 0 in Eurovision?

Belgium was the first ever country to have received nul points. The most unfortunate victims are Norway and Austria, having each scored "Nul Points" 4 times (Switzerland too, if the semi-finals are counted).

Has UK ever got 0 points in Eurovision?

How many times has the UK scored no points? We have scored at the bottom of the leaderboard four times in our Eurovision history. However, we have only scored zero points twice, including once in 2003 and last year in 2021.