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2016 Eurovision Winner ????

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The 2016 Eurovision Song Contest will be held on May 10th, 12th, and 14th in Stockholm,Sweden. Eurovision Song Contest Winner for 2016: ???? Song: ???? Winning Country: ???? Performed in: Sweden Please leave a comment below predicting who the winner will be for the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest! 🙂

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2015 Eurovision Winner Måns Zelmerlöw

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After a tense voting process, based on 50% jury and 50% televoting, Sweden won the contest for the sixth time, with Måns Zelmerlöw’s song “Heroes”. (source) Eurovision Song Contest Winner for 2015: Måns Zelmerlöw Song: Heroes Winning Country: Sweden Performed in: Austria

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2013 Eurovision Winner Emmelie de Forest

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The winner for 2013 was Denmark with the song “Only Teardrops” sung by Emmelie de Forest, which scored 281 points, beating Azerbaijan with a margin of 47 points. (source) Eurovision Song Contest Winner for 2013: Emmelie de Forest Song: Only Teardrops Winning Country: Denmark Performed in: Sweden

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2012 Eurovision Winner Loreen

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The contest was won by singer Loreen from Sweden with the song “Euphoria”—written by Thomas G:son and Peter Boström, the song scored a total of 372 points. (source) Eurovision Song Contest Winner for 2012: Loreen Song: Euphoria Winning Country: Sweden Performed in: Azerbaijan

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2000 Eurovision Winner Olsen Brothers

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the contest was won by the Olsen Brothers who represented Denmark with the song “Fly on the Wings of Love” (originally: Smuk som et stjerneskud). (source) Eurovision Song Contest Winner for 2000: Olsen Brothers Song: Fly on the Wings of Love Winning Country: Denmark Performed in: Sweden

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1999 Eurovision Winner Charlotte Nilsson

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The winner of the Contest was Charlotte Nilsson, representing Sweden with “Take Me to Your Heaven”, which scored 163 points. (source) Eurovision Song Contest Winner for 1999: Charlotte Nilsson Song: Take Me to Your Heaven Winning Country: Swedan Performed in: Israel

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1992 Eurovision Winner Linda Martin

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Linda Martin performing “Why Me?” which placed 1st and won the contest for Ireland with 155 points in the Final of the Eurovision Song Contest. (source) Eurovision Song Contest Winner for 1992: Linda Martin Song: Why Me Winning Country: Ireland Performed in: Sweden

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1991 Eurovision Winner Carola

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Carola (Häggkvist) performing “Fångad av en stormvind” which placed 1st and won the contest for Sweden with 146 points in the Final of the Eurovision Song Contest. (source) Eurovision Song Contest Winner for 1991: Carola Song: Fångad av en stormvind Winning Country: Sweden Performed in: Italy

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1985 Eurovision Winner Bobbysocks

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“Bobbysocks!’ win for Norway was the country’s first. Host Lill Lindfors congratulated the duo, Hanne Krogh and Elisabeth Andreassen, following their victory by saying, “I must say I am honestly very happy that this happened because Norway has been last on so many times that you really deserve it!” Krogh …

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1984 Eurovision Winner Herreys

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“Sweden’s the Herreys were the winners of this contest with the song, “Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley”. This was the Nordic country’s second win, and the first song performed in Swedish. The previous Swedish winner, ABBA, ten years ago had performed their song “Waterloo” in English.” Eurovision Song Contest Winner for 1984: Herreys Song: …

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1975 Eurovision Winner Teach-In

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Teach-In performing “Ding-a-Dong” which placed 1st and won the contest for The Netherlands with 152 points in the Final of the Eurovision Song Contest. The 20th edition of the competition show took place at the St. Eriks Mässan Alvsjö in Stockholm, Sweden on March 22nd, 1975. (source) Eurovision Song Contest …

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1974 Eurovision Winner ABBA

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“The winner of the Contest was Sweden with the song “Waterloo” performed by the band ABBA, that went on to become one of the most popular recording acts of all time. ABBA are among the few Eurovision winners to achieve international superstar status.” (source) Eurovision Song Contest Winner for 1974: ABBA …

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