Eurovision 2020

#UK: British Viewers To Pick All-Time Favourite Entry

Tomorrow night during “Eurovision: Come Together”, the British public will be asked to vote for which Eurovision song is their favourite of all time. The voting will open once all the entries are shown and will then closed as a specified time during the show – before the result is announced.

The songs that will be voted on, in alphabetical order are:

  • Dancing Lasha Tumbai – Ukraine 2017
  • Diva – Israel 1998
  • Euphoria – Sweden 2012
  • Fairytale – Norway 2009
  • Fuego – Cyprus 2018
  • Heroes – Sweden 2015
  • Love Shine A Light – UK 1997
  • Making Your Mind Up – UK 1981
  • Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu – Italy 1958
  • Ooh Aah… Just A Little Bit – UK 1996
  • Poupee de cire, poupée de son – Luxembourg 1965
  • Rhythm Inside – Belgium 2015
  • Rise Like A Pheonix – Austria 2014
  • Satellite – Germany 2010
  • Save Your Kisses For Me – UK 1976
  • Soldi – Italy 2019
  • Sound Of Silence – Australia 2016
  • Toy – Israel 2018
  • Waterloo – Sweden 1974

Fans, Experts and former UK Entrants helped to shortlist the songs that the public will vote on. These include:

  • Ken Bruce
  • Rylan Clark-Neal
  • Scott Mills
  • SuRie
  • Nicki French
  • Mel Giedroyc
  • Adele Roberts

“Eurovision: Come Together” will be live on BBC One at 18:25 GMT/19:25 CET tomorrow evening. The show will be hosted by the UK commentator Graham Norton and will include an appearance from James Newman.

Author: Richard Taylor

Source: BBC

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