Welcome to our sixth country-specific #AtoZ series. During the National Final season, we started to look at a different country alphabetically each week. This week, we look at Eurovision 2021 winners, Italy and today we are looking at A-G…
Alan Sorrenti represented Italy at the 1980 Eurovision Song Contest in The Hague, The Netherlands. Alan sang “Non so che darei” and finished in 6th place, with a total of 87 points.
Betty Curtis represented Italy at the 1961 Eurovision Song Contest in Cannes, France. Betty sang “Al di là” and finished in 5th place, with a total of 12 points.
Claudio Villa represented Italy at the 1967 Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna, Austria. Claudio sang “Non andare più lontano” and finished in 11th place, with a total of 4 points.
Diodato was due to represent Italy at the cancelled 2020 Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Diodato was due to sing “Fai rumore”.
Emma represented Italy at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen, Denmark. Emma sang “La mia città” and finished in 21st place, with a total of 33 points.
Francesco Gabbani represented Italy at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv, Ukraine. Francesco sang “Occidentali’s Karma” and finished in 6th place, with a total of 334 points.
Gigliola Cinquetti represented Italy at the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest in Brighton, the United Kingdom. Gigliola sang “Si” and finished in 2nd, with a total of 18 points.
We will be back tomorrow with our #AtoZ of Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest, with letters H, I, J, K, L and M.
Author: Richard Taylor
Source: Eurovision Ireland