#AtoZ: Italy In Eurovision – Part 1/4

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

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.

Video: YouTube/ESC Stuff

Betty Curtis

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.

Video: YouTube/ESC:56-73

Claudio Villa

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.

Video: YouTube/ESC:56-73


Diodato was due to represent Italy at the cancelled 2020 Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Diodato was due to sing “Fai rumore”.

Video: YouTube/EBU


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.

Video: YouTube/EBU

Francesco Gabbani

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.

Video: YouTube/EBU

Gigliola Cinquetti

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.

Video: YouTube/ESC Stuff

We will be back tomorrow with our #AtoZ of Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest, with letters H, I, J, K, L and M.

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Author: Richard Taylor

Source: Eurovision Ireland

Categories: #AtoZ, Eurovision 2021, Italy

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