International stars who took part in the Eurovision Song Contest
2nd place in the Eurovision Song Contest 1968 for the United Kingdom
Cliff Richard returned in 2973 and finished third with "Power to All Our Friends"
Biggest international hits: We Don't Talk Anymore, Lucky Lips, The Minute You're Gone, (Congratulations, Power to All Our Friends)
5th place in the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Cyprus
Anna Vissi had already represented Greece in 1980 with "Autostop" (13th place) and would do so again in 2006 with "Everything" (9th place)
Biggest international hits: Call Me, Still in Love with You, (Everything)
1st place in the Eurovision Song Contest 1966 for Austria
Udo Jürgens had already repesented Austria in 1964 and 1965 with "Warum nur, warum" (6th place) and "Sag ihr, ich laß sie grüßen" (4th place) respectively.
Biggest international hit: Griechischer Wein
8th place in the Eurovision Song Contest 1963 for Luxembourg
Nana Mouskouri albums charted in at least seven different countries (France, Germany, Austria, Siwtzerland, UK, Canada, US). However, since she recorded different albums for different music markets, she did not have a standout album that was a worldwide success.
19th place in the Eurovision Song Contest 2008 for France.
There is no standout hit song by Sébastien Tellier, but his songs and albums charted in at lest six different markets. Furthermore, the song "Fantino" was used in the film "Lost in Translation" and the soundtrack album charted in many countries.
member of Bus Stop from 1998 to 2002
member of Uniting Nations from 2004 to 2008
9th place in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 for the United Kingdom.
Biggest international hits with Bus Stop: Kung Fu Fighting (feat. Carl Douglas), Jump
Biggest international hits with Uniting Nations: Out of Touch, You and Me, Ai no corrida