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Other Entries by Eurovision Winners, Part 1: Performers

Created by mk87 on 02 Mar 2019

Many of those who won the Eurovision Song Contest did not only compete once, but at least tried at least one more time. This series is dedicated to those who had either already taken part before winning or returned to try their luck one more time.

This series consists of five parts:

Part 1: Performers
Part 2: Composers
Part 3: Lyricists
Part 4: Role-Changers
Part 5: National Final Entries

Switzerland 1956, unknown placing

Performed by: Lys Assia, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1956 for Switzerland with "Refrain"

Translations:  English Spanish

Switzerland 1957, 8th place

Performed by: Lys Assia, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1956 for Switzerland with "Refrain"

Translations:  English Russian

Switzerland 1958, unknown placing

Performed by: Lys Assia, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1956 for Switzerland with "Refrain"

Translations:  English Russian

Netherlands 1956, unknown placing

Performed by: Corry Brokken, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1957 for the Netherlands with "Net als toen"

Translations:  English

Netherlands 1958, 9th place (equal last)

Performed by: Corry Brokken, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1957 for the Netherlands with "Net als toen"

Translations:  English Russian

Luxembourg 1981, 11th place

Performed by: Jean-Claude Pascal, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1961 for Luxembourg with "Nous les amoureux"

Translations:  English Russian

France 1968, 3rd place

Performed by: Isabelle Aubret, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1962 for France with "Un premier amour"

Translations:  English Russian German 1 more

Italy 1974, 2nd place

Performed by: Gigliola Cinquetti, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1964 for Italy with "Non ho l'età"

Translations:  English Russian German 1 more

Austria 1964, 6th place

Performed by: Udo Jürgens, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1966 for Austria with "Merci, Chérie"

Translations:  English Italian Russian

Austria 1965, 4th place

Performed by: Udo Jürgens, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1966 for Austria with "Merci, Chérie"

Translations:  English Russian

Luxembourg 1967, 4th place

Performed by: Vicky Leandros, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1972 for Luxembourg with "Après toi"

Translations:  English Spanish Dutch 9 more

France 1979, 3rd place

Performed by: Anne-Marie David, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1973 for Luxembourg with "Tu te reconnaîtras"

Translations:  English Russian Italian 1 more

Israel 1985, 5th place

Performed by: Izhar Cohen, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1978 for Israel with "A-ba-ni-bi"

Translations:  English Transliteration

Ireland 1987, 1st place

Performed by: Johnny Logan, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1980 for Ireland with "What's Another Year"

Song | English Co-Co

United Kingdom 1978, 11th place

Performed by: Coco, one of whom was Cheryl Baker, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1981 with Bucks Fizz for the United Kingdom performing "Making Your Mind Up"

Translations:  German

Norway 1971, 17th place

Performed by: Hanne Krogh, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1985 with Bobbysocks! for Norway with "La det swinge"

Translations:  English

Norway 1991, 17th place

Performed by: Just 4 Fun, one of whom was Hanne Krogh, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1985 with Bobbysocks! for Norway performing "La det swinge"

Translations:  English French German
Song | Swedish Chips

Sweden 1982, 8th place

Performed by: Chips, one of whom was Elisabeth Andreassen, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1985 with Bobbysocks! for Norway performing "La det swinge"

Translations:  English

Norway 1994, 6th place

Performed by: Elisabeth Andreassen (with Jan Werner Danielsen), winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1985 with Bobbysocks! for Norway performing "La det swinge"

Translations:  English

Norway 1996, 2nd place

Performed by: Elisabeth Andreassen, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1985 with Bobbysocks! for Norway performing "La det swinge"

Translations:  English Dutch Spanish 2 more

Ireland 1980, 1st place

Performed by: Johnny Logan, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1987 for Ireland with "Hold Me Now"

Translations:  Turkish Serbian Finnish 6 more

Sweden 1983, 3rd place

Performed by: Carola, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1991 for Sweden with "Fångad av en stormvind"

Translations:  English Spanish French 2 more

Sweden 2006, 5th place

Performed by: Carola, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1991 for Sweden with "Fångad av en stormvind"

Translations:  French Dutch Spanish 2 more

Ireland 1984, 2nd place

Performed by: Linda Martin, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1992 for Ireland with "Why Me"

Ireland 2010, 23rd place

Performed by: Niamh Kavanagh, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1993 for Ireland with "In Your Eyes"

Translations:  Swedish Italian Spanish 2 more

Israel 2011, 15th place in semi final 2

Performed by: Dana International, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1998 for Israel with "Diva"

Translations:  Azerbaijani Spanish

Sweden 2008, 18th place

Performed by: Charlotte Perrelli, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1999 for Sweden (as Charlotte Nilsson) with "Take Me to Your Heaven"

Greece 2001, 3rd place

Performed by: Antique, one of whom was Helena Paparizou, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 for Greece with "My Number One"

Translations:  English French Croatian 2 more

Russia 2006, 2nd place

Performed by: Dima Bilan, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2008 for Russia with "Believe"

Translations:  Russian Czech Turkish 13 more

Norway 2018, 15th place

Performed by: Alexander Rybak, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 for Norway with "Fairytale"

Translations:  Russian Spanish Turkish 13 more

Germany 2011, 10th place

Performed by: Lena, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 for Germany with "Satellite"

Translations:  Spanish Bosnian German 5 more
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