Eurovision

UK Entries

There have been 21 winners of the Eurovision Song Contest since the United Kingdom last won in 1997. In that time, we have finished in the top five 3 times, and last place 3 times (including our only ever 'nil points' in 2003).

Michael Rice

"Bigger Than Us"

2019

SuRie

24th - "Storm"

2018 / 48pts

Lucie Jones

15th - "Never Give Up On You"

2017 / 111pts

Joe and Jake

24th - "You're Not Alone"

2016 / 62pts

Electro Velvet

24th - "Still In Love With You"

2015 / 5pts

Molly (Smitten-Downes)

17th - "Children Of The Universe"

2014 / 40pts

Bonnie Tyler

19th - "Believe In Me"

2013 / 23pts

Englebert Humperdinck

25th - "Love Will Set You Free"

2012 / 12pts

Blue

11th - "I Can"

2011 / 100pts

Josh James (nee Dubovie)

25th - "That Sounds Good To Me"

2010 / 10pts

Jade Ewen

5th - "It's My Time"

2009 / 173pts

Andy Abraham

25th - "Even If"

2008 / 14pts

Scooch

22nd - "Flying The Flag (For You)"

2007 / 19pts

Daz Sampson

19th - "Teenage Life"

2006 / 25pts

Javine Hylton

22nd - "Touch My Fire"

2005 / 18pts

James Fox

16th - "Hold On To Our Love"

2004 / 29pts

Jemini

26th - "Cry Baby"

2003 / 0pts

Jessica Garlick

3rd - "Come Back"

2002 / 111pts

Lindsay Dracass

15th - "No Dream Impossible"

2001 / 28pts

Nicki French

16th - "Don't Play That Song Again"

2000 / 28pts

Precious

12th - "Say It Again"

1999 / 38pts

Imaani (Saleem)

2nd - "Where Are You"

1998 / 166pts

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