Eurovision

Winners

Since the UK last won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1997, Sweden have been the most successful country with three wins in 1999, 2012 and 2015, whilst Israel (1998, 2018) and Ukraine (2004, 2016) have both won twice.

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2019

Netta Barzilai

Israel - "Toy"

2018 / 529pts

Salvador Sobral

Portugal - "Amor Pelos Dois"

2017 / 758pts

Jamala

Ukraine - "1944"

2016 / 534pts

Måns Zelmerlöw

Sweden - "Heroes"

2015 / 365pts

Conchita Wurst (Tom Neuwirth)

Austria - "Rise Like A Phoenix"

2014 / 290pts

Emmelie de Forest

Denmark - "Only Teardrops"

2013 / 281pts

Loreen

Sweden - "Euphoria"

2012 / 372pts

Ell and Nicki

Azerbaijan - "Running Scared"

2011 / 221pts

Lena Meyer-Landrut

Germany - "Satellite"

2010 / 246pts

Alexander Rybak

Norway - "Fairytale"

2009 / 387pts

Dima Bilan

Russia - "Believe"

2008 / 272pts

Marija Šerifović

Serbia - "Molitva"

2007 / 268pts

Lordi

Finland - "Hard Rock Hallelujah"

2006 / 292pts

Helena Paparizou

Greece - "My Number One"

2005 / 230pts

Ruslana

Ukraine - "Wild Dances"

2004 / 280pts

Sertab Erener

Turkey - "Every Way That I Can"

2003 / 167pts

Marie N(aumova)

Latvia - "I Wanna"

2002 / 176pts

Tanel Padar and Dave Benton

Estonia - "Everybody"

2001 / 198pts

Olsen Brothers

Denmark - "Fly On The Wings Of Love"

2000 / 195pts

Charlotte Perrelli (nee Nilsson)

Sweden - "Take Me To Your Heaven"

1999 / 163pts

Dana International

Israel - "Diva"

1998 / 172pts

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