She was from Spain!
She won with her song "La, La, La", and beat UK runner-up Cliff Richard.
They were from Sweden!
They won with their song "Waterloo", which went on to sell more than six million copies and became one of the best-selling singles of all time.
They were from the United Kingdom!
Most famous for their 1985 song "Walking On Sunshine", the band won with "Love Shine A Light".
She represented Switzerland!
Despite being Canadian, Celine Dion represented Switzerland in the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest, and won with the French-language song "Ne partez pas sans moi".
They were from Finland!
In 2006, Finnish heavy metal band Lordi became the only band of their genre to win the Eurovision Song Contest with their song "Hard Rock Hallelujah".
She was from Austria!
Wurst's song "Rise Like A Phoenix" received full points from thirteen different countries.
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He was from Ireland!
The only person to ever win the contest twice, Logan won with "What's Another Year" in 1980 and "Hold Me Now" in 1987. He also wrote the song that won in 1992.
He was from Norway!
Rybak's song "Fairytale" broke the Eurovision Song Contest record for most points with 387.
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She was from Ukraine!
Ruslana's song "Wild Dances" scored Ukraine its first and only Eurovision win so far.
They were from Denmark!
The Olsen Brothers' winning song "Fly On The Wings Of Love" has been covered by several eurodance acts since their win in 2000.