Mary Serifovica: Marko Djurica / Reuters
Newspaper the Independent has compiled a ranking of the winners of “Eurovision” of different years.
In the first place was the Serbian artist Marija šerifović, which won the competition in 2007 with the song “Prayer”. It is noted that the performance of the singer looked like a “culmination of the modern Opera” and it was quite simple and restrained.
The second place was given to the Finnish group Lordi came on the scene in 2006 in costumes of monsters. Their song Hard Rock Hallelujah called a great and suitable even for those who don’t usually listens to heavy metal. In addition, the journalists emphasized that this was the first show of the “Eurovision”.
Third place went to the winner of the 1987 Irish johnny Logan. It Hold Me Now considered “powerful ballad”.
In fourth place was singer Carola, who represented Sweden in 1991. On the fifth of pop group Bucks Fizz from the UK, which performed at the festival in 1981.
The top ten also included Celine Dion (Switzerland, 1988), Katrina and the Waves (UK 1997), Conchita Wurst (Austria 2014), Loreen (Sweden 2012) and ABBA (Sweden, 1974).
15 may in the capital of Israel tel-Aviv completed the first semi-final of “Eurovision-2019”. The finalists were singer-songwriter from Australia, Kate Miller-Heidke, a participant from Belarus Xena, singer Katherine of Duska from Greece, a group of Hatari from Iceland, a spokeswoman for Cyprus Tom-Tom, a singer from San Marino Serhat, Serbian Nevena božović, the Duo kralj Halls and Gasper Sante from Slovenia, the Czech group of Lake Malawi and singer Victor Crowns from Estonia.
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