Who has won Eurovision over the years?
Right: Luísa Sobral, winning songwriter in 2017 for Portugal. Left: Lys Assia, the first Eurovision winner (1956), and Dima Bilan, winner in 2008. Centre: Johnny Logan, the winning artist in 1980, winning artist and composer in 1987 and the winning composer in 1992. Right: Loreen celebrating her victory in 2012.
Who won Eurovision last 10 years?
All the winners from the history of Eurovision Song Contest
|2018 Lisbon||Israel||Toy Netta|
|2017 Kyiv||Portugal||Amar Pelos Dois Salvador Sobral|
|2016 Stockholm||Ukraine||1944 Jamala|
|2015 Vienna||Sweden||Heroes Måns Zelmerlöw|
Who has won the most Eurovision songs?
Facts and figures for the Eurovision Song Contest. Ireland won a record 7 times, Luxembourg, France and the United Kingdom 5 times. Sweden and the Netherlands won 4 times. ABBA is the most successful Eurovision Song Contest winner.
How many times has Sweden won?
Sweden is one of the most successful countries in the Eurovision Song Contest with six victories to date, coming second behind Ireland’s record-breaking seven wins.
Has anyone won Eurovision two years in a row?
Johnny Logan became Ireland’s second Eurovision winner with What’s Another Year? in 1980 before going on repeat this success in 1987 with Hold Me Now. Logan became the only singer to win the contest twice as a singer, a record he still holds.
When did Sweden last win Eurovision?
After finishing second with Lill Lindfors and Svante Thuresson in 1966, Sweden went on to achieve its six victories with ABBA (1974), Herreys (1984), Carola (1991), Charlotte Nilsson (1999), Loreen (2012) and Måns Zelmerlöw (2015).
How many times ABBA won Eurovision?
How many times have Sweden won Eurovision? Abba were the first ever Swedish winners of the contest but they’ve proved pretty successful since then with five further Eurovision wins – in 1974, 1991, 1999, 2012 and most recently 2015.
How many times did ABBA do Eurovision?