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Eurovision Song Contest 1977

The Eurovision Song Contest 1977 was the 22nd Eurovision, it was held in United Kingdom on May 7th and the presenter was Angela Rippon[?]. Marie Myriam[?] was the winner of this Eurovision with the song, L'oiseau Et L'enfant[?].

Results

1977 Eurovision Song Contest
Country Artist(s) Song Place Points
Austria Schmetterlinge[?] Boom Boom Boomerang 17 11
Belgium Dream Express[?] A Million In One, Two, Three 7 69
Finland Monica Aspelund[?] Lapponia 10 50
France Marie Myriam[?] L'oiseau Et L'enfant 1 136
Germany Silver Convention[?] Telegram 8 55
Greece Pascalis, Marianna, Robert and Bessy[?] Mathema Solfege 5 92
Ireland The Swarbriggs plus Two[?] It's Nice To Be In Love Again 3 119
Israel Ilanit[?] Ahava Hi Shir Lishnayim 11 49
Italy Mia Martini[?] Libera 13 32
Luxembourg Anne-Marie B[?] Frere Jacques 16 17
Monaco Michele Torr[?] Une Petite Francaise 4 96
Netherlands Heddy Lester[?] De Mallemolen 12 35
Norway Anita Skorgan[?] Casanova 14 18
Portugal Os Amigos[?] Portugal No Coracao 14 19
Spain Micky[?] Ensename A Cantar 9 52
Sweden Forbes[?] Beatles 18 2
Switzerland Pepe Lienhard Band[?] Swiss Lady 6 71
United Kingdom Lynsey De Paul and Mike Moran[?] Rock Bottom 2 121
Venue: Wembley Conference Centre[?] - London, United Kingdom
The table is ordered by the countries names.

Voting Structure Each Country had a Jury who awarded 12, 10, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 points for their top ten songs.


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