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Eurovision Song Contest 1984

The Eurovision Song Contest 1984 was the 29th Eurovision, it was held in Luxembourg on May 5th and the presenter was Desiree Nosbusch[?]. Herreys[?] was the winner of this Eurovision with the song, Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley[?].

Results

1984 Eurovision Song Contest
Country Artist(s) Song Place Points
Austria Anita[?] Einfach Weg 19 5
Belgium Jacques Zegers[?] Avanti Lla Vie 5 70
Cyprus Andy Paul[?] Anna Mari Elena 15 31
Denmark Hot Eyes[?] Det' Lige Det 4 101
Finland Kirka[?] Hengaillaan 9 46
France Annick Thoumazeau[?] Autant D'amoureux Que D'itoiles 8 61
Germany Mary Roos[?] Aufrecht Geh'n 13 34
Ireland Linda Martin[?] Terminal 3 2 137
Italy Alice & Franco Battiato[?] I Treni Di Tozeur 5 70
Luxembourg Sophie Carle[?] 100% D'amour 10 39
Netherlands Maribelle[?] Ik Hou Van Jou 13 34
Norway Dollie de Luxe[?] Lenge Leve Livet 17 29
Portugal Maria Guinot[?] Silencio E Tanta Gente 11 38
Spain Bravo Lady Lady 3 106
Sweden Herreys[?] Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley 1 145
Switzerland Rainy Day[?] Welche Farbe Hat Der Sonnenschein 16 30
Turkey Bes Yil Once, On Yil Sonra[?] Halay 12 37
United Kingdom Belle & the Devotions[?] Love Games 7 63
Yugoslavia Vlado & Isolda[?] Ciao Amore 18 26
Venue: Theatre Municipal[?] - Luxembourg
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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