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Eurovision Song Contest 1985

The Eurovision Song Contest 1985 was the 30th Eurovision, it was held in Sweden on May 4th and the presenter was Lill Lindfors[?]. Bobbysocks[?] was the winner of this Eurovision with the song La det swinge[?].

Results

1985 Eurovision Song Contest
Country Artist(s) Song Place Points
Austria Gary Lux[?] Kinder dieser Welt 8 60
Belgium Linda Lepomme[?] Laat Me Nu Gaan 19 7
Cyprus Lia Vissi[?] To Katalava Arga 16 15
Denmark Hot Eyes[?] Sku' Du Spoerg Fra No'en 11 41
Finland Sonja Lumme[?] Eläköön Elämä 9 58
France Roger Bens[?] Femme Dans Ses Reves Aussi 10 56
Germany Wind Für alle 2 105
Greece Takis Biniaris[?] Moiazoume 16 15
Ireland Maria Christian[?] Wait Until The Weekend Comes 6 91
Israel Yizhar Cohen & The Alphabetas[?] Ole Ole 5 93
Italy Al Bano & Romina Power[?] Magic, Oh Magic 7 78
Luxembourg Ireen Sheer, Margo, Frank Olivier, Chris & Malcolm Roberts, Diane Solomon[?] Children, Kinder, Enfants 13 37
Norway Bobbysocks[?] La det swinge 1 123
Portugal Adelaide Penso Em Ti, Eu Sei 18 9
Spain Paloma san Basilio[?] La Fiesta Termino 14 36
Sweden Kikki Danielsson[?] Bra Vibrationer 3 103
Switzerland Mariella Farre & Pino Gasparini[?] Piano Piano 12 39
Turkey MFO[?] Didai Didai Dai 14 36
United Kingdom Vikki Watson[?] Love Is 4 100
Venue: Scandinavium - Gothenburg, Sweden
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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