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Eurovision Song Contest 1989

The Eurovision Song Contest 1989 was the 34th Eurovision, it was held in Switzerland on May 6th and the presenters were Lolita Morena[?] and Jacques Deshenaux[?]. Riva[?] was the winner of this Eurovision with the song, Rock Me[?].

Results

1989 Eurovision Song Contest
Country Artist(s) Song Place Points
Austria Thomas Forstner[?] Nur ein Lied 5 97
Belgium Ingeborg[?] Door De Wind 19 13
Cyprus Yiannis Savidakis & Fanny Polymeri[?] Apopse As Vrethoume 11 51
Denmark Birthe Kjaer[?] Vi Maler Byen Roed 3 111
Finland Anneli Saaristo[?] La Dolce Vita 7 76
France Nathalie Paque[?] J'ai Vole La Vie 8 60
Germany Nino de Angelo[?] Flieger 14 46
Greece Marianna[?] To Diko Sou Asteri 9 56
Iceland Daniel Tap Sem Enginn Ser 22 0
Ireland Kiev Connolly & The Missing Passengers[?] The Real Me 18 21
Israel Gili & Galit[?] Derech Ha'melech 12 50
Italy Anna Oxa & Fausto Leali[?] Avrei Voluto 9 56
Luxembourg Park Cafe[?] Monsieur 20 8
Netherlands Justine Palmelay[?] Blijf Zoals Je Bent 15 45
Norway Britt Synnoeve Johansen[?] Venners Naerhet 17 30
Portugal Da Vinci[?] Conquistador 16 39
Spain Nina[?] Nacida Para Amar 6 88
Sweden Tommy Nilsson[?] En Dag 4 110
Switzerland Furbaz[?] Viver Senza Tei 13 47
Turkey Pan[?] Bana Bana 21 5
United Kingdom Live Report[?] Why Do I Always Get It Wrong? 2 130
Yugoslavia Riva[?] Rock Me 1 137
Venue: Palais de Beaulieu[?] - Lausanne, Switzerland
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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