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Eurovision Song Contest 1998

The Eurovision Song Contest 1998 was the 43rd Eurovision, it was held in the United Kingdom on May 9th and the presenters were Terry Wogan and Ulrika Jonsson[?]. Dana International was the winner of this Eurovision with the song, Diva.

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Results

1998 Eurovision Song Contest
Country Artist(s) Song Place Points
Belgium Mélanie Cohl[?] Dis Oui 6 122
Croatia Danijela[?] Neka mi ne svane 5 131
Cyprus Michalis Hadjiyiannis[?] Yenesis 11 37
Estonia Koit Toome[?] Mere lapsed 12 36
Finland Edea[?] Aava 15 22
FYR of Macedonia Vlado Janevski[?] Ne zori, zoro 19 16
France Marie Line[?] Ou Aller 24 3
Germany Guildo Horn[?] Guildo Hat Euch Lieb 7 86
Greece Thalassa Mia Krifi Evesthisia 20 12
Hungary Charlie A Holnap Mar Nem Lesz Szomoru 23 4
Ireland Dawn Is Always Over Now? 9 64
Israel Dana International Diva 1 172
Malta Chiara[?] The One That I Love 3 165
Netherlands Edsilia Rombley[?] Hemel En Aarde 4 150
Norway Lars Fredriksen[?] Alltid Sommer 8 79
Poland Olgia Prusynaska[?] To Takie Proste 17 19
Portugal Alma Lusa[?] Se Eu Te Pudesse Abraçar 12 36
Romania Malina Olinescu[?] Eu Cred 22 6
Slovakia Katerina Hasprova[?] Modlitba 21 8
Slovenia Vili Resnik[?] Naj bogovi slišijo 18 17
Spain Mikel Herzog[?] Que Voy A Hacer Sin Ti 16 21
Sweden Jill Johnson[?] Kärleken Är 10 53
Switzerland Gunvor Guggisberg[?] Lass'ihn 25 0
Turkey Tüzmen[?] Unatamazsin 14 25
United Kingdom Imaani[?] Where are you? 2 166
Venue: National Indoor Arena[?] - Birmingham, United Kingdom
The table is ordered by the countries names.

First Appearances Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Voting Structure Each Country had a televote, where the top ten most voted for songs were awarded the 12, 10, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 points, with a backup jury incase of mistakes. A Jury was used if there was exceptinal reasons not to use a televote.


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