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Eurovision Song Contest 2000

The Eurovision Song Contest 2000 was the 45th Eurovision, it was held in Sweden on May 13th and the presenters were Anders Lundin[?] and Kattis Ahlström[?]. Olsen Brothers was the winner of this Eurovision with the song, Fly On The Wings of Love[?].

Results

2000 Eurovision Song Contest
Country Artist(s) Song Place Points
Austria Rounder Girls[?] All To You 14 29
Belgium Nathalie Sorce[?] Envie De Vivre 24 2
Croatia Goran Karan[?] Ostani 9 70
Cyprus Voice Nomiza 21 8
Denmark Olsen Brothers Fly On The Wings of Love 1 195
Estonia Eda Ines[?] Once In A Lifetime 4 98
Finland Nina Åström[?] A Little Bit 18 18
France Sofia Mesfary[?] On Aura Le Ciel 23 5
Germany Stefan Raab[?] Wadde Hadde Dudde Da 5 96
Iceland Einer Agust Vioisson & Telma Agustsdottir[?] Tell Me 12 45
Ireland Eamonn Toal [?] Millennium of Love 6 92
Israel Ping Pong[?] Sameach 22 7
Latvia BrainStorm[?] My Star 3 136
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia XXL[?] 100% te ljubam 15 29
Malta Claudette Pace[?] Desire 8 73
Netherlands Linda Wagenmakers[?] No Goodbyes 13 40
Norway Charmed[?] My Heart Goes Boom 11 57
Romania Taxi[?] The Moon 17 25
Russia Alsou[?] Solo 2 155
Spain Serafin Zubiri[?] Colgado De Un Sueno 18 18
Sweden Roger Pontare[?] When Spirits Are Calling My Name 7 88
Switzerland Jane Bogaert[?] La Vita Cos'e 20 14
Turkey Pinar Ayhan & The SOS[?] Yorgunum Anla 10 59
United Kingdom Nikki French[?] Don't Play That Song Again 16 28
Venue: Stockholm Globen Arena[?] - Stockholm, Sweden
The table is ordered by the countries names.

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.


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