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Two memories here, ABBA winning Eurovision and the start of a decade of Swedish happy pop and the Eurovision Song Contest when it was innocent of politics and we stood any sort of a chance of winning.

Krista: Finland: #Eurovision

Krista: Finland: #Eurovision

Fun Eurovision Party Ideas | Enjoy the Eurovision Song Contest

With these Eurovision party ideas, you’ll now have a new reason to party this May. Join thousands of Europeans in their latest Song Contest.

ABBA Waterloo Eurovision 1974 (High Quality)."Waterloo" won ABBA the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest on 6 April and began their path to worldwide fame.

'ABBA Waterloo Eurovision 1974 (High Quality)' ~ Sweden win The Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 1974 at The Dome in Brighton, UK with "Waterloo", performed by ABBA.

"Making Your Mind Up" is a song by British pop group Bucks Fizz. It was the winner of the 1981 Eurovision Song Contest and a UK Number-one single. Released in March 1981, it was Bucks Fizz's debut single, the group having been formed just two months earlier. From 2004 to 2007 the BBC used the name Making Your Mind Up for their Eurovision selection show in honour of the song.

April Making Your Mind Up, Bucks Fizz. This years Eurovision Song contest winners Bucks Fizz were at on the UK singles chart with their first single 'Making Your Mind Up.

Eurovision Song Contest Winners of 2006 - Lordi with Hardrock hallelujah for Finland!

Finland is notorious for its general lack of luck in the Eurovision Song Contest. But in 2006 - Lordi with Hardrock hallelujah won it for Finland!

Just watched the 2012 show.  It was very well done and very enjoyable.

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There’s something going on this week in the music world called the Eurovision Song Contest. For the uninitiated, the Eurovision Song Contest is like the original American Idol, except on a gl…

Eurovision Party Ideas - costumes, food, drinks, decor...

I LOVE the Eurovision! Sure, it’s cheesy, cringey and camp at time but it’s good fun for all the family. I have fond memories of watching .

2013 IAAF World Championships in Moscow

2013 IAAF World Championships in Moscow

Here the spine of what has been confirmed to belong to King Richard III. The spine shows the king would've had so-called idiopathic adolescent-onset scoliosis, meaning the cause is unclear though the individual would have developed the disorder after age 10; the curvature would've put pressure on the man's heart and lungs and could've caused pain.

The spine of King Richard III suggests he had idiopathic adolescent-onset scoliosis, meaning the cause is unclear, though it would've developed after age