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It's The Show Tonight
It’s The Show Tonight

Today the 60th anniversary show the “Eurovision Song Contest’s Greatest Hits” is being filmed in London.

A total of 15 artists from over 40 years of the contests history will be taking to the stage at the Apollo in Hammersmith in front of an audience of 5,000. The show is being presented by Graham Norton the two time host of the Eurovision Dance Contest and the UK’s commentator in the Eurovision finals since 2009, as well as Petra Mede who hosted the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest in Malmo, Sweden.

Performing in the show tonight are:

  • 1973 – Luxembourg – Anne-Marie David – Tu te reconnaîtras
  • 1976 – United Kingdom – Brotherhood of Man – Save Your Kisses For Me
  • 1980/1987 – Ireland – Johnny Logan – What’s Another Year / Hold Me Now
  • 1982 – Germany – Nicole – Ein bißchen Frieden
  • 1984 – Sweden – Herreys – Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley
  • 1985 – Norway – Bobbysocks – La det svinge
  • 1998 – Israel – Dana International – Diva
  • 2000 – Denmark – Olsen Brothers – Fly On The Wings Of Love
  • 2001 – France – Natasha St-Pier – Je n’ai que mon âme
  • 2002 – Spain – Rosa López – Europe’s Living A Celebration/Spanish Medley
  • 2006 – Finland – Lordi – Hard Rock Hallelujah
  • 2006/2008 – Russia – Dima Bilan – Never Let You Go/Believe
  • 2012 – Sweden – Loreen – Euphoria
  • 2013 – Denmark – Emmelie de Forest – Only Teardrops
  • 2014 – Austria – Conchita Wurst – Rise Like A Phoenix

Furthermore it is expected that there may be a few more not previously announced artists that will be making an appearance in the show as well as the legendary interval act Riverdance.

The countries that have confirmed their broadcast dates for the show are shown below:

  • Austria – ORF – 22 May
  • Belgium – Een – 4 April
  • Finland – Yle Fem – 4 April – YLE TV2 – 11 April
  • France – France 2 – 20 May
  • Iceland – RUV – 4 April
  • Ireland – RTE 2 – 3 April
  • Israel – Channel One – 11 April
  • Norway – NRK 1 – 4 April
  • Russia – CR1 – 5 April
  • Sweden – SVT 1 – 4 April
  • United Kingdom – BBC One – 3 April

The Eurovoix Team will be off to the show tonight, so keep an eye out on our Twitter and Facebook pages for pictures through the day.

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