The Eurovision Song Contest is an annual spectacle that fascinates and bamboozles in equal measure. Every year, the bizarre spectacle is watched by millions around the world and, every year, millions say they will never watch it again. But they always do.
Why? Because of the endless array of weird and wonderful acts it attracts!
Here are probably the ten worst Eurovision songs ever, in order of the year they appeared.
10 Norway’s Jahn Teigan singing Mil Etter Mil in 1978
9 Israel’s Lazy Bums singing Shir Habatlanim in 1987
8 Yugoslavia’s Baby Doll singing Brazil in 1991
7 Germany’s Guildo Horn singing Guildo Hat Euch Lieb in 1998
velvet suit and large frilly cuffs. His strange antics completely distracted you from the song as during his performance he played cowbells and climbed up scaffolding at the side of the stage.
6 Israel’s Ping Pong singing Sameach in 2000
5 Iceland’s Sylvia Knight singing Congratulations in 2006
She tried to be funny throughout her song but viewers obviously did not understand her acerbic sense of humor and the 62 points she received from her fans in the semi-final were not enough to get her through to the 2006 Final.
4 Ireland’s Dustin the Turkey singing Irelande Douze Points in 2008
singer with a mish-mash of distracting backing dancers and singers and it was no surprise they failed to make the final.
3 Czech Republic’s Gypsy.cz singing Aven Romale in 2009
2 United Kingdom’s Josh Dubovie singing That Sounds Good To Me in 2010
Even Pete Waterman who wrote this song said he did not think it was good enough to win but no-one could have predicted Josh Dubovie would come last with just ten points.
1 San Marino’s Valentina Monetta singing The Social Network Song in 2012
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