We can get all the observation areas related to Eurovision in the UK – albeit small this year – but because we were ready for it. Eurovision 2021 The inevitable disappointment at the bad end, you may be wondering how many times we have won the tournament in the past.
This year in the Eurovision series James Newman is known as our company and his song is Emperors. If the bookies are to be believed, James’ songwriting story (which he wrote for Ed Sheeran) will not help him as much as another normal result would be expected when the scores are finally written.
But to bring our eyes to the past, let’s look at how many times we’ve won in the history of the competition, and when our last win was – it was some time ago now.
Who is the winner of UK Eurovision Song Contest?
Sandy Shaw – Doll on a String (1967)
Sandy won our first contest in 1967, and her song Puppet on a String – if you ask us, she is still an absolute influence over the years. It took us a while to achieve our first victory and the competition started in 1956.
Lulu – Boom Bang-a-Bang (1969 co-winner with Spain, Netherlands and France)
Our second win came two years later at that point, but it was a little tricky because Eurovision never calculated a balance – except for a four-way win, we ended up with four countries. Above.
The Netherlands hosted the tournament in 1970 – which we may have organized a year ago.
Man’s Brotherhood – Save Your Kisses for Me (1976)
We had a few years to wait for our next big hit, the fraternal man who delivered the stuff with Save Your Kisses for Me in 1976. It’s a super fun track, and it’s still fun to hear today – no wonder we won it last year!
Bucks Physics – Create Your Mind (1981)
For many this song defines Eurovision more than any other song, and it is one of the most popular songs in the competition – it’s so beautiful!
Bucksfish won our only win in the 1980s in 1981 and we will have to wait until another win
Katrina and the Waves – Love, Spotlight (1997)
Our fifth and final hit was the Eurovision Song Contest in 1997, which featured Katrina, the Waves and their song, Love, Shine a Light.
This means that it has been 24 years since we topped the group when Eurovision was calculated, and it is fair to say that we have never been a force in the competition since.
Will 2021 be our last year? Probably not, but dreaming for a second is fun, isn’t it?
The 2021 Eurovision Song Contest airs on the BBC in May. Check out the full list of Eurovision Song Contest winners here. If you are looking for something to watch tonight, check out our TV guide.