eurovision 1984

all time rank: the position that the country and the song have between all the eurovision songs

chart from the game vote for the best eurovision song.

Eurovision Song Contest 1984
ESC 1984 logo.png
Final date 5 May 1984
Venue Grand Theatre
Presenter(s) Desiree Nosbusch
Conductor Pierre Cao
Director Rene Steichen
Host broadcaster Luxembourg RTL
Opening act In an introductory video, Pierre Cao and the RTLorchestra performed instrumental versions of all the pastEurovision winners from Luxembourg.
Interval act Prague Theatre of Illuminated Drawings
Number of entries 19
Debuting countries None
Returning countries
Withdrawing countries

participating countries

The Eurovision Song Contest 1984 was the 29th Eurovision Song Contest and was held on 5 May 1984 in Luxembourg. The presenter was Désirée Nosbusch. Nosbusch, only 19 years old at the time, hosted the show in a lax manner, which was quite unusual for this show back then. She is nowadays seen as one of the best hosts ever in the history of the Eurovision Song Contest.
Sweden unexpectedly won the contest with the song Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley performed by the group consisting of three brother called Herrey’s. The Swedish brothers convinced the European juries with a spectacular choreography of their song and also because of wearing golden boots on stage. The song became a hit in lots of European territories, but is still rediculed today in English-speaking countries due to its title. The Italian entry I Treni Di Tozeur by Alice and Franco Battiato also became a smash hit in Europe despite the fact that it only came fifth.
The total number of participants was 19, one country less than in the preceding year as Greece decided not to enter a song. Israel withdrew from the contest due to a local memorial day commemorated on the same date. This year is also notable as one of the first contests where audible booing for an entry could be heard from the audience which occurred at the end of the UK’s performance. It was said that the booing was due to English football fans causing damage in Luxembourg the year prior to the contest. However, the song itself managed a pretty good showing and reached 7th place.

# Representing country Performer(s) Song title, writer(s) and composer(s) Points Place
01 Sweden

Flag of Sweden
Herrey’s Diggi-loo Diggy-ley 145 01
02 Luxembourg

Flag of Luxembourg
Sophie Carle 100% D’amour 039 10
03 France

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Annick Thoumazeau Autant D’amoureux Que D’étoiles 061 08
04 Spain

Flag of Spain
Bravo Lady, Lady 106 03
05 Norway

Flag of Norway
Dollie de Luxe Lenge Leve Livet 029 17
06 United Kingdom

Flag of United Kingdom
Belle and the Devotions Love Games 063 07
07 Cyprus

Flag of Cyprus
Andy Paul Anna Mari-elena 031 15
08 Belgium

Flag of Belgium
Jacques Zegers Avanti La Vie 070 05
09 Ireland

Flag of Ireland
Linda Martin Terminal ‘3’ 137 02
10 Denmark

Flag of Denmark
Hot Eyes Det’ Lige Det 101 04
11 Netherlands

Flag of The Netherlands
Maribelle Ik Hou Van Jou 034 13
12 Yugoslavia

Flag of Yugoslavia
Vlado and Isolda Ciao Amore 026 18
13 Austria

Flag of Austria
Anita Einfach Weg 005 19
14 Germany

Flag of Germany
Mary Roos Aufrecht Geh’n 034 13
15 Turkey

Flag of Turkey
Bes Yil Önce, On Yil Sonra Halay 037 12
16 Finland

Flag of Finland
Kirka Hengaillaan 046 09
17 Switzerland

Flag of Switzerland
Rainy Day Welche Farbe Hat Der Sonnenschein 030 16
18 Italy

Flag of Italy
Alice and Battiato I Treni Di Tozeur 070 05
19 Portugal

Flag of Portugal
Maria Guinot Silêncio E Tanta Gente 038 11

Returning artists

Artist Country Previous year(s)
Mary Roos  Germany 1972
Izolda Barudzija  Yugoslavia 1982 (part of Aska)

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