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Eurovision Song Contest 2014
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Dates
Semi-final 1 date 6 May 2014
Semi-final 2 date 8 May 2014
Final date 10 May 2014
Host
Venue B&W Hallerne, Copenhagen,Denmark[1]
Presenter(s)
  • Lise Rønne
  • Nikolaj Koppel
  • Pilou Asbæk
Executive supervisor Jon Ola Sand
Executive producer Pernille Gaardbo
Host broadcaster DR
Opening act
  • Semi-final 1: “Only Teardrops” performed by Choir of Europe and Emmelie de Forest[3]
  • Semi-final 2: Performance based on “Jalousie ‘Tango Tzigane'” composed by Jacob Gade[6]
Interval act
  • Semi-final 1: “The Ugly Duckling” (musical pieces byBent Fabric interpreted byMike Sheridan)[2][3]
  • Semi-final 2: Australian presentation featuringJessica Mauboy performing “Sea of Flags”[4]
  • Final: “Rainmaker” performed by Emmelie de Forest and the 26 finalists[5]

(There was a cancelled interval act: Trip To The Future.)

Participants
Number of entries 37
Debuting countries None
Returning countries
  •  Poland
  •  Portugal
Withdrawing countries
  •  Bulgaria
  •  Croatia
  •  Cyprus
  •  Serbia

History

The Eurovision Song Contest 2014 was the 59th annual Eurovision Song Contest. The contest took place in Copenhagen, Denmark, following Emmelie de Forest’s win in the 2013 contest with the song “Only Teardrops”. This was the third time that Denmark hosted the contest, the most recent previous occasion being in 2001. The two semi-finals took place on 6 May and 8 May 2014, and the final on 10 May 2014.The shows were presented by Lise Rønne, Nikolaj Koppel and Pilou Asbæk.
Thirty-seven countries participated; this includes the return of Poland after a two-year absence and Portugal after a one-year absence. Overall, there were two fewer countries competing compared to the previous year, making thirty-seven participants, the smallest number since 2006. Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus and Serbia announced their withdrawal from the 2014 Contest.
The contest saw the return of Valentina Monetta representing San Marino for a third consecutive year.This time Monetta did enjoy a “third time luck”, bringing her country its first appearance in the final since its debut in 2008, coming 24th.
Montenegro qualified to the final for the first time since its 2007 debut as an independent state, coming 19th. Overall, that was the fourth Montenegrin entry in the final with the previous ones being in 1983 and 1984, as part of Yugoslavia and in 2005 as part of the State Union of Serbia & Montenegro. Just Ruth Lorenzo of Spain achieved a place in top ten from the “Big 5”.
Conchita Wurst of Austria won the final. This was Austria’s first win in the competition since 1966. With the polarising nature of LGBT rights in western and eastern Europe, Wurst’s status as a drag queen has made some consider Austria’s victory in the contest as a political statement as well.[17] The Netherlands and Sweden finished second and third respectively with the former achieving their best result since their victory in the 1975 Contest.
Georgia’s jury votes in the Grand Final were all declared invalid, as all the jury members had voted exactly the same from 3 point up to 12 points.According to EBU, this constitutes a statistical impossibility. Therefore only Georgia’s televoting result was used for the distribution of the Georgian points in the Grand Final.

the final- the results

Draw[ Country Language Artist Song Place Points
01  Ukraine English Mariya Yaremchuk “Tick-Tock” 6 113
02  Belarus English Teo “Cheesecake” 16 43
03  Azerbaijan English Dilara Kazimova “Start a Fire” 22 33
04  Iceland English Pollapönk “No Prejudice” 15 58
05  Norway English Carl Espen “Silent Storm” 8 88
06  Romania English Paula Seling & Ovi “Miracle” 12 72
07  Armenia English Aram MP3 “Not Alone” 4 174
08  Montenegro Montenegrin Sergej Ćetković “Moj svijet” (Мој свијет) 19 37
09  Poland Polish, English Donatan & Cleo “My Słowianie – We Are Slavic” 14 62
10  Greece English Freaky Fortune feat. RiskyKidd “Rise Up” 20 35
11  Austria English Conchita Wurst “Rise Like a Phoenix” 1 290
12  Germany English Elaiza “Is It Right” 18 39
13  Sweden English Sanna Nielsen “Undo” 3 218
14  France French2 TWIN TWIN “Moustache” 26 2
15  Russia English The Tolmachevy Sisters “Shine” 7 89
16  Italy Italian3 Emma “La mia città” 21 33
17  Slovenia English, Slovene Tinkara Kovač “Round and Round” 25 9
18  Finland English Softengine “Something Better” 11 72
19  Spain English, Spanish Ruth Lorenzo “Dancing in the Rain” 10 74
20   Switzerland English Sebalter “Hunter of Stars” 13 64
21  Hungary English András Kállay-Saunders “Running” 5 143
22  Malta English Firelight “Coming Home” 23 32
23  Denmark English Basim “Cliché Love Song” 9 74
24  Netherlands English The Common Linnets “Calm After the Storm” 2 238
25  San Marino English Valentina Monetta “Maybe” 24 14
26  United Kingdom English Molly “Children of the Universe” 17 40

semi final 1-the results

Draw Country Language Artist Song Place Points
01  Armenia English Aram MP3 “Not Alone” 4 121
02  Latvia English1 Aarzemnieki “Cake to Bake” 13 33
03  Estonia English Tanja “Amazing” 12 36
04  Sweden English Sanna Nielsen “Undo” 2 131
05  Iceland English Pollapönk “No Prejudice” 8 61
06  Albania English Hersi “One Night’s Anger” 15 22
07  Russia English Tolmachevy Sisters “Shine” 6 63
08  Azerbaijan English Dilara Kazimova “Start a Fire” 9 57
09  Ukraine English Mariya Yaremchuk “Tick-Tock” 5 118
10  Belgium English Axel Hirsoux “Mother” 14 28
11  Moldova English Cristina Scarlat “Wild Soul” 16 13
12  San Marino English Valentina Monetta “Maybe” 10 40
13  Portugal Portuguese Suzy “Quero Ser Tua” 11 39
14  Netherlands English The Common Linnets “Calm After the Storm” 1 150
15  Montenegro Montenegrin Sergej Ćetković “Moj svijet” (Мој свијет) 7 63
16  Hungary English András Kállay-Saunders “Running” 3 127

semi final 2-the results

Draw Country Language Artist Song Place Points
01  Malta English Firelight “Coming Home” 9 63
02  Israel English, Hebrew Mei Finegold “Same Heart” 14 19
03  Norway English Carl Espen “Silent Storm” 6 77
04  Georgia English The Shin and Mariko “Three Minutes to Earth” 15 15
05  Poland Polish, English Donatan & Cleo “My Słowianie – We Are Slavic” 8 70
06  Austria English Conchita Wurst “Rise Like a Phoenix” 1 169
07  Lithuania English Vilija “Attention” 11 36
08  Finland English Softengine “Something Better” 3 97
09  Ireland English Can-Linn feat. Kasey Smith “Heartbeat” 12 35
10  Belarus English Teo “Cheesecake” 5 87
11  Macedonia English Tijana “To the Sky” 13 33
12   Switzerland English Sebalter “Hunter of Stars” 4 92
13  Greece English Freaky Fortune feat. RiskyKidd “Rise Up” 7 74
14  Slovenia English, Slovene Tinkara Kovač “Round and Round” 10 52
15  Romania English Paula Seling & Ovi “Miracle” 2 125

Returning artists
Valentina Monetta represented San Marino for a third and final consecutive year, having previously represented the microstate at the 2012 and 2013 contests.This makes Monetta the fourth main singer to compete in three consecutive contests (and the only one of amongst them never to win in one of these occasions), following Lys Assia and Corry Brokken, who both competed in the 1956, 1957 and 1958 contests, and Udo Jürgens, who competed in 1964, 1965 and 1966. Paula Seling and Ovi returned as a duo, having previously represented Romania in 2010.The Tolmachevy Sisters, who represented Russia, previously participated in and won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2006. Macedonian backing vocalist Tamara Todevska previously represented Macedonia in 2008.Martina Majerle, who represented Slovenia in 2009, returned as a backing vocalist for Montenegro.

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