The Eurovision Song Contest may have been cancelled, but we know lots of you will still be celebrating Eurovision with your friends at virtual parties across the country.

If you’re hosting an online party with friends, why not include our Eurovision quiz as part of the fun? We’ve put together four rounds of questions - let’s see how good your Eurovision knowledge really is! Answers are at the bottom of this page (no cheating!)

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Euro-fan Nick Slater has written his own Eurovision entry to raise funds for akt!

“Growing up as an LGBTQ+ young person, I hid my identity from my friends and family for years. Watching the Eurovision Song Contest each year was a key moment for me in understanding that I wasn’t alone and embracing and accepting who I was. For millions of young people around the world, Eurovision provides an opportunity to see LGBTQ+ identities represented and actively celebrated, and at times when we feel divided, it reminds us that we are stronger together.”



Runners up

  1. Q: Lys Assia won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1956, then was runner up in 1957 and 1958, but which country was she representing? A: Switzerland
  2. Q: Which 2019 runner up sings ‘Soldi’? A: Mahmood
  3. Q: When was the last time the UK came second in the Eurovision Song Contest? A) 1998 B) 2001 C) 1991 A: 1998, with Imaani and her song ‘Where Are You?’
  4. Q: Australia lost first place to Ukraine in 2016, but who was their (Australia) entrant? A: Dami Im
  5. Q: Cliff Richard was expected to win the Eurovision Song Contest in 1968, but famously lost out to Spain. What song did he enter with? A: Congratulations
  6. Q: Eleni Foureira came second for Cyprus in 2018, but which country had she tried (and failed) to represent in the content in the past? A: Greece

 Finish the lyric – (these are all winning entries!)

  1. Q: ‘How many times do we have to fight? How many times til we get it right between us? ____’ A: ‘Only teardrops’ (Emmelie De Forest, Only Teardrops)
  2. Q: ‘If you love me madly, I’ll gladly, be there___’ A: ‘Like a puppet on a string’ (Sandie Shaw, Puppet On A String)
  3. Q: ‘Every way that I can, I’ll cry, I’ll try___’ A: ‘Make you mine again’ (Sertab Erener, Every Way That I Can)
  4. Q: ‘There’s just one more thing I’d like to add, she’s the greatest love I’ve ever had. ___’ A: ‘Fly on the wings of love’ (Olsen Brothers, Fly On The Wings Of Love)
  5. Q: ‘I’m in love with a fairytale, even though it hurts. ___’ A: ‘Cause I don’t care if I lose my mind, I’m already cursed’ (Alexander Rybak, Fairytale)
  6. Q: ‘You gotta turn it on, and then you gotta put it out’. ___ A: ‘You gotta be sure that it’s something’ (Bucks Fizz, Making Your Mind Up)

 UK entrants

  1. Q: How many times has the UK won the Eurovision Song Contest? A: 5
  2. Q: Name the song and band that lead to nil points for the UK in the 2003 contest? A: Gemini ‘Cry Baby’
  3. Q: We’ve sent a Rikki, Vikki and a Nicki (French) to represent us in the contest over the years, but who came the highest? A: Vikki, who came fourth with ‘Love Is’
  4. Q: Jade Ewen represented the UK in 2009 and came in fifth, the best score we’d seen in a decade. But which band did she later join? A: Sugababes
  5. Q: Who was the most recent UK winner of the content? A: Katrina and The Waves
  6. Q: Which of these UK entrants has not appeared on The X Factor – Andy Abraham, Javine Hylton or Lucie Jones? A: Javine Hylton

Picture round

  1. Daði & Gagnamagnið
  2. James Newman
  3. The Mamas
  4. Conchita