Eurovision’s Greatest Hits: more names announced
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM – Another day, another reveal! Today we are pleased to confirm Emmelie De Forest who came first in the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest will be performing her winning song ‘Only Teardrops.’ Upon victory, Emmeille became the third contestant from Denmark to win the competition.
Next up, who can forget Lordi from Finland? Who made history in 2006 by becoming the first, and to date, the only hard rock act to win the Eurovision Song Contest. Lordi will once again take to the stage to perform their winning song ‘Hard Rock Hallelujah’.
Lastly the final act we can confirm today is 1982 Eurovision Song Contest winner Nicole from Germany. Nicole was just 17 years old when she led her country to victory in Harrogate, Yorkshire and she will once again perform her song ‘Ein Bißchen Frieden’ (A Little Peace). After the contest, the English language version of the song went on to become the 500th UK Singles Chart number one.