The Ultimate Eurovision Trivia Quiz!
Until it was canceled this year due to the global pandemic, the Eurovision Song Contest has been on every single year since when?
What was the name of the song ABBA sang when they won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1974?
- Dancing Queen
- The Winner Takes All
Which European country has won the Eurovision Song Contest more times than any of the others?
- United Kingdom
What Canadian singer went from virtually unknown to a global diva and international pop star after she won the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest representing Switzerland?
- Celine Dion
- Joni Mitchell
- Shania Twain
- Mylene Farmer
Which performer is the only person to win the Eurovision Song Contest more than once, first in 1987 and again in 1992?
- Sandra Kim
- Duncan Laurence
- Johnny Logan
- Cliff Richard
What is the stage name that Austrian icon Thomas Neuwirth won the 2014 competition under?
- Dima Bilan
- Conchita Wurst
What country did the hard rock band Lordi represent when they shocked the world by winning the 2006 contest?
What were the four countries that shared the title in 1969 after it ended in a four-way tie?
- France, Spain, Germany, Israel
- Ireland, Germany, United Kingdom, Austria
- Spain, Netherlands, France, United Kingdom
- Austria, Spain, Finland, Switzerland
What country is the only one to win the Eurovision Song Contest three consecutive years between 1992 and 1994?
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Ask any European about the Eurovision Song Contest and they will tell you where they were when their country's winner claimed the title. That's because it is the ultimate grand singing competition in Europe that features singers from Norway, Sweden, Iceland, the United Kingdom, and 49 other European countries since 1956. This might be the first time you have ever heard about the Eurovision singing competition so you have no idea just how tough it is to perform a live version of an original song, hoping to win. But do you think you know enough about the contest to answer some questions on it? If so, let's count it down from five, four, three, two, and one...