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Who was the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2014?

Who was the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2014?

Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus and Serbia announced their withdrawal from the 2014 Contest. San Marino and Montenegro both qualified for the final for the first time. The winner was Conchita Wurst with the song “Rise Like a Phoenix”, written by Charley Mason, Joey Patulka, Ali Zuckowski, and Julian Maas for Austria.

Why was Parken Stadium not chosen for the Eurovision Song Contest?

On 28 June 2013, Anders Hørsholt, CEO of Parken Sport & Entertainment, stated that the Parken Stadium was no longer in the running for hosting the contest due to several football matches having already been scheduled to take place at the stadium in the weeks leading up to the contest.

Why was the Eurovision Song Contest not held in Fredericia?

On 25 June 2013, the Municipality of Fredericia announced that the Triangle Region had withdrawn its bid on hosting the contest, due to the lack of a suitable venue. DR required the hosting venue to have no pillars blocking any views and an interior height of at least 16 metres.

Who was the bearded lady in the Eurovision Song Contest?

It could have been easy to write Conchita Wurst off as a gimmick – a Eurovision novelty act known as “the bearded lady”. However when she stepped onto the stage in Copenhagen on Saturday night, it soon became clear she had both the crowd and the television audience captivated with her epic track Rise Like A Phoenix and a voice to match.

How is the format of the Eurovision Song Contest changed?

The format of the contest has changed over the years, though the basic tenets have always been thus: participant countries submit original songs, performed live on a television programme broadcast across the Eurovision Network by the EBU simultaneously to all countries.

What is the EBU logo on the Eurovision Song Contest?

As national broadcasters join and leave the Eurovision feed transmitted by the EBU, the EBU/Eurovision network logo ident (not to be confused with the song contest logo) is displayed. The accompanying theme music (used on other Eurovision broadcasts) is the prelude to Marc-Antoine Charpentier’s Te Deum.

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