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Cast

Credited cast:
Laura Valenzuela ...
Herself - Host
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Herself - French Entry: 1st Place
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Herself - Dutch Entry: 1st Place
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Herself - United Kingdom Entry: 1st Place
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Herself - Spanish Entry: 1st Place
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Augusto Algueró ...
Himself - Musical director and conductor: Luxembourg and Spain
Michael Aspel ...
Himself - United Kingdom Commentator (voice)
Francis Bay ...
Himself - Conductor: Belgium
Øivind Bergh ...
Himself - Conductor: Norway
Hans Blum ...
Himself - Conductor: Germany
Clifford Brown ...
Himself - Scrutineer
Gay Byrne ...
Himself - Irish Commentator (voice)
Brian Cant ...
Himself - United Kingdom Vote Presenter
Sverre Christophersen ...
Himself - Norwegian Commentator (voice)
Muriel Day ...
Herself - Irish Entry: 7th Place
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Trivia

There were four winners this year - Spain, United Kingdom, The Netherlands, and France. As there were no rules how to distinguish between songs finishing on the same place with the same amount of points, all four countries were declared winners. See more »

Connections

Followed by The Eurovision Song Contest Semi Final (2008) See more »

Soundtracks

Boom Bang-a-Bang
Written by Alan Moorhouse and Peter Warne
Performed by Lulu
Backing vocals by Sue Glover and Sunny Leslie
Orchestra conducted by Johnny Harris
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