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The Eurovision Song Contest (2000)

The best songs of Europe are facing one another in Sweden.


Cast overview, first billed only:
Anders Lundin ...
Himself - Host
Kattis Ahlström ...
Herself - Host
Jørgen Olsen ...
Himself - Danish Entry: 1st Place
Niels 'Noller' Olsen ...
Himself - Danish Entry: 1st Place
Alsou ...
Herself - Russian Entry: 2nd Place
Renars Kaupers ...
Himself - Latvian Entry: 3rd Place
Gundars Mausevics ...
Himself - Latvian Entry: 3rd Place
Eda-Ines Etti ...
Herself - Estonian Entry: 4th Place
Stefan Raab ...
Himself - German Entry: 5th Place
Eamonn Toal ...
Himself - Irish Entry: 6th Place
Roger Pontare ...
Himself - Swedish Entry: 7th Place
Claudette Pace ...
Herself - Maltese Entry: 8th Place
Goran Karan ...
Himself - Croatian Entry: 9th Place
Hanne Kristine Haugsand ...
Herself - Norwegian Entry: 11th Place
Monica Nygård ...
Herself - Norwegian Entry: 11th Place


The best songs of Europe are facing one another in Sweden.

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18 February 2000 (Belgium)  »

Also Known As:

Concours eurovision de la chanson  »

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Because the broadcasting was stopped due to the fireworks disaster in the Netherlands, Dutch people were not able to participate in the tele-voting. Instead a Dutch jury gave their votes. See more »


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22 July 2005 | by See all my reviews

Every ESC is fun and this is no exception... Won by Denmark(The Olsen brothers) The contest was in Stockholm, Sweden. It was in Sweden because Sweden won the year before with: Take me to your heaven, performed by: Charlotte Nilsson. The arena were the competition was, is called Globen. I recommend ESC because you get to experience a lot of different music styles. ESC was founded by Switzerland. Ireland has won the competition most. you have to see the Eurovision song contest!! ESC is fun because you can cheer for your country... it's like the Olympics but with songs.The host's are Swedish and they were OK. There English was bad but they had nice jokes and were professional.

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