The Eurovision Song Contest (2010)

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The Eurovision Song Contest live from Oslow, Norway with guaranteed glamour and glitz throughout.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Erik Solbakken ...
Himself - Host
Haddy N'Jie ...
Herself - Host
Nadia Hasnaoui ...
Herself - Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Giorgos Alkaios ...
Greek entry (as Giorgos Alkaios & Friends)
Sandy Altermatt ...
Herself - Swiss Commentator: Italian Speaking Region (voice)
Stéphane Bern ...
Himself - French Commentator (voice)
Daniël Dekker ...
Himself - Dutch Commentator (voice)
Tom Dice ...
Himself - Belgian Entry
Daniel Diges ...
Himself - Spanish Entry
Josh Dubovie ...
Himself - United Kingdom Entry
Sven Epiney ...
Himself - Swiss Commentator: German Speaking Region (voice)
Dmitry Guberniev ...
Himself - Russian Commentator (voice)
Cyril Hanouna ...
Himself - French Commentator (voice)
Jean-Pierre Hautier ...
Himself - Belgian Commentator: French speaking region (voice)
Niamh Kavanagh ...
Herself - Irish Entry
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The Eurovision Song Contest live from Oslow, Norway with guaranteed glamour and glitz throughout.

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29 May 2010 (Argentina)  »

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The Eurovision Song Contest  »

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Spain performed their entry twice because 'Jimmy Jump' ran on to the stage during the Spainish entry. See more »

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Follows The Eurovision Song Contest (1983) See more »

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Written by Jesús Cañadilla Gómez, Luis Miguel de la Varga, Alberto Jodar and Daniel Diges
Performed by Daniel Diges
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