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Eurovision Song Contest: Latvia 2003 (2003)

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

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Sven Stojanovic
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Renars Kaupers Renars Kaupers ... Himself - Host
Marija Naumova ... Herself - Host
Sertab Erener ... Herself - Turkish Entry: 1st Place
Verónica Codesal Verónica Codesal ... Herself - Belgian Entry: 2nd Place
Marie-Sophie Talbot Marie-Sophie Talbot ... Herself - Belgian Entry: 2nd Place
t.A.T.u. ... Themselves - Russian Entry: 3rd Place
Jostein Hasselgård Jostein Hasselgård ... Himself - Norwegian Entry: 4th Place
Jessica Andersson Jessica Andersson ... Herself - Swedish Entry: 5th Place
Magnus Bäcklund Magnus Bäcklund ... Himself - Swedish Entry: 5th Place
Alf Poier Alf Poier ... Himself - Austrian Entry: 6th Place
Justyna Majkowska ... Herself - Polish Entry: 7th Place
Michal Wisniewski ... Himself - Polish Entry: 7th Place
Beth ... Herself - Spanish Entry
Birgitta Haukdal Birgitta Haukdal ... Herself - Icelandic Entry: 8th Place
Nicola Nicola ... Herself - Romanian Entry: 10th Place
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The best songs of Europe are facing one another in Latvia.

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Family | Music

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Country:

Latvia

Release Date:

24 May 2003 (Latvia) See more »

Also Known As:

Concruso da Eurovisão See more »

Filming Locations:

Skonto halle, Riga, Latvia

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Follows The Eurovision Song Contest (1982) See more »

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Written by Ander (as Jesús Mª Pérez) and Amaya Martínez
Performed by Beth
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unexpectedly good
27 January 2004 | by ppm2311See all my reviews

I watched this programme at home with a friend, who shares the same enthusiasm with me for it and it was great! First of all, it was well organised. The stage looked fantastic on TV. Like every year, there are brilliant songs (e.g. France, Russia and Spain for this year), interesting ones (e.g. Belgium, Austria), unoriginal ones (e.g. Ireland, Romania), dull ballads revealing the artist's vocal range (e.g. Greece, Portugal) and some crappy ones. For my taste, there were more songs I consider to be good, compared to previous years, although my personal favourites didn't do well. Not the best always win, but that's what a competition is supposed to be like. However, I enjoyed it really much! I look forward to be there next time! The feeling must be great! Besides, it's a pan-european celebration and a good opportunity to have fun!


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