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The Eurovision Song Contest (2013)

The best songs of Europe are facing one another in Sweden.
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Credited cast:
Graham Norton ... Himself - United Kingdom Commentator (voice)
Bonnie Tyler ... Herself - United Kingdom Contestant
Petra Mede ... Herself - Host
Emmelie de Forest ... Herself - Denmark Contestant
Giorgos Kapoutzidis ... Himself - Greek Commentator (voice)
Anouk Anouk ... Herself - Dutch contestant
Natalie Horler Natalie Horler ... Herself - Germany Contestant (as Cascada)
Nicky Byrne Nicky Byrne ... Himself - Ireland voting spokesman
Scott Mills ... Himself - UK voting spokesman
Sarah Dawn Finer Sarah Dawn Finer ... Lynda Woodruff
Felix Bergsson Felix Bergsson ... Himself - Icelandic Commentator (voice)
Jan Smit Jan Smit ... Himself - Dutch Commentator (voice)
Zlata Ognevich ... Herself - Ukraine Contestant
José María Íñigo ... Himself - Spanish Commentator (voice)
Marco Mengoni Marco Mengoni ... Himself - Italy Contestant


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

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Family | Music






English | Swedish | French

Release Date:

18 May 2013 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

58os diagonismos Eurovision: Telikos See more »

Filming Locations:

Malmö, Skåne län, Sweden See more »

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Follows The Eurovision Song Contest (1981) See more »


Only Teardrops
Written by Lise Cabble, Julia Fabrin Jakobsen, Thomas Steengard
Performed by Emmelie de Forest
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Well staged contest
3 February 2017 | by jongibboSee all my reviews

At the timer of writing this review, the UK has just picked it's entrant for the 2017 contest, so it seemed an appropriate moment to dig out my DVDs of past contests. This review is based on the official DVD. 2013 was the year when it struck me that the standard of songs was really going up. Sadly that didn't apply to the UK entry. The BBC having apparently learned nothing from the disastrous result for the UK of Engelbert Hupmperdink's performance at Baku in 2012 selected another aging pop star in Bonnie Tyler - not as old as Engelbert but still well past her prime. Viewers weren't going to vote for a mediocre song just because Bonnie Tyler was singing it. Looking back at the contest, although there was a good quality and range of songs, I don,t think any really stood out, although the winner deserved it's success. Of course there was the usual collection of oddities, the amazing falsetto voice of the Romanian entry, and what was Azerbaijan all about? the staging of it was really odd, but the bonkers elements are part of the fun of Eurovision. Credit must also go to the Swedes for their presentation of the show, particularly to the host Petra Mede who did an excellent job of presenting. Also enjoyable was the song Swedish Smorgasbord she performed while the votes were being counted. Overall this was definitely one of the better contests.

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