OGAE Second Chance Contest 1995
OGAE Second Chance Contest 1995 Host broadcaster OGAE Sweden Venue Örebro, Sweden Winning song Sweden
Voting system Each country's jury, made up of member's of the country's OGAE branch, 3–8, 10, and 12 points to their eight favourite songs. Number of entries 9 Returning countries Denmark
Withdrawing countries Austria
OGAE Second Chance Contest ◄1994 1996►
The 1995 OGAE Second Chance Contest was the 9th OGAE Second Chance Contest, organized by the members of international Eurovision Song Contest fan club OGAE to select the best song not to make it to the Eurovision Song Contest through their national finals. This year's contest was held in Örebro in Sweden after Gladys del Pilar won the 1994 Contest with "Det vackraste jag vet".
9 songs competed in the contest with Slovenia, Israel, Denmark returning to the contest. However a number of countries were forced to withdraw: Estonia, Finland, Netherlands, and Romania were all forced to miss the contest due to being relegated from the 1995 Eurovision Song Contest; Austria, Cyprus, Hungary, Iceland and Russia was also absent from the contest due to no national finals being held in the country for this year's Eurovision. Furthermore Malta did not take part although a national final was being held.
For the second time "Guest Juries" were used in the contest, allowing OGAE branches from countries who held no national final for Eurovision 1994 to compete in Second Chance. The Guest Juries for the 1995 contest came from France, Netherlands, Italy, Germany,and Spain.
Sweden were the winners of the 9th edition of Second Chance, represented by singer Cecilia Vennersten with "Det vackraste ", a song composed by Peter & Nanne Grönvall with lyrics by Nanne Grönvall & Maria Rådsten. The runner-up position went to the United Kingdom's Deuce, while third place was awarded to Ireland and Naoimh Penston.
Draw Country Language Artist Song English translation National final Place Points 1 United Kingdom English Deuce "I Need You" — 3rd 2 119 2 Denmark Danish Jacob Launbjerg "Vi ses en dag" See you some day Unplaced 9 60 3 Sweden Swedish Cecilia Vennersten "Det vackraste" The most beautiful 2nd 1 129 4 Norway Norwegian Nina Grønvold "Kjærlighet for første gang" Love for the first time 4th 8 72 5 Croatia Croatian Marinela Malic "Mjesec je jak afrodizijak" The moon is the mightly afrodisiac 19th 7 73 6 Israel Hebrew Dana International "Laila tov Europa" Good evening Europe 2nd 5 76 7 Slovenia Slovene Faraoni "Ljubezen je" Love is 4th 6 75 8 Portugal Portuguese Pedro Miguéis "Ainda é tempo" There is still time 4th 4 82 9 Ireland English Naoimh Penston "Always you" – 2nd 3 94
Below is a summary of all 12 points received:
N. Recipient nation Voting nation 4 United Kingdom France, Germany, Israel, Spain 3 Ireland Denmark, Slovenia, United Kingdom Sweden Croatia, Netherlands, Norway 2 Slovenia Ireland, Portugal 1 Israel Sweden Portugal Italy
OGAE Second Chance Contest Eurovision Song Contest · OGAE · Top ranking countries
Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.
Look at other dictionaries:
OGAE Second Chance Contest 1996 — Host broadcaster OGAE Sweden Venue Farsta, Sweden Winning song … Wikipedia
OGAE Second Chance Contest 2011 — Host broadcaster … Wikipedia
OGAE Second Chance Contest 2009 — Host broadcaster … Wikipedia
OGAE Second Chance Contest 1994 — Host broadcaster OGAE Norway Venue Oslo, Norway Winning song … Wikipedia
OGAE Second Chance Contest 2001 — Host broadcaster OGAE Finland Venue Helsinki, Finland Winning son … Wikipedia
OGAE Second Chance Contest 2010 — Host broadcaster … Wikipedia
OGAE Second Chance Contest 2003 — Host broadcaster OGAE Spain Venue Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain Winning song … Wikipedia
OGAE Second Chance Contest 1993 — Host broadcaster OGAE Norway Venue Oslo, Norway Winning song … Wikipedia
OGAE Second Chance Contest 2000 — Host broadcaster OGAE Turkey Venue Istanbul, Turkey Winning so … Wikipedia
OGAE Second Chance Contest 2004 — Host broadcaster OGAE Sweden Venue Växjö, Sweden Winning song … Wikipedia