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Numerous artists have become well-known on the stages of Eurovision, many performances have become famous and many artists have become idols all over the world.

Among many, Cliff Richard who participated twice in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1968 (2nd place) and 1973 (3rd place) for the United Kingdom, Julio Iglesias who represented Spain in 1970 (4th place), Olivia Newton-John who represented United Kingdom in 1974 (4th place), Lara Fabian who represented Luxembourg in 1988 (4th place) and Celine Dion representing the Switzerland, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest in 1988.

More recently, Las Ketchup (21st place at ESC 2006) also participated in the Eurovision Song Contest representing Spain and Blue (11th place at ESC 2011) and Bonnie Tyler (19th place at ESC 2013) also participated in the Eurovision Song Contest, both for the United Kingdom.

But being a Eurovision star means continuing and many who achieved stardom by winning the Eurovision Song Contest continued to show their talent to the world.

Elisabeth Andreassen (Norway) is the only ESC winner to have participated 4 times in the Eurovision Song Contest.
Lys Assia (Switzerland), Corry Brokken (The Netherlands), Udo Jürgens (Austria), Hanne Krogh (Norway) and Carola (Sweden) are among the ESC winners who participated the most, with the historic mark of 3 participations in the Eurovision Song Contest.
Anne-Marie David achieved the historic milestone of winning the Eurovision Song Contest representing one country (Luxembourg) and later competing representing another country (France) as well as Elisabeth Andreassen who participated for the first time representing a country (Sweden) and ended up winning the ESC representing another country (Norway).
Jonnhy Logan (Ireland) was the only one to achieve the historic mark of winning the Eurovision Song Contest twice in 1980 and 1987 and was the composer of the ESC winning song in 1992.

Eurovision Song Contest winners who continued to participate or who participated multiple times until winning:

Eurovision Family Lys Assia (Switzerland)
Eurovision Family Corry Brokken (The Netherlands)
Eurovision Family Jean-Claude Pascal (Luxembourg)
Eurovision Family Isabelle Aubret (France)
Eurovision Family Gigliola Cinquetti (Italy)
Eurovision Family Udo Jürgens (Austria)
Eurovision Family Hanne Krogh (Norway)
Eurovision Family Anne-Marie David (Luxembourg)
Eurovision Family Izhar Cohen (Israel)
Eurovision Family Jonnhy Logan (Ireland)
Eurovision Family Elisabeth Andreassen (Norway)
Eurovision Family Carola (Sweden)
Eurovision Family Linda Martin (Ireland)
Eurovision Family Niamh Kavanagh (Ireland)
Eurovision Family Dana International (Israel)
Eurovision Family Charlotte Perrelli (Sweden)
Eurovision Family Dima Bilan (Russia)
Eurovision Family Alexander Rybak (Norway)
Eurovision Family Lena (Germany)

ESC 1956 (Winner), ESC 1957 (8th), ESC 1958 (2nd)
ESC 1956 (2nd), ESC 1957 (Winner), ESC 1958 (9th)
ESC 1961 (Winner), ESC 1981 (11th)
ESC 1962 (Winner), ESC 1968 (3rd)
ESC 1964 (Winner), ESC 1974 (2nd)
ESC 1964 (6th), ESC 1965 (4th), ESC 1966 (Winner)
ESC 1971 (17th), ESC 1985 (Winner), ESC 91 (17th)
ESC 1973 (Winner), ESC 1979 (3rd)
ESC 1978 (Winner), ESC 1985 (5th)
ESC 1980 (Winner), ESC 1987 (Winner)
ESC 1982 (8th), ESC 85 (Winner), ESC 94 (6th), ESC 96 (2nd)
ESC 1983 (3rd), ESC 1991 (Winner), ESC 2006 (5th)
ESC 1984 (2nd), ESC 1992 (Winner)
ESC 1993 (Winner), ESC 2010 (23rd)
ESC 1998 (Winner), ESC 2011 (15th SF)
ESC 1999 (Winner), ESC 2008 (18th)
ESC 2006 (2nd), ESC 2008 (Winner)
ESC 2009 (Winner), ESC 2018 (15th)
ESC 2010 (Winner), ESC 2011 (10th)

Fud Leclerc (Belgium), Peter, Sue and Marc (Switzerland) and Valentina Monetta (San Marino) are among the artists who participated most in the ESC, with the historic mark of 4 participations in the Eurovision Song Contest. Elisabeth Andreassen has also participated 4 times in the Eurovision Song Contest, the first time representing Sweden and 3 times representing Norway.

Eurovision Family Fud Leclerc (BE)
Eurovision Family Peter, Sue and Marc (CH)
Eurovision Family Elisabeth Andreassen (NO)
Eurovision Family Valentina Monetta (SM)

ESC 1956 (2nd) ESC 58 (5th) ESC 60 (6th) ESC 62 (13th)
ESC 1971 (12th) ESC 76 (4th) ESC 79 (10th) ESC 81 (4th)
ESC 1982 (8th) ESC 1985 (Winner) ESC 1994 (6th), ESC 1996 (2nd)
ESC 2012 (14thSF) ESC 13 (11thSF) ESC 14 (24th) ESC 17 (18thSF)

Artists who participated 3 times in the Eurovision Song Contest:

Eurovision Family Domenico Modugno (Italy)
Eurovision Family Kirsti Sparboe (Norway)
Eurovision Family Katja Ebstein (Germany)
Eurovision Family Anita Skorgan (Norway)
Eurovision Family Hot Eyes (Denmark)
Eurovision Family Wind (Germany)
Eurovision Family Chiara (Malta)
Eurovision Family Zdob si Zdub (Moldava)
Eurovision Family Senhit (San Marino)

ESC 1958 (3rd), ESC 1959 (6th), ESC 1966 (17th)
ESC 1965 (13th), ESC 1967 (14th), ESC 1969 (16th)
ESC 1970 (3rd), ESC 1971 (3rd), ESC 1980 (2nd)
ESC 1977 (4th), ESC 1979 (11th), ESC 1982 (12th)
ESC 1984 (4th), ESC 1985 (11th), ESC 1988 (3rd)
ESC 1985 (2nd), ESC 1987 (2nd), ESC 1992 (16th)
ESC 1998 (3rd), ESC 2005 (2nd), ESC 2009 (22nd)
ESC 2005 (6th), ESC 2011 (12th), ESC 2022 (7th)
ESC 2011 (16thSF), ESC 2020 (-), ESC 2021 (22nd)

Portugal has 3 artists who participated twice in the Eurovision Song Contest: Simone de Oliveira (1965 and 1969), Carlos Mendes (1968 and 1972) and Dora (1986 and 1988).

Eurovision Family Simone de Oliveira (Portugal)
Eurovision Family Carlos Mendes (Portugal)
Eurovision Family Dora (Portugal)

ESC 1965 (13th) and ESC 1969 (15th)
ESC 1968 (11th) and ESC 1972 (7th)
ESC 1986 (14th) and ESC 1988 (18th)

info Peter Reber, Sue Schell & Marc Dietrich (Peter, Sue and Marc, Switzerland)



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