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Eurovision Song Contest Trivia Quiz (Easy)

In the UK we call it the Eurovision Song Contest. The Italians call it Gara musicale Eurovision. The French call it Concours Eurovision de la chanson. Whatever you call it, this annual event is growing in popularity year on year. From very humble beginnings and a tiny audience the show now boasts international viewing figures in the hundreds of millions. Over 50 countries now compete by submitting an original (previously unreleased) song which battles through the semi-finals hoping to join the other finalists on the big night in May. Australia are now regular contestants too because their TV broadcaster Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) is part of the EBU (European Broadcasting Union) … and membership of the EBU is a qualification requirement for taking part in the Eurovision Song Contest. It’s a bit confusing but that’s about the size of it.

Here are our online multiple choice Eurovision Song Contest quiz questions. If you find them a little too easy we also have super-hard ‘Superfan’ quiz questions which are for Eurovision aficionados only.

Good luck ...

Q1. What is the maximum number of performers allowed on stage for each act?

Q2. Sandra Kim, who won for Belgium in 1986, is the youngest ever Eurovision winner. How old was she?

Q3.  Céline Dion won Eurovision in 1988. Which country was she representing?

Q4. What was unusual about Belgium’s 2003 entry?

Q5.  Which of these countries are NOT members of the “Big 5” who are guaranteed a place in the final every year?

Q6. Which country has won the Eurovision Song Contest the most number of times?

Q7. In which year was a new voting system introduced where the jury vote and the public vote are split and announced separately?

Q8. Who was the first country to host Eurovision in 1956?

Q9. Speaking of the first Eurovision, how many countries took part in it?

Q10. ABBA is one of the most famous acts to have participated in the Eurovision Song Contest; what year did they win with their song “Waterloo”?

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