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Eurovision 2016. Languages, Participants, Winners

Known as the longest-running international TV song competition, Eurovision, which was established in 1956, is primarily held among country-members of the European Broadcasting Union. See this year’s winners, along with great facts and info in the following sections.
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Eurovision Languages and Their First Appearance

  1. Netherlands: Dutch, 1956
  2. Switzerland: German, 1956
  3. Belgium: French, 1956
  4. Italy: Italian, 1956
  5. United Kingdom: English, 1957
  6. Denmark: Danish, 1957
  7. Sweden, Swedish, 1958
  8. Luxembourg: Luxembourgish, 1960
  9. Norway: Norwegian, 1960
  10. Spain: Spanish, 1961

And the Winners by Language Are….

  1. English, 47%
  2. French, 21.2%
  3. Dutch, 4.5%
  4. Hebrew, 4.5%
  5. German, 3.0%
  6. Norwegian, 3.0%
  7. Swedish, 3.0%
  8. Italian, 33.0%
  9. Spanish, 3.0%
  10. Danish, 1.5%
  11. Serbo-Croatian, 1.5%
  12. Ukrainian, 1.5%
  13. Serbian, 1.5%
  14. Crimean Tatar, 1.5%

We believe now you understand why to learn languages if you do not want to lag behind in your life.

The Twitter Statistics for Eurovision 2016

  • 700 posts
  • 600 users
  • 15, 967, 697 reach
  •  16, 091, 582 impressions

Demographics Tweeting about Eurovision

  • Female: 48%
  • Male: 52%

Shares of posts

  • Original posts: 48%
  • Retweets: 63.6%
  • Replies: 2%

What Are the Top 10 Locations?

  1. Great Britain: 19%
  2. United States: 13%
  3. France: 12%
  4. Spain: 11%
  5. Germany: 5%
  6. Canada: 4%
  7. Poland: 4%
  8. Australia: 3%
  9. Russia: 3%
  10. Ireland: 3%

*There were over 700 million tweets sent for this year’s Eurovision, smashing the record last year.

Top Winners of Eurovision 2016

  1. Jamala (Ukraine): She won in 2009 in the “International Contest of Young Pop Singers in Latvia.” She won this year for the song 1944 with 534 points.
  2. Dami Im (Australia) for the song Sound of Silence, with 511 points; she is a classical pianist who won the prestigious X Factor in Australia back in 2013.
  3. Sergey Lazarev (Russia) for the song “You Are the Only One” with 491 points; this artist has been on Circus of the Stars and Dancing on Ice.

There you have the most interesting facts and stats about the recently concluded song competition. Who will be the next emerging champions? Stay tuned and come back for the latest updates soon.

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