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Forum Song Contest #02
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Host Gb London, United Kingdom
Date April 1, 2009
Entries 20
Winner Be Belgium
Debuting countries Bg Bulgaria
Fi Finland
Mt Malta
Nl Netherlands
Pl Poland
Rs Serbia
Returning countries none
Withdrawing countries Al Albania
Ar Argentina
Ca Canada
Se Sweden
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April 2009 saw the 2nd edition of Forum Song Contest. After Alesha Dixon was victorious in the first edition, the United Kingdom was the hosting country, and London was chosen as the host city.

20 countries participated, two more than in the premiere edition. Bulgaria, Finland, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland and Serbia were present for the first time, on the other hand Albania, Argentina, Canada and Sweden withdrew.

Belgian singer Lasgo emerged as the winner with her song "Gone". Ukraine and debutant Finland completed the top three.

The Host City Edit

London is the capital of the United Kingdom and its history goes back to its founding by the Romans. Since its beginnings, London has been part of many movements and phenomena throughout history.English Renaissance, the Industrial Revolution, and the Gothic Revival in architecture. London is one of the world's most important business, financial, and cultural centres and its influence in politics, education, entertainment, media, fashion and the arts contributes to its status as a major global city. London currently has a wide range of peoples, cultures, and religions, and over 300 languages are spoken within the city.

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The Hosts Edit

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Robbie Williams is a Grammy Award-nominated and multi BRIT Award-winning British singer-songwriter. His career started as a dancer and singer of the pop band Take That in 1990, which he left in 1995 to launch his solo career. Robbie Williams as a solo artist has sold more albums in the United Kingdom than any other British solo artist in history and has won more BRIT Awards than any other artist to date. His album sales stands at over 55 million worldwide.
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Eva Ulrika Jonsson is a Swedish-born British television presenter and occasional actress. After Jonsson began her TV career on TV-am in 1989 where she worked as a weather forecaster. In 1998 she was the host for Eurovision Song Contest 1998. In 2002, Jonsson presented TV makeover show Home On Their Own, a show where children made alterations to their house (how they wanted the house to be) during the course of a weekend, while their parents went on holiday. On 20 January 2007 she joined 10 other celebrities to take part in the ITV reality TV show Dancing On Ice, where she was partnered with Pavel Aubrecht. From 2 January to 23 January 2009, she took part in the Channel 4's Celebrity Big Brother which she won.

The Show Edit

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Draw FSC jury Performer Song Place Points
01 Dk Denmark Infernal Electric Lights 07. 72
02 Be Belgium Lasgo Gone 01. 94
03 Ie Ireland U2 Get on Your Boots 19. 25
04 Tr Turkey Eylem Let's Dance 10. 60
05 Nl The Netherlands Ilse de Lange So Incredible 06. 74
06 Mt Malta DJ Ruby Living in the Dark 13. 48
07 Rs Serbia Grand Kvartet Rode ce se opet vratiti 14. 45
08 Fi Finland Anna Abreu Something about You 03. 86
09 De Germany Monrose Hit 'n Run 08. 66
10 No Norway Maria Mena All This Time 04. 85
11 Mk Macedonia Area Frekfencija na ljubovta 05. 75
12 Ua Ukraine NikitA Veryovki 02. 92
13 Ba Bosnia and Herzegovina Erato feat. Jacques Putujemo snovima 09. 65
14 Ro Romania Sophia My Love 17. 31
15 Gr Greece Nancy Alexiadi Den se hriazoume 11. 58
16 Es Spain Nena Daconte Tenía Tanto Que Darte 16. 36
17 Pl Poland Marcin Rozynek Ubieranie do snu 20. 21
18 Ru Russia Via Gra My Emancipation 12. 56
19 Bg Bulgaria DesiSlava Dva magnita 15. 42
20 Gb United Kingdom Take That Up All Night 18. 29

The Results Edit

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Unfortunately the detailed voting grid could not be retrieved.

The Winner Edit

Lasgo - Gone:
Lasgo - Gone

Lasgo - Gone


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