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Forum Song Contest #19
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Host Be Brussels, Belgium
Date September 2010
Entries 30
Winner Hr Croatia
Debuting countries none
Returning countries Jp Japan
Withdrawing countries Pt Portugal
Ch Switzerland
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The Host CityEdit

Brussels is a region of Belgium comprising 19 municipalities, including the City of Brussels, which is the de jure capital of Belgium.  The Brussels-Capital Region is located in the central portion of the country and is a part of both the French Community of Belgium and the Flemish Community, but is separate from the region of Flanders (in which it forms an enclave) or Wallonia. Compared to most regions in Europe, Brussels has a relatively small territory, with an area of 161 km2 (62 sq mi). The region has a population of 1.2 million and a metropolitan area with a population of over 2.1 million, the largest agglomeration in Belgium. Brussels is also part of a large conurbation which extends between Brussels, Ghent, Antwerp, Leuven and Walloon Brabant and is home to over 5 million people.

Brussels has grown from a small rural settlement on the river Senne to become an important city-region in Europe. Since the end of the Second World War, Brussels has been a major centre for international politics and has become the home of numerous international organisations, politicians, diplomats and civil servants.  Brussels is the de facto capital of the European Union, as it hosts a number of principal EU institutions (the other administrative centres are Luxembourg and Strasbourg).  The secretariat of the Benelux and the headquarters of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) are also located in Brussels.  Today, it is classified as an Alpha global city.

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The VenueEdit

Vorst Nationaal

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Forest National (French) or Vorst Nationaal (Dutch) is a multi-purpose arena in Brussels, Belgium. The arena can hold 8,000 people. It hosts indoor sporting events, as well as music concerts, by a wide variety of music artists. British hard rock band Deep Purple sold out the arena, with 8,000 tickets, in 2006, during their successful Rapture of the Deep World Tour.

The HostsEdit

Evy Gruyaer

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Evy was born in 1979 and she is a flemish radio and television host. She graduated in Kortrijk as an interpreter. She started her television career at a local radio station. But after she had won a contest she started at Radio Donna.

First as a reader of the news but later she was one of the most famous hosts of the radio station. Her television career started in 2001. She hosted programs like Vlaanderen Vakantieland, Vlaanderen Sportland, Aan Tafel, Ticket,...

Since 2007 she presents De Rode Loper (The Red Carpet).

Maybe some of you will also know her because she presented the Belgian points in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2010.


Koen Wauters

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Koen Maria Gaston Wauters (born 17 September 1967) is a Flemish singer, active with the band Clouseau, television presenter, and occasionally actor and race car driver.

In 1987, Koen and his brother Kris joined the local band Clouseau. Koen became the frontman and singer of the band. The band and Koen became household names in Flanders in 1989, when the single Anne became a huge hit. Over the next twenty years, Clouseau became the most popular band in Flanders.

Koen Wauters has acted in 2 Dutch movies, My Blue Heaven (1990) and Intensive Care (1991). Koen Wauters started his career as a TV presenter in 1989, as one of the first faces for the new Flemish TV station vtm. He has presented shows like De Super 50 (a hitparade show), Familieraad, Wedden dat?, 1 tegen 100 and Op zoek naar Maria.

Together with his brother Kris Wauters, also a member of Clouseau, he presented all three seasons of the Flemish version of Pop Idol, Idool 2003, Idool 2004 and Idool 2007. He also hosted X Factor (Belgium) in 2005. Maybe some of you will also know him from his participation in the Eurovision Song Contest 1991.

The ShowEdit

Recap

RECAP - FSC September 2010

RECAP - FSC September 2010

Draw FSC jury Performer Song Place Points
01 Ro Romania Camuflaj feat. Anda Dimitriu In Jurul Lumii 15 47
02 Es Spain Dover Dannaya 21 35
03 Il Israel Dana International ft. Subliminal A'lai 16 44
04 Us USA Zac Poor She'll be Breaking Hearts 11 53
05 Tr Turkey Atiye & Teoman Kal 8 75
06 Ca Canada Drake Find Your Love 22 35
07 Ru Russia Eva Pol'na Parni ne plachut" 29 4 (-20)
08 Al Albania Argjentina Shpirt I Mbytur 12 50
09 Az Azerbaijan Sahin Quliyev Subayliq Sultanliq 17 44
10 De Germany Johannes Oerding Engel 23 35
11 Mk Macedonia Tanmara Todevska Angels 27 25
12 Dk Denmark Medina Execute Me 2 124
13 Hu Hungary Symbien feat. Molnar Marta Turn It Around 28 18
14 Ba Bosnia and Herzegovina Dubioza Kolektiv Walter 19 37
15 Hr Croatia Magazin Siamski Blizanci 1 148
16 No Norway D'Sound If You Dream 10 62
17 Ie Ireland Ash Kamakura 9 65
18 Br Brazil Angel B The Takeback' DQ DQ
19 Pl Poland Vavamuffin Nowy Dzien 25 32
20 Ua Ukraine Max Barskih Lost in Love 14 49
21 Gb United Kingdom Marina & The Diamonds Oh No! 6 83
22 Au Australia Pendulum Watercolour 7 80
23 Be Belgium Robert Abigail & DJ Rebel feat. M.O. Meneando 20 37
24 At Austria Edenbridge Higher 4 87
25 Bg Bulgaria Toni How Long 26 29
26 Fr France Ysa Ferrer French Kiss 18 43
27 Rs Serbia Jovana Nikolic S mesta se pomeri 3 92
28 Jp Japan Ayumi Hamasaki Sexy Little Things 13 50
29 Ee Estonia Uku Suviste Show Me The Love 24 32
30 Gr Greece Nino Theos 5 87

The ResultsEdit

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The WinnerEdit

Magazin - Sijamski Bliznaci

Magazin - Sijamski blizanci (PROMO '10)

Magazin - Sijamski blizanci (PROMO '10)


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