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Forum Song Contest #44
Host Fr Le Mans, France
Date October 2, 2012
Entries 35
Winner Dk Denmark
Debuting countries none
Returning countries Dk Denmark
Ch Switzerland
Withdrawing countries Au Australia
Mk Macedonia
Pl Poland
Se Sweden
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This month we'll go the country with the most famous tower in the world, the country with a lot of beautiful places, people and much much more!

Yes, you read it well, we are arrived in "La France"! After a big selection with a lot of interested cities, the Head of Delegation of France decided to organize the show in Le Mans.

The Host city Edit

Le Mans is a city in France, on the Sarthe River. Traditionally the capital of the province of Maine, it is now the capital of the Sarthe department and the seat of the Roman Catholic diocese of Le Mans. Le Mans is a part of the Pays de la Loire region.

Since 1923, the city has hosted the internationally famous 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance sports car race.

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The venueEdit

Antarès is an indoor sporting arena that is located in Le Mans, France. The arena is located inside the Circuit de la Sarthe, home of the famous 24 Hours of Le Mans, and adjacent to the first right kink on the Mulsanne Straight. The seating capacity of the arena, which was inaugurated in 1995, is 6,023 people when configured for basketball games.

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The HostsEdit

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

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Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, born 17 April 1985 is a French professional tennis player. He was born in Le Mans, to a Congolese father, Didier Tsonga, who moved to France in the 1970s to play handball, and a French mother, Évelyne. Tsonga is a member of the Tennis Club de Paris (TCP). His career-high singles ranking is world No. 5, which he achieved in February 2012.

Tsonga rose to fame by virtue of his performance in the 2008 Australian Open when, as an unseeded player, he reached the final, having defeated four seeded players along the way, including a straight-sets win over world No. 2 Rafael Nadal in the semifinals. Tsonga eventually lost to world No. 3 Novak Djokovic in the final in four sets, after winning the first set; it was the only set Djokovic dropped during the tournament.


Leslie

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Leslie Bourgouin, better known by her mononym Leslie, is a French pop-R&B singer born on February 4, 1985 in Le Mans, France. Her father is Vietnamese and Polynesian while her mother is French. She is married to French music producer Djamel Ferazi known as Kore, with whom she has a son.

In 2007, she recorded a duet single with the R&B singer Bobby Valentino, "Accorde-moi". The same year, she covered several 1980s songs on her album Futur 80, including "Boule de flipper" originally sung by Corynne Charby, "Mise au point" by Jakie Quartz and "Les Bêtises" by Sabine Paturel.


The ShowEdit

FSC OCTOBER 2012 - RECAP

FSC OCTOBER 2012 - RECAP

Draw FSC jury Performer Song Place Points
01 Mx Mexico Paulina Rubio Boys Will Be Boys 7 89
02 Cy Cyprus Marianne's Wish Still Here 10 76
03 Ee Estonia Sinine ft. Sandra Nurmsalu Sel Teel 6 102
04 Ie Ireland Benny Smiles ft. Niamh Farell Moonlight 14 69
05 Cz Czech Republic Zrni & Marketa Irglova Mejso 15 67
06 Tw Taiwan Deserts Xuan Significant Others 31 17
07 Hr Croatia Luka Nizetić Jugo 12 71
08 By Belarus Litesound Finally 33 13
09 Ca Canada Tegan & Sara Closer 17 58
10 Hu Hungary Notar Mary Megegett A Vakaro 23 35
11 Bg Bulgaria Milenita Da Ti Go Nachuli 24 34
12 Tr Turkey Mustafa Ceceli Es 34 12
13 Ro Romania Lucia Me Over You 26 29
14 Ma Morocco Nabila Maan Bnat Lalla Menana 35 -22
15 Ua Ukraine Zlata Ognevich Za Lisamy Horamy 2 131
16 Ru Russia Irina Dubtsova Esh, Molys, Lyubi 4 105
17 Il Israel Meital De Razon & Asi Le Lo Le 19 45
18 De Germany Mandy Capristo Closer 9 80
19 Us United States Imagine Dragons Bleeding Out 8 84
20 Az Azerbaijan Roya Son Gorush 32 13
21 Ba Bosnia and Herzegovina Nikolina Kovač Ljubav Je Lavirint 28 20
22 Id Indonesia Nadya Atira A New World 13 71
23 No Norway Frida Amundsen You Are Not Alone 5 103
24 Gb United Kingdom Amelia Lily You Bring Me Joy 11 74
25 Dk Denmark Soluna Samay Come Again 1 167
26 Pt Portugal Mickael Carreira Viver A Vida 18 52
27 At Austria Ogris Debris ft. Ken  The Way 25 30
28 Gr Greece Demy Poses Xiliades Kalokairia 20 42
29 Fr France Shy'm Et Alors! 16 65
30 Ch Switzerland Seven The Art Is King 21 42
31 Rs Serbia Goca Trzan Strašilo 27 22
32 Si Slovenia Big Foot Mama Užitek Na Replay 30 17
33 Nl Netherlands Delain We Are The Others 3 130
34 Es Spain Macaco Love Is The Only Way 29 18
35 Be Belgium Merdan Taplak Une Affaire A Istanbul 22 39

The ResultsEdit

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Unfortunately the detailed voting grid could not be found.

The winnerEdit

Soluna Samay - Come Again:
Soluna Samay - Come Again (The Quetzal)

Soluna Samay - Come Again (The Quetzal)


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