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Forum Song Contest #91
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Host No Trondheim, Norway
Date September 2016
Entries 30
Winner Pl Poland
Debuting countries none
Returning countries Il Israel
Lv Latvia
Es Spain
Withdrawing countries At Austria
Cz Czech Republic
Us United States
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September 2016 saw the 91st edition of Forum Song Contest (FSC), for the second consecutive time held in Norway after Morland's victory in the preceding edition.

30 countries participated in this edition: While Israel and Latvia returned to the competition, Austria and the United States withdrew from it.

For the first time since FSC 5, Poland emerged as the winner, thanks to Sylwia Grzeszczak's song "Tamta Dziewczyna". It grabbed 124 points, four more than Italy's Elisa who got the second place with her song "No Hero". The Netherlands completed the top three.

The Host City Edit

The Host city for this FSC 91-edition is Trondheim, Norway’s third largest city (population about 190.000), situated in the county of Trøndelag , in the geographic middle of the country. Historically, Trondheim was known as Nidaros , and its majestic Christian Cathedral Nidarosdomen, Norway’s largest, is perhaps the city’s most famous monument.

The city functions as the administrative centre of the county. Trondheim lies on the south  shore of the Trondheimsfjord at the mouth of the river Nidelva. The city is also known for  its technology-related institutions like the Norwegian University of Science and Technology  (NTNU), the Scientific Research Foundation (SINTEF) , & the St. Olavs University Hospital.

Trondheim has many museums incl. the Trondheim Museum of arts, the National Museum  of Decorative Arts, the Trondheim Science Museum (' Vitensenteret ') and the Museum of  Natural History and Archaeology . A famous site in the city is the Archbishop’s Palace. Of more modern institutions is 'Rockheim', the National Discovery Center for Rock and Pop.

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The Venue Edit

Host venue for FSC September 2016 is the Olavshallen Concert Hall. It was built in 1989 as a concert hall & is named after a historical tradition in Trondheim, the St Olav tradition. The foundation stone was laid by King Olav V, on 22nd July 1988. Olavshallen opened its doors to a 1st concert on 17th September 1989 with jazz pianist Oscar Peterson, & the official opening was held on 21st September. Olavshallen consists  of two concert rooms- a main auditorium, the ‘Large Hall’ has a seating capacity of 1240 & the ‘Little Hall’ with a capacity of ca 350 seats. Olavshallen each year , welcomes music artists from various music genres such as classical music, opera, dance, ballet, pop, rock country, jazz, world music and children's and family events, shows, theater, cabaret and stand-up comedy shows . 'Trondheim Symphony Orchestra' has its permanent abode in Olavshallen.

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The Hosts Edit

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The hosts for this edition are Didrik Solli-Tangen and Maria Haukaas-Mittet.

Didrik Solli-Tangen (born on 11th June 1987 in Porsgrunn Norway) is a Norwegian singer best known for having represented Norway in the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 in Oslo with the Pop-song "My Heart Is Yours".  In 2010 he released his debut album as a Pop-artist called ‘Guilty Pleasures’. In the years since, he's spent much time on tour in Norway doing concerts with his musically co-talented brother.

Maria Haukaas Mittet (formerly Storeng, born 3rd August 1979) is a Norwegian recording artist best known for having taken part in the Norwegian IDOL show in 2004 , & then for representing Norway in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2008 with the song ‘Hold On, Be Strong’. A musical talent from an early age, she got the lead part of Annie in the musical ‘Annie’ aged 11 in Oslo. She later performed in many musicals & in 2005 released her debut-album with popular singles. She was co-host of the Norwegian MGP in 2009 and also took part in Swedish MF that same year. She also took part in MGP in 2010. She has since released another album, with Norwegian-only songs, and has married her beloved.

The Show Edit

Nr. Jury Artist Song Rank Points
01 Am Armenia Iveta Mukuchyan Simple Like a Flower 12. 56
02 Ro Romania Andra Why 20. 40
03 Rs Serbia Sasa Kovacevic Zamalo tvoj 11. 57
04 Bg Bulgaria Vessy Boneva Rodinata 10. 58
05 Ee Estonia Cartoon Here (feat. Würffel) 19. 41
06 Mx Mexico Pepe Aguilar Maria (Pop Version) 14. 51
07 Hu Hungary Ákos Ugyanúgy 16. 46
08 Ph Philippines Curse & Bless Sushi Dance 27. 16
09 Hr Croatia Detour Zaljubila sam se 21. 32
10 No Norway Kygo Raging (feat. Kodaline) 6. 85
11 De Germany Madeline Juno You Know What 4. 95
12 Nl Netherlands Armin van Buuren Heading Up High (feat. Kensington) 3. 110
13 Es Spain Ana Alcaide La Mujer Muerta 8. 73
14 Dk Denmark Final Song 5. 93
15 Br Brazil Jaloo Last Dance 25. 23
16 My Malaysia Yuna Crush (feat. Usher) 30.* 61
17 Za South Africa Matthew Mole Run 9. 72
18 Pl Poland Sylwia Grzeszczak Tamta Dziewczyna 1. 124
19 Au Australia Delta Goodrem Enough (feat. Gizzle) 7. 77
20 Fi Finland Felix Jaehn Bonfire (feat. Alma) 13. 56
21 Il Israel Static Barbi (feat. Ben-el Tavori) 23. 31
22 Ru Russia Emin Sbezhim v Baku 22. 32
23 Tr Turkey Gülden Mutlu Bye Bye 28. 11
24 Se Sweden Llojd Stranden 29. 11
25 Gb United Kingdom Matrix & Futurebound Happy Alone (feat. V Bozeman) 26. 23
26 Tw Taiwan G.E.M. Away 18. 43
27 Lv Latvia Chris Noah You 17. 44
28 Ua Ukraine Mickolai Last Day of Summer 15. 46
29 Id Indonesia Krisdayanti Sleep to Dream 24. 25
30 It Italy Elisa No Hero 2. 120

*Malaysia did not vote

The ResultsEdit

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The Winner Edit

Sylwia Grzeszczak - Tamta Dziewczyna

Sylwia Grzeszczak - Tamta dziewczyna -Official Music Video-

Sylwia Grzeszczak - Tamta dziewczyna -Official Music Video-


Editions of FSC
2009

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Il 5: JulyPl 6: AugustBg 7: SeptemberGb 8: OctoberDe 9: NovemberRo 10: December

2010
Us 11: JanuaryAu 12: FebruaryCa 13: MarchEs 14: AprilEs 15: MayDe 16: June
Dk 17: JulyHr 18: AugustBe 19: SeptemberHr 20: OctoberAu 21: NovemberDk 22: December

2011
Au 23: JanuaryGb 24: FebruaryDk 25: MarchDe 26: AprilUs 27: MayNl 28: June
Us 29: JulyFr 30: AugustEe 31: SeptemberGb 32: OctoberMa 33: NovemberBe 34: December

2012
Cy 35: JanuarySe 36: FebruaryUs 37: MarchTr 38: AprilSi 39: MayEs 40: June
Si 41: JulyNl 42: AugustSk 43: SeptemberFr 44: OctoberDk 45: NovemberIe 46: December

2013
Be 47: JanuaryGb 48: FebruaryDe 49: MarchFr 50: AprilCa 51: MaySe 52: June
Es 53: JulyPt 54: AugustCh 55: SeptemberUs 56: OctoberNl 57: NovemberDe 58: December

2014
No 59: JanuaryDe 60: FebruaryNl 61: MarchGb 62: AprilGr 63: MayEe 64: June
Gb 65: JulyNl 66: AugustSe 67: SeptemberTr 68: OctoberGb 69: NovemberNl 70: December

2015
Id 71: JanuaryCh 72: FebruaryAt 73: MarchNo 74: AprilIt 75: MayIt 76: June
Es 77: JulyGb 78: AugustUs 79: SeptemberUs 80: OctoberAu 81: NovemberSi 82: December

2016
Nl 83: JanuaryEe 84: FebruaryNo 85: MarchUa 86: AprilAu 87: MayGb 88: June
De 89: JulyNo 90: AugustNo 91: SeptemberPl 92: OctoberIt 93: NovemberFi 94: December

2017
Es 95: JanuaryNo 96: FebruaryNo 97: MarchMa 98: AprilGb 99: MaySe 100:June
Nl 101: JulyZa 102: AugustPt 103: SeptemberIe 104: OctoberNl 105: NovemberGb 106: December

2018
Cz 107: JanuaryMa 108: FebruaryPl 109: MarchGb 110: AprilUs 111: MayNl 112: June
Ca 113: JulyUa 114: AugustDe 115: SeptemberNo 116: October