Last week Eurovision Song Contest stars from all of Europe gathered in London to perform in a special one-off concert to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Eurovision Song Contest. The show, Eurovision Song Contest’s Greatest Hits, was produced by BBC and will be broadcasted all over Europe. The concert was hosted by famous comedian Graham Norton and Eurovision Song Contest 2013 presenter Petra Mede.
The artists and songs performed:
- Anne-Marie David – Tu Te Reconnaîtras
- Emmelie de Forest – Only Teardrops
- Herreys – Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley
- Dana International – Diva
- Olsen Brothers – Fly On The Wings Of Love
- Brotherhood Of Man – Save Your Kisses For Me
- Rosa López – Spanish Eurovision Medley (La La La, Vivo Cantando, Eres Tu and Europe’s Living A Celebration)
- Nicole – Ein Bisschen Frieden
- Lordi – Hard Rock Hallelujah
- Dima Bilan – Believe & Never Let You Go
- Natasha St-Pier – Je n’ai que mon âme
- Loreen – Euphoria
- Johnny Logan – Medley (What’s Another Year, Why Me and Hold Me Now)
- Bobbysocks! – La Det Swinge
- Conchita Wurst – Rise Like A Phoenix
- Eurovision Medley Live (Hallelujah, Volare, Making Your Mind Up and Waterloo)
Since 1956, the Eurovision Song Contest is Europe’s favourite TV show. After more than six decades featuring some 1,400 songs, the contest has become a modern classic, strongly embedded into Europe’s collective mind. Over 50 countries competed in this TV show which has more than 100 million viewers every year.
Below you’re able to watch all performances of Eurovision Song Contest’s Greatest Hits:
(After you press play, you will be able to switch between all performed songs in the bottom right)
You’re able to vote for your favorite song of the first semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 here.
You’re able to vote for your favorite song of the second semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 here.