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Eurovision Song Contest 2001

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Eurovision Song Contest 2001

Dates
Final 12 May 2001
Host
Parken Stadium, Copenhagen,
Venue
Denmark

Natasja Crone Back


Presenter(s)
Sren Pilmark

Director Jan Frifelt


Executive
Christine Marchal-Ortiz
supervisor
Executive
Jrgen Ramskov
producer
Host
Danmarks Radio (DR)
broadcaster
"Fly on the Wings of Love" and
Opening act "Walk Right Back" performed by the
Olsen Brothers
Medley of Aqua hits performed by
Interval act
Aqua feat. Safri Duo
Participants
Number of
23
entries
Debuting
None
countries

Bosnia and Herzegovina


Greece
Returning Lithuania
countries Poland
Portugal
Slovenia

Withdrawing
countries Austria
Belgium
Cyprus
Finland
Macedonia
Romania
Switzerland

Participation map

Participating countries
Countries that participated in the past but not
in 2001
Vote
Voting Each country awarded 12, 10, 8-1
system points to their 10 favourite songs.
Nul points None

Winning Estonia
song "Everybody"

The Eurovision Song Contest 2001 was the 46th edition of the annual Eurovision Song Contest. The contest took
place in Copenhagen, Denmark, following the Olsen Brothers' win at the 2000 contest in Stockholm, Sweden with
the song "Fly on the Wings of Love". The hosting marked only the second time the contest was held on Danish
soil, after the 1964 contest - 37 years earlier.

23 countries took part in the contest, which was held on 12 May 2001. The host venue was the Parken Stadium -
the largest venue to ever host the contest (as of 2016).

A total of 35,000 spectators saw the show live from within the stadium, breaking the record of 16,000 held by the
previous year's hosts Sweden.[1]

The show was opened by the Olsen Brothers, with a snippet from their winning song "Fly on the Wings of Love",
followed by their latest single "Walk Right Back", which was already a smash hit in Denmark at the time. The
presenters were Danish journalist and TV-show presenter Natasja Crone Back and the famous Danish actor Sren
Pilmark who spoke most of their announcements in rhyming couplets.

France, Greece and Slovenia were the heavy favourites to win the contest; however, as the voting progressed it
became a two-horse race between Estonia and the host country Denmark.[2]

The contest was won by Estonia, represented by Tanel Padar, Dave Benton & 2XL with the song "Everybody",
which scored a total of 198 points. The host nation, Denmark, finished in 2nd place with 177 points - beaten by 21
points.
Coming 3rd were Greece with 147 points - giving the country their best result up till this point. France came 4th
with 142 points, and in 5th place were Sweden with 100 points.

Dave Benton, who was born and raised in Aruba, was the first black person and, at the age of 50 years and 101
days, the oldest contestant at the time to win the contest.[1]

Contents
1 Location
2 Format
2.1 Incidents
3 Participating countries
3.1 Returning artists
4 Results
5 Scoreboard
5.1 12 points
6 International broadcasts and voting
7 Official album
8 References
9 External links

Location
For more details on the host city, see Copenhagen.

Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark was the host city for the 46th edition
of Eurovision. The venue choice for the contest was Parken Stadium, a
football stadium in the Indre sterbro district of Copenhagen, Denmark,
built from 19901992.

Format
The logo of the 2001 Eurovision Song Contest was made out of four
Parken Stadium, Copenhagen - host circles, placed in the shape of a heart. The four circles were also present in
venue of the 2001 contest. the stage design, with the light construction was made of the same four
rings.[2]

The Danish national broadcaster faced some problems whilst organising the contest such as the lack of funds and
the search for a suitable venue. The event was eventually located in the football stadium Parken, after the company
running the stadium agreed to add a retractable roof to the building. This solution made it the biggest venue ever to
host a Eurovision Song Contest, but the scale of it wasn't entirely a success: many of the 38,000 people in the
audience could not see the stage, and for many entries the hall appeared to be too big.[2]

Changes occurred in the qualification process for the 2002 Contest: along with the "Big 4" countries, the top 15
placed countries would qualify for next year's competition. The other spots for 2002 would be filled by countries
that were excluded from the 2001 contest because of their low point average for the years 19962000.[2]

Incidents

Controversy was again rife in the contest: the United Kingdom TV commentator Terry Wogan repeatedly made
critical comments about the hosts and dubbed them "Doctor Death and the Tooth Fairy/The Little Mermaid" after
providing their entire commentary in rhyming couplets.[3] The Danes were so offended that the BBC was obliged
to issue an apology on Wogan's comments.[3] Controversy also surrounded the Swedish song, "Listen To Your
Heartbeat", which was repeatedly accused as a plagiarism of the Belgian entry for the 1996 Contest, "Liefde is een
kaartspel".[4] Eventually the EBU decided for the matter to be settled in court, with the song allowed to compete as
long as the courts did not declare the song as plagiarism.[2][5] At first this was denied by the Swedish songwriters,
one of whom was Thomas G:son, but after the Belgian songwriters and the author's organisation SABAM pressed
for legal action, a cash settlement was agreed.[6][7]

During the voting the Danish band Aqua performed with a medley of their singles, with percussion ensemble Safri
Duo performing in the medley.[2] Although enjoyable, people complained about it being a little bit "rude" as there
was some swearing during the performance, both at the beginning and end of "Barbie Girl".

Participating countries
Further information: List of countries in the Eurovision Song Contest

Due to the EBU's relegation rule of the lowest ranked countries from the contest had to miss the follow year's
contest, meant several countries had to withdraw, while relegated countries from the 1999 contest were able to
return this year. Bosnia and Herzegovina, Greece, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, and Slovenia returned, while
Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Finland, Macedonia, Romania, and Switzerland, the seven countries with the lowest
average result in the past five contests, were relegated. This brought the total number of participating countries to
twenty-three.[1]

Returning artists

Tanel Padar was a backing vocalist for Ines in 2000.

Results
Draw Country Artist Song Language[8] Place Points
01 Netherlands Michelle "Out On My Own" English 18 16
02 Iceland Two Tricky "Angel" English 22 3
Bosnia and Bosnian,
03 Nino Pre "Hano" 14 29
Herzegovina English
04 Norway Haldor Lgreid "On My Own" English 22 3
05 Israel Tal Sondak "En Davar" () Hebrew 16 25
06 Russia Mumiy Troll "Lady Alpine Blue" English 12 37
"Listen to Your
07 Sweden Friends English 5 100
Heartbeat"
English,
08 Lithuania SKAMP "You Got Style" 13 35
Lithuanian
09 Latvia Arnis Mednis "Too Much" English 18 16
"Strings of My
10 Croatia Vanna English 10 42
Heart"

Portugal "S sei ser feliz


11 MTM Portuguese 17 18
assim"
12 Ireland Gary O'Shaughnessy "Without Your Love" English 21 6
13 Spain David Civera "Dile que la quiero" Spanish 6 76

France "Je n'ai que mon


14 Natasha St-Pier French, English 4 142
me"

Turkey Turkish,
15 Sedat Yce "Sevgiliye Son" 11 41
English
"No Dream
16 United Kingdom Lindsay Dracass English 15 28
Impossible"
17 Slovenia Nua Derenda "Energy" English 7 70
18 Poland Piasek "2 Long" English 20 11
German,
19 Germany Michelle "Wer Liebe lebt" 8 66
English

Estonia Tanel Padar, Dave Benton


20 "Everybody" English 1 198
& 2XL

Malta "Another Summer


21 Fabrizio Faniello English 9 48
Night"
22 Greece Antique "Die for You" Greek, English 3 147

Denmark "Never Ever Let You


23 Rollo & King English 2 177
Go"

Scoreboard
The majority of participating countries held a televote, where the top ten most voted for songs were awarded the
12, 10, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 points. This year the EBU introduced for the first time a mix of voting systems (50%
televoting and 50% jury) for those countries that didn't want to use 100% televoting. Only three votes were
allowed per household.[9] According to the EBU rules (published on 05/10/00), every broadcaster was free to
make a choice between the full televoting system and the mixed 50-50 system. In exceptional circumstances,
where televoting was not possible at all, only a jury was used: Bosnia & Herzegovina, Turkey and Russia. Only a
few countries are confirmed to have used the mixed voting system: Croatia, Greece and Malta.
Voters
Voting
procedure
used:
Red: Televote.
Blue : Jury.
Purple : 50/50

Netherlands 16 5 1 6 4
Iceland 3 1 2
Bosnia and
29 4 10 7 1 7
Herzegovina
Norway 3 3
Israel 25 6 10 7 2
Russia 37 5 3 10 8 4 2 5
Sweden 100 7 3 2 8 2 2 6 4 5 8 5 2 8 8 5 7 8 10
Lithuania 35 5 1 2 4 10 1 5 1 4 2
Latvia 16 8 8
Croatia 42 7 10 5 3 10 7
Portugal 18 6 12
Ireland 6 1 5
Spain 76 7 2 5 4 12 5 4 7 3 5 6 3 1 1 3 8
France 142 8 4 12 7 2 12 6 7 7 6 12 7 3 1 6 6 10 6 10 4 6
Turkey 41 3 7 7 7 4 10 3
United
28 2 3 3 3 3 2 4 1 2 2 3
Kingdom
Slovenia 70 4 6 10 6 1 4 7 4 8 2 2 1 6 4 5
Poland 11 2 3 5 1
Germany 66 1 3 8 1 1 10 6 10 6 3 2 4 1 5 1 4
Estonia 198 12 10 4 10 6 6 8 12 12 2 10 8 8 12 12 12 12 10 12 12 8
Malta 48 3 1 5 7 3 1 4 2 1 3 1 2 3 12
Greece 147 6 8 8 8 10 5 12 5 2 5 4 5 12 3 5 7 8 8 8 6 7 5
Denmark 177 10 12 12 7 10 6 10 12 8 12 7 4 4 10 10 7 12 12 6 6

12 points

Below is a summary of all 12 points in the final:

N. Contestant Voting nation


9 Estonia Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Slovenia, Turkey, United Kingdom
6 Denmark Iceland, Croatia, Estonia, Germany, Ireland, Norway
3 France Bosnia & Herzegovina, Portugal, Russia
2 Greece Spain, Sweden
Spain Israel
1 Malta Denmark
Portugal France
International broadcasts and voting
The table below shows the order in which votes were cast during the 2001 contest along with the spokesperson
who was responsible for announcing the votes for their respective country. Each national broadcaster also sent a
commentator to the contest, in order to provide coverage of the contest in their own native language. Details of the
commentators and the broadcasting station for which they represented are also included in the table below.[1]
Voting
Country Spokespersons Commentator Broadcaster
order

Marlayne Willem van Beusekom Nederland 2[10]


01 (representative for Netherlands in
Netherlands
1999) Hijlco Span Nederlands Radio 2

Gsli Marteinn
02 Iceland Eva Mara Jnsdttir
Baldursson Sjnvarpi[11]
Bosnia and
03 Segmedina Srna Ismeta Dervoz-Krvavac BHT1
Herzegovina
04 Norway Roald yen Jostein Pedersen NRK1[12]
No commentator IBA
05 Israel Yoav Ginai[13]
Daniel Pe'er Reshet Gimel
Alexandr Anatolievich & Public Russian
06 Russia Larisa Verbitskaya Konstantin Mikhailov Television
Vadim Dolgachev Voice of Russia
Henrik Olsson SVT1[14]
07 Sweden Josefine Sundstrm[14]
Carolina Norn SR P3[15]
08 Lithuania Loreta Tarozait[16] Darius Ukuraitis LTV

Renrs Kaupers
(representative for Latvia in 2000 as
09 Latvia Krlis Streips Latvijas Televzija
part of Brainstorm, co-presenter in
2003)

Ante Batinovi HRT 1[18]


10 Croatia Danijela Trbovi[17]
Draginja Bala HR 2
11 Portugal Margarida Mercs de Mello[19] Eldio Clmaco RTP1[19]
Marty Whelan RT One[20]
12 Ireland Blthnaid N Chofaigh
Brendan Balfe RT Radio 1
13 Spain Jennifer Rope Jos Luis Uribarri TVE1[21]
Marc-Olivier Fogiel &
Corinne Herms[22] Dave France 3[23]
14 France
(winner for Luxembourg in 1983)
Olivier Chiabodo France Bleu
mer nder TRT 1
15 Turkey Meltem Ersan Yazgan
mit Tuna TRT Radyo 3
United Terry Wogan BBC One
16 Colin Berry
Kingdom Ken Bruce BBC Radio 2
17 Slovenia Mojca Mavec Andrea F SLO1
18 Poland Maciej Oro Artur Orzech TVP1[24]
Peter Urban Das Erste[25]
19 Germany Axel Bulthaupt Deutschlandfunk/NDR
Thomas Mohr
2[26]
20 Estonia Ilomai Kttim "Elektra" Marko Reikop Eesti Televisioon[27]
Vello Rand ERR Raadio 2
21 Malta Marbeck Spiteri[28] Alfred Borg PBS
Dafni Bokota ET1[30]
22 Greece Alexis Kostalas[29]
Giorgos Mitropoulos ERA1

Gry Johansen[31] Hans Otto Bisgaard &


23 Denmark DR1[31]
(representative for Denmark in 1983) Hilda Heick

Terry Wogan
- Australia1 (non-participating country) Effie
SBS

Andi Knoll ORF1


- Austria (non-participating country)
Stermann & Grissemann FM4[32]
Andr Vermeulen & Anja
Daems VRT TV1[33]

Jean-Pierre Hautier RTBF La Une[23]


- Belgium (non-participating country) Julien Put & Michel
VRT Radio 2
Follet
Laurent Daube & ric
RTBF La Premire
Russon
- Belarus (non-participating country) Alex Krugliyakov BT
- Cyprus (non-participating country) Evi Papamichail RIK 1[34]
Jani Juntunen & Asko
- Finland (non-participating country)
Murtomki YLE TV1[35]
- Macedonia (non-participating country) Milanka Raik MTV 2

Romania Andreea Marin &


- (non-participating country) TVR2
Leonard Miron
Sandra Studer SF2
- Switzerland (non-participating country) Phil Mundwiller TSR 1
Jonathan Tedesco TSI 1

- (non-participating country) Unknown YU Info[36]


Yugoslavia2

1.^ Although Australia is not itself eligible to enter, the event was broadcast on SBS. As is the case each
year, it did not however broadcast it live due to the difference in Australian time zones. This year, the
broadcast contained a locally produced addition of a studio audience of young representatives from the
competing countries. However, a number of complaints saw the United Kingdom's broadcast, including
commentary from Terry Wogan, shown a few weeks later.[37]

2.^ After the breakup of Yugoslavia, Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was last participated in 1992. YU Info
channel broadcast the show, although Yugoslavia did not participate.

Official album
Eurovision Song Contest: Copenhagen
2001
Compilation album by Eurovision Song Contest
Released 5 May 2001
Genre Pop
Length 70:09
Label EMI / CMC
Eurovision Song Contest chronology
Eurovision Song Eurovision Song Eurovision Song
Contest: Contest: Contest: Tallinn
Stockholm 2000 Copenhagen 2002
(2000) 2001 (2002)
(2001)

Eurovision Song Contest: Copenhagen 2001 was the official compilation album of the 2001 Contest, put together
by the European Broadcasting Union and released by EMI Records and CMC International on 5 May 2001. The
album featured all 23 songs that entered in the 2001 contest.[38]

Track listing
No. Title Artist Length
1. "Out On My Own" (Netherlands ) Michelle Courtens 3:21
2. "Angel" (Iceland) Two Tricky 3:06
3. "Hano" (Bosnia and Herzegovina ) Nino Pre 3:00
4. "On My Own" (Norway) Haldor Lgreid 3:04
5. "En Davar" (Israel) Tal Sondak 3:03
6. "Lady Alpine Blue" (Russia) Mumiy Troll 3:00
7. "Listen To Your Heartbeat" (Sweden) Friends 3:04
8. "You Got Style" (Lithuania ) SKAMP 2:58
9. "Too Much" (Latvia) Arnis Mednis 2:52
10. "Strings of My Heart" (Croatia) Vanna 2:58
11. "S sei ser feliz assim" (Portugal) MTM 3:02
12. "Without Your Love" (Ireland) Gary O'Shaughnessy 3:00
13. "Dile que la quiero" (Spain) David Civera 2:56
14. "Je n'ai que mon me" (France) Natasha St-Pier 2:50
15. "Sevgiliye Son" (Turkey) Sedat Yce 3:00
16. "No Dream Impossible" (United Kingdom ) Lindsay Dracass 3:02
17. "Energy" (Slovenia ) Nua Derenda 2:58
18. "2 Long" (Poland) Piasek 3:03
19. "To Live For Love" (Germany ) Michelle 4:06
20. "Everybody" (Estonia) Tanel Padar, Dave Benton, 2XL 2:56
21. "Another Summer Night" (Malta) Fabrizio Faniello 2:54
22. "Die for You" (Greece) Antique 2:56
23. "Never Ever Let You Go" (Denmark ) Rollo & King 3:00
Total length: 70:09

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