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Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 1984

Eurovision Song Contest 1984
Country  Sweden
National selection
Selection process Melodifestivalen 1984
Selection date(s) 25 February 1984
Selected entrant Herreys
Selected song "Diggi-loo diggi-ley"
Finals performance
Final result 1st, 145 points
Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄1983 1984 1985►

Sweden held a national preselction named Melodifestivalen 1984 to choose the entry for the Eurovision Song Contest the same year. The winner was the three brothers Herrey, consisting of Richard, Louis and Per. Their song was called Diggi-loo diggi-ley, and was written by Britt Lindeborg and Torgny Söderberg.

Sweden was the first country to perform at ESC that year. In the voting, they received not less than 5 "douze points" from the other 18 countries. Finally the brothers were victorious, with a total of 145 points-8 points ahead of Ireland. Sweden had won exactly 10 years earlier, then represented by ABBA.

Contents

  • At Eurovision 1
    • Points awarded to Sweden 1.1
    • Points Awarded by Sweden 1.2
  • References 2

At Eurovision

Points awarded to Sweden

Points Awarded to Sweden[1]
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point

Points Awarded by Sweden[1]

12 points  Ireland
10 points  Spain
8 points  Norway
7 points  Finland
6 points  Turkey
5 points  Denmark
4 points  Cyprus
3 points  United Kingdom
2 points  France
1 point   Switzerland

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