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The Eurovision Song Contest 2009 was the 54th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. It took place between 12 and 16 May 2009 at the Olympic Indoor Arena in Moscow, Russia.
The contest was won by Norway's Alexander Rybak and his song "Fairytale", which received a record-breaking 387 points, the highest total score in Eurovision history by 95 points. (The highest win to date was Finland in 2006 with 292 points.) Second place went to Iceland, third to Azerbaijan, fourth to Turkey, and the United Kingdom taking 5th, seeing their best placing since 2002.

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Albania
   entered with   
"Carry Me in Your Dreams" by Kejsi Tola
17th place. with 48 points
Armenia
   entered with   
"Jan Jan" by Inga and Anush
10th place. Title means: My dear
Azerbaijan
   entered with   
"Always" by AySel and Arash
3rd place with 207 points
Bosnia and Herzegovina
   entered with   
"Bistra Voda" by Regina
9th place. Title means: Clear water
Croatia
   entered with   
"Lijepa Tena" by Igor Cukrov Feat. Andrea
Title means: Beautiful Tena
Denmark
   entered with   
"Believe Again" by Niels Brinck
Estonia
   entered with   
"Rändajad" by Urban Symphony
6th place. Title means: Nomads
Finland
   entered with   
"Lose Control" by Waldo's People
Last place with 22 points
France
   entered with   
"Et S'il Fallait Le Faire" by Patricia Kaas
8th place. Title means: And if it had to be done
Germany
   entered with   
"Miss Kiss Kiss Bang" by Alex Swings Oscar Sings!
Greece
   entered with   
"This Is Our Night" by Sakis Rouvas
7th place
Iceland
   entered with   
"Is It True?" by Yohanna
2nd place with 218 points
Israel
   entered with   
"There Must Be Another Way" by Noa and Mira Awad
Sang in three languages: English, Hebrew, Arabic
Lithuania
   entered with   
"Love" by Sasha Son
Malta
   entered with   
"What If We" by Chiara
Moldova
   entered with   
"Hora Din Moldova" by Nelly Ciobanu
Title means: Dance from Moldova
Norway
   entered with   
"Fairytale" by Alexander Rybak
Winner of the ESC 2009 with record 387 points
Portugal
   entered with   
"Todas As Ruas Do Amor" by Flor-de-Lis
Title means: All the streets of love
Romania
   entered with   
"The Balkan Girls" by Elena
Russia
   entered with   
"Mamo" by Anastasiya Prikhodko
Title means: Mother
Spain
   entered with   
"La Noche Es Para Mí" by Soraya Arnelas
Title means: The night is for me
Sweden
   entered with   
"La Voix" by Malena Ernman
Title means: The voice
Turkey
   entered with   
"Düm Tek Tek" by Hadise
4th place
Ukraine
   entered with   
"Be My Valentine" by Svetlana Loboda
Very provocative performance, but only 12th place
United Kingdom
   entered with   
"It's My Time" by Jade Ewen
5th place


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