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The Eurovision Song Contest 2010 was the 55th annual Eurovision Song Contest, broadcast from the Telenor Arena in Bærum, a suburb of Oslo, Norway. It was the third time Norway has hosted the contest, having previously done so in 1986 and 1996. The 2010 winner was Germany with Lena singing "Satellite" written by American Julie Frost and Dane John Gordon. Second place went to Turkey, third to Romania, fourth to Denmark, and fifth to Azerbaijan.

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Albania
   entered with   
"It's All About You" by Juliana Pasha
Armenia
   entered with   
"Apricot Stone" by Eva Rivas
Azerbaijan
   entered with   
"Drip Drop" by Safura
5th place
Belarus
   entered with   
"Butterflies" by 3+2 Featuring Robert Wells
Belgium
   entered with   
"Me and My Guitar" by Tom Dice
Bosnia and Herzegovina
   entered with   
"Thunder and Lightning" by Vukašin Brajić
Cyprus
   entered with   
"Life Looks Better in Spring" by Jon Lilygreen & the Islanders
Denmark
   entered with   
"In a Moment Like This" by Chanée and N’evergreen
France
   entered with   
"Allez Ola Olé" by Jessy Matador
Georgia
   entered with   
"Shine" by Sopho Nizharadze
Germany
   entered with   
"Satellite" by Lena
Winner of the ESC 2010 with 246 points in the final
Greece
   entered with   
"OPA" by Giorgos Alkaios & Friends
Iceland
   entered with   
"Je Ne Sais Quoi" by Hera Björk
Ireland
   entered with   
"It's For You" by Niamh Kavanagh
Israel
   entered with   
"Milim" by Harel Skaat
Moldova
   entered with   
"Run Away" by Sunstroke Project & Olia Tira
Norway
   entered with   
"My Heart Is Yours" by Didrik Solli-Tangen
Portugal
   entered with   
"Há Dias Assim" by Filipa Azevedo
Romania
   entered with   
"Playing With Fire" by Paula Seling and Ovi
3rd place
Russia
   entered with   
"Lost and Forgotten" by Peter Nalitch & Friends
Serbia
   entered with   
"Ovo Je Balkan" by Milan Stanković
Spain
   entered with   
"Algo Pequenito" by Daniel Diges
Turkey
   entered with   
"We Could Be the Same" by MaNga
2nd place
Ukraine
   entered with   
"Sweet People" by Alyosha
United Kingdom
   entered with   
"That Sounds Good to Me" by Josh Dubovie
A well-deserved last place.


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