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The 60th edition of the contest.

The popular victory of Conchita Wurst brings the world’s biggest music event back to Austria for the first time in 48 years. It was also her iconic and inspiring performance, which provided the inspiration for the slogan of the contest in 2015 – “Building Bridges”. The show not only builds bridges between nations and musical genres, but demonstrates how music can provide a platform for the promotion of diversity and tolerance. This year these bridges meet at the very heart of Europe, in Vienna. The city effortlessly combines the rich heritage of its historical past with its role as the thriving capital of modern Austria.

Sixty years is a monumental achievement for a TV show, and the Eurovision Song Contest can pride itself on six truly star-studded decades filled with memorable moments. However, just as Vienna chooses not to rest on the splendours of its imperial past, the Eurovision Song Contest embraces its history, but also celebrates its continuing success and bright future as a creative and evolving TV and musical experience.

Some people will be surprised to find Australia among 40 countries listed here. But to give to give the anniversary celebrations an extra dimension and to walk the talk on this year’s theme Building Bridges, the EBU and host broadcaster ORF invited Australia to compete in the Grand Final of the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest.

Listen to their song and all the other songs from this diamond jubilee edition, and let the songs provide the building blocks for your own bridge to enjoyment – 40 more stars in the Eurovision Song Contest firmament.

WATCH Guy Sebastian ‘Tonight Again’ HERE


1. ALBANIA Elhaida Dani / I’m Alive

2. ARMENIA Genealogy / Face The Shadow

3. AUSTRIA The Makemakes / I Am Yours

4. AUSTRALIA Guy Sebastian / Tonight Again

5. AZERBAIJAN Elnur Huseynov / Hour Of The Wolf

6. BELGIUM Loïc Nottet / Rhythm Inside

7. BELARUS Uzari / Time

8. SWITZERLAND Mélanie René / Time To Shine

9. CYPRUS John Karayiannis / One Thing I Should Have Done

10. CZECH REPUBLIC Marta Jandová & Václav Noid Bárta / Hope Never Dies

11. GERMANY Ann Sophie / Black Smoke

12. DENMARK Anti Social Media / The Way You Are

13. ESTONIA Elina Born & Stig Rästa / Goodbye To Yesterday

14. SPAIN Edurne / Amanecer

15. FINLAND Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät / Aina Mun Pitää

16. FRANCE Lisa Angell / N’oubliez Pas

17. UNITED KINGDOM Electro Velvet / Still In Love With You

18. GEORGIA Nina Sublatti / Warrior

19. GREECE Maria-Elena Kyriakou / One Last Breath

20. HUNGARY Boggie / Wars For Nothing


1. IRELAND Molly Sterling / Playing With Numbers

2. ISRAEL Nadav Guedj / Golden Boy

3. ICELAND María Olafs / Unbroken

4. ITALY Il Volo / Grande Amore

5. LITHUANIA Monika Linkyte & Vaidas Baumila / This Time

6. LATVIA Aminata / Love Injected

7. MOLDOVA Eduard Romanyuta / I Want Your Love

8. MONTENEGRO Knez / Adio

9. F.Y.R. MACEDONIA Daniel Kajmakoski / Autumn Leaves

10. MALTA Amber / Warrior

11. THE NETHERLANDS Trijntje Oosterhuis / Walk Along

12. NORWAY Mørland / A Monster Like Me

13. POLAND Monika Kuszynska / In The Name Of Love

14. PORTUGAL Leonor Andrade / Há Um Mar Que Nos Separa

15. ROMANIA Voltaj / De La Capat

16. SERBIA Bojana Stamenov / Beauty Never Lies

17. RUSSIA Polina Gagarina / A Million Voices

18. SWEDEN Måns Zelmerlöw / Heroes

19. SLOVENIA Maraaya / Here For You

20. SAN MARINO Anita Simoncini & Michele Perniola / Chain Of Lights

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