Eurovision would have been in Rotterdam this year (Picture: Robin Utrecht/REX)
With so many quizzes going on up and down the country, we wouldn’t blame you for needing a bit of help getting enough questions together for your next one.
If you’re looking for a little quizpiration, then look no further, because we’ve put together the perfect questions for any Eurovision enthusiast.
Eurovision questions for your next pub quiz
Q: Which countries won in 1969 in a four-way tie?A: France, Netherlands, Spain and the United Kingdom
Q: What song did ABBA perform when they won Eurovision in 1974?A: Waterloo
Q: Which nation won and hosted the first-ever Eurovision song competition in 1956?A: Switzerland
Q: How many times has Johnny Logan performed and won for Ireland?A: 2 – he’s the only person to have won Eurovision more than once
Q: How old do you have to be to perform?A: Participants need to be 16 at the time the competition takes place
Q: What country did Celine Dion perform for when she won Eurovision in 1988A: Switzerland
Q: Which EastEnders star performed for the UK in 1991?A: Samantha Womack
Q: What year did Finnish band Lordi win, becoming the first hard rock band ever to do so?A: 2006
Q: Who is the famous daughter of Malena Ernman, the Swedish opera singer who performed at Eurovision in 2009?A: Greta Thunberg
Q: What’s the name of the puppet Ireland entered into the competition in 2008?A: Dustin the Turkey
Q: What item of clothing was ripped off the female members of Bucks Fizz in the middle of their performance in 1981?A: Their skirts
Q: What is the longest a Eurovision song can go on for?A: 3 minutes
Q: Who performed the UK’s first winning Eurovision song?A: Sandie Shaw
Q: How many times has the UK come last on the scoreboards?A: Four
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