Archive: Watch clips from UK songs through the years
In 2010, the UK sent Josh Dubovie to represent the country in Oslo.
Sadly the song, co-written by Pete Waterman, didn't sound good to the voters in Europe and the UK finished last out of 25 acts in the Grand Final.
Future Sugababe Jade Ewen made a name for herself by representing the UK at the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest.
She finished a very respectable 5th with the song "It's My Time", co-written by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Fame Academy finalist James Fox finished 16th for the UK.
Lindsay Dracass' dream was impossible and she came 15th for the UK.
Girlband Precious finished 12th with 'Say it Again'
UK WINNER: Katrina and the Waves - the UK's last win to date.
Gina G's 'Ooh Aah' only came 8th, but was a massive worldwide hit
Love City Groove came 10th; Norway broke Ireland's run of wins.
Frances Rufelle finished 10th; interval act Riverdance astonished.
Sonia came 2nd for the UK, behind Ireland's Niamh Kavanagh.
EastEnder Samantha Janus sang for the UK and finished 10th.
Ireland's Johnny Logan won again, and the UK's Rikki came 13th.
UK's Ryder came 7th. Sandra Kim, 14, was the youngest-ever winner.
Black Lace (years before 'Agadoo') came 9th with 'Mary Ann'.
Cliff's bandmates The Shadows finished in 2nd place.
Cliff missed out on victory for a second time, finishing 3rd.
Clodagh Rodgers finished 4th. First year groups were permitted.
Mary Hopkin finished 2nd, behind Dana's 'All Kinds of Everything'.
UK WINNER: Lulu shared joint first place with 3 other countries
UK WINNER: Sandie Shaw, Puppet on a String
Scottish tenor Kenneth McKellar performed in a kilt.
Kathy Kirby won the UK another 2nd place finish.
Sadly, no video recording of this contest is known to exist.
The first of Ronnie Carroll's consecutive entries for the UK.
The Allisons finish in (guess!) 2nd place!
Pearl Carr and Teddy Johnson get the UK's first 2nd Place!
The last time the UK didn't compete.
Patricia Bredin was the UK's first Eurovision act, finishing 7th.
The first contest - but the UK didn't take part.
The official Eurovision Song Contest website
Website for Eurovision Song Contest über-fans
The songs and video exclusives from Dusseldorf
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