Eurovision 1990: Britain's youngest entrant, Emma


Bridgend's 15-year-old Emma Louise Booth became Britain's youngest Eurovision representative with Give a Little Love Back to the World.

It finished in sixth position.

At the time she only narrowly made the newly implemented age rule in the competition, where all contestants must be 16 in the year they compete.

The winning entry came from Italy with their second Eurovision victory: Insieme: 1992, performed by Toto Cutugno.


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