It’s official, Luxembourg will return to the Eurovision Song Contest in 2024!
A few minutes ago, it was announced that Luxembourg will return to ESC after 30 years of its last participation. The country had a long history at the contest having competed in 37 editions and won on 5 occasions. The most recent victory of the country was in 1983 with Corinne Hermès and her song “Si la vie est cadeau”.
Luxembourg in the Eurovision 🇱🇺
Luxembourg debuted in the contest in 1956 at its very first version. However, it lastly appeared on the ESC stage in 1993, having competed 37 times. During its participating years, the country missed the contest only once, in 1959.
Luxembourg has placed in the Top-10 twenty-two times. However, in 1958 the country placed 9th in a last-place tie. Having left the contest since 1993, Luxembourg hasn’t competed in any semifinal. Luxembourg won the contest five times (1961, 1963, 1972, 1973 and 1983). Contrary, the country placed last three times, one of which with no points at all (1970).
It is noteworthy that artists like Jean-Claude Pascal, Nana Mouskouri, France Gall, Vicky Leandros, Anne-Marie David, Ireen Sheer, Baccara, Sophie & Magaly, Corinne Hermès and Lara Fabian.
Many fans of the contest not only in the country but also throughout the world, have awaited the return of the Grand Duchy for years. LRT Luxembourg will be the responsible network for the Delegation. More information about the selection process will be announced in July 2023. In addition, the network will also broadcast this year’s contest.
Welcome back Luxembourg! 🇱🇺
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