eurovision_wallpaper2_800x600-resize-s925-s450-fit1Europe crowned Norway’s fiddle-fingering Alexander Rybak the king of Eurovision in 2009. But does he deserve the title of Eurovision Artist of the Millennium? Wiwi knows you guys have strong opinions—you cast more than 12,500 votes in last month’s poll—so he’s turning things over to you again to determine which performer sang a little better (and shook a little faster) than the rest.

Here’s how it will work. For the next 10 days Wiwi will post videos of the first-, second- and third-place finishers at Eurovision every year from 2000 until 2009. After you’ve reviewed all 31 of the performances, Wiwi will upload a poll and give you guys six weeks to vote.

This is totally high stakes. The winner will probably enjoy a major comeback and produce all sorts of new records and potentially pose nude in Playboy. Choose carefully: do we really need to see more of the Ukraine’s Verka Serduchka? xoxo, Wiwi

Contenders for Artist of the Millenium:

2000
1. Denmark’s Olsen Brothers, “Fly on the Wings of Love”
2. Russia’s Alsou, “Solo”
3. Latvia’s BrainStorm, “My Star”

2001
1. Estonia’s Tanel Padar, Dave Benton and 2XL, “Everybody”
2. Denmark’s Rollo & King, “Never Ever Let You Go”
3. Greece’s Antique, “Die For You”

2002
1. Latvia’s Marie N, “I Wanna”
2. Malta’s Ira Losco, “Seventh Wonder”
3. Estonia’s Sahlene, “Runaway”
3. United Kingdom’s Jessica Garlick, “Come Back”

2003
1. Turkey’s Sertab Erener, “Everyway That I Can”
2. Belgium’s Urban Trad, “Sanomi”
3. Russia’s T.A.T.U., “Ne Ver, Ne Boisya, Ne Prosi”

2004
1. Ukraine’s Ruslana, “Wild Dances”
2. Serbia and Montenegro’s Željko Joksimoviæ, “Lane Moje”
3. Greece’s Sakis Rouvas, “Shake It”

2005
1. Greece’s Helena Paparizou, “My Number One”
2. Malta’s Chiara Siracusa, “Angel”
3. Romania’s Luminita Anghel & Sistem, “Let Me Try”

2006
1. Finland’s Lordi, “Hard Rock Hallelujah”
2. Russia’s Dima Bilan, “Never Let You Go”
3. Bosnia’s Hari Mata Hari with “Lejla”

2007
1. Serbia’s Marija Serifovic, “Molitva”
2. Ukraine’s Verka Serduchka, “Dancing Lasha Tumbai”
3. Russia’s Serebro, “Song #1”

2008
1. Russia’s Dima Bilan, “Believe”
2. Ukraine’s Ani Lorak, “Shady Lady”
3. Greece’ Kalomira, “Secret Combination”

2009
1. Norway’s Alexander Rybak, “Fairytale”
2. Iceland’s Yohanna, “Is It True?”
3. Azerbaijans Arash & Aysel, “Always”

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george
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Alenka Gotar – Cvet Z Juga

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Arash & AySel Always

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3. Greece’s Antique, “Die For You”
3. Greece’s Sakis Rouvas, “Shake It”
1. Greece’s Helena Paparizou, “My Number One”
3. Greece’ Kalomira, “Secret Combination”

the best songs ever!greece 4 life!!!

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Number 1 : Mihai- Tornero