The Eurovision Song Contest (1992)




Credited cast:
Harald Treutiger Harald Treutiger ... Himself - Host
Lydia Cappoicchio Lydia Cappoicchio ... Herself - Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Korhan Abay Korhan Abay ... Himself - Turkish Vote Presenter
Paul Abela Paul Abela ... Himself - Conductor: Malta
Olli Ahvenlahti Olli Ahvenlahti ... Himself - Conductor: Finland
Carlos Alberto Moniz Carlos Alberto Moniz ... Himself - Conductor: Portugal
Haris Andreadis Haris Andreadis ... Himself - Conductor: Greece
John Andreassen John Andreassen ... Himself - Norwegian Commentator (voice)
Jesper Aspegren Jesper Aspegren ... Himself - Swedish Commentator (voice)
Daisy Auvray Daisy Auvray ... Herself - Swiss Entry: 15th Place
María Ángeles Balañac María Ángeles Balañac ... Herself - Spanish Vote Presenter
Michael Ball ... Himself - United Kingdom Entry: 2nd Place
Thierry Beccaro Thierry Beccaro ... Himself - French Commentator (voice)
Sigríður Beinteinsdóttir Sigríður Beinteinsdóttir ... Herself - Icelandic Entry: 7th Place
Anders Berglund ... Himself - Musical director and conductor: Sweden and Yugoslavia


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Release Date:

9 May 1992 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

Festival de Eurovisión 1992 See more »

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Did You Know?


First time that the songs classified in the top-3 were all performed in English. They were from the only three countries allowed to sing in English at the time because it was one of their official languages, Ireland with "Why Me?", sung by Linda Martin, United Kingdom with "One Step out of Time", sung by Michael Ball, and Malta with "Little Child", sung by Mary Spiteri.

It was the beginning of the domination of English language in the Eurovision Song Contest from then on, first with Malta, the UK and especially Ireland which won four times in five years. Then, after the rule that forced each country to sing in their official language was removed in 1999, other countries would displace them in the victories singing in English.

Between 1992 and 2018, only four non-English songs have won, in 1995 (Norwegian), 1998 (Hebrew), 2007 (Serbo-Croatian) and 2017 (Portuguese). See more »


Followed by The Eurovision Song Contest Semi Final (2008) See more »


Why Me ?
Music by Johnny Logan
Lyrics by Johnny Logan
Performed by Linda Martin
Conducted by Noel Kelehan
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