esctoday.com TOP TEN: Those that didn't make it

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The 15th esctoday.com TOP TEN list was presented this week. Now we will provide a complete overview and we will show you the full list of the returning winners from best to worst. Furthermore, next week's topic will be revealed.

This is the full TOP TEN:

  1. Eddy Marnay
    (First for France in 1969, Last for Luxembourg with nul in 1970)
  2. Corrie Brokken
    (First for the Netherlands in 1957, last in 1958)
  3. Dick Shallies and Willy van Hemert
    (First for the Netherlands in 1959, second last in 1960)
  4. Niamh Kavanagh
    (First for Ireland in 1993, third last in the final in 2010)
  5. Dick Bakker
    (First for the Netherlands in 1975, third last in 1982)
  6. Lys Assia, Géo Voumard and Émie Gardaz
    (First for Switzerland in 1956, third last in 1957)
  7. Vline Buggy
    (First for Luxembourg in 1973, fifth last in 1976)
  8. Hanne Krogh
    (First for Norway in 1985, sixth last in 1991)
  9. Udo Jürgens
    (First for Austria in 1966, fifth last in 1968)
  10. Charlotte Nilsson
    (First for Sweden in 1999, eighth last in the final in 2008)

The full list from best to worst

Performers are in italics, songwriters are underlined.

  1. Johnny Logan
    (Ireland 1987/Ireland 1992)
    Brendan Graham
    (Ireland 1994/Ireland 1996)
    Johnny Logan
    (Ireland 1980/Ireland 1987)
    Yves Desca
    (Monaco 1971/Luxembourg 1972)
    Willy van Hemert
    (Netherlands 1957/Netherlands 1959)
  2. Ehud Manor
    (Israel 1978/Israel 1983)
  3. Gigliola Cinquetti and Mario Panzeri
    (Italy 1964/Italy 1974)
  4. Joe Gracy
    (France 1977/France 1981)
  5. Bill Martin and Phil Coulter
    (UK 1967/UK1968)
  6. Anne-Marie David
    (Luxembourg 1973/France 1979)
  7. Isabelle Aubret
    (France 1962/France 1968)
  8. Jacques Datin and Maurice Vidalin
    (Luxembourg 1961/Luxembourg 1962)
  9. Alain Garcia
    (Luxembourg 1983/Luxembourg 1988)
  10. Carola Häggkvist
    (Sweden 1991/Sweden 2006)
  11. Jean-Pierre Bourtayre
    (Monaco 1971/1974)
  12. Elisabeth Anderassen
    (Norway 1985/Norway 1994)
  13. André Pop and Pierre Cour
    (France 1960/France 1964)
  14. Izhar Cohen
    (Israel 1978/Israel 1985)
  15. Kobi Oshrat
    (Israel 1979/Israel 1985)
  16. Hubert Giraud
    (France 1958/France 1959)
  17. Serge Gainsbourg
    (Luxembourg 1965/Monaco 1967)
  18. Marcos Ubeda
    (Sweden 1999/Sweden 2002)
  19. Rolf Løvland
    (Norway 1985/Norway 1987)
  20. Manuel de la Calva
    (Spain 1968/Spain1978)
  21. Jean-Paul Cara
    (France 1977/Luxembourg 1980)
  22. Svika Pik and Yoav Ginai
    (Israel 1998/Israel 2002)
  23. Jean-Claude Pascal
    (Luxembourg 1961/Luxembourg 1981)
  24. Ramón Arcusa
    (Spain 1968/Spain 1972)
  25. Stephan Berg
    (Sweden 1991/Sweden 1997)
  26. Pierre Delanoë
    (France 1958/France 1961)
  27. Eddy Ouwens
    (Netherlands 1975/Netherlands 1978)
  28. Ralph Siegel and Bernd Meinunger
    (Germany 1982/Luxembourg 1985)
  29. Shimrit Orr
    (Israel 1979/Israel 2001)
  30. Charlotte Nilsson
    (Sweden 1999/Sweden 2008)
  31. Udo Jürgens
    (Austria 1966/Austria 1968)
  32. Hanne Krogh
    (Norway 1985/Norway 1991)
  33. Vline Buggy
    (Luxembourg 1973/Luxembourg 1976)
  34. Lys Assia, Géo Voumard and Émile Gardaz
    (Switzerland 1956/Switzerland 1957)
  35. Dick Bakker
    (Netherlands 1975/Netherlands 1982)
  36. Nimah Kavanagh
    (Ireland 1993/Ireland 2010)
  37. Dick Shallies and Willy van Hemert
    (Nethelands 1959/Netherlands 1960)
  38. Corrie Brokken
    (Netherlands 1957/Netherlands 1958)
  39. Eddy Marnay
    (France 1969/Luxembourg 1970)

This concludes the 15th TOP TEN list. Next week, we will continue with the following topic:

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