United Kingdom wins OGAE Song Contest 2010

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Sophie Ellis-Bextor with Freemasons have won the OGAE Song Contest. Hence the United Kingdom wins this competition for the second consecutive time. Second place has been for Belgium's Stromae and in third place has landed David Bustamante from Spain.

A total of 27 countries took part in this year's edition of OGAE Song Contest organised by the British branch of OGAE Network.

Some familiar names to Eurovision fans have participated in the competition: Serebro for Russia, Marija Serifovic for Serbia, Laura for Finland, Glennis Grace for The Netherlands, Miro for Bulgaria, Elena Risteska for FYR Macedonia, and Flor-de-Lis for Portugal.

You can find the final scoreboard for OGAE Song Contest 2010, as well as the full detailed voting sheet country by country here.

1st place – United Kingdom – Freemasons feat. Sophie Ellis-Bextor – Heartbreak (Make me a dancer)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1sKhvcABH8

2nd place – Belgium – Stromae – Alors on danse

3rd place – Spain – David Bustamante – Abrázame muy fuerte

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