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United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 1962

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United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 1962

Eurovision Song Contest 1962
Country United Kingdom
National selection
Selection process A Song For Europe
Selection date(s) 11 February 1962
Selected entrant Ronnie Carroll
Selected song "Ring-A-Ding Girl"
Finals performance
Final result 4th, 10 points
United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest

The United Kingdom held a national preselection to choose the song that would go to the Eurovision Song Contest 1962. It was held on 11 February 1962 and presented by David Jacobs.


Artist(s) Song Place Points
Robb Storme Pretty Hair and Angel Eyes 5 12
The Brook Brothers Tell Tale 8 7
Jackie Lee There's No-one In The Whole Wide World 9 3
Johnny Angel Look, Look, Little Angel =6 11
Karl Denver Never Goodbye 4 15
Doug Sheldon My Kingdom For A Girl =10 2
Ronnie Carroll Ring-a-Ding Girl 1 59
Brad Newman Get A Move On 12 1
Rikki Price You're For Real =10 2
Frank Ifield Alone Too Long 2 26
Donna Douglas The Message In A Bottle 3 19
Kenny Lynch There's Never Been A Girl =6 11
The table is ordered by appearance.

"Ring-a-Ding Girl" won the national and went on to come 4th in the contest.

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