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United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 2001

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United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 2001

Eurovision Song Contest 2001
Country United Kingdom
National selection
Selection process A Song For Europe
Selection date(s) Semifinal
26 January 2001
11 March 2001
Selected entrant Lindsay Dracass
Selected song "No Dream Impossible"
Finals performance
Final result 15th, 28 points
United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest

For the 2001 Eurovision Song Contest, the UK entered "No Dream Impossible", performed by Lindsay D. It received 28 points and 15th place.

National final

The UK semi-final was held on BBC Radio 2 on 26 January, hosted by Terry Wogan and Ken Bruce. The top 4 songs were chosen by televoting. Although the voting results are unknown, it is rumoured that Tony Moore won. The final was held at the BBC TV Studios in London on 11 March, hosted by Katy Hill, with the winner being chosen by televoting.

Draw Song Artist Finalist Televotes Result
1 Just another rainbow Lucy Randell F 19337 3
2 King of love Charlotte Henry - - -
3 Men Nanne F ? 4th
4 No dream impossible Lindsay D F 45564 1st
5 That's my love Tony Moore F 31895 2nd
6 To die for Luke Galliana - - -
7 Twisted Moneypenny - - -
8 Why should I love you Obsession - - -

At Eurovision

Points Awarded by United Kingdom

12 points Estonia
10 points Denmark
8 points Sweden
7 points Greece
6 points France
5 points Ireland
4 points Lithuania
3 points Spain
2 points Germany
1 point Malta

Points Awarded to United Kingdom

Points Awarded to United Kingdom (Final)
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point
  • Ireland
  • Croatia
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Malta
  • Russia
  • Germany
  • Netherlands
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Spain
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