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Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004

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Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004

Eurovision Song Contest 2004
Country  Belgium
National selection
Selection process National Final
Selection date(s) Semifinals
18 January 2004
25 January 2004
1 February 2004
8 February 2004
Final
15 February 2004
Selected entrant Xandee
Selected song "1 Life"
Finals performance
Final result 22nd, 7 points
Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄2003 2004 2005►

Barbara Dex who came in last for Belgium at Eurovision 1993.

Before Eurovision, Belgium was considered the favourite to win the whole competition and received a good amount of pre-contest promotion. Xandee even sang the song in a Turkish version for a visit to Istanbul. However, the performance was considered by many as poor and flat, which may have led to a complete fail during the voting procedure. Xandee reproduced her Eurosong performance with a few minor changes, but it didn't seem to help as she only managed 22nd place with 7 points.

No. Song Singer Points Place
1 Television Game Roxane 20 5th
2 One Life Barbara Dex & Alides Hidding 30 3rd
3 Amorè loco Elsie Moraïs 26 4th
4 Don't Stop the Music Astrid 8 7th
5 1 Life Xandee 50 1st
6 Chemistry Raf van Brussel 14 6th
7 Higher Than the Sun Natalia 38 2nd

Contents

  • At Eurovision 1
    • Points Awarded by Belgium 1.1
      • Semi final 1.1.1
      • Final 1.1.2
  • References 2
  • External links 3

At Eurovision

Points Awarded by Belgium[1]

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