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Dance With Me (Zoli Ádok song)

Hungary "Dance with Me"
Eurovision Song Contest 2009 entry
Country Hungary
Artist(s) Zoli Ádok
Language English
Composer(s) Zé Szabó
Lyricist(s) Kasai
Finals performance
Semi-final result 15th
Semi-final points 16
Appearance chronology
◄ "Candlelight" (2008)   
"What About My Dreams?" (2011) ►

"Dance with Me" is a song by Hungarian singer Zoli Ádok and was the Hungarian entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 2009, set to be held in Moscow, Russia. Ádok's song was the internal selection juries' third choice, but after the original winning song was disqualified and the first runner-up withdrawn Zoli's song was chosen for Moscow.[1]

The song competed in the second semi-final on 14 May 2009, where it was performed eleventh, following Slovenia's Quartissimo feat. Martina with "Love Symphony" and preceding Azerbaijan's AySel and Arash with "Always". It failed to reach the final.

Hungary withdrew from the contest in 2010 for financial problems, but returned the year after so it was succeeded as the Hungarian representative at the 2011 contest by "What About My Dreams?" performed by Kati Wolf.

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  • Dance With Me Music Video

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