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Finland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1992

Eurovision Song Contest 1992
Country  Finland
National selection
Selection process National Final
Selection date(s) 29 February 1992
Selected entrant Pave Maijanen
Selected song "Yamma, yamma"
Finals performance
Final result 23rd, 4 points
Finland in the Eurovision Song Contest
1993►

Finland entered the Eurovision Song Contest 1992 with "Yamma, yamma", sung by Pave Maijanen after they won the Finnish national final.

National final

The Finnish broadcaster, Yleisradio Oy (YLE), held a national final to select the Finnish entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 1992, held in Malmö, Sweden. The contest was held at the Typhon Hall in Turku on 29 February, hosted by Kati Bergmann. 10 songs competed, with the winner being decided through two round of televoting, the first to select the top 4 songs, with the second selecting the winner.

The winner of the contest was Pave Maijanen with the song "Yamma, yamma", composed by Maijanen and written by Hector.

National Final - 29 February 1992
Draw Artist Song Points Place
1 Arja Koriseva "Huomiseen" - -
2 Pepe Willberg "Kaukaa kaipaan" - -
3 Sonja Lumme "Rakkauden bulevardi" 24 3rd
4 Kirka "Antaa menneisyyden mennä" - -
5 Tauski Peltonen "Lauluni sinulle" - -
6 Leena Nilsson "Soita kitaaraa" 35 2nd
7 Rexi Kero and Kaija Pohjola "Ruskaa näin sinun silmissäs" - -
8 Pave Maijanen "Yamma, yamma" 66 1st
9 Riki Sorsa "Silmiisi sun" 18 4th
10 Kikka "Parhaat puoleni" - -

At Eurovision

Maijanen performed 12th on the night of the contest, following Iceland and preceding Switzerland. "Yamma, yamma" received 4 points, 3 points from Yugoslavia and 1 point from Israel, placing last of 23 countries competing.

See also

External links

  • Finnish National Final 1992

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