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Artists of Eurovision

Name the artists that represented at least 2 DIFFERENT times or more in Eurovision. Appearing as a back-up singer(s) or dancer(s) is not included.
Some artists have represented more than one country.
Some artists appear under a different name or partnered in another group.
Michèle Arnaud is not included since she represented only once in 1956, but did 2 songs.
Nevena Božović and The Tolmachevy Twins are not included since their Junior Eurovision appearence is not counted.
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Years Represented
Country(s) Represented
Eurovision Artist
1956, 1957, 1958
Switzerland
Lys Assia
1956, 1957
Netherlands
Corry Brokken
1956, 1958, 1960, 1962
Belgium
Fud Leclerc
1957, 1958
Germany
Margot Hielscher
1957, 1959
Denmark
Birthe Wilke (duet with Gustav Winckler)
1958, 1959, 1966
Italy
Domenico Modugno
1959, 1962
France, Switzerland
Jean Philippe
1960, 1962
Monaco
François Deguelt
1960, 1969
Sweden, Germany
Siw Malmkvist
1961, 1965
Spain
Conchita Bautista
1961, 1969
Portugal
Simone de Oliveira
1961, 1981
Luxembourg
Jean-Claude Pascal
1962, 1963
United Kingdom
Ronnie Carroll
1962, 1967
Italy
Claudio Villa
1962, 1968
France
Isabelle Aubret
1962, 1973
Finland
Marion Rung
1963, 1965
Yugoslavia
Vice Vukov
1964, 1965, 1966
Austria
Udo Jürgens
1964, 1969, 1974
Monaco, Luxembourg
Romuald
1964, 1974
Italy
Gigliola Cinquetti
1965, 1967, 1969
Norway
Kirsti Sparboe
1966, 1967
Spain
Raphael
1966, 1972
Monaco, Yugoslavia
Tereza Kesovija
1966, 1977
Luxembourg, Monaco
Michèle Torr
1967, 1972
Luxembourg
Vicky Leandros
1968, 1973
United Kingdom
Cliff Richard
1969, 1980
Swizerland
Paola del Medico (also as just Paola)
1970, 1971, 1979
Germany
Katja Ebstein
1971, 1972
Sweden
Family Four
1971, 1976, 1979, 1981
Switzerland
Peter, Sue and Marc (with Pfuri Gorps & Kniri)
1972, 1984
Germany
Mary Roos
1972, 1976, 1979
Netherlands
Sandra Reemer (duet with Andres and used the name Xandra)
1973, 1977
Israel
Ilanit
1973, 1979
Luxembourg, France
Anne-Marie David
1974, 1976
Norway
Anne-Karine Strøm (duet with Bendik Singers)
1974, 1978, 1985
Luxembourg, Germany
Ireen Sheer (part of the group consiting of Annemieke Verdoorn, Franck Olivier, Chris Roberts, Diane Solomon and Malcolm Roberts)
1975, 1977
Ireland
The Swarbriggs (part of the The Swarbriggs Plus Two)
1976, 1985
Italy
Al Bano & Romina Power
1976, 1979, 1982
Norway
Anita Skorgan (duet with Jahn Teigen)
1976, 1988
Israel
Yardena Arazi (Part of the group Chocolat, Menta, Mastik)
1977, 1992
Italy
Mia Martini
1978, 1981
United Kingdom
Cheryl Baker (Part of the bands Co-Co & Buck Fizz)
1978, 1985
Israel
Izhar Cohen (with the group The Alphabeta)
1978, 1982, 1983
Norway
Jahn Teigen (duet with Anita Skorgan)
Years Represented
Country(s) Represented
Eurovision Artist
1979, 1981, 1993
Denmark
Tommy Seebach (as part of the Tommy Seebach Band and duet with Debbie Cameron)
1979, 1986
Greece, Cyprus
Elpida
1979, 1993
Finland
Katri Helena
1980, 1982, 2006
Greece, Cyprus
Anna Vissi
1980, 1987
Ireland
Johnny Logan
1982, 1985
Sweden
Kikki Danielsson (part of the band Chips)
1982, 1985, 1994, 1996
Sweden, Norway
Elisabeth Andreassen (as part of Chips, Bobbysocks!, and a duet with Jan Werner Danielsen)
1983, 1991, 2006
Sweden
Carola
1984, 1985, 1988
Denmark
Hot Eyes
1984, 1992
Ireland
Linda Martin
1985, 1987, 1994
Germany
Wind
1985, 1988
Turkey
MFÖ
1986, 1989
Portugal
Dora
1986, 1999
Yugoslavia, Croatia
Doris Dragović
1989, 1991
Austria
Thomas Forstner
1989, 1995
Turkey
Arzu Ece (Part of the group Pan)
1992, 1993
Austria
Tony Wegas
1993, 2010
Ireland
Niamh Kavanagh
1994, 1997
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Alma Čardžić (duet with Dejan Lazarević)
1994, 2000
Sweden
Roger Pontare (duet with Marie Bergman)
1995, 1998
Croatia
Danijela Martinović (Part of the group Magazin in the Eurovision act Magazin & Lidija Horvat-Dunjko)
1996, 1997
Turkey
Şebnem Paker (with Etnik)
1996, 1997
Estonia
Maarja Liis-Ilus (duet with Ivo Linna)
1996, 2002, 2007
Cyprus
Constantinos Christoforou (under the name Constantinos and part of the band One)
1998, 2005, 2009
Malta
Chiara Siracusa
1988, 2011
Israel
Dana International
1999, 2005
Iceland
Selma
1999, 2008
Sweden
Charlotte Nilsson (now uses the name Charrlotte Perrelli)
1999, 2012
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Dino Merlin (duet with Beatrice)
2001, 2005
Greece
Helena Paparizou (as part of the band Antique)
2001, 2006
Malta
Fabrizio Faniello
2003, 2006
Poland
Ich Troje (feat. Real McCoy)
2004, 2009
Greece
Sakis Rouvas
2004, 2012
Iceland
Jónsi (duet with Greta Salóme)
2004, 2013
Serbia and Montenegro, Serbia
Željko Joksimović
2005, 2009
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia
Feminnem
2006, 2008
Russia
Dima Bilan
2006, 2012
Moldova
Zdob şi Zdub
2007, 2013
Bulgaria
Elitsa & Stoyan
2010, 2011
Germany
Lena
2010, 2014
Romania
Paula Seling & Ovi
2011, 2012
Denmark
Jedward
2012, 2013, 2014
San Marino
Valentina Monetta
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Level 23
Jan 24, 2014
You forgot Sakis Rouvas ;)
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Level 63
Jan 24, 2014
I could i forget him! D: Thank you for pointing that out. I know there was bound to be missing artists.
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Level 63
Mar 16, 2014
UPDATED for 2014!!
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Level 63
Oct 7, 2014
UPDATED with several missed artists and more guesses!
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Level 35
Sep 19, 2015
What about Jedward (Ireland 2011 & 2012)?
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Level 63
Sep 28, 2015
Thanks for catching that mistake. Completely forgot about them. D:
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Level 20
Oct 20, 2018
zeljko joksimovic has participated in 2004 for serbia and montenegro and in 2012 (not 2013) for serbia can you update it for 2018?