The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

• The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

May 10 kicks off the annual Eurovision Song Contest. This time it will be held in Stockholm, the Swedish capital. At Eurovision 2016 our country will be represented by singer Sergei Lazarev. We decided to remind you, who at various times represented Russia at the Eurovision Song Contest.

The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

1994. Judith (Masha Katz) with the song "Eternal Wanderer" - 9th place.

The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

1995. Philip, "Lullaby for the volcano" - 17th place.

The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

1997. Alla Pugacheva, "Diva" - 15th place.

The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

2000 Alsou, "Solo", 2nd place.

The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

2001. Mumiy Troll, "Lady Alpine Blue", 12th.

The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

, 2002. The Prime Minister, "Northern Girl", 10th place.

The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

2003. t.A.T.u., "Do not believe, do not fear, do not ask" - 3rd place.

The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

, 2004. Yulia Savicheva, "Believe Me", 11th place.

The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

2004 Natalie Podolsky, "Nobody Hurt No One", 15th place.

The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

2006. Dima Bilan, "Never Let You Go", 2nd place.

The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

2007. Serebro, "Song # 1", 3rd place.

The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

2008 Dima Bilan, "Believe", 1st place.

The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

2009 Anastasia Prikhodko, "Mother", the 11th place.

The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

2010. Peter Nalitch and Friends, "Lost and Forgotten", 11th place.

The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

2011 Alexei Vorobyov, "Get You", 16th place.

The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

2012. Buranovskie grandmother, "Party for Everybody", 2nd place.

The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

2013 Dean Garipova, "What If", 5th place.

The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

2014 Tolmachevy Sisters, "Shine", 7th place.

The history of Russia's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest

2015 Polina Gagarina, "A Million Voices", 2nd place.