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2003-2007

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2008-2014

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2015-present

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2003 - Copenhagen, Denmark

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Croatia won with the song, Ti si moja prva ljubav, performed by Dino Jelusić.

2004 - Lillehammer, Norway

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Spain won with the song, Antes muerta que sencilla, performed by María Isabel.

2005 - Hasselt, Belgium

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Belarus won with the song, My vmeste, performed by Ksenia Sitnik.

2006 - Bucharest, Romania

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Russia won with the song, Veseniy Jazz, performed by the Tolmachevy Twins.

2007 - Rotterdam, Netherlands

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Belarus won with the song, S' druzyami, performed by Alexey Zhigalkovich.

2008 - Limassol, Cyprus

"Fun in the Sun"

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Georgia won with the song, Bzzz, performed by Bzikebi.

2009 - Kyiv, Ukraine

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The Netherlands won with the song, Click Clack, performed by Ralf Mackenbach.

2010 - Minsk, Belarus

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Armenia won with the song, Mama, performed by Vladimir Arzumanyan.

2011 - Yerevan, Armenia

"Reach for the Top"

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Georgia won with the song, Candy Music, performed by CANDY.

2012 - Amsterdam, Netherlands

"Break the Ice"

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Ukraine won with the song, Nebo, performed by Anastasiya Petryk.

2013 - Kyiv, Ukraine

"Be Creative"

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Malta won with the song, The Start, performed by Gaia Cauchi.

2014 - Marsa, Malta

"#Together"

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Italy won with the song, Tu primo grande amore, performed by Vincenzo Cantiello.

2015 - Sofia, Bulgaria

"#Discover"

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The contest was hosted by the bulgarian representantive for ESC 2011, Poli Genova. Malta won with the song, Not My Soul, performed by Destiny Chukunyere.

2016 - Valletta, Malta

"Embrace"

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Georgia won with the song, Mzeo, performed by Mariam Mamadashvilli.

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