Switzerland In The Eurovision Song Contest 2006
Switzerland was represented at the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 by six4one, with the song If We All Give A Little. The six members of band are Andreas Lundstedt, Liel, Tinka Milinovic, Claudia D'Addio, Keith Camilleri and Marco Matias. The song has been written by Eurovision foxes Ralph Siegel and Bernd Meinunger and been officially presented at the end of March.
After performing first in the final, they ended up 17th out of 24, with 30 points.
The band was specially assembled for Eurovision from singers famous in countries across Europe.
- Andreas Lundstedt comes from Sweden and was a member of the universally known band Alcazar.
- Claudia D'Addio comes from Switzerland. She is known as “The Voice” and earned her fame from the casting-show "MusicStar."
- Keith Camilleri comes from Malta and is known in his homeland for his passionate voice and his regular guest appearance on Maltese shows.
- Liel comes from Israel and advocates peace in the world with her songs.
- Marco Matias has a Portuguese background, but comes from Germany, and in 2005, he reached second place along with his singing partner Nicole Süßmilch in the German “12 Points!” which selected a song for Eurovision.
- Tinka Milinović comes from Bosnia and Herzegovina and is a very popular performer and radio/television host.
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