Song Number 1

Song Number 1

"Song #1" is a song by girl group Serebro. It was chosen to represent Russia at Eurovision Song Contest 2007 in Helsinki, Finland. They performed in the 15th position following Latvia's Bonaparti.lv with "Questa Notte" (Tonight) and preceding Germany's Roger Cicero with "Frauen regier'n die Welt".

Serebro finished in 3rd with 207 points, behind 2nd placed Ukraine and winner, Serbia.

Although unofficially released, it is the bands most viewed song online, get over 2 millions views, however, their seventh single Lets Hold Hands is currently their highest, only because it has been officially released.

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