Portugal in the Eurovision Dance Contest
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Portugal took part in the first Eurovision Dance Contest in 2007. Representing the country were Sónia Araújo, a TV host and Ricardo Silva, a ballroom dancer. The couple were chosen after winning the second Portuguese version of Strictly Come Dancing ("Dança Comigo", in Portuguese). The dances they performed at the contest were Jive and Tango. Portugal came joint fifth after receiving 74 points from 12 countries. It was their first top five finish in any Eurovision contest.
|National selection events||Dança Comigo|
|Best result||5th, 2007|
|Worst result||8th, 2008|
|"Portugal at Eurovision Dance Contest 2008".|
|Portugal's page at Eurovision.tv|
- Table key
|2007||Sónia Araújo and Ricardo Silva||Jive and Tango||5||74|
|2008||Raquel Tavares and João Tiago||Rumba/Tango||8||61|
Portugal has received the most points from...
Portugal has given the most points to...
Commentators and spokespersonsEdit
|2007||Isabel Angelino, Alberto Rodrigues and Marco de Camillis||Marta Leite de Castro|
|2008||Isabel Angelino and Alberto Rodrigues||Helena Coelho|
- Granger, Anthony (29 May 2011). "What caused the death of the Eurovision Dance Contest?". Eurovoix.xom. Eurovoix.com. Retrieved 22 June 2014.