Switzerland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2000

Switzerland participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2000 in Stockholm, Sweden. Jane Bogaert represented Switzerland with the song "La vita cos'è?" after winning the national final Concours Eurovision 2000. They scored 14 points (the highest being 6 from Netherlands) finishing 20th.

Eurovision Song Contest 2000
Country  Switzerland
National selection
Selection processConcours Eurovision 2000
Selection date(s)29 January 2000
Selected entrantJane Bogaert
Selected song"La vita cos'è?"
Selected songwriter(s)
  • Bernie Staub
  • Thomas Marin
Finals performance
Final result20th, 14 points
Switzerland in the Eurovision Song Contest
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Before EurovisionEdit

Concours Eurovision 2000Edit

The final was held at the Discoteca Prince in the Lugano Casino on 29 January 2000, hosted by Matteo Pelli. The combination of three televoting regions (50%) and the votes of an expert jury (50%) selected "La vita cos'è?" performed by Jane Bogaert as the winner. The jury included Carol Rich who represented Switzerland in 1987.[1][2]

Draw Artist Song Songwriter(s) Jury Televoting Regions Total Place
DRS TSR TSI
1 Jane Bogaert "La vita cos'è?" Thomas Marin, Brigitte Schöb, Bernie Staub 20 4 3 8 35 1
2 Nubya and Al Walser "Just 4 You" Al Walser 16 6 2 6 30 2
3 Autseid "Glückstränä" Brigitte Schöb, Bernie Staub 5 8 1 2 16 5
4 Charlotte Mahoney "Generation" Benoît Kaufmann 12 2 6 3 23 4
5 Elisabeth White "Thank You for the Flowers" Leo Leonie, Elisabeth White 14 3 4 4 25 3
6 Lauranne "Vous" Bernard Jacquir 5 1 8 1 15 6

At EurovisionEdit

VotingEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "SWISS NATIONAL FINAL 2000".
  2. ^ "Swiss National Final 2000". 4lyrics.
  3. ^ a b "Results of the Final of Stockholm 2000". European Broadcasting Union. Archived from the original on 10 April 2021. Retrieved 10 April 2021.