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Norway's Eurovision entry is threatening Johnny Logan's win record

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REMEMBER ALEXANDER RYBAK?

Eurovision Song Contest Moscow 2009 Source: DPA/PA Images

He represented Norway in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2009 – and won – with his song, Fairytale.

Refresh your memory below!

Source: Eurovision Song Contest/YouTube

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“I’M IN LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE WITH A FAIRYTALE …” etc etc.

You’re probably wondering what he’s been up to of late. Not much, evidently, as he’s coming back to represent Norway again for this year’s competition.

Source: NRK/YouTube

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William Lee Adams of Wiwi Blogs said this year’s That’s How You Write A Song is proving to be “divisive”, but put his win down to his Norwegian fanbase (having won the public vote and lost the jury vote).

Twitter is split on the song …

If Rybak goes on to win the contest, he will match our own Johnny Logan’s record of two Eurovision wins.

New Year's show with Joerg Pilawa Source: DPA/PA Images

No pressure, Ryan O’Shaughnessy …

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