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Who is GAY in Eurovision?

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Cornald Maas. Leader of the "expert jury" in the 2003 to 2005 dutch semi finals. Tv-commentator and also a eurovision fan himself!
Donna McCaul. Irish participant of the 2005 contest.
Rudolf Mooshammer. Took part in the german selection in 2001, together with the group Münchener Zwietracht.
Tony Neef. Took part in the dutch selection for Eurovision; 1990, 1992 and 2005.
Páll Óskar/Paul Oscar. Icelandic participant of the 1997 contest.
Sigridur Beinteinsdóttir/Sigga. Icelandic participant of the 1990, 1992 and 1994 contest. (This is an unconfirmed rumour)
Alexandra Potvin. Presenter of Belgian national finals in the 90s.
Frederique Spigt. Bisexual. Took part in the dutch selection of 1998.
Tomas Thordarsson. Danish participant of the 2004 contest.
Alex Panayi. Represented Cyprus in 1995 and 2000. Did backing vocals several times.
Anne Grete Preus. She wrote a couple of songs for the norwegian finals in 1984 and 1985.
Axel Gran. Took part in the norwegian selection of 1977.
Ronnie Tober. Dutch participant in the 1968 contest.
Yasmine. Gave the votes for Belgium in 2006.
Christer Björkman. Swedens participant in 1992, now one of the powerful men behind the swedish melodifestivalen.

Andreas Lundstedt. Andreas took part as a solosinger in swedish finals of 1996 and 1997. As a member of Alcazar in 2003 and 2005. Finally he was able to go to the international final in 2006. Representing Switzerland.

Magnus Carlsson. Took part in Melodifestivalen in 2000, 2001 and 2002 as leadsinger for Barbados. In 2003 and 2005 as a member of Alcazar, and then as a soloperformer in 2006.
Alexander Bard. Composed several entries through the years, and participated twice as a member of BWO.
Michelle. Dutch participant in 2001.
Eva Dahlgren. Took part in the swedish finals of 1979 and 1980.
Deen. Represented Bosnia in 2004 + took part in the local selection in 1999, 2001 and 2003.
Harm Edens. Presented the dutch semi finals in 2003.
Samantha Fox. Took part in the UK selection in 1995.
Jonas Gardell. Presented the swedish final in 2003, together with his husband Mark Levengood.
Mark Levengood. Presented the swedish final in 2003 and 2005.
Gordon. Took part in the dutch finals of 1990 and 2003.
Bob Benny. Represented Belgium in 1959 and 1961.
Gerard Joling. Represented the Netherlands in 1988.
Bart Kaëll. Took part in the national finals of Belgium in 1983 and 1987.
Brian Kennedy. Bisexual. Represented Ireland in the 2006 final.
Paul de Leeuw. Presenter for the dutch national finals several years, and was last seen giving the votes for the dutch jury in 2006.
Harold Verwoerd. Dutch singer, took part in the national finals in 1990, 2000 and 2001.
Lauri Liiv. Estonian singer. Took part in 1998, 1999 and 2000. Did backing vocals in 2002 and 2003 for other acts.
Mathias Holmgren. Leadsinger of Barbados in 2003 and took part in the swedish semi finals of 2005.
Rickard Engfors. Took part in the swedish semi finals of 2005.
Patrik Rasmussen. Was leadsinger for group DATE in the 2005 selection in Sweden.
Gary Revel Jr. American in Finland. Did backing vocals for Laura in the 2002 international final. Took part in several finnish selections. Also did some nude modeling in the 90s.
Jari Sillanpää. Finnish participant in 2004.
Dina. Represented Portugal in 1992.
Michael von der Heide. Swiss singer that took part in the german selection of 1999.
Azis. Bulgarian backing singer of 2006.
Rex Gildo. Took part in the german national finals of 1960 and 1969.
Jürgen Marcus. Represented Luxembourg in 1976. Also took part in german national finals in 1975 and 1982.
Hanne Haller. As a singer, she took part in the national final in 1979 & and she composed the winning entries of 1985 and 1996
Louis Hendrik Potgieter. Singer & dancer, part of Dschinghis Khan in 1979
Peter Plate. Singer & composer, male part of Rosenstolz who took part in the german final of 1998.
Patrick Lindner. Sang in the national final of Germany in 1999
Fancy. Sang in the national final of Germany in 2000.
Villaine. She sang in the national final of Germany in 2005.
Thomas Hermanns. TV-presenter, gave the german votes in 2005 and 2006, and a big fan of Eurovision
Geir Lillejord. One of the two "girls" from Queentastic, norwegian final of 2006.
Dean Erik Andersen. The second "girl" from Queentastic, norwegian final of 2006.
Jan Werner Danielsen. Norwegian singer for 1994. Outed in swedish tabloid Aftonbladet, by Elisabeth Andreassen in 2002. Book confirmed his sexual "confusion".
Haldor Lægreid. Norwegian singer of 2001. Never confirmed by the singer himself.
José Carlos Ary dos Santos. Lyricist of the Portuguese 1969, 1971, 1973 and 1977 entries.
Thanks to: Pedro, Rudi, Rob & Elmar.