Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest 1990

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Eurovision Song Contest 1990
Country  Germany
National selection
Selection process Ein Lied für Zagreb
Selection date(s) March 29, 1990
Selected entrant Chris Kempers
and Daniel Kovac
Selected song "Frei zu leben"
Finals performance
Final result 9th, 60 points
Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest
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Germany and ARD used a National Selection to select the entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 1990, with the winner being chosen by televoting. Chris Kempers and Daniel Kovac were chosen as the winners with the song "Frei zu leben".

National final[edit]

The National Final took place on March 29, 1990 at the German Theatre in Munich and was hosted by Hape Kerkeling. The songs were presented live and the winning song was chosen by televoting.

Draw Artist Song Translation Televotes Place
1 Isabel Varell "Melodie d'amour" Melody of love 3867 6
2 Chris Kempers and Daniel Kovac "Frei zu leben" Free to live 11955 1
3 Jürgen Drews "Alpenglühn" Alpenglow 1267 9
4 Mara Laurien "Wetten, dass..." Bet that... 2601 7
5 Bandit "Alles was ich haben will" Everything I want to have 4064 5
6 Divo "Melissa" - 6004 4
7 Xanadu "Paloma Blue" - 8534 2
8 Kennzeichen D "Wieder zusamm'" Together again 2454 8
9 Malibu "Eine Nacht voll Zärtlichkeit" A night full of tenderness 1180 10
10 Starlight "Hollywood ist besser als Latein" Hollywood is better than Latin 6723 3

At Eurovision[edit]

"Frei zu leben" was performed thirteenth on the night, following Switzerland and preceding France. At the close of voting, it had received 60 points, placing 9th of 22 countries competing.

Points Awarded to Germany[1]
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point
0 points

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