Netherlands in the Eurovision Song Contest 1999

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Eurovision Song Contest 1999
Country  Netherlands
National selection
Selection process National Final
50% Jury
50% Televoting
Selection date(s) 14 March 1999
Selected entrant Marlayne
Selected song "One Good Reason"
Finals performance
Final result 8th, 71 points
Netherlands in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄1998 1999 2000►

The Netherlands were present at the Eurovision Song Contest 1999, held in Jerusalem, israel.

Nederlandse Omroep Stichting (NOS), has in past years, held a national final to select their entry. The final was held at the NOS TV Studios in Hilversum,hosted by Paul de Leeuw and Linda de Mol. 10 songs sang in the final and, using a 50/50 jury/televoting method, the winner was decided to be Marleen van den Broek, better known as Marlayne, with the song "One Good reason".

National final[edit]

Draw Artist Song Points Place
1 All Mixed Up "Forever Night and Day" 32 8
2 Tamara "Coming Home" 83 4
3 Colors "Positivity" 68 6
4 Jane "Dreams" 96 3
5 All Of Us "Maybe Love" 30 9
6 Donya "Before The Clock Strikes 12" 55 7
7 Double Date "E-Mail to Berlin" 19 10
8 Roger Happel "Where Is The Time" 82 5
9 Deante "We Don't Live Too Long" 103 2
10 Marlayne "One Good Reason" 248 1

At Eurovision[edit]

Marlayne performed 11th on the night of the contest, following France and preceding Poland. At the close of the voting, she had received 71 points, placing 8th of 23 countries.

Points Awarded to Netherlands[edit]

Points Awarded to Netherlands
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point

Points Awarded by Netherlands[edit]

12 points  Germany
10 points  Belgium
8 points  Sweden
7 points  Iceland
6 points  Slovenia
5 points  Estonia
4 points  Israel
3 points  Bosnia and Herzegovina
2 points  Austria
1 point  Croatia