OGAE Video Contest 2011

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OGAE Video Contest 2011
OGAE Video Contest 2011 logo.jpg
Venue Wrocław, Poland
Host broadcaster Poland OGAE Poland
Number of entries 11
Debuting countries None
Returning countries
Withdrawing countries
Voting system Each jury awards 1–8, 10, and 12 points to their ten favourite videos
OGAE Video Contest
◄2010 2011 2012►

The OGAE Video Contest 2011 was the ninth edition of the competition. The contest took place in Wrocław, Poland after Justyna Steczkowska won the 2010 Contest for Poland with "Kim tu jestem".[1]

Eleven countries participated in the contest. Andorra and South Africa returned after their absence from the 2008 and 2009 contests. Australia, Luxembourg and Turkey left the competition. The draw for the running order decided that South Africa would start the show, while the host country Poland would close it.


For more details on the host city, see Wroclaw.
Location of the host city in the Poland.

The host country for the OGAE Video Contest 2011 was Poland, who held the contest in the city of Wroclaw, following their win in the 2010 Contest.[1]


Draw Country Language Artist Video English translation Place Points
01  South Africa Afrikaans Candy B "Styver Vas" Styver Fast 7 47
02  Italy Italian Giorgia "Il Mio Giorno Migliore" My Best Day 3 82
03  Greece English Helena Paparizou "Baby It's Over" - 5 63
04  Netherlands English Afrojack Feat. Eva Simons "Take Over Control" - 6 49
05  Austria English Clara Luzia "Love In Times Of War" - 11 27
06  Macedonia Macedonian DNK Feat. Ena "Od Utro Do Mrak" (Од утро до мрак) From Dawn to Dusk 10 32
07  France French Mylene Farmer "Lonely Lisa" - 1 96
08  Russia English DJ M.E.G Feat. Timati "Party Animal" - 8 44
09  Andorra Catalan Manel "Aniversari" Birthday 2 85
10  Malta English Fabrizio Faniello "My Heart Is Asking You" - 9 42
11  Poland English Pola "You Disappear" - 4 71

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  1. ^ a b "OGAE Video Contest 2010 results". OGAE Russia. 2011-02-05. Retrieved 5 February 2011. 

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