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The first male female duo to win Eurovision since 1963, the first collaboration between a male and a female soloist to win the contest, and the first Azerbaijanis to win it, and probably the best known Azerbaijanis living.
The first British boy-band to go straight to number 1 in the USA with their debut album, repeating it with the second, which topped the majority of the world's charts.
The singer who managed the longest unimpeded spell in the UK albums chart top 10.
The first British girlband to have their album go straight into the top 5 in the US albums chart in its first week, and the first by any girlgroup since 2006.
The second Belgium Eurovision entry to qualify for the final since 2004, in spite of being completely written off,
Iain James' wikipedia article deserves a major expansion.22.214.171.124 (talk) 15:58, 6 June 2013 (UTC)