United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 1976
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|Eurovision Song Contest 1976|
|Selection process||A Song For Europe|
|Selection date(s)||25 February 1976|
|Selected entrant||Brotherhood of Man|
|Selected song||"Save Your Kisses For Me"|
|Final result||1st, 168 points|
|United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest|
The United Kingdom held a national preselection to choose the song that would go to the Eurovision Song Contest 1976. It took place on 25 February 1976 at the Royal Albert Hall in London. For the first time since 1964 a single act did not perform each of the nominated songs with rather each song being performed by a different act. Michael Aspel acted as presenter for the event.
Fourteen regional juries voted on the songs: Bristol, Bangor, Leeds, Norwich, Newcastle, Aberdeen, Birmingham, Manchester, Belfast, Cardiff, Plymouth, Glasgow, Southampton and London.
|Polly Brown||Do you Believe in Love at First Sight||10||71|
|Brotherhood of Man||Save your Kisses for me||1||140|
|Hazell Dean||I Couldn't Live Without you for a Day||8||77|
|Champagne||A Love for all Seasons||8||77|
|Frank Ifield||Ain't Gonna take no for an Answer||12||21|
|Tammy Jones||Love's a Carousel||6||97|
|Joey Valentine||Going to the Movies||11||52|
|Sweet Dreams||Love, Kiss and Run||4||109|
|Louise Jane White||Take the Money and Run||5||100|
|Tony Christie||Queen of the Mardi Gras||3||129|
|The table is ordered by appearance.|
"Save your Kisses for me" won the national and won the contest.