Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest 1989
|Eurovision Song Contest 1989|
|Selection process||Vorentscheid 1989|
|Selection date(s)||23 March 1989|
|Selected entrant||Nino de Angelo|
|Final result||14th, 46 points|
|Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest|
West Germany (performing under the banner Germany) was present at the Eurovision Song Contest 1989, held in Lausanne, Switzerland. This year marked the last Contest in which participation and televoting were only open to residents of West Germany.
Ten songs made it to the national final, which was broadcast by Bayerischer Rundfunk to ARD broadcasters across West Germany. The winner was decided by a televote in which viewers were asked to call a pay hotline number to vote for their favorite song.
|1||Die Erben||Bitte, nicht nochmal||Please, not again||1799||7th|
|2||Xanadu||Einen Traum für diese Welt||A dream for this world||10891||2nd|
|3||Clou||Heut' Nacht sind sie allein||Tonight they are alone||1156||9th|
|4||Dorkas||Ich hab' Angst||I'm scared||7973||3rd|
|5||Francesco Napoli||Viva l'amore||Long live love||1659||8th|
|6||ZouZou||Ich such' dich||I'm searching for you||1941||6th|
|7||Andreas Martin||Herz an Herz||Heart to heart||3855||4th|
|9||Nino de Angelo||Flieger||Flyers||14625||1st|
|10||Caren Faust||Diese Zeit||This period of time||841||10th|
Nino de Angelo performed twenty-first on the night of the contest, following Iceland and preceding Yugoslavia. At the close of the voting the song had received 46 points, placing 14th in a field of 22 competing countries. It marked the second appearance in a row in which Germany took the 14th place slot at the end of the night.
|12 points||10 points||8 points||7 points||6 points|
|5 points||4 points||3 points||2 points||1 point|
- "Score sheet of the Eurovision Song Contest 1989". Eurovision.tv.