Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest 1991

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Eurovision Song Contest 1991
Country  Israel
National selection
Selection process National Final
Selection date(s) 27 March 1991
Selected entrant Duo Datz
Selected song "Kan (כאן)"
Finals performance
Final result 3rd, 139 points
Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄1990 1991 1992►

Israel was present at the Eurovision Song Contest 1991, held in Rome, Italy.

The Israeli broadcaster IBA continued to use a national final to select their entry. 12 songs competed in the final held of 27 March 1991, where 7 regional juries chose the winner.

The winner was Duo Datz with the song "Kan" (כאן, English: "Here").

Kdam Eurovision 1991[edit]

The Israeli national final was held of 27 March 1991, and was hosted by Danny Roup and Shira Gera.

Result of the national final[edit]

Draw Artist Song Points Place
1 Adam "Yachad na'amod" (יחד נעמוד) 53 2
2 Elinor Aharon and Tzeirey Tel-Aviv "Tze'ira" (צעירה) 49 4
3 Ilana Avital "Ahavati ha'achrona" (אהבתי האחרונה) 14 9
4 Shir "Kol shana" (כל שנה) 51 3
5 Shimi Tavori "Mitga'age'ah la'romantica" (מתגעגע לרומנטיקה) 5 11
6 Yoel Lerner and Moti Dichne "Primadonna" (פרימדונה) 11 10
7 Tal Amir "Mikol hashtikot" (מכל השתיקות) 2 12
8 Shlomi Shabat "Mikan" (מכאן) 41 5
9 Ofira Yossefi "Olam" (עולם) 35 7
10 Uri Feinman "Hava nagila, gila" (הבה נגילה, גילה) 41 5
11 Puncher "Bella" (בלה) 34 8
12 Duo Datz "Kan" (כאן) 70 1
Jury votes
Song A B C D E F G Total
Yachad na'amod 8 10 8 3 8 6 10 53
Tze'ira 7 7 3 10 10 8 4 49
Ahavati ha'achrona 2 6 4 1 1 14
Kol shana 12 3 7 7 7 10 5 51
Mitga'age'ah la'romantica 2 1 2 5
Primadonna 1 1 1 5 3 11
Mikol hashtikot 2 2
Mikan 6 5 5 8 2 7 8 41
Olam 3 4 6 6 5 5 6 35
Hava nagila, gila 5 12 10 2 1 4 7 41
Bella 4 2 4 12 6 3 3 34
Kan 10 8 12 4 12 12 12 70

Juries: A=Jerusalem, B=Dimona, C=Ariel, D=Kibbutz Palmach Tzova, E=Haifa, F=Petah Tikva, G=Tel-Aviv

At Eurovision[edit]

Duo Datz performed 15th on the night of the contest, following Norway and preceding Finland. At the close of the voting it had received 139 points, placing 3rd in a field of 22.