Top 10 UK Eurovision entries

1 Puppet on a String:

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Sandie Shaw was the first UK winner in 1967 with this bouncy number.

2 Boom Bang-A-Bang: Performed by Glasgow singer Lulu, it was one of four joint winners in 1969.

3 Save Your Kisses For Me: Brotherhood Of Man were the UK's third winners in 1976.

4 Making Your Mind Up: The success continued in 1981 courtesy of Abba lookalikes Bucks Fizz, who had been formed just two months earlier.

5 Love Shine A Light: The UK's last victory was in 1997 with this song by Katrina and the Waves.

6 Congratulations: One of two Cliff Richard entries. This was in 1968. The other was Power to All Our Friends in 1973.

7 Knock Knock, Who's There: Welsh songstress Mary Hopkin came second with this song in 1970.

8 Come Back: Pop Idol contestant Jessica Garlick finished third in 2002.

9 Ooh AAh...Just A Little Bit: This catchy number by Gina G finished eighth.

10 Cry Baby: Jemini's entry in 2003 is the only UK entry to score no points and finish last.

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