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Sam Ryder sets highest Eurovision record in 26 years in his home country |  showbiz

Sam Ryder sets highest Eurovision record in 26 years in his home country | showbiz

a musicianSam Ryder, 32, can write his own recording. The English singer entered the second place in the British singles chart with the song “Space Man”, which achieved second place in the Eurovision Song Contest last Saturday. Thus, Ryder has the highest Eurovision success score from the UK in 26 years.

The last time a Eurovision song finished high on the British charts was in 1996, according to an official charts report. That was Jenna J with “Ooh Ahh… Just A Little Bit.” The song, in which the singer placed eighth during the song contest, topped the Top 100. Only 11 other songs have reached the top three since the UK first entered the song contest in 1957.

In other countries, Rider performs less well in the charts. The song is not on the Ultratop chart with us. It has had higher rankings in Ireland (22), Iceland (25), Lithuania (13) and Sweden (15).

The singer is grateful for his success in the charts and during the Eurovision Song Contest, he says in a comment. Ryder gives Harry Styles, who tops the British charts, the number one spot. Harry stands for the same thing Eurovision stands for: freedom of expression and inclusivity. A celebration of music, fun, and teamwork.”

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