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France in the Eurovision Song Contest 2002

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France in the Eurovision Song Contest 2002

Eurovision Song Contest 2002
Country  France
National selection
Selection process Internal Selection
Selected entrant Sandrine François
Selected song "Il faut du temps"
Finals performance
Final result 5th, 104 points
France in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄2001 2003►

France was represented by Sandrine François, with the song '"Il faut du temps", at the 2002 Eurovision Song Contest, which took place on 25 May in Tallinn, Estonia. The song was chosen internally by broadcaster France 3.

At Eurovision

On the night of the final François performed 17th in the running order, following Belgium and preceding Germany. "Il faut du temps" was a tuneful big ballad which built to a dramatic climax, and was tipped to do well in an unspectacular field. At the close of voting "Il faut du temps" had received 104 points (including a maximum 12 from Finland), placing France 5th of the 24 entries – the first time France had gained back-to-back top 5 placements since 1990/1991. The 12 points from the French televote were awarded to Spain.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ ESC History - France 2002
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