The Country Quiz: Belarus!

How well do you know the history of Belarus at the Eurovision Song Contest? Test out your knowledge here!

 
In which year did Belarus make their Eurovision debut?
 
2004
2005
2002
 
 
How many non-qualifications did Belarus have before they qualified to the Eurovision final for the first time?
 
3 non-qualifications
2 non-qualifications
4 non-qualifications
 
 
Out of these three acts, which placed highest in a Eurovision final?
 
Teo
Naviband
3+2 feat. Robert Wells
 
 
Which Belarusian Eurovision act was set to make their Eurovision debut in 2012, however was disqualified after they won the national final?
 
Alyona Lanskaya
Uzari
Anastasia Vinnikova
 
 
Which song does the following lyric belong to: ‘You feel like you ate the poison, it’s time to heal you from the pain’
 
Help You Fly
Work Your Magic
Forever
 
 
What is the best result Belarus has had to date? (As of 2018)
 
6th
16th  
11th
 
 
In 2011, Belarus internally selected Anastasia Vinnikova. The song she performed at Eurovision was titled I Love Belarus, but what was the title of the song that was originally intended to represent Belarus?
 
Born in Byelorussia
I love Byelorussia
Byelorussia: USSR
 
 
As of 2018, which three nations have given the most points to Belarus in semi-finals only?
 
Ukraine, Lithuania, Georgia
Russia, Ukraine, Georgia
Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Moldova
 
 
Belarus finished in 12th place in the semi-final for two years in a row. Which two years did this take place?
 
2015 and 2016
2011 and 2012
2008 and 2009
 
 
From which place in the Eurovision Grand Final of 2014 did Teo perform from?
 
2nd  
5th
8th  
 

How well did you know the history of Belarus at Eurovision? Share with us how many you got correct, and share with us your favourite moment of Belarus at Eurovision!

Want to explore more of the Belarusian Eurovision history? Check out our Best of the Bunch: Belarus

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