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Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest 2002

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Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest 2002

Eurovision Song Contest 2002
Country Belgium
National selection
Selection process Eurosong '02
Selection date(s) Semifinals
20 January 2002
27 January 2002
3 February 2002
10 February 2002
17 February 2002
Selected entrant Sergio & The Ladies
Selected song "Sister"
Finals performance
Final result 13th, 33 points
Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest

Belgium was represented by Sergio & The Ladies,with the song Sister.The Belgian Final was held on February 17, and was hosted by Bart Peeters at the VRT TV Studios in Schelle. Before the final, there were 4 semi-finals.The members of the professional jury are Andrea Croonenberghs, Marcel Vanthilt, Rocco Granata and 4 journalists (of the media stations Radio 2, Donna, TV1 and a European jury).The voting consisted of 5 juries, however the televoting counted for 1/3 of the overall vote, with the other 4 juries counting for 1/6:

  • "Expert" jury of 7 people
  • Radio 2 jury (50% televoting, 50% employees)
  • Radio Donna jury (50% televoting, 50% employees)
  • European jury of people from the participating countries in ESC 2002
  • Televoting & SMS voting


Draw Artist Song Place Points
1 Raf Van Brussel "Flyin'" 7 6
2 Severine Doré "Wherever You'll Be" 6 17
3 Sonny "All Out Of Love" 5 20
4 Sergio & The Ladies "Sister" 1 52
5 Wuyts & Schepens "Without Love" 4 22
6 Spark "Someday" 2 39
7 Yasmina "Take This Heart" 3 30

At Eurovision

Points Awarded by Belgium[1]

12 points Spain
10 points France
8 points Latvia
7 points Malta
6 points United Kingdom
5 points Austria
4 points Estonia
3 points Cyprus
2 points Israel
1 point Sweden
Points Awarded to Belgium (Final)
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
  • Turkey
  • Russia
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point
  • Denmark
  • United Kingdom
  • Sweden
  • France
  • Lithuania
  • Spain


External links

  • Belgian National Final page

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