The Eurovision song contest has long been a way of taking the continent’s pulse and challenging commonsense notions of what Europe is.

Hostess Jacqueline Joubert announces
results of the Eurovision Song Contest 1959, hosted in Cannes, France. “Een beetje,”
performed by the Dutch singer Teddy Scholten, ultimately took the top spot. (Gerard Landau / INA via Getty Images)

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