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The Own Eurovision Song Contest, often shortened to OESC is a song contest on Youtube held, primarily, among the member countries of the Own European Broadcasting Union since April 2012. The competition is based upon the existing wikipedia:Eurovision Song Contest held among the member countries of the wikipedia:European Broadcasting Union (EBU) since 1956. The current and official executive supervisor is Mihai Ghetiu.

Each country's head of delegation gets to select an entry for each edition either by internal or national selection. Then the countries get to vote for each show (quarter-final, semi-final or final) to determine the qualifiers and the winner of the edition.

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Own Eurovision Song Contest 51, often referred to as OESC #51, was the 51st edition of Own Eurovision Song Contest. It took place in Gliwice, Poland, following Bovska’s win at the 50th edition in Kazan, Russia with the song “Kaktus”. It was the fifth time that the country hosted the contest, after previously doing so in 13th, 27th, 41st and 45th editions. The contest was held at the Arena Gliwice, and consisted of two semi-finals on 23 January and the final on 30 January 2019. The live shows were hosted by Paulina Sykut-Jezyna.

Forty countries have participated in the competition. The 51st edition saw the return of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, France, Malta, Portugal and San Marino, while Armenia, Azerbaijan, Czech Republic, Faroe Islands, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Moldova, Monaco, Morocco and Slovenia have decided to withdraw. Despite originally announced their intention to return, Lithuania and Ukraine decided later to not participate.

After a tense voting process, Ireland won the contest for the first time, with Lyra's song "Emerald". This was Ireland's first win – and first top ten placing in the last 32 editions. The margin from the runner-up was 48 points, this being the 3rd biggest margin ever between the top two countries. The podium was completed by Norway and France, with both of them getting their best result since their victories in the 7th and 38th editions respectively. Of the "Big Six", Turkey placed the highest, getting 11th, while Georgia got its worst result ever in the final, finishing last for the second time.

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Poland has participated in the contest 41 times, debuting in the seventh edition, with their best position being 1st, achieving this at the 12th, 26th, 40th44th and 50th editions. The majority of their were selected through internal selection. However, they have also hosted several selections with four of them being under the name of Polska Piosenka, the four-edition selection that selected one of their winning song so far which was "Electric bass" in the 12th edition with 221 points. The second victory of the country came in the 26th edition with Christina Perri and her song "Human" which got just one more point than the first victory of the country, 222 points. The third victory of the country came in the 40th edition with Sarsa and her single "Naucz mnie", which scored a total amount of 208 points while the fourth victory came four editions later, in the 44th edition with Margaret and her song "Cool Me Down", which scored a total of 249 points. In the 50th edition, the country achieved their fifth victory with "Kaktus" by Bovska.

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Own Eurovision Song Contest
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The Own Eurovision Song Contest, abbreviated as OESC, is a song contest held between the members of the Own European Broadcasting Union (OEBU) since April 2012.
Editions
Moldova #01Sweden #02Croatia #03Slovakia #04Belgium #05
Malta #06Moldova #07Norway #08Sweden #09Denmark #10
Netherlands #11Andorra #12Poland #13England #14Germany #15
Russia #16Denmark #17Romania #18Hungary #19Romania #20
San Marino #21Romania #22Kosovo #23Wales #24Åland Islands #25
Liechtenstein #26Poland #27Algeria #28Azerbaijan #29Northern Ireland #30
North Macedonia #31Spain #32Georgia #33Croatia #34Finland #35
Syria #36Belgium #37Greece #38France #39Germany #40
Poland #41Scotland #42Israel #43Italy #44Poland #45
Egypt #46Russia #47Ukraine #48Finland #49Russia #50
Poland #51Ireland #52Armenia #53None #54None #55
Own Asiavision Song Contest
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The Own Asiavision Song Contest, abbreviated as OASC, is a spin-off contest held between the members of the Own Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union since April 2015.
Editions
Mongolia #01China #02Hong Kong #03Jordan #04Afghanistan #05
South Korea #06Mongolia #07Fiji #08Taiwan #09South Korea #10
Qatar #11Sri Lanka #12United Arab Emirates #13Malaysia #14Palestine #15
India #16China #17Philippines #18Cambodia #19Laos #20
Yemen #21South Korea #22Uzbekistan #23None #24None #25
Own Americavision Song Contest
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The Own Americavision Song Contest, abbreviated as OAmSC, is a spin-off contest held between the members of the Own American Broadcasting Association since May 2017.
Editions
Peru #01Antigua and Barbuda #02United States #03Bolivia #04Cayman Islands #05
El Salvador #06Guyana #07Cuba #08United States #09None #10
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