Wrap-up: Belgium brought back 'the King'

Who is Copycat?

Patrick Ouchène's great passion for fifties rock ’n’ roll naturally led him to become a musician but he has always remained loyal to rockabilly. As guitarist and singer, he is not content with copying or recreating the great classics of the era, Patrick also writes and composes his own songs. 

"We love you guys! Wish you luck, you're the best!" a fan from Belarus expressed his opinion. Another fan from the UK added:"This is a real breath of fresh air, music lovers everywhere should vote for this. It's so catchy, It deserves to win let alone qualify for the Final. "

Copycat got a point from Armenia and achieved the seventeenth place in the first Semi-Final of Europe's favourite TV-show. He did, however, not qualify for the Final with that result with his song Copycat.

Check out who exactly is Copycat by clicking on his Artist Profile.

How did it all start?

Now in Moscow...



The last time Belgium took part in the Final of Europe's favourite TV-show was back in 2004 when Xandee did the job with 1 Life. How will their national selection look in 2010? How will they do in Oslo? Find all of that out right here at Eurovision.tv!

You can expect more wrap-up articles from us about the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest participants. Stay tuned!

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