Wrap-up: Hungary got Europe dancing

Who is Zoli Ádok?

Despite his young age, Zoli’s career has been quite eventful so far: after finishing his dance studies in Pécs, he started his career in 2000 with Le Dance Contemporary Dance Music Company and moved on to travel around the world as a dancer and musical actor participating in musicals like in Fame, at the Habse Theatre is Basel, Switzerland as well as in Cats at the Theatre am Potsdam Platz in Berlin with 500 performances from 2004 to 2007. Back home, he currently stars at Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber’s (who's also the author of the UK song this year!) Amazing Technicolor Dreamboat as Levi, at the Madách Theatre.

"One of my favourite songs this year. It is very catchy and they Zoli can dance for sure!" a fan from Ireland said. A Spanish fan predicted him to do well: "The song is very good. Zoli Ádok will be the third position in the final."

His catchy performance and dance song didn't achieve the third place in the Final as suggested by the Spanish fan, unfortunately. It did, however, get him a total of 16 points from the participating countries which made him finish fifteenth in the second Semi-Final of the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest.

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

How did it all start?

Now in Moscow...

After the Show



Hungary's best placing was in Helsinki in 2007 when Magdi Rúzsa got the second place in the Semi-Final with her Unsubstantial Blues. In the end she finished ninth in the Final. Last year Csézy didn't manage to qualify for the Final with Candlelight.

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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