Who Won the Eurovision Song Contest 2004?

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The Eurovision song contest 2004 was worn by Ruslana Lyzhychko from Ukraine. It was the 49th contest that was held in Istanbul, Turkey at the Abdi İpek§i Arena on May the 15th 2004. The Ukrainian won with 280 points and followed by Zeljko Joksimovic from Serbia.
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Ukrainian singer, Ruslana Lyzhychko, won the 2004 Eurovision song contest with the song 'Wild Dances'. The Eurovision Song Contest 2004 was the 49th such Contest and was held in the Abdi Arena in Istanbul, Turkey. This was only Ukraine's second participation in the contest.
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