Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga Cameos & Singers

EUROVISION SONG CONTEST: The Story of Fire Saga- Austrian singer Conchita Wurst, Rachel McAdams as Sigrit Ericksdottir, Swedish singer Loreen. Cr. Jonathan Olley/NETFLIX © 2020

In case you missed it Will Farrel’s newest Netflix film ‘Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga‘ was jam-packed of cameos during the song-along sequence. So let’s dive in and see who they were and if you spotted them.

In case you have no idea, the film was based on the 60 years long-running niche TV show Eurovision. It’s created many stars but most of all a fan base from all over the world. The song-along sequence sums up the contest rather well; cheesy, camp, and pretty damn amazing. But during the sequence, the film creators managed a massive 10 cameos from past Eurovision winners to popular singers!

John Lundvik

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The first star we see is Swedish singer John Lundvik. Best known for his song “Too Late For Love” that managed to bag him 5th place in the 2019 contest.

Anna Odobescu

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Anna is our first winner to star in the film. She was the winner of the 2019 version of the show beating fellow singer John Lundvik with her song ‘Stay’

Bilal Hassani

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YouTuber superstar and French LGBT+ icon is up next to sing his part in the sequence. He went on to be placed 16th in 2019, with 105 points.


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Loreen is the the winner of Eurovision 2012 in Baku, Azerbaijan. Her song Euphoria became a smash hit around the world reaching number 1 in her native country as well as in the UK.

Jessy Matador

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2010 star Jessy Matador represented France in the contest with his song ‘Allez Ola Olé‘ finishing in 12th place. He’s since recorded two albums and is very popular in France!

Alexander Rybak

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23-year-old violinist Alexander Ryback won the contest in 2009 when he was only 12 with a massive 387 points while representing Norway.


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Our 7th spotlight comes from Ukrainian singer Jamal. In 2016, she won the ‘1944’ and is still making music to this day and remains very popular in her country.

Elina Nechayeva

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Elina was placed 8th in 2018 with her song ‘La forza’ and represented Estonia.

Conchita Wurst

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Next up could be one of the most popular and well-known stars Thomas Neuwirth, aka Conchita Wurst. The drag queen won Eurovision in 2014 with “Rise Like a Phoenix.”


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We finish up the cameos with Netta. 2018 winner with her song ‘Toy’. It reached number 1 in Israel, but also topped the U.S. Dance charts as well! Neta has carried on creating smash-hit songs after Eurovision.