Re-union "Without you"
About "Without you"
The Netherlands participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004 with the song "Without You" written by Ed van Otterdijk and Angeline van Otterdijk. The song was performed by the duo Re-union. The Dutch broadcaster Nederlandse Omroep Stichting (NOS) organised the national final Nationaal Songfestival 2004 in collaboration with broadcaster Televisie Radio Omroep Stichting (TROS) in order to select the Dutch entry for the 2004 contest in Istanbul, Turkey. 24 entries competed in the national final which consisted of six shows: four semi-finals, a wildcard round and a final. Ten entries qualified from to compete in the final on 22 February 2004 where "Without You" performed by Re-union was selected as the winner following the combination of votes from a five-member jury panel and a public vote.
The Netherlands competed in the semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest which took place on 12 May 2004. Performing as the closing entry during the show in position 22, "Without You" was announced among the top 10 entries of the semi-final and therefore qualified to compete in the final on 14 May. It was later revealed that the Netherlands placed sixth out of the 22 participating countries in the semi-final with 146 points. In the final, the Netherlands placed twentieth out of the 24 participating countries, scoring 11 points.
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