Scott Fitzgerald is a Scottish singer and musical actor. He had a very successful international music career in the 1970s. His biggest single was "If I Had Words", which peaked at #3 in the UK and went on to sell over a million copies worldwide. At the time of his participation in the 1988 UK selection, he was working at a meat market in Glasgow.
He represented the United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 1988 in Dublin and finished in second place, just one point behind winners Switzerland. He was the first ever artist chosen by telephone vote to sing the UK's entry in the Contest.
He is the father of Ki Fitzgerald, who was a founding member of the boyband Busted and now works as a producer for other artists. Ki co-wrote the song Monsters with Saara Aalto, which represented Finland at the 2018 contest in Lisbon.
|Eurovision Song Contest 1988|
|Artists||Beathoven • Tommy Körberg • Boulevard • Scott Fitzgerald • MFÖ • La Década Prodigosa • Gerard Joling • Yardena Arazi • Celine Dion • Jump The Gun • Maxi & Chris Garden • Wilfried Scheutz • Hot Eyes • Afroditi Frida • Karoline Krüger • Reynaert • Lara Fabian • Luca Barbarossa • Gérard Lenorman • Dora • Srebrna Krila|
|Songs||Þú og þeir (Sókrates) • Stad i ljus • Nauravat silmät muistetaan • Go • Sufi • La chica que yo quiero (Made In Spain) • Shangri-La • Ben Adam • Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi • Take Him Home • Lied für einen Freund • Lisa, Mona Lisa • Ka' du se hva' jeg sa'? • Kloun • For vår jord • Laissez briller le soleil • Croire • Vivo (Ti Scrivo) • Chanteur de charme • Voltarei • Mangup|