Belgium was represented at Eurovision 2005 by Nuno Resende and the song "Le Grand Soir" (The big night). The song was written by Frédéric Zeitoun and composed by Alec Mansion. Nuno Guilherme de Figueiredo Resende was born in Porto, Portugal, on 25 June 1973. His family immigrated to Belgium where Nuno received his degree in physical education. He started his career in the basement of his house, surrounded by his guitar and a couple of friends. Nuno also had a stage career where he performed in musicals such as Belle et la Bête, Roméo et Juliette, and Les Demoiselles de Rochefort. In the 2000 Belgian national final, Nuno competed as the lead singer of the group La Teuf who finished 6th with the song "Soldat d'amour".

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  • Belgium was represented at Eurovision 2005 by Nuno Resende and the song "Le Grand Soir" (The big night). The song was written by Frédéric Zeitoun and composed by Alec Mansion. Nuno Guilherme de Figueiredo Resende was born in Porto, Portugal, on 25 June 1973. His family immigrated to Belgium where Nuno received his degree in physical education. He started his career in the basement of his house, surrounded by his guitar and a couple of friends. Nuno also had a stage career where he performed in musicals such as Belle et la Bête, Roméo et Juliette, and Les Demoiselles de Rochefort. In the 2000 Belgian national final, Nuno competed as the lead singer of the group La Teuf who finished 6th with the song "Soldat d'amour". (en)
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  • Belgium was represented at Eurovision 2005 by Nuno Resende and the song "Le Grand Soir" (The big night). The song was written by Frédéric Zeitoun and composed by Alec Mansion. Nuno Guilherme de Figueiredo Resende was born in Porto, Portugal, on 25 June 1973. His family immigrated to Belgium where Nuno received his degree in physical education. He started his career in the basement of his house, surrounded by his guitar and a couple of friends. Nuno also had a stage career where he performed in musicals such as Belle et la Bête, Roméo et Juliette, and Les Demoiselles de Rochefort. In the 2000 Belgian national final, Nuno competed as the lead singer of the group La Teuf who finished 6th with the song "Soldat d'amour". (en)
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  • Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 (en)
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