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About Kari Kuivalainen
Finland was present at the Eurovision Song Contest 1986, held in Bergen, Norway. The Finnish national final to select their entry was held on 22 February at the YLE Studios in Helsinki, and was hosted by journalist Kari Lumikero. The votes of an "expert jury" decided the winner. The winning entry was "Päivä kahden ihmisen," performed and composed by Kari Kuivalainen. The voting was rather tight and Kuivalainen won by only one point over the second-placing entrant.