నేను ఇంకా బ్రతికి ఉన్నది నీకోసమే..ర : అసలు ఈ కథ ఎక్కడ నుండి … నేను చేప్పినట్లు చేయాలి..ల : నీవు ఎమి చేప్పిన చేస్తాను బావా.. Through televoting, the audience chose "Satellite", written by American Julie Frost and Dane John Gordon, to be her designated song in case she won the show.In a second round of voting, Meyer-Landrut was chosen as Germany's entry for the 55th Eurovision Song Contest, beating the last remaining contestant, Jennifer Braun.Among 4,500 entrants, Meyer-Landrut was picked as one of the 20 contestants for the show.Asked about her motivation to apply, she stated, "I like to test myself.Meyer-Landrut decided to take part in the talent show Unser Star für Oslo (Our Star for Oslo), a newly created national television programme to select the German entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 in Oslo.
Produced by Stefan Raab, it includes the singles "Satellite", "Love Me" and "Bee", as well as two cover songs and eight unreleased titles.All twelve songs Meyer-Landrut performed during that show were recorded on her second studio album Good News which was released on 8 February 2011.The album reached Gold status in Germany within one week after its release.Germany received a wild card during the running order draw, allowing the German representatives to pick the country's position for the final. Meyer-Landrut arrived one week before the show in Oslo, where she completed five rehearsals of her song "Satellite".Prior to the final, she was considered one of the favourites."Satellite" received a total of 246 points, giving Germany its first win since 1982, and the first victory as a unified country.The song won over Turkey's entry "We Could Be the Same" with a margin of 76 points, at that time the second-biggest in Eurovision history, second only to Alexander Rybak's margin of 169 points in the 2009 contest (it would later be beaten by Loreen's victory in 2012, sporting a margin of 113 points).Meyer-Landrut is credited as a co-writer for the lyrics of five songs.Representing a "big four" country, Meyer-Landrut automatically qualified for the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2010.Out of her eight cover performances, five of the original songs subsequently charted in Germany, with all but "Foundations" reaching their peak chart position.In the final on 12 March 2010, Meyer-Landrut sang three songs specifically written for the contest, "Bee", "Satellite" and "Love Me".