Poll Results: Conchita on top, but who got eliminated?

Conchita Wurst’s ‘Rise Like a Phoenix’ topped the poll again this week with 
53.16%.  The 2012 winning song ‘Euphoria’ by Loreen came in second this week with 34.74%. The two acts getting eliminated in this week’s double elimination were 

Eric Saade’s ‘Popular’ finishing in eighth place and Verka Serduchka’s ‘Dancing (Lasha Tumbai)’ in ninth.

Loreen and Conchita are still in the running to be crowned the number one Eurovision song ever along with ABBA’s ‘Waterloo’, Alexander Rybak’s ‘Fairytale’, The Common Linnets’ ‘Calm After the Storm’, Margaret Berger’s ‘Feed You My Love’ and Elena Paparizou’s ‘My Number One’.
Voting continues this week with another double elimination which will determine which of the seven acts will make it into our top five. This is the last week in which you can vote for your favourite three songs, as from top five on you will be limited to just one vote. You can view the full results of the poll below. Were you disappointed by this week’s elimination? If so make sure you vote in this week’s poll to keep your favourite act in.
1. Conchita Wurst- Rise Like a Phoenix (Austria, 2014) 53%
2. Loreen- Euphoria (Sweden, 2012) 35%
3. ABBA- Waterloo (Sweden, 1974) 6%
4. Alexander Rybak- Fairytale (Norway, 2009) 2%
5. Common Linnets- Calme After the Storm (Netherlands, 2014) 2%
6. Elena Paparizou- My Number One (Greece, 2005) 1%
7. Margaret Berger- Feed You My Love (Norway, 2013) 1%
8. Eric Saade- Popular (Sweden, 2011) 0.31%
9. Verka Serduchka- Dancing Lasha Tumbai (Ukraine, 2007) 0%
10. Dima Bilan- Believe (Russia, 2008) ELIMINATED

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