Conchita’s Rise Like a Phoenix is Your Favourite Eurovision Song Ever

Rise Like a Phoenix is your favourite Eurovision song ever!

Rise Like a Phoenix is your favourite Eurovision song ever!

After weeks of voting in our polls, you have crowned Conchita Wurst’s 2014 winning song ‘Rise Like a Phoenix’ as your favourite Eurovision song ever. She proved to be unstoppable as she won by quite a large margin with 82% of the vote (2077 votes) in the final round. In second place was Sweden’s Loreen with ‘Euphoria’ which despite a late surge in votes only managed 10% of the overall total. Alexander Rybak’s ‘Fairytale’ was in third with 7% and Common Linnets’ ‘Calm After the Storm’ and ABBA’s ‘Waterloo’ were fourth and fifth respectively, both with less than 1% of the vote.

The full top ten is below:

1. Conchita Wurst- Rise Like a Phoenix (Austria, 2014)- 82.09%

2. Loreen- Euphoria (Sweden, 2012)- 10.04%

3. Alexander Rybak- Fairytale (Norway, 2009)- 7.15%

4. Common Linnets- Calm After the Storm (Netherlands, 2014) 0.43%

5. ABBA- Waterloo (Sweden, 1974) 0.28%

6. Elena Paparizou- My Number One (Greece, 2005) eliminated

7. Margaret Berger- Feed You My Love (Norway, 2013) eliminated

8. Eric Saade- Popular (Sweden, 2011) eliminated

9. Verka Serduchka- Dancing Lasha Tumbai (Ukraine, 2007) eliminated

10. Dima Bilan- Believe (Russia, 2008) eliminated

And remember you can still vote in our poll to find out your favourite Eurovision song from this year’s contest below.

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2 Comments

  1. Well deserved! Conchita is the queen of this century. The voice in magnificent and the transformation to a woman is made so beautifully and elegantly that I can not even see the beard any more.. she is a true lady from head to toe!

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  2. Conchita is just the Best!
    A great voice, a great message and very very beautiful!
    We are unity and we are Unstoppable 💜

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