Last week saw Albania come first in our weekly Eurovision poll for the fifth time. Can Eneda Tarifa repeat this feat again this week, or will another one of the Eurovision nations topple her from the top spot? Get voting for your favourite song! Poll closes on 17th April, when the results will be revealed!
It would seem that Albania are unbeatable in our poll. Our readers have been voting all week for their favourite Eurovision song and of the 43 in the running, Eneda Tarifa has topped the poll for the fifth week with her song ‘Fairytale’. The top three remained the same from last week with Ireland’s Nicky Byrne in second and UK in third with Joe and Jake. France’s Amir was up one place to fourth and Ira Losco was up four at number five with ‘Walk On Water’. This week’s biggest climber was Italy who moved from last week’s 35 to this week’s number 12. Meanwhile at the bottom of the poll was Finland with ‘Sing It Away’- a change from Switzerland’s Rykka who has been bottom of the pile for the past few weeks running.
Two songs will advance from Group G to the knock out stage of our Eurovision World Cup Contest. Group G consists of Sweden, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark and Greece . Listen to each of the songs in this group and vote for your favourite two in the poll below. Poll closes 18th April when the results will be unveiled.
The running order for both of the Eurovision 2016 Semi Finals have been announced. We already know that Sweden will perform in the ninth slot in the final of the contest, but we have to wait until the results of the semi finals before we will know the running order of the qualifiers and the Big Five countries. Until then have a look at what position your country will perform in at the semis.
Two songs will advance from Group H to the knock out stage of our Eurovision World Cup Contest. Group H consists of Italy, Ukraine, Slovenia, Finland and Israel. Listen to each of the songs in this group and vote for your favourite two in the poll below. Poll closes 18th April when the results will be unveiled.
This week you have been voting for your favourite acts in Groups E and F of our Eurovision World Cup competition. Two acts from each group have made it through to the knock out stages. Read on to find out which countries will advance.