Eurovision NI’s Song of 2016: Group Five Results 

group 5 Eurovision NI Song of 2016
This week you have been voting in group five of Eurovision NI’s Song of 2016 poll. The poll closed last night and we can now reveal the results.

Three of the thirteen songs in group five have advanced to the final poll in which the top 30 0f the year will be revealed. The three qualifiers are:

Jedward- ‘Hologram’ (Ireland, 2011 & 2012)

Anouk- ‘Burn’ (The Netherlands, 2013)

Safura- ‘Baku’ (Azerbaijan, 2010)

The full results of the poll are below:

1. Jedward- ‘Hologram’ (87.08%)

2. Anouk- ‘Burn’ (3.43%)

3. Safura- ‘Baku’ (2.64%)

4. Frans- ‘Young Like Us’ (2.37%)

5. Minus One- The Potato Song (1.32%)

6. Amir- ‘On Dirait (We Say)’ (1.06%)

=7. ByeALEX- ‘Nehéz Vagyok (I am Hard)’ (0.53%)

=7. Getter Jaani- ‘Kullavajade tuul (Kullavajade Wind)’ (0.53%)

=7. Sanna Nielsen- ‘Dansar bort med nagon annan (Dancing Away With Somebody Else’ (0.53%)

=10. Robin Stjernberg- ‘Take Me Home’ (0.26%)

=10. Nina Kraljic- ‘Samo (Only)’ (0.26%)

=12. Sandhja- ‘Love Me High’ (0%)

=12. Juri Pootsmann- ‘Nii Voi Naa (Oh Nii Naa)’ (0%)

These three songs join the songs that have already qualified from Group One, Two, Three and Four in our Top 30 Countdown in the New Year:

Anngunn- ‘Face au vent’

Jedward- ‘Good Vibes’

Mans Zelmerlow- ‘Fire and Rain’

Alexander Rybak- ‘I Came to Love You’

Freddie- ‘Na Jó, Hello’

The Common Linnets- ‘In Your Eyes’

Mans Zelmerlow- ‘Should’ve Gone Home’

Anouk- ‘Run Away Together’

Maria Olafs- ‘Baby Take the Wheel’

Greta Salome- ‘Row’

Douwe Bob- ‘Jacob’s Song’

Hera Bjork- ‘The Queen of Effing Every Thing’

Remember to check back tomorrow when we will be revealing the next group of contenders!

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