Eurovision NI’s Song of 2019 Group Five: the Results!

News, Song of 2019

This week saw the fifth group in our annual competition to find the top 40 songs from former Eurovision stars in 2019. This set of 16 contenders were posted on Monday and you have been voting for your favourites. It’s now time to reveal the results and announce which five songs have made it through to the final 40.

Topping the poll with 42% of the overall vote is Belgium’s Loic Nottet with his song ‘Candy’. Melovin’s ‘Expectations’ was second with 36% of the vote. While Soluna Samay’s ‘Northern Wind’ (3%), O’G3NE’s ‘Starve’ (3%) and Miki’s ‘Celebrate’ (2%) round out the top five and will all advance to the Top 40. The full results are below.

Eurovision NI Song of 2019 Group Five: Results

1. Loic Nottet- ‘Candy’ (Belgium) 42.03%

2. Melovin- ‘Expectations’ (Ukraine) 35.76%

3. Soluna Samay- ‘Northern Wind’ (Denmark) 3.17%

4. OG3NE- ‘Starve’ (The Netherlands) 3.1%

5. Miki- ‘Celebrate’ (Spain) 2.32%

6. Mikolas Josef- ‘Acapella’ (Czech Rep) 1.86%
7. Twin Twin- ‘Love Song’ (France) 1.55%
8. Eleni Foureira- ‘Loquita’ (Cyprus)  1.47%
9. Pages (Molly Smittden Downes)- ‘Beautiful Weirdo’ (United Kingdom) 1.39%
10. Lena- ‘Don’t Lie to Me’ (Germany) 1.39%
11. Slavko- ‘Moonlit Night’ (Montenegro) 1.16%
12. Zoe- ‘Amour Fou’ (Austria) 1.08%
13. Sevak Khanagyan- ‘Ser’ (Armenia) 1.08%
14. Emma Marrone- ‘Io Sono Bella’ (Italy) 1.08%
15. Arvingarna- ‘I Morgon’ (Sweden) 0.85%
16. Samra- ‘Armas’ (Azerbaijan) 0.7%

The contest continues tomorrow with another batch of hits for you to vote for.

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