This week you have been voting in the last of our weekly polls before the Eurovision Final which will take place on Saturday 14th May. On top of the last weekly poll of the year was Albania. Eneda Tarifa has topped the poll an incredible nine out of twelve times with her song ‘Fairytale’. This week she topped the poll with 52% of the vote while Bosnia Herzegovina finished in second for a third week in a row with Ireland’s Nicky Byrne in third with 18% for his song ‘Sunlight’. The top five was rounded up by UK’s Joe and Jake and France’s Amir. Read on for the full results.
It’s all becoming all too predictable in our weekly poll. On top, yet again, you’ve guessed it it’s Albania. Eneda Tarifa’s ‘Fairytale’ is coming true it would seem, having topped our poll for a pretty impressive eight times over the eleven weeks that we have run it so far. The song came out on top again this week with 78% of the overall vote. Bosnia/Herzegovina came in second again this week with 7% for ‘Ljubav je’, a collaboration between Dalal, Deen, Jala and Ana Rucner. In third was Russia’s Sergey Lazarev with ‘You Are the Only One’, while fourth and fifth place belonged to UK and France respectively.
Albania have topped our weekly Eurovision poll for the seventh time. Eneda Tarifa came top with 52% of the overall vote with her song ‘Fairytale’. The nearest rival was Bosnia/Herzegovina who managed second with ‘Ljubav je’ a collaboration between Dalal, Deen, Jala and Ana Rucner. In third was France’s Amir while Hungary climbed 36 places to fourth and Spain’s Barei was in fifth. The biggest upset this week saw Ireland’s Nicky Byrne finish in 16th place, the lowest position for the Westlife star since we began our polls.
Another week, another poll result and Albania are on top again for the sixth time. 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 with her song ‘Fairytale’. Second place went to Bosnia/Herzegovina with ‘Ljubav je’ sung by Dalal, Deen, Ana Rucner and Jala. While Ireland’s Nicky Byrne was in third, with the UK and Czech Republic rounding up the top five.