This week saw the results of our third Top 40 Poll and it was Russia’s Polina Gagarina who came out on top for a second week in a row. Not much has changed in the Top 5 with Italy still in second place, Slovenia still in third, Spain still in fourth, but this week saw Iceland’s Maria Olafs climb six places to fifth with her song ‘Unbroken’. Read on to see the Top 40 in full. Is your favourite in the top ten? If not be sure to vote in the poll at the end of the article.
Slovenia’s entry for 2015 is Maraaya, the name a portmanteau of duo’s names Marjetka Vovk and Aleš Vovk aka”Raay”. Their song ‘Here For You’ was chosen in the Slovene national final in February and since then has gone on to be the first song to sit atop the poll in our Top 40, two weeks ago.
Check out this acoustic and Icelandic version of Maria Olafsdottir’s 2015 Eurovision song ‘Unbroken’ a.k.a. ‘Litil Skref’ and let us know what you think. Like what you hear? Then vote for it in our poll in which we want to find out your top 40 Eurovision songs for 2015.
We may have crowned Conchita Wurst’s ‘Rise Like a Phoenix’ as our favourite Eurovision song ever last week, but now the BBC’s Radio 2 are asking you to vote for your favourite Eurovision winner in their poll. To mark the 60th anniversary of Eurovision, Ken Bruce will countdown your Top 40 choices on Radio 2’s Eurovision pop up digital radio station launching 21st May. Who is your favourite winner ever? Let us know in the comment section below and you can vote for your favourite here.
Last week saw the results of the first top 40 2015 Eurovision Songs with Slovenia’s Maraaya coming out on top. This week, you have been voting again and this time Russia’s Polina Gagarina with ‘A Million Voices’ proved most popular with our voters. For the full list of the top 40 for week two read on and remember to vote for your favourites again this week in the poll below…
You’ve been voting all week for your favourite Eurovision song from the class of 2015. This week it was Slovenia’s Maraaya who came out on top with their song “Here for You”. See the full top 40 below and the poll is now open again to vote for your favourite again.