Eric Saade’s “Popular” Is the Eurovision 2011 Song You Are Still Listening To

One month ago Wiwi asked y’all to check your iPods and tell him which Eurovision 2011 songs you’re still listening to. After 2,382 votes, you’ve made it clear that it’s Eric Saade you still have on your mind, and your playlists.

The Swede, who spoke with Wiwi in an exclusive interview ahead of Eurovision, captured 419 votes—more than 17% of all votes cast. Germany’s Lena, who won Eurovision back in 2010, finished second with 11%. And Poland’s Magdalena Tul—who won Wiwi’s 2011 search for Eurovision’s Next Top Model—finished third with 8%. Ireland’s Jedward and Austria’s Nadine Beiler round out the Top 5, with 6% each.

Eurovision winners Ell & Nikki only managed to finish 10th. But the Azeri duo faired much better than pre-Eurovision favorite Amaury Vassili. He finished a disappointing 35th in our poll. Armenia’s Emmy, who was knocked out in the semis at Eurovision, placed 11th here.

Here are the complete results:

1. Sweden’s Eric Saade with “Popular,” 419, 17.59%
2. Germany’s Lena with “Taken By A Stranger,” 269, 11.29%
3. Poland’s Magdalena Tul with “Jestem,” 196, 8.23%
4. Ireland’s Jedward with “Lipstick,” 148, 6.21%
5. Austria’s Nadine Beiler with “The Secret Is Love,” 137, 5.75%
5. Switzerland’s Anna Rossinelli with “In Love For A While,” 137, 5.75%
7. Italy’s Raphael Gualazzi with “Follia d’Amore,” 102, 4.28%
8. Hungary’s Kati Wolf with “What About My Dreams?” 68, 2.85%
9. Estonia’s Getter Jaani with “Rockefeller Street,” 57, 2.39%
10. Azerbaijan’s Ell & Nikki with “Running Scared,” 54, 2.27%
11. Armenia’s Emmy with “Boom Boom,” 53, 2.23%
12. United Kingdom’s Blue with “I Can,” 50, 2.1%
13. Serbia’s Nina with “Caroban,” 45, 1.89%
14. Denmark’s A Friend In London with “New Tomorrow,” 43, 1.81%
15. Slovenia’s Maja Keuc with “No One,” 39, 1.64%
16. Greece’s Loucas Yiorkas feat. Stereo Mike with “Watch My Dance,” 35, 1.47%
16. Russia’s Alexey Vorobyov with “Get You,” 35, 1.47%
18. Bosnia’s Dino Merlin with “Love in Rewind,” 34, 1.43%
19. Spain’s Lucía Pérez with “Que me quiten lo bailao”, 33, 1.39%
20. Finland’s Paradise Oskar with “Da Da Dam,” 32, 1.34%
21. Norway’s Stella Mwangi with “Haba Haba,” 31, 1.3%
22. Israel’s Dana International with “Ding Dong,” 30, 1.26%
22. Ukraine’s Mika Newton with “Angel,” 30, 1.26%
24. Bulgaria’s Poli Genova with “Na Inat,” 29, 1.22%
25. Georgia’s Eldrine with “One More Day,” 26, 1.09%
26. Latvia’s Musiqq with “Angel in Disguise,” 25, 1.05%
27. Slovakia’s TWiiNS with “I’m Still Alive,” 24, 1.01%
28. Belarus’ Anastasia Vinnikova with “I Love Belarus,” 22, 0.92%
29. Croatia’s Daria with “Celebrate,” 21, 0.88%
30. Romania’s Hotel FM with “Change,” 20, 0.84%
31. Cyprus’ Christos Mylordos with “San aggelos s’agapisa,” 19, 0.8%
32. Iceland’s Sjonni’s Friends with “Coming Home,” 17, 0.71%
33. Moldova’s Zdob Si Zdub with “So Lucky,” 15, 0.63%
34. San Marino’s Senit with “Stand By,” 13, 0.55%
35. Albania’s Aurela Gace with “Feel the Passion,” 12, 0.5%
35. France’s Amaury Vassili with “Sognu,” 12, 0.5%
36. Turkey’s Yuksek Sadakat with “Live It Up,” 12, 0.5%
38. Belgium’s Witloof Bay with “With Love,” 9, 0.38%
39. Lithuania’s Evelina Sasenko with “C’est Ma Vie,” 7, 0.29%
39. Malta’s Glen Vella with “One Life,” 7, 0.29%
39. Portugal’s Homens da Luta with “A luta e alegria,” 7, 0.29%
42. The Netherland’s 3Js with “Never Alone,” 5, 0.21%
43. F.Y.R. Macedonia’s Vlatko Illievski with “Rusinka,” 3, 0.13%

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