Poll: Who is the best solo male act of Eurovision 2017?

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The theme for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest is “Celebrate Diversity” — across music, countries and, of course, performers. Be it ladies, duos, trios or groups, this year’s acts all have their own flavour. But today we shift our focus to the gents, who are throwing a proper sausage party at Eurovision 2017. This year fourteen lads will aim to get to the top, and we want to know your favourites.

To snatch Jamala’s winner’s trophy these acts will need to overcome some fierce competition from the ladies and groups. But if this contest were just about the men, who do you think deserves top marks? Who is the best solo male vocalist at Eurovision 2017?

Review the songs below and then cast your votes. You can vote for as many guys as you’d like, but you can only vote one time, so be sure to click the box next to each act you want to support before pressing submit. We’ll close this poll prior to the first set of rehearsals in Kyiv.

AUSTRALIA: ISAIAH WITH “DON’T COME EASY”

AUSTRIA: NATHAN TRENT WITH “RUNNING ON AIR”

BULGARIA: KRISTIAN KOSTOV WITH “BEAUTIFUL MESS”

CROATIA: JACQUES HOUDEK WITH “MY FRIEND”

CYPRUS: HOVIG WITH “GRAVITY”

HUNGARY: JOCI PAPAI WITH “ORIGO”

IRELAND: BRENDAN MURRAY WITH “DYING TO TRY”

ISRAEL: IMRI WITH “I FEEL ALIVE”

ITALY: FRANCESCO GABBANI WITH “OCCIDENTALI’S KARMA”

MONTENEGRO: SLAVKO KALEZIC WITH “SPACE”

PORTUGAL: SALVADOR SOBRAL WITH “AMAR PELOS DOIS”

SLOVENIA: OMAR NABER WITH “ON MY WAY”

SPAIN: MANEL NAVARRO WITH “DO IT FOR YOUR LOVER”

SWEDEN: ROBIN BENGTSSON WITH “I CAN’T GO ON”

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