Eva Rivas Armenia

Bookies are forecasting a showdown between Azerbaijan’s Safura and Israel’s Harel Skaat at Eurovision. But according to Wiwi’s poll “Who Will Win Eurovision 2010?,” it may end up as a race between Israel and Armenia’s Eva Rivas. After three days and more than 700 votes, Israel’s Skaat leads with 24% of all votes, but Armenian beauty Rivas is a close second with 20%. Germany’s Lena Meyer-Landrut is a distant third with 9%. Bookies currently have Rivas listed in fifth position. Results of Wiwi’s poll as of Tuesday, March 23 at 11:30am (London time) are:

1. Israel’s Harel Skaat with ‘Milim’ 177 24%
2. Armenia’s Eva Rivas with ‘Apricot Stone’ 143 20%
3. Germany’s Lena Meyer-Landrut with ‘Satellite’ 68 9%
4. Ukraine’s Alyosha with “To Be Free” 60 8%
5. Belarus’ 3 + 2 with ‘Butterflies’ 47 6%
6. Serbia’s Milan Stankovic with ‘Ovo je Balkan’ 44 6%
7. Azerbaijan’s Safura with ‘Drip Drop’ 37 5%
8. Turkey’s maNga with ‘We Could Be the Same’ 18 2%
9. Romania’s Paula Seling and Ovi with ‘Playing With Fire’ 14 2%
Sweden’s Anna Bergendahl with ‘This Is My Life’ 14 2%
11. Croatia’s Feminnem with ‘Lako Je Sve’ 10 1%
12. Slovakia’s Kristina with ‘Horehronie’ 9 1%
13. Lithuania’s Inculto with ‘Eastern European Funk’ 8 1%
14. Poland’s Marcin Mrozinski with ‘Legenda’ 7 1%
Ireland’s Niamh Kavanagh with “It’s For You” 7 1%
Greece’s Giorgos Alkaios and Friends with ‘Opa!’ 7 1%
Denmark’s Chanee & Tomas N’evergreen with ‘In A Moment Like This’ 7 1%
18. Spain’s Daniel Diges with ‘Algo Pequenito’ 6 1%
Albania’s Juliana Pasha with “It’s All About You” 6 1%
Finland’s Kuunkuiskaajat with “Työlki ellää” 6 1%
21. Norway’s Didrik Solli-Tangen with “My Heart Is Yours” 5 1%
France’s Jessy Matador with “Allez! Ola! Olé!” 5 1%
23. Belgium’s Tom Dice with “Me and My Guitar” 4 1%
24. Moldova’s Sun Stroke Project & Olia Tira with “Run Away” 3 0%
F.Y.R. Macedonia’s Gjoko Taneski with “Jas Ja Imam Silata” 3 0%
26. Latvia’s Aisha with “What for?” 2 0%
Estonia’s Malcolm Lincoln with “Siren” 2 0%
United Kingdom’s Josh Dubovie with “That Sounds Good to Me” 2 0%
Russia’s Peter Nalitch with “Lost and Forgotten” 2 0%
Malta’s Thea Garrett with “My Dream” 2 0%
31. Portugal’s Filipa Azevedo with “Há dias assim” 1 0%
Bosnia’s Vukašin Brajić with “Munja I Grom” 1 0%
Bulgaria’s Miro with “Angel Si Ti” 1 0%
Switzerland’s Michael von der Heide with “Il pleut de l’or” 1 0%
Slovenia’s Ansambel Roka Žlindre in Kalamari 1 0%
The Netherland’s Sieneke with “Ik Ben Verliefd (Shalalie)” 1 0%
37. Cyprus’ Jon Lilygreen & The Islanders with “Life Looks Better In Spring” 0 0%
Georgia’s Sofia Nizharadze with “Shine” 0 0%
Iceland’s Hera Bjork with ‘Je Ne Sais Quoi’ 0 0%
2 Comments
Newest
Oldest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
aaaaaaaaaa
11 years ago

vi o4en plaxim))))))))))))))))))))0000

Lady Alekxa
Lady Alekxa
11 years ago

hahaha very stupid