For the first time since bookies began issuing their 2010 Eurovision odds, Germany’s Lena Meyer-Landrut has become the favorite to take the title in Oslo. A number of betting agencies have the Satellite singer at 7/2. That places her just ahead of Azerbaijan’s Safura who stands at 4. Israel’s Harel Skaat remains in third position. This week’s biggest climbers are Denmark’s Chanee & Tomas N’evergreen singing “In A Moment Like This.” The duo has jumped to fourth position, outpacing Armenia’s Eva Rivas who remains in fourth. Croatia’s Feminnem have fallen out of the top 5 for the first time and now find themselves in sixth position. Meyer-Landrut is also dominating Wiwi’s poll “Who Will Win Eurovision 2010?” Of the 2,500 votes cast in the past two weeks, Germany claims 850 of them (34%). Second-place Armenia can boast only 288 (12%).
Will Germany actually win in Oslo? Can Azerbaijan’s Safura stage a comeback? Will Israel regain his previous glory with the bookies? Check out the latest odds below and let Wiwi know what you think!
do you heard at least this Country? GREAT SONG
Suntroke Project & Olia Tira the best
she has a great song
but israel is much better
but good luck to all countries
YUCK! this song is overrated. go ARMENIA
GO LENA! You’re going to win it!
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