As of Saturday, April 3 at 5:30pm, more than 1,2o0 people have voted in wiwibloggs’ polls to determine who should win the semi-finals at Eurovision. Serbia’s Milan Stankovic remains in first place and has widened his lead over Slovakia’s Kristina. This week he claims 22% of all votes compared to Kristina’s 16%; last week Serbia had 21% compared to Slovakia’s 18%. Greece’s Giorgos Alkaios and Friends have climbed from fourth place into a tie for third place with Belarus’ 3 + 2. Both groups now claim 11% of all votes. You can see the full chart by CLICKING ON THE PHOTOS OF THE RESULTS BELOW.
Last week the second semi-final was incredibly close, with only 10 votes separating Azerbaijan’s Safura (in first last week) from Ukraine’s Alyosha (in fourt last week). This week, however, it’s a different story. Armenia’s Eva Rivas, perhaps the tallest contestant at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, has jumped into the lead with 22% of all votes; last week she only had 17%. Azerbaijan drops to second place with 15%, followed by Ukraine and Israel’s Harel Skaat in joint third (both claim 12% of all votes).
These results, coupled with betting odds released by several London-based agencies, suggest that Safura is losing some of her momentum. Once the odds-on favorite, she now trails Germany’s Lena.
Be sure to check out the complete results by clicking on the photos below, and don’t forget to vote in Wiwi’s polls to determine who will win the First Semi-Final and the Second Semi-Final.