As of Saturday, Tuesday April 13 at 5:30pm, nearly 2,0o0 people have voted in wiwibloggs’ polls to determine who should win the semi-finals at Eurovision.
In the first semi-final, Serbia’s Milan Stankovic remains in first place, but the race is getting much tighter. Stankovic claims 18% of all votes. Poland’s Marcin Mrzonski, who only had 3% of the vote last week, now claims 14% of all votes and has moved into second place. He has no doubt benefited from his performance in Wiwi’s search for Eurovision’s Next Top Male Model (he’s currently in first place in that poll). Slovakia’s Kristina is now in third place with 13%, putting her just ahead of Greece’s Giorgos Alkaios and Friends who stand in fourth place with 12%. You can see complete results by CLICKING ON THE PHOTOS OF THE RESULTS BELOW.
In the second semi-final, Armenia’s Eva Rivas has jumped into a commanding lead. Rivas, one of the tallest contestants at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, claims 27% of all votes. Second place finisher Harel Skaat only has 13%. Azerbaijan’s Safura, who today announced that she will be working with Beyoncé’s choreographer, is in third with 12%. You can see complete results by CLICKING ON THE PHOTOS OF THE RESULTS BELOW.