Poland's contender

Wiwi’s readers began voting on March 23. Polls closed two months later at midnight on May 25. A total of 2,149 votes were cast.

As of 9pm this evening, the poll remained extremely close with Poland’s Marcin Mrzonski leading Greece’s Giorgos Alkaios and Friends by just six votes. The troops rallied in Athens and, despite high voter turnout in Warsaw, we have ended up with a tie! Wiwi’s readers believe that either Poland or Greece will win tonight’s first Eurovision 2010 semi-final. Serbia’s Milan Stankovic and Slovakia’s Kristina also cracked the important 200 votes threshold to finish in third and fourth respectively. The full results can be found below.

According to our results, the following ten countries will advance to the final: Poland, Greece, Serbia, Slovakia, Malta, Portugal, Albania, Belarus, Belgium and Moldova. The following seven countries will be eliminated: Iceland, Latvia, Estonia, F.Y.R. Macedonia, Finland, Russia and Bosnia.

1. Poland’s Marcin Mrozinski with “Legenda” (289, 13.45%)

1. Greece’s Giorgos Alkaios and Friends with “Opa” (287, 13.45%)

3. Serbia’s Milan Stankovi? with “Ovo je Balkan” (270, 12.6%)

4. Slovakia’s Kristina with “Horehronie” (202, 9.43%)

5. Malta’s Thea Garrett with “My Dream” (172, 8%)

6. Portugal’s Filipa Azevedo with “Há dias assim” (160, 7.47%)

7. Albania’s Juliana Pasha with “It’s All About You” (124, 5.77%)

8. Belarus’ 3 + 2 with “Butterflies” (124, 5.77%)

9. Belgium’s Tom Dice with “Me and My Guitar” (108, 5.03%)

10. Moldova’s Sun Stroke Project & Olia Tira with “Run Away” (87, 4.05%)

11. Iceland’s Hera Björk with “Je Ne Sais Quoi” (65, 3.02%)

12. Latvia’s Aisha with “What for?” (63, 2.93%)

13. Estonia’s Malcolm Lincoln with “Siren” (44, 2.05%)

14. F.Y.R. Macedonia’s Gjoko Taneski with “Jas Ja Imam Silata” (42, 1.95%)

15. Finland’s Kuunkuiskaajat with “Työlki ellää” (38, 1.77%)

16. Russia’s Peter Nalitch with “Lost and Forgotten” (37, 1.72%)

17. Bosnia’s Vukašin Braji? with “Munja I Grom” (35, 1.63%)

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11 years ago

For me, Albania is the BEST song this year. Also good – Estonia, Germany, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Greece!