Over the past two months, Wiwi’s readers have cast a total of 39,524 votes for their favorite Eurovision contestant. Polls closed at 11:59pm on May 28, on the eve of the live finale. The results have now been tallied and verified by an accountant (Wiwi’s sister), the artists’ agents have been called and the boxes of tissue have been prepared for all of the losers. Here we g0.

Europe has forecast that Turkey’s maNga will win Eurovision 2010. They’ve consistently led this poll since mid-April and finished with an impressive 31% of all votes. Three weeks ago, Spain’s Daniel Diges temporarily overtook the Turkish rockers, but in the end he has to settle for second place with 27% of all votes.

Following an incredibly convincing performance during the May 25 semi-final, Iceland’s Hera Bjork jumped all the way from 28th place (with just 0.12% of all votes) five days ago to third place with 22% today. Germany, Armenia, Israel, Azerbaijan, Romania, Albania and Serbia round out the Top 10.

COMPLETE RESULTS:

1. Turkey’s maNga with “We Could Be the Same” 12,340, 31.22%
2. Spain’s Daniel Diges with “Algo Pequeñito” 10,575, 26.76%
3. Iceland’s Hera Björk with “Je Ne Sais Quoi” 8,826, 22.33%
4. Germany’s Lena Meyer-Landrut with “Satellite” 1,656, 4.19%
5. Armenia’s Eva Rivas with “Apricot Stone” 1,271, 3.22%
6. Israel’s Harel Skaat with “Milim” 596, 1.51%
7. Azerbaijan’s Safura with “Drip Drop” 552, 1.4%
8. Romania’s Paula Seling and Ovi with “Playing With Fire” 345, 0.87%
9. Albania’s Juliana Pasha with “It’s All About You” 285, 0.72%
10. Serbia’s Milan Stankovi? with “Ovo je Balkan” 285, 0.72%
11.Greece’s Giorgos Alkaios and Friends with “Opa” 273, 0.69%
12. Belarus’ 3 + 2 with “Butterflies” 170, 0.43%
13. Ukraine’s Alyosha with “Sweet People” 169, 0.43%
14. Portugal’s Filipa Azevedo with “Há dias assim” 123, 0.31%
15. Denmark’s Chanée & Tomas N’evergreen 96, 0.24%
16. Belgium’s Tom Dice with “Me and My Guitar” 91, 0.23%
17. Cyprus’ Jon Lilygreen & The Islanders 90, 0.23%
18. Ireland’s Niamh Kavanagh with “It’s For You” 86, 0.22%
19. Bosnia’s Vukašin Braji? with “Munja I Grom” 71, 0.18%
20. Moldova’s Sun Stroke Project & Olia Tira 68, 0.17%
21. Norway’s Didrik Solli-Tangen  65, 0.16%
22. Georgia’s Sofia Nizharadze with “Shine” 49, 0.12%
23. United Kingdom’s Josh  40, 0.1%
24. France’s Jessy Matador with “Allez! Ola! Olé!” 39, 0.1%
25. Russia’s Peter Nalitch with “Lost and Forgotten” 29, 0.07%

Here’s how the countries that didn’t advance to the final fared:

1. Poland’s Marcin Mrozinski with “Legenda” 280, 0.71%
2. Lithuania’s Inculto with “Eastern European Funk” 237, 0.6%
3. Croatia’s Feminnem with “Lako Je Sve” 160, 0.4%
4. Sweden’s Anna Bergendahl with “This Is My Life” 130, 0.33%
5. Slovakia’s Kristina with “Horehronie” 119, 0.3%
6. Malta’s Thea Garrett with “My Dream” 113, 0.29%
7. Latvia’s Aisha with “What for?” 96, 0.24%
8. Finland’s Kuunkuiskaajat with “Työlki ellää” 48, 0.12%
9. Bulgaria’s Miro with “Angel Si Ti” 37, 0.09%
10. Estonia’s Malcolm Lincoln with “Siren” 34, 0.09%
11. The Netherland’s Sieneke with “Ik Ben Verliefd (Shalalie)” 30, 0.08%
12. F.Y.R. Macedonia’s Gjoko Taneski with “Jas Ja Imam Silata” 28, 0.07%
13. Switzerland’s Michael von der Heide with “Il pleut de l’or” 12, 0.03%
14. Slovenia’s Ansambel Roka Žlindre in Kalamari 10, 0.03%


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