It’s only been four days since the Eurovision final, but the 2010 contestants are already topping the iTunes charts across Europe. Germany’s Lena Meyer-Landrut looks set to capitalize big on her Eurovision victory. “Satellite” currently tops the charts in seven countries (Austria, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Ireland, Luxembourg and Sweden). Versions of the song have hit #3 and #6 in Germany, #2 in Belgium, Norway, Spain and Switzerland, #4 in the Netherlands, and #8 in Portugal.
France’s Jessy Matador placed 12th at Eurovision with “Allez! Ola! Ole!”—his up-tempo dance number that induces booty-shaking and public drunkenness. He clearly won over a lot of fans. His single is already #2 in Finland, Germany and Greece, #3 in Norway, #4 in Luxembourg, #5 in Belgium and #9 in Sweden.
Belgium’s Tom Dice placed sixth at Eurovision with his Tracy Chapman-like acoustic sound. He’s currently #1 in Belgium, #5 in Germany, #6 in Luxembourg, #8 in Norway, and #9 in Ireland.
Here are the rest of the chart-toppers:
Moldova’s Sunstroke Project with Olia Tira with “Run Away”: #6 in Norway, #8 in Finland
Romania’s Paula Seling and Ovi with “Playing With Fire”: #7 in Norway, #7 in Sweden
Spain’s Daniel Diges with “Algo Pequenito”: #8 in Spain
Sweden’s Anna Bergendahl with “This Is My Life”: #9 in Norway
Greece’s Giorgos Alkaios and Friends: #4 in Greece
Azerbaijan’s Safura with “Drip Drop”: #7 in Greece
Turkey’s maNga with “We Could Be The Same:” #10 in Greece
Denmark’s Chanée and Tomas N’evergreen with “In A Moment Like This”: #5 in Norway