Armenia

After one month and a total of 2,925 votes, Wiwi’s readers are feeling a whole lot of love for Armenia’s Emmy.

The “Boom Boom” singer had just 47 votes (2.6%) at the end of last week, but since releasing her official preview video has jumped to the top of the poll with 520 votes (18%). That pushes Turkey’s Yüksek Sadakat (“Live It Up”) into second place with 11.4% and the U.K.’s Blue into third position with 6.3%. Sweden and Hungary each drop a place—from third and fourth place to fourth and fifth place, respectively. Azerbaijan’s Ell & Nikki remain in sixth place with 4.6%, while the bookies’ favorite Amaury Vassili drops two places—from seventh to ninth. San Marino’s Senit remains in last place, presumably because there aren’t many people in San Marino to vote for her.

You can see the full results below, and can cast your vote here if you haven’t yet done so. Polls end on May 13, 2011–the eve of the Eurovision finale!

1. Armenia’s Emmy with “Boom Boom” 520, 17.78%
2. Turkey’s Yüksek Sadakat with “Live It Up” 332, 11.35%
3. United Kingdom’s Blue with “I Can” 184, 6.29%
4. Sweden’s Eric Saade with “Popular” 163, 5.57%
5. Hungary’s Kati Wolf with “What About My Dreams?” 136, 4.65%
6. Azerbaijan’s Ell & Nikki with “Running Scared” 133, 4.55%
7. Poland’s Magdalena Tul with “Jestem” 105, 3.59%
8. Bosnia’s Dino Merlin with “Love in Rewind” 96, 3.28%
9. France’s Amaury Vassili with “Sognu” 94, 3.21%
10. Greece’s Loucas Yiorkas feat. Stereo Mike with “Watch My Dance” 94, 3.21%
11. Ireland’s Jedward with “Lipstick” 91, 3.11%
12. Estonia’s Getter Jaani with “Rockefeller Street” 90, 3.08%
13. Germany’s Lena with “Taken By A Stranger” 80, 2.74%
14. The Netherlands’ 3Js with “Never Alone” 74, 2.53%
15. Slovenia’s Maja Keuc with “No One” 73, 2.5%
16. Bulgaria’s Poli Genova with “Na Inat” 63, 2.15%
17. Israel’s Dana International with “Ding Dong” 61, 2.09%
18. Spain’s Lucía Pérez with “Que me quiten lo bailao” 51, 1.74%
19. Norway’s Stella with “Haba Haba” 45, 1.54%
20. Albania’s Aurela Gaçe with “Feel the Passion” 41, 1.4%
21. Romania’s Hotel FM with “Change” 39, 1.33%
22. Denmark’s A Friend In London with “New Tomorrow” 36, 1.23%
23.Latvia’s Musiqq with “Angel in Disguise” 29, 0.99%
24.Russia’s Alexey Vorobyov with “Get You” 26, 0.89%
25. Serbia’s Nina with “Caroban” 25, 0.85%
26. Cyprus’ Christos Mylordos with “San aggelos S’agapisa” 20, 0.68%
26.Slovakia’s TWiiNS with “I’m Still Alive” 20, 0.68%
28. Portugal’s Homens da Luta with “Luta é Alegria” 19, 0.65%
29. F.Y.R. Macedonia’s Vlatko Ilievski with “Rusinka” 18, 0.62%
30. Finland’s Paradise Oskar with “Da Da Dam” 17, 0.58%
30. Malta’s Glen Vella with “One Life” 17, 0.58%
32. Croatia’s Daria Kinzer with “Celebrate” 15, 0.51%
32. Iceland’s Sjonni’s Friends with “Coming Home” 15, 0.51%
34. Georgia’s Eldrine with “One More Day” 14, 0.48%
34. Italy’s Raphael Gualazzi with “Follia d’Amore” 14, 0.48%
34. Switzerland’s Anna Rossinelli with “In Love For A While” 14, 0.48%
37. Ukraine’s Mika Newton with “Angel” 13, 0.44%
38. Lithuania’s Evelina Sasenko with “C’est Ma Vie” 12, 0.41%
39. Belgium’s Witloof Bay with “With Love” 12, 0.41%
40. Austria’s Nadine Beiler with “The Secret Is Love” 8, 0.27%
40. Belarus’ Anastasiya Vinnikova with “I Love Belarus” 8, 0.27%
42. Moldova’s Zdob Si Zdub with “So Lucky” 6, 0.21%
43. San Marino’s Senit with “Stand By” 2, 0.07% ,
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nikki
8 years ago

emy is the one hehe heeeeeeeeeeeeeeee it is very ridiculous emmy is the weaker
MY HEART AZERBAIJAN IS THE ONE ITHE BEST IS THE SO BEAUTIFUL
ELL NIKKI RUNING SCARED IS THE BEST

Monika
Monika
8 years ago

EMMY NUMBER ONEEEEEEEEEEE I LOVE YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU

Kate
Kate
10 years ago

Seeing as most people commenting are going for Armenia it’s kinda clear the poll is biased. Good song. It’s catchy. Top 5. But not a winner for me

Sat
Sat
10 years ago

Emmy is the best!Armenia go!!!!!!!!!!!!
Don’t envy people!

ESC FAN
ESC FAN
10 years ago

I think we can 3 countries to fight for victory France, Estonia , Denmark ( predict Denmark or France to win)
Armenia will be in TOP 10 like Azerbaijan ( both out of TOP 5)
United Kingdom will be out of TOP 5 and maybe from TOP 10.
Norway, Hungary, Slovakia will be flop in semifinal .
Italy, Serbia and Iceland are so underrated on betting odds and prediction lists.
Portugal and Belarus maybe will be suprise finalist ( I predict for Portugal result like Austria 2003 and Lithuania 2006).

peter
peter
10 years ago

Jor, thanks for pointing that out. I checked out the live performance and it was better than the others I’ve seen so far. She clearly has some talent. I just wish they’d given her more material to work with. Did all songwriters in Armenia go on strike?

Jor
Jor
10 years ago

peter if you want to listen her sing live you can do it only visit youtube and search emmy boom boom in amsterdam and you will watch it…it is great go Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrmneiaaaaaaaaa

peter
peter
10 years ago

You guys must be jocking? Emmy? I haven’t even seen her sing live. She only seems to be lip-syncing. The song is horrible. Her movements are awkward. She is a “cheap” copy of Lena. I still haven’t figured out what the song is about. Emmy said it is about “nothing.” How profound.

I think the lyrics should really go:

Boom boom chaka chaka
This song is so kaka kaka
Boom boom chaka chaka
You’re a big fat sucka sucka
if you vote for kaka kaka

Jor
Jor
10 years ago

GOOOOOOOOO armeniaaaaaaaaaaa

Jane
Jane
10 years ago

Emmy you are the best And you will win!!!!!!!!!!!!All armenians with you!Go Armenia,goooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Emmy!

rebecca
rebecca
10 years ago

i really DONT want emmy to win, its not even that good of song

Warrior
Warrior
10 years ago

Emmy, do your best! We’re with you!!!

Hovo Manukian
Hovo Manukian
10 years ago

Emmy you are the best Armenian singer
BOOOM SHE SING
BOOOOM
AND ALL EUROPE SAY HIM
AYOOOOO!

Lena
Lena
10 years ago

Emmy jaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan you are the best. We are with you, best wishes. You are the winner. We love both you and your song.

Jor
Jor
10 years ago

Armenia is number 1……..Go boom boom go ARTHUR ABRAHAM