First Runner-Up: Slovenia’s Maja Keuc

As of April 21, Wiwi’s readers had cast 1,493 votes to determine who will win the first-semi final at Eurovision 2011, and 878 votes to determine who will win the second semi-final. Here’s how things stand.

In the first semi-final, all the countries in the Top 10 last week remain there this week. Armenia’s Emmy has increased her lead over second-place Magdalena Tul from 80 votes to a whopping 304 votes. Croatia’s Daria Kenzer (“Celebrate”) is this week’s biggest mover, having jumped from 15th place to 12th. San Marino’s Senit remains in last place.

1. Armenia’s Emmy with “Boom Boom,” 488, 32.69%
2. Poland’s Magdalena Tul with “Jestem,” 184, 12.32%
3. Hungary’s Kati Wolf with “What About My Dreams?,” 129, 8.64%
4. Azerbaijan’s Ell & Nikki with “Running Scared,” 115, 7.7%
5. Turkey’s Yüksek Sadakat with “Live It Up,” 100, 6.7%
6. Greece’s Loucas Yiorkas feat. Stereo Mike with “Watch My Dance,” 85, 5.69%
7. Norway’s Stella with “Haba Haba,” 83, 5.56%
8. Russia’s Alexey Vorobyov with “Get You,” 44, 2.95%
9. Albania’s Aurela Gaçe with “Feel the Passion,” 41, 2.75%
10. Serbia’s Nina with “Caroban,” 35, 2.34%
11. Switzerland’s Anna Rossinelli with “In Love For A While,” 31, 2.08%
12. Croatia’s Daria Kinzer with “Celebrate,” 28, 1.88%
13. Malta’s Glen Vella with “One Life,” 27, 1.81%
14. Finland’s Paradise Oskar with “Da Da Dam,” 24, 1.61%
15. Georgia’s Eldrine with “One More Day,” 24, 1.61%
16. Iceland’s Sjonni’s Friends with “Coming Home,” 15, 1%
17. Portugal’s Homens da Luta with “Luta é Alegria,” 15, 1%
18. Lithuania’s Evelina Sasenko with “C’est Ma Vie,” 13, 0.87%
19. San Marino’s Senit with “Stand By,” 12, 0.8%

In the second semi-final, Eric Saade remains on top, but his lead is tiny. He has just 12 more votes than second-place Maja Keuc from Slovenia. The “No One” singer has pushed ahead of both Estonia’s Getter Jaani and the Netherland’s 3Js. Ireland’s Jedward have notched up two spots from 10th to 8th. The line-up for the semi-finals remains unchanged from last week, and Moldova’s Zdob si Zdub remains in last place.

1. Sweden’s Eric Saade with “Popular,” 125, 14.24%
2. Slovenia’s Maja Keuc with “No One,” 113, 12.87%
3. The Netherlands’ 3Js with “Never Alone,” 106, 12.07%
4. Estonia’s Getter Jaani with “Rockefeller Street,” 79, 9%
5. Bosnia’s Dino Merlin with “Love in Rewind,” 69, 7.86%
6. Israel’s Dana International with “Ding Dong,” 55, 6.26%
7. Romania’s Hotel FM with “Change,” 50, 5.69%
8. Ireland’s Jedward with “Lipstick,” 48, 5.47%
9. Denmark’s A Friend In London with “New Tomorrow,” 42, 4.78%
10. Slovakia’s TWiiNS with “I’m Still Alive,” 35, 3.99%
11. Ukraine’s Mika Newton with “Angel,” 26, 2.96%
12. Belarus’ Anastasiya Vinnikova with “I Love Belarus,” 22, 2.51%
13. Bulgaria’s Poli Genova with “Na Inat,” 21, 2.39%
14. Austria’s Nadine Beiler with “The Secret Is Love,” 18, 2.05%
14.Latvia’s Musiqq with “Angel in Disguise,” 18, 2.05%
16. Cyprus’ Christos Mylordos with “San aggelos S’agapisa,” 16, 1.82%
17. Belgium’s Witloof Bay with “With Love,” 13, 1.48%
18. F.Y.R. Macedonia’s Vlatko Ilievski with “Rusinka,” 12, 1.37%
19. Moldova’s Zdob Si Zdub with “So Lucky,” 10, 1.14%

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Anne
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Anne

My vote goes to Slovenia! Great voice and dynamic song!
(And my sister has just been there on vacation – she loved it – very green, diversity in nature.)

Anne from Belgium

alik
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alik

EMMY  GO  AND  BOOM  THE  EUROPE YOU  CAN  REALLY  WIN  THIS  YEAR

Micho
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Micho

Majaa gooo ! the best song this year ! she’s got so powerfull voice ! *_*

Jor
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Jor

EMMYYYYYYYYYYYYYY