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Since April 27, Wiwi’s readers have cast another 1,164 votes to determine who will win Eurovision 2011. That brings the total number of votes to 5,785.

The top of the leader board remains largely the same, with Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan and the United Kingdom still occupying the top 4 spots.

But they may not stay there for long. Russia’s Alex Sparrow (a.k.a. Alexey Vorobyov) was this week’s biggest mover, jumping all the way from 24th position last week to fifth position today. He’s experienced a similar rise in fortune with the bookies, suggesting that his rehearsals have boosted confidence in his chances of taking Eurovision back to Moscow.

Elsewhere, Ireland’s Jedward have moved from 11th position to 8th; France’s Amaury Vassili has dropped from 10th to 12th; and Germany’s Lena has fallen from 9th to 11th.

Here are the current standings:

1. Turkey’s Yüksek Sadakat with “Live It Up,” 915, 15.82%
2. Armenia’s Emmy with “Boom Boom,” 749, 12.95%
3. Azerbaijan’s Ell & Nikki with “Running Scared,” 520, 8.99%
4. United Kingdom’s Blue with “I Can,” 337, 5.83%
5. Russia’s Alexey Vorobyov with “Get You,” 290, 5.01%
6. Sweden’s Eric Saade with “Popular,” 261, 4.51%
7. Hungary’s Kati Wolf with “What About My Dreams?” 247, 4.27%
8. Ireland’s Jedward with “Lipstick,” 178, 3.08%
9. Poland’s Magdalena Tul with “Jestem,” 172, 2.97%
10. Bosnia’s Dino Merlin with “Love in Rewind,” 170, 2.94%

11. Germany’s Lena with “Taken By A Stranger,” 159, 2.75%
12. France’s Amaury Vassili with “Sognu,” 155, 2.68%
13. Greece’s Loucas Yiorkas feat. Stereo Mike with “Watch My Dance,” 145, 2.51%
14. Estonia’s Getter Jaani with “Rockefeller Street,” 136, 2.35%
15. Slovenia’s Maja Keuc with “No One,” 135, 2.33%

16. Bulgaria’s Poli Genova with “Na Inat,” 119, 2.06%
17. The Netherlands’ 3Js with “Never Alone,” 114, 1.97%
18. Israel’s Dana International with “Ding Dong,” 90, 1.56%
19. Norway’s Stella with “Haba Haba,” 74, 1.28%
20. Albania’s Aurela Gaçe with “Feel the Passion,” 69, 1.19%

21. Denmark’s A Friend In London with “New Tomorrow,” 64, 1.11%
21. Spain’s Lucía Pérez with “Que me quiten lo bailao,” 64, 1.11%
23. Romania’s Hotel FM with “Change,” 58, 1%
24. Latvia’s Musiqq with “Angel in Disguise,” 56, 0.97%
25. Serbia’s Nina with “Caroban,” 55, 0.95%

26. Malta’s Glen Vella with “One Life,” 42, 0.73%
27. Lithuania’s Evelina Sasenko with “C’est Ma Vie,” 35, 0.61%
28. Finland’s Paradise Oskar with “Da Da Dam,” 32, 0.55%
29. Ukraine’s Mika Newton with “Angel,” 31, 0.54%
30. F.Y.R. Macedonia’s Vlatko Ilievski with “Rusinka,” 30, 0.52%

31. Cyprus’ Christos Mylordos with “San aggelos S’agapisa,” 29, 0.5%
31. Iceland’s Sjonni’s Friends with “Coming Home,” 29, 0.5%
31. Portugal’s Homens da Luta with “Luta é Alegria,” 29, 0.5%
34. Slovakia’s TWiiNS with “I’m Still Alive,” 28, 0.48%
34. Switzerland’s Anna Rossinelli with “In Love For A While,” 28, 0.48%

36. Georgia’s Eldrine with “One More Day,” 27, 0.47%
37. Croatia’s Daria Kinzer with “Celebrate,” 25, 0.43%
38. Italy’s Raphael Gualazzi with “Follia d’Amore,” 21, 0.36%
39. Belgium’s Witloof Bay with “With Love,” 17, 0.29%
40. Austria’s Nadine Beiler with “The Secret Is Love,” 16, 0.28%

41. Belarus’ Anastasiya Vinnikova with “I Love Belarus,” 15, 0.26%
42. Moldova’s Zdob Si Zdub with “So Lucky,” 14, 0.24%
43. San Marino’s Senit with “Stand By,” 5, 0.09%

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Kat
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Kat

I hope Russia will win. At first I thought Sweden is the best but than I realized that some of Eric’s moves are the same as Alex’s. sos I support Russia!

Maniac
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Maniac

GREECE reeeee!
THE BEST SONG OF ESC 2011

Chris Painter
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This pool as based on clickers ONLY does not say anything and it is not even worth any further comments. I hope my comment will stay here as the last one.