Wer wird gewinnen Unser Song für Malmö? It’s a question all of Germany is asking as twelve contestants prepare to battle it out for a chance to sing at Eurovision. If wiwibloggs’ readers are right, then Cascada, Ben Ivory or Betty Dittrich will come out on top.
Cascada, a staple of dance floors around the world, won our poll in a landslide, capturing 33% of all votes with the song “Glorious”. Many commenters on our site have described the song as “trash”. That may or may not be true. Regardless this just doesn’t sound like a Eurovision song to me. Did her fans skew our poll? Will they be enough to carry this through the German final?
Ben Ivory came second with his song “The Righteous Ones”. It earned 16.5% of all votes. William loves this song, but worries it is too edgy for Eurovision. Regardless it will become an anthem for gays everywhere: “We are the freaks/ We are the queers/ We are the suckers/ We are here….We are the Gods/ We are the stars/ We are the lovers who rule the arts…you can’t deny us. You can’t deny us.”
Betty Dittrich, who has one of the best preview videos we’ve ever seen, came third in our poll with 11.32% of the vote. Her song “Lalala” is a favourite of bloggers and we keeps bumping into people who love it. Perhaps she’s really the one to beat?
In any case, you can see the results of our poll below.
1. Cascada – Glorious 141 votes, 33.25%
2. Ben Ivory – The Righteous Ones 70, 16.51%
3. Betty Dittrich – Lalala 48, 11.32%
4. Blitzkids mvt. – Heart On The Line 34, 8.02%
5. Mia Diekow – Lieblingslied 29, 6.84%
6. Mobilée – Little Sister 24, 5.66%
6. Die Priester feat. Mojca Erdmann – Ave Maris Stella 24, 5.66%
8. Saint Lu – Craving 20, 4.72%
9. Nica & Joe – Elevated 15, 3.54%
10. LaBrassBanda – Nackert 8, 1.89%
11. Söhne Mannheims – One Love 6, 1.42%
12. Finn Martin – Change 5, 1.18%