Wiwi’s readers have cast a total of 7,193 votes in our poll to determine who will win the first semi-final at Eurovision. In the end, Holland’s Anouk won the day, narrowly edging out Serbia’s Moje 3.

The “Birds” singer dazzled during her rehearsals this week, and seemed completely unfazed by the Eurovision experience during her press conference. When asked how she had prepared for her rehearsal last Thursday she had this to say: “I didn’t. I watched The Killing and I was laying in bed and that was it really.” Anouk earned 1,175 votes or 16.3% of all that were cast.

The women of Moje 3 have had a much more visible presence in Malmö. They took the time to speak with Team Wiwi on Thursday evening, and later hosted us at a Balkan throw-down in a villa outside of town. They finished just 140 votes short of victory in our poll, ending with 1,035 votes or 14.4%.

According to our poll, the other countries advancing to the final are: Denmark, Belarus, Ukraine, Ireland, Austria, Slovenia, Moldova and Cyprus.

Complete Results

Contestants Votes %
1. The Netherlands: Anouk with “Birds” 1,175 16.34%
2. Serbia: Moje 3 with “Ljubav je svuda” 1,035 14.39%
3. Denmark: Emmelie de Forest with “Only Teardrops” 854 11.87%
4. Belarus: Alyona Lanskaya with “Solayoh” 561 7.80%
5. Ukraine: Zlata Ognevich with “Gravity” 481 6.69%
6. Ireland: Ryan Dolan with “Only Love Survives” 443 6.16%
7. Austria: Natália Kelly with “Shine” 412 5.73%
8. Slovenia: Hannah Mancini with “Straight Into Love” 370 5.14%
9. Moldova: Aliona Moon with “A Million” 354 4.92%
10. Cyprus: Despina Olympiou with “An Me Thimase” 310 4.31%
11. Montenegro: Who See with “Ingranka” 294 4.09%
12. Russia: Dina Garipova with “What If” 270 3.75%
13. Croatia: Klapa s Mora with “Mizerja” 182 2.53%
14. Estonia: Birgit Oigemeel with “Et uus saaks alguse” 168 2.34%
15. Belgium: Roberto Bellarosa with “Love Kills” 153 2.13%
16. Lithuania: Andrius Pojavis with “Something” 131 1.82%

Photo Credit: Sander Hesterman (EBU)

You can also read our song reviews on the Wiwi Jury page. Then read the lyrics to this year’s entries on our contestants page. And then vote for your favourite contestants in our various polls.

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7 years ago

@Vlad She is saying if Serbia had qualify, they will be number 10.

thomas wiersma
thomas wiersma
8 years ago

Anouk should keep to basic and show best vocal song… some more ‘birds’ could be added to the performance. Use white balloons and project bids in black and white. Show a pure and beautiful song and confirm with a same show… it will give us a better change for the top 5.

Mirco
Mirco
8 years ago

according to readers- not only the second semi but also the first semi will be win by Azerbaijan :)))) Muahahha

Vlad
Vlad
8 years ago

@Nathalie
You will end up last? What does that even mean?

Sally
Sally
8 years ago

How manny voices you had to add to Anouk, so she’d beat Moje 3?

SQFan
SQFan
8 years ago

I love both Lithuania and Estonia, and find them both quite underrated this year (although they often are EVERY year), quite possibly the biggest underrated performances. They truly deserve to qualify – the lyrics are meaningful, and the vocals are spot on for the type of song. I just can’t understand why fans were crazy for Estonia 2011 (a generic pop song about Manhattan) and good entries get overlooked. That’s Eurovision I guess. I hope the fans get it right 3 years in a row, and Lithuania qualify – Estonia too!

Nathalie
8 years ago

I’m quite disappointed because I love Lithuania’s song most, and it’s probably the only decent song in this list.

Serbia won’t qualify, or if it does I will end up last