One week after Eurovision,  fans are suffering from Post Eurovision Depression. But that isn’t the only illness sweeping the nation. Eurovision fever has gripped the masses, as evidenced by today’s UK Singles Chart. A whopping 12 (yes, one dozen!) songs from this year’s Eurovision Song Contest have entered the UK Top 100, as confirmed by the Official Charts Company.

Four of those entries have crept into the Top 40. Sweden’s Sanna Nielsen, who came third with “Undo”, made it to #40. Despite a disappointing result in Copenhagen, Molly is doing the UK proud at #23 with “Children Of The Universe”. Austria’s representative and eventual winner Conchita Wurst rose like a phoenix into spot #17. And “Calm After The Storm”, from runners-up The Common Linnets of The Netherlands, has become the highest-charting Eurovision single in Britain at #9.

Here are the other eight entries to reach the UK Top 100 today.

#46 Basim (Denmark) – “Cliché Love Song”

#70 Pollapönk (Iceland) – “No Prejudice”

#82 Firelight (Malta) – “Coming Home”

#85 Sebalter (Switzerland) – “Hunter of Stars”

#88 Aram MP3 (Armenia) – “Not Alone”

#89 Twin Twin (France) – “Moustache”

#93 Softengine (Finland) – “Something Better”

#97 Carl Espen (Norway) – “Silent Storm”

BONUS: “Rainmaker”, the anthem performed by Emmelie de Forest for this year’s contest, enters the chart at #73.

BONUS #2: Check out how Eurovision artists are doing in the charts from France to Italy to Kazahstan!

Anthony Ko contributed this report from the U.K. Follow him on Twitter at @bjorneo. You can also keep up-to-date with the latest Eurovision news and gossip by liking our Facebook page.

Photo: Eurovision.tv (EBU)

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LEAPerce
LEAPerce
6 years ago

The UK had a HUGE polish population now, like MASSIVE. That is literally the only reason Poland got top in our televote. Actual British people despised it generally from what I’ve heard.

Deven O'Kearney
Deven O'Kearney
7 years ago

Hi Wiwi Bloggs,

How do you join the Wiwibloggs team?

Please reply as soon as possible because I am an avid wiwi blogger in my free time and it would be a great experience. 😀 😀 😀 😀

Scar
Scar
7 years ago

What about Poland? I read that it got #1 on Televotes in the UK but didn’t chart? Hmm..

joey
joey
7 years ago

i’m gonna have to agree with MR. B on this one!!!

Marcelo N
7 years ago

Actually, I think every national of a ESC-country should be celebrating as this is the first time I’ve read about the ESC (I mean, other than the odd Euphoria-related mention) in my entire life (I am from Argentina and I’ve been living in Brazil for 5 years now).
win-win for any ESC-related person 😉
Congrats!

Timselvision
Timselvision
7 years ago

Lol. Still laughing about the fact people saw Calm after the Storm as a “maybe-qualifier” and the WiWiJury ranking it to the bottom. xD

Mr.B
Mr.B
7 years ago

The common linnets are the real winners. Conchita is getting invited everywhere and has to talk about the beard/statement lol thats not what i call a winner. Music wins in the end.

Deven O'Kearney
Deven O'Kearney
7 years ago

Hi Armenian Guy. How’s things? How have you been? It has been a long time with no talk. Well, 9 days. But yeah, I am good. Studying very hard for my exams in 2 weeks time. Well done to your country on coming 4th by the way. As you know, my country did not even make the final I’m afraid. But it was nice to watch it without any fear of coming last (like 2013). I am suffering from PED (Post Eurovision Depression) and I have it pretty bad. But I am trying to cure it as best as possible.… Read more »

Tigran
7 years ago

Aram Mp3-Not Alone
This song is the Best<3

Paul
Paul
7 years ago

The Common Linnets also entered the UK albums chart at #40 which is quite unprecedented for a non-UK Eurovision entry (even Loreen charted at #78)

Fatima
Fatima
7 years ago

I wonder why My S?owianie didn’t make it, considering it won the British televote ? It’s an indication that justice was done when the juries buried it.