We’ve known the six finalists in Switzerland’s Die Grosse Entscheidungsshow 2015 for almost a month now, and it’s becoming very clear who your favourites are. As at 21:00 GMT on 5 January, 970 votes had been cast, and it seems y’all are in the mood to sing about love.
Timebelle – “Singing About Love”
Timebelle are the only group in this year’s competition, and so far they’re the only ones gaining any real momentum in our poll. “Singing About Love” is a catchy feel-good song, and it’s clearly wormed its way into your memories. With 422 votes, the band have received 44% of all votes cast, and look to be the fan favourites to represent Switzerland at Eurovision 2015. Melanie René sits in second place with “Time To Shine”, proving that there are at least 309 people who have yet to succumb to “Shine” fatigue. Tiziana and Licia Chery are battling it out for third place, with 79 and 71 votes respectively. Deborah Bough’s 54 votes take her back to five (not 23), while Andy McSean occupies the sixth and final spot, earning a measly 35 votes. Being the sole male in the contest is obviously not a strong enough USP – at least in the eyes of wiwibloggs readers.
Andy McSean “Hey Now”
The Results So Far
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1. Timebelle “Singing About Love” 43.51% (422 votes)
2. Mélanie René “Time To Shine” 31.86% (309 votes)
3. Tiziana “Only Human” 8.14% (79 votes)
4. Licia Chery “Fly” 7.32% (71 votes)
5. Deborah Bough “Take Me Back To 23” 5.57% (54 votes)
6. Andy McSean “Hey Now” 4% (35 votes)
Total Votes: 970
Of course this could all change. There’s still almost four weeks until the poll closes. So go on, vote now! You can vote for as many contestants as you like, but you can only vote ONE time. Be sure to check the box next to every act you want to support before submitting your votes. Voting ends on Friday 30 January at 17:00 CET — just ahead of the final on 31 January.
You can follow all of our Switzerland Eurovision 2015 news here.
Collage Photos: All via the respective artists’ Facebook pages