Austria’s Conchita Wurst stormed to victory last year in Copenhagen and now it’s time to choose her successor. The bookies have their favourites—you can check out the latest odds here—but who do you want to see walk away with the microphone-shaped trophy at Eurovision 2015?
Can Sweden’s Måns Zelmerlöw — and his digital projection screen for “Heroes” — live up to the hype? Will the men of Italy’s Il Volo — that’s Piero, Ignazio and Gianluca — make you fall in love with “Grande Amore”? Will Estonia’s Elina & Stig — who play the part of pained lovers so well — say “Goodbye to Yesterday” and hello to a win? Can Slovenia’s husband-wife duo Maraaya enchant with their number “Here for You”? And will Australia’s Guy Sebastian have all y’all wanting to relieve “Tonight Again” on the night of the final? We’ve got a lot of questions, and we need y’all to help give us some answers…
You can listen to all 40 Eurovision songs on our contestants page. Then vote in our poll below. 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 May 22 at 17:00 CET—just ahead of the Grand Final on May 23.
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WHO WILL WIN EUROVISION 2015?
Armenia: Genealogy with “Face the Shadow”
Austria: The MakeMakes with “I Am Yours”
Azerbaijan: Elnur Huseynov with “Hour of the Wolf”
Belarus: Uzari & Maimuna with “Time”
Cyprus: Giannis Karagiannis with “One Thing I Should Have Done”
Finland: Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät with “Aina mun pitää”
Greece: Maria-Elena Kyriakou with “One Last Breath”
Israel: Nadav Guedj with “Golden Boy”
Italy: Il Volo with “Grande Amore”
Latvia: Aminata Savadogo with “Love Injected”
Lithuania: Monika & Vaidas with “This Time”
Moldova: Eduard Romanyuta with “I Want Your Love”
Montenegro: Knez with “Adio”
Norway: Mørland & Debrah Scarlett with “A Monster Like Me”
Poland: Monika Kuszynska with “In the Name of Love”
Romania: Voltaj with “De La Capat”
Russia: Polina Gagarina with “A Million Voices”
Serbia: Bojana Stamenov with “Ceo svet je moj” (The Whole World is Mine)
Slovenia: Maraaya with “Here for You”
Spain: Edurne with “Amanecer”