To win Eurovision you need a killer song and a decent voice. To win Eurovision’s Next Top Model you need a personality that can charm the masses and a body that just won’t quit. The women who bring all of these attributes to the table have a chance chance for a career as an international superstar when their Eurovision glory fades.

On March 27, twenty-nine women entered the House of Wiwi hoping to sashay their way into the finals. But the team at wiwibloggs.com can only afford 14 cans of hairspray and 14 pairs of fake eyelashes. To help us narrow the field our readers have cast a total of 81,730 votes since the poll launched.

During our first elimination we said goodbye to Serbia’s Bojana Stamenov, France’s Lisa Angell, the UK’s Bianca Nicholas and the Czech Republic’s Marta Jandova.

During our second elimination we said sayonara to Slovenia’s Marjetika, Latvia’s Aminata Savadogo, Poland’s Monika Kuszynska, Germany’s Ann Sophie and San Marino’s Anita Simoncini.

It hasn’t always been easy. Some of the women cried, while others threw their shoes at us. But in the world of Eurovision one day you’re in and the next day you’re out. For six more of our contestants, their dream of becoming Eurovision’s Next Top Model ends now.

Twenty mostly attractive women stand before me, but I only have 14 photos in my hands. And these photos represent the 14 of you who are still in the running to become Eurovision’s Next Top Model.

The winner of the semi-finals has earned a staggering 19,805 votes. She knows how to make glasses look sexy and, as she showed us in Riga, doesn’t need the male half of her duo on stage to shine. In her Eurovision 2015 song “This Time” she says she thinks she’s falling in love. Well, baby, Europe is falling in love with you. She’s the winner of the semi-finals of Eurovision’s Next Top Model 2015. She is Lithuania’s Monika Linkyte.

Congratulations, Monika. You’re still in the running to become Eurovision’s Next Top Model 2015.

The runner-up in our semi-finals is a woman who is many things to many people. British newspapers may know her as the girlfriend of a Manchester United footballer, but Eurovision fans know her as the sexy vixen who morphs into a tiger in her official Eurovision video. She’s got legs for miles, a bangin’ body, and the voice of a Spanish angel. She recently sang on the Cinderella soundtrack, and she’s quickly becoming the queen of our hearts. She’s earned 7,074 votes. She is Spain’s Edurne.

Congratulations, Edurne. You’re still in the running to become Eurovision’s Next Top Model 2015.

In third place is a woman who has earned 6,813 votes. Often mistaken for a teenager, this twenty-something has Cover Girl freshness and girl-next-door appeal. Some have compared her costume from Iceland’s national selection to a potato sack or dirty nightgown, but you know what? She still worked it. She’s bringing the heat of Eyjafjallajökul and the voice of Hera Björk. She is Iceland’s María Ólafs.

Congratulations, Maria. You’re still in the running to become Eurovision’s Next Top Model 2015.

I’d love to sing the praises of the other 11 women who have qualified for the final, but it’s late and there is a catfight brewing in the House of Wiwi, so I need to speed this up. The final 11 qualifiers are:

Ireland: Molly Sterling 8.21% (6,712 votes)
Armenia: Tamar Kaprelian (Genealogy) 6.42% (5,246 votes)
Georgia: Nina Sublatti 5.98% (4,887 votes)
Switzerland: Mélanie René 5.21% (4,262 votes)
Malta: Amber Bondin 5.13% (4,193 votes)
Armenia: Stephanie Topalian (Genealogy) 3.9% (3,187 votes)
Armenia: Inga Arshakyan (Genealogy) 3.84% (3,141 votes)
Armenia: Mary-Jean O’Doherty (Genealogy) 3.5% (2,861 votes)
Russia: Polina Gagarina 2.97% (2,431 votes)
Albania: Elhaida Dani 2.33% (1,904 votes)
Norway: Debrah Scarlett 1.37% (1,119 votes)

That means the following six women must immediately pack their belongings and leave the House of Wiwi. Do not steal my towels or I will call the police.

Hungary: Boggie 1.19% (970 votes)
Belarus: Maimuna 1.18% (963 votes)
Portugal: Leonor Andrade 1.17% (956 votes)
Estonia: Elina Born 1.13% (920 votes)
Greece: Maria-Elena Kyriakou 1.07% (872 votes)
The Netherlands: Trijntje Oosterhuis 0.44% (359 votes)

The finals of Eurovision’s Next Top Model 2015 will launch on the evening of Sunday, May 10. Votes will be reset to ZERO and you will have until May 31 — yes, more than a week after Eurovision ends — to make up your mind. We’ve got to give you something to look forward to after the contest. You will be able to look at the women with fresh eyes, taking into account their portfolios, Eurovision rehearsals, and interviews from on-the-ground.

Eurovision’s Next Top Model 2015: Semi-final results

  1. Lithuania: Monika Linkyte 24.23% (19,805 votes)
  2. Spain: Edurne 8.66% (7,074 votes)
  3. Iceland: María Ólafs 8.34% (6,813 votes)
  4. Ireland: Molly Sterling 8.21% (6,712 votes)
  5. Armenia: Tamar Kaprelian (Genealogy) 6.42% (5,246 votes)
  6. Georgia: Nina Sublatti 5.98% (4,887 votes)
  7. Switzerland: Mélanie René 5.21% (4,262 votes)
  8. Malta: Amber Bondin 5.13% (4,193 votes)
  9. Armenia: Stephanie Topalian (Genealogy) 3.9% (3,187 votes)
  10. Armenia: Inga Arshakyan (Genealogy) 3.84% (3,141 votes)
  11. Armenia: Mary-Jean O’Doherty (Genealogy) 3.5% (2,861 votes)
  12. Russia: Polina Gagarina 2.97% (2,431 votes)
  13. Albania: Elhaida Dani 2.33% (1,904 votes)
  14. Norway: Debrah Scarlett 1.37% (1,119 votes)

ELIMINATED WEEK 3

Hungary: Boggie 1.19% (970 votes)
Belarus: Maimuna 1.18% (963 votes)
Portugal: Leonor Andrade 1.17% (956 votes)
Estonia: Elina Born 1.13% (920 votes)
Greece: Maria-Elena Kyriakou 1.07% (872 votes)
The Netherlands: Trijntje Oosterhuis 0.44% (359 votes)

ELIMINATED WEEK 2

Slovenia: Marjetika (Maraaya) [Eliminated Week 2] 0.64% (523 votes)
Poland: Monika Kuszynska [Eliminated Week 2] 0.57% (467 votes)
Latvia: Aminata Savadogo [Eliminated Week 2] 0.57% (463 votes)
Germany: Ann Sophie [Eliminated Week 2] 0.47% (384 votes)
San Marino: Anita Simoncini [Eliminated Week 2] 0.23% (192 votes)

ELIMINATED WEEK 1

Czech Republic: Marta Jandová [Eliminated Week 1] 0.42% (340 votes)
UK: Bianca Nicholas [Eliminated Week 1] 0.33% (270 votes)
France: Lisa Angell [Eliminated Week 1] 0.31% (252 votes)
Serbia: Bojana Stamenov [Eliminated Week 1] 0.19% (164 votes)

Total Votes: 81,730

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Conrad
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Conrad

Amber – Malta the BEST WARRIOR this year!! .. she got everything – great voice must say! proud im maltese

Sebastian
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Sebastian

Monika <3

Giorgos
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Giorgos

I totally agree with the top 3!! I like Monika a lot but I think Edurne is better…
But where is Maria Elena Kyriakou????? Totally unfair she is not in the final!!!

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Giorgios
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Maria Elena Kyriakou should have been in the final. Top 4 or Top 6

Vicente
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Vicente

Oh yes, 1st place for lovely Monika!!! :DDD

Anfrufrafrafra
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Go Edurne!

Paul63
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Paul63

Amber Lovely girl

WhyNot
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WhyNot
Antranig Shokayan
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Edurne should totes win this.

Mario ~ My Vision of Gay Love ~ Polina Ga(y)Ga(y)rina 4 The Win..!
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Mario ~ My Vision of Gay Love ~ Polina Ga(y)Ga(y)rina 4 The Win..!

My own vote 4 Vienna’s EuroVision Next Top Model Will Go To….
POLINA GA(Y)GA(Y)RINA <3 🙂

Thiefo
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With so many gorgeos women this year, at this stage every elimination hurts!

Go Edurne!

Leon
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Leon

Tamar for the win. She’s gorgeous

Lena
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Lena

Fake.. fake.. TAMAR. EDURNE AND NINA TOP 3

Dally
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Dally

TAMAR MUST WIN THE FINAL. GLAD VOTING RESETS TO ZERO

Maltish
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Maltish

Amber <3

paco
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EDURNE,belleza angelical y un cuerpo de infarto,ella es el paquete completo

Easpag
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Easpag

Boggie, Elina and Maimuna all eliminated? Awfully disappointed…