The wait is over! After months of national selection shows, and two semi-finals, twenty seven acts will battle it out in the grand final of Eurovision 2015 at 21:00 CET tonight. To help you through the show we’ve pulled together a country-by-country guide to all the action. Consider it our pre-recorded commentary. For each song, we provide a brief overview of the act as well as the final results from our fan poll, our Wiwi Jury reviews, and the latest odds from the betting agencies.

EUROVISION 2015: GRAND FINAL PREVIEW

SLOVENIA: MARAAYA “HERE FOR YOU”

Memorable lyrics: “When you’re down, down low, sinking in the undertow”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: The duo have branded themselves very well, but the glue holding the package together is their song. ‘Here For You’ is a breath of fresh air in this year’s competition, and Slovenia’s best ever effort. It’s fun, upbeat, and catchier than a cold. (Sopon)

Negative: Not to burst bubbles and bring everyone abruptly crashing down to Terra Firma, but this leaves me wanting to hit someone, not the dance floor. The vocal is nasal, the air violinist bizarre and the song a convoluted mess. (Angus)

Fan poll ranking: 9 Wiwi Jury ranking: 7 Bookies ranking: 12 

Overall ranking: 11

FRANCE: LISA ANGELL ““N’oubliez Pas”

Memorable lyrics: “I am here tonight in the middle of these ruins in order to talk about hope and to sing about life”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: Every time Lisa sings, and Angell gets its wings. I adore this diva from the French Riviera. She oozes natural soul, but not in an over-the-top pop star way. Her authenticity shines through and when she sings “I am here” I am feeling every note. One of the most powerful — and underrated — songs of the year. (William)

Negative: Remember the last time France sent a middle-aged lady with way too much class for a show meant for cheese? They got eighth place, of course! So what’s the difference between Patricia Kaas and Lisa Angell? Patricia’s song was dramatic, intense, and had us on the edge of our sofas. Lisa’s is something I would go to a run-down café to hear. Last year’s “Moustache” was fun and enjoyable. This is boring. (Sopon)

Fan poll ranking: 24 Wiwi Jury ranking: 20 Bookies ranking: 22

Overall ranking: 22

Israel: Nadav Guedj “Golden Boy”

Memorable lyrics: “And before I leave, let me show you Tel Aviv.”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: It’s a song in at least three parts — and I love all of them. It’s cheeky without being a joke, and, owing to clever production and changing instrumentation, the gag doesn’t get old. Ultimately this song is about freedom and the right to live and to love. J’adore! (William)

Negative: No, no, no. I really cannot stand this song – it’s like all the worst male songs from noughties Eurovision crushed into one. It’s a self-serving mess of genres and doesn’t succeed at any of them, with the chorus being the worst culprit. (Chris)

Fan poll ranking: 16 Wiwi Jury ranking: 17 Bookies ranking: 13

Overall ranking: 14

Estonia: Elina Born & Stig Rasta “Goodbye to Yesterday”

Memorable lyrics: “Why didn’t you wake me up, I’m pretty sure I would have told you to stop”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: Unlike most other Eurovision duets, this one has a real story and I’m sure some people can relate to it. The last time Estonia won the contest, they brought one of the worst winners of this decade. This time they could produce one of the best. (Sami)

Negative: Every live performance I’ve seen presents Stig and Elina as two entertainers at work, with no sense that they are the troubled lovers of the lyrics. They’re not ex-lovers in real life, but on stage they need to act like it. (Robyn)

Fan poll ranking: 7  Wiwi Jury ranking: 1  Bookies ranking: 6

Overall ranking: 2

United Kingdom: Electro Velvet “Still In Love With You”

Memorable lyrics: “You’re bound to get sneezes or nasty diseases”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: I am in love with this song! The roaring 20s-electro-fusion is everything that is great about Eurovision. I know the song has caused some controversy…..Okay A LOT of controversy, but whatever….Electro Velvet are in my Top 5 regardless of what happens in Vienna. And Alex simply MUST do the Louis Armstrong impression on stage! All in all….much love and respect from me. Go UK! (Kristin)

Negative:  The song is the problem. It’s awful. The production is cheap, the lyrics are borderline misogynistic, and the melody is like something created by Don Draper. The UK seem to be stuck in some awful cycle, where everytime they take a step forward they take a huge leap back – Jessica Garlick to Jemini, Jade Ewen to Josh Dubovie, Blue to Englebert. Something’s gotta give. (Padraig)

Fan poll ranking: 13  Wiwi Jury ranking: 25 Bookies ranking: 18

Overall ranking: 15

Armenia: Genealogy “Face the Shadow”

Memorable lyrics: “Cross the ocean of blues, happy you’ll be, once you’ve risen you are meant to be free”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: It’s dramatic and powerful, and it brings together voices so distinct it shouldn’t work — but does. It’s in a genre of its own at Eurovision this year. I’ll face the shadow so long as Armenia is singing! (William)

Negative: In practice, the supergroup doesn’t always work. The different vocal styles sometimes clash and it starts sounding like a hastily produced charity single. (Deban)

Fan poll ranking: 12  Wiwi Jury ranking: 14 Bookies ranking: 23

Overall ranking: 16

Lithuania: Monika & Vaidas “This Time”

Memorable lyrics: “One kiss and you’ll see what you’ve missed”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: Well isn’t this delightful! Finally a duo that aren’t plotting each other’s funeral. Vaidas and Monika are wonderful, their chemistry is infectious and the vocals are spot-on. ‘This Time’ is three minutes of feel-good, heart-warming fun, something we’re running rather low on this year. (Padraig)

Negative: They’re feeling love, but I definitely am not. This feel-good number gets boring after 40 seconds, and the repetition of luh-uh-uhve becomes incredibly grating. (William)

Fan poll ranking: 17 Wiwi Jury ranking: 16 Bookies ranking: 21

Overall ranking: 19

Serbia: Bojana Stamenov “Beauty Never Lies”

Memorable lyrics: “Beauty never lies, never hides, never gives a damn! Beauty never lies, no, it cries ‘Here I am!'”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: What an amazing song from Serbia! I think the Serbian language for this song was better, but I generally don’t care about the text. Regardless, it slays in English too. There is so much power in this song, and I think Bojana will deliver a great live performance in Vienna. I just love it. (Sinan)

Negative: To begin with, ditching Serbian for English was a bad decision. It is not always necessary to make Europe understand the lyrics, especially if your lyrics aren’t absolutely amazing or don’t make sense. (Bogdan)

Fan poll ranking: 21  Wiwi Jury ranking: 19  Bookies ranking: 7

Overall ranking: 15

Norway: Mørland & Debrah Scarlett “A Monster Like Me”

Memorable lyrics: “Just wave and say goodbye and let you live, without a monster like me”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: The song is beautifully structured and the instrumental bridge before the final chorus is one of the highlights of the entire contest. The two have wonderful chemistry on stage…I can see Norway returning to the top once again. (Chris)

Negative: A song this dramatic needs to have very precise staging, and care needs to be taken not to lose focus during the instrumental section. (Robyn)

Fan poll ranking: 8 Wiwi Jury ranking: 3 Bookies ranking: 8

Overall ranking: 4

Sweden: Måns Zelmerlöw “Heroes”

Memorable lyrics: “We are the heroes of our time, but we’re dancing with the demons in our mind”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: He’s been attacked for being a runaway favourite with the bookies, accused of musical plagiarism and slammed for his screens but kept on walking. That makes Måns and “Heroes” all the more heroic in my eyes. Vocally superb, beyond catchy and a standout from the field, I sincerely hope this will be lucky number six for Sweden. (Angus)

Negative: Despite finding Måns exceptionally charismatic and an accomplished singer and performer, the song remains as banal and dated as I found it two months ago. I would be so disappointed if Sweden won because there are way more original and worthy songs in competition. (Bogdan)

Fan poll ranking: 5 Wiwi Jury ranking: 2 Bookies ranking: 1

Overall ranking: 1

Cyprus: John Karayiannis “One Thing I Should Have Done”

Memorable lyrics: “I didn’t do everything for you, but I tried so hard and that’s the truth”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: I was initially rather dismissive of ‘One Thing I Should Have Done’. But give it a chance and you’ll discover some real depth. Because quite frankly, the song is heartbreaking! (Padraig)

Negative: There’s something to be said for starting out with a bang, and then there’s not really even trying at all. This is so dreadfully boring, it may put the entire sleeping pill industry out of business. There is absolutely no tempo change or variety. It’s just a boring guy who means well singing a painfully dull song. (Francheska)

Fan poll ranking: 27 Wiwi Jury ranking: 27 Bookies ranking: 17

Overall ranking: 25

Australia: Guy Sebastian “Tonight Again”

Memorable lyrics: “Do whatchya whatchya whatchya want”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: Well done, Wizard of Oz! Guy Sebastian’s song is simply infectious, richly layered and dance-tastic, and his voice is undeniably stellar. Europe should be spellbound by Australia’s entry and I wouldn’t be surprised if it won Eurovision. Regardless of the producers’ choice for the running order, I agree with Guy when he sings, “This is one tough act to follow.” (Bogdan)

Negative: The first time I heard “Tonight Again” I was unmoved and wanted to get back to the Neighbours omnibus. I just don’t like this style of music. He’s got the swagger, the soul and the voice to turn an OK song into a great one. I’m not convinced it deserves to win. (William)

Fan poll ranking: 12 Wiwi Jury ranking: 11 Bookies ranking: 5

Overall ranking: 12

Belgium: Loïc Nottet “Rhythm Inside”

Memorable lyrics: “Be you enemy or lover, we are put here to discover, the heart that beats within each other”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: Loic is tres cool, his vocals are eerie and spot-on at the same time, and he perfectly blends artistry and pop catchiness. And I melt a little bit every time I hear him say, “I’m gonna get that rhythm back.” (Francheska)

Negative: The arty video and visual direction is refreshing. However, underneath it all, I find the composition rather slap dash, and devoid of soul. (Deban)

Fan poll ranking: 10  Wiwi Jury ranking: 4 Bookies ranking: 4

Overall ranking: 3

Austria: The Makemakes “I Am Yours”

Memorable lyrics: “You’re a lesson that I love learning”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive:  I really quite like The Makemakes and they’re a safe, solid band with a safe, solid song. The song as a whole isn’t memorable, but the chorus sticks with you and I can’t see Austria being embarrassed in the final with this. (Chris)

Negative: As with so many acts this year, The Makemakes have been lumbered with a song that’s beneath them. “I Am Yours” is a safe bet for the home country. It’s credible and there’s no way in hell that it’s going to win. But we’ve heard this busker/singer/songwriter schtick so many times before. The song is beyond derivative. Which is a real shame, especially when you consider that this is the same group that gave us the fabulously funky “Million Euro Smile”. (Padraig)

Fan poll ranking: 25  Wiwi Jury ranking: 26 Bookies ranking: 24

Overall ranking: 27

Greece: Maria-Elena Kyriakou “One Last Breath”

Memorable lyrics: “I’m begging you take me wherever you have gone, come back and save me”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: Hellenic history lesson: Ancient Greece gave birth to the tragedy! Maria Elena Kyriakou has found the song to express her voice and the melodrama of her message is difficult to resist. It is refreshing to see Greece not hiding behind a gimmick this year. (Angus)

Negative: Greece, where are you? Where is the overrated dance-pop diva that you bring almost every year? Or at least some mustachioed men in kilts?…This is a new low for Greece — it’s as if Portugal sent an entry completely in English. Dreadfully slow and boring, with a lackluster buildup, I’m more than seriously worried about Greece’s chances for qualifying this year. (Sopon)

Fan poll ranking: 14  Wiwi Jury ranking: 23 Bookies ranking: 16

Overall ranking: 17

Montenegro: Knez “Adio”

Memorable lyrics: “Rosemary has blossomed, white lily has bent, everything smells like sorrow”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: Magical folklore driven by a spectacularly scenic music video, ‘Adio’ has a quality mark boldly stamped on it. Its prime Knez delivers a compelling performance. (Deban)

Negative: The instrumental opening is nice and peaceful, but then Knez enters and everything goes pear-shaped. Different parts of the song could make songs in their own right, but together it’s a big mess. (William C)

Fan poll ranking: 26 Wiwi Jury ranking: 21 Bookies ranking: 27

Overall ranking: 26

Germany: Ann Sophie “Black Smoke”

Memorable lyrics: “When you call me baby, what’s that supposed to mean”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: Co-written by English chart topper Ella Eyre, “Black Smoke” would have been the perfect UK entry for the likes of Duffy or The Noisettes. Britain’s loss is Germany’s gain. After last year’s misfire, the land of Lena has upped its game with this sassy stomper of a tune. Retro without feeling dated, it injects some much needed attitude into the 2015 contest. In retrospect the country should be thankful for the twist of fate which sent Ann Sophie to Vienna. (Padraig)

Negative: Had “Black Smoke” been assigned to a different singer, it may have taken flight. However, Ann Sophie’s voice lacks the fullness and required temperature necessary to cook this track right. Furthermore, she is rather wooden, thus marking another nail in the coffin. She should simply treat Vienna as a holiday. (Deban)

Fan poll ranking: 19 Wiwi Jury ranking: 12 Bookies ranking: 26

Overall ranking: 21

Poland: Monika Kuszynska “In the Name of Love”

Memorable lyrics: “I wanna tell you it’s gonna be better, you’ve got a greatness within you”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: I think her voice is amazing, that the video is beautiful, and that lyrics are just flawless. Our song is perfect, even if only a few people will see it. Monika is fighting for the win. (Marek)

Negative: I applaud her for choosing a song that speaks to her personal story — overcoming a tragic car accident — and for giving perseverance and hope a beat that many will sway to. That said, the song itself is somewhat dull and forgettable. Monika is my girl, but “In the Name of Love” is not. (William)

Fan poll ranking: 22 Wiwi Jury ranking: 22 Bookies ranking: 25

Overall ranking: 24

Latvia: Aminata “Love Injected”

Memorable lyrics: “Your love, revives my soul and I know you’ll choose it whole overall”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: Aminata knows who she is and she ain’t changing for nobody. Rather than forcing herself to fit with Eurovision, she’s pushing the contest forward with her distinct, other-worldy sound. “Love Injected” showcases power and restraint in equal measure, and Aminata is so avant-garde she makes Margaret Berger seem pedestrian. The chorus explodes like a nuclear bomb, and her Amazon-inspired dance moves could disarm the most aggressive tribesman. Take note, Europe. A star is born. (William)

Negative: It’s a horrible song. I don’t like her voice, and this song is going nowhere. She may be a nice person, but this competition is not about personalities. If I had a choice, she wouldn’t be in the grand final. (Judit)

Fan poll ranking: 20 Wiwi Jury ranking: 9 Bookies ranking: 9

Overall ranking: 13

Romania: Voltaj “De la capat”

Memorable lyrics: “Life is not a rehearsal, don’t look back, you may lose what you dream”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: Stirring, powerful and vocally on-point, this is a performance with a message and I’m loving it. I preferred the 100% Romanian version, but the fact that they’ve slotted in some English doesn’t really matter. This song makes you feel something instantly and keeps my attention the entire time. (William)

Negative: Can we please send Voltaj back to 2003? This style of soft-rock was fine then, but times have moved on. The sound, the look – everything is past its sell-by. The only place this song is going to is Snoozeville. So what if it’s got a “message”? There are far worthier entries this year, the bulk of which don’t send to me to sleep. (Padraig)

Fan poll ranking: 18  Wiwi Jury ranking: 18 Bookies ranking: 20

Overall ranking: 20

Spain: Edurne “Amanecer”

Memorable lyrics: “EEEieEEO EEEieEEO”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: When Edurne sings “Amanecer” it makes me believe in God. This song has a spiritual quality that hints at something bigger than us, and it resonates across continents and time. It evokes a tribal feel and would no doubt have appealed to our ancestors on the hunt, just as it appeals to today’s pop enthusiasts. This is unique in the competition yet universal in its feel. Delivered by a Spanih pop princess, I can only say, “All hail!” (William)

Negative: At this stage, “Amanecer” isn’t actually doing a lot for me. I can appreciate it in theory, but when I listen to it, I’m left feeling unmoved. All the ingredients are there for amazing, but it just isn’t working. However, I’m not going to write it off yet. There is a very distinct possibility that it will spark to life during the grand final, much like “Quédate conmigo” did in Baku. Until then, I’m cautious but optimistic. (Robyn)

Fan poll ranking: 4  Wiwi Jury ranking: 5 Bookies ranking: 11 

Overall ranking: 6

Hungary: Boggie “Wars for Nothing”

Memorable lyrics: “Do you know our earth is a mess? All the wars for nothing, it never ends”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: I am a sucker for sentimental songs and Boggie nailed it. Her A Dal performance was amazing, with a woman watching her world struggle with itself. The more she sings, the more people start singing together with her. (Mike)

Negative: What a buzzkill. I appreciate the sentiment of the song, but it’s delivered in such a serious, heavy-handed and – worst of all – boring way. And it doesn’t even come close to showcasing Boggie’s talents. (Robyn)

Fan poll ranking: 23  Wiwi Jury ranking: 24 Bookies ranking: 19

Overall ranking: 23

Georgia: Nina Sublatti “Warrior”

Memorable lyrics: “Fighter, oximated, world’s gonna get up and see”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: If I ran into this Gothic diva in a dark alley, I’d give her all my money as long as she promised to sing to me. She’s got soulful vocals that work well with this song about female empowerment. Part Janis Joplin and part Elvira, she had me hooked within seconds. At the national final I hated the bridge — she sounded like a cat giving birth. But her thoughtful revamp has turned that kitty into a tiger who roars with the best of them. (William)

Negative: If you don’t have anything nice to say, then don’t say anything at all. I really don’t understand why people like this – it’s an ok song maybe but for me it’s nothing special. She may exude personal strength, but I don’t feel the strength in her voice, song or message. It’s dark but it’s too much. (Patrick)

Fan poll ranking: 1  Wiwi Jury ranking: 10 Bookies ranking: 14

Overall ranking: 8

Azerbaijan: Elnur Huseynov “Hour of the Wolf”

Memorable lyrics: “No I won’t sleep tonight, if tomorrow comes I’ll lose my mind”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: The search for love and fulfilment defines the human experience. It’s also what drives “Hour of the Wolf”. Over the course of three minutes Elnur uses his smokey vocals and rather impressive register to tell the story of his personal reckoning with loneliness and hurt. In the video, momentary glimpses of women from his past remind us that relationships may die, but their ghosts live on. Meditative and moving, grand yet intimate, this song is more poetry than pop. Beware of wolves. If Elnur is any indicator, they’ll take a bite out of your heart. (William)

Negative: It lacks the punch of past Azeri entries and most closely resembles “Start a Fire” in its emphasis on steadily building to a climax. This doesn’t stand out from the crowd and Azerbaijan will have to fight hard to make it out of its semi-final again. (Angus)

Fan poll ranking: 4 Wiwi Jury ranking: 3 Bookies ranking: 10

Overall ranking: 9

Russia: Polina Gagarina “A Million Voices”

Memorable lyrics: “Praying for peace and healing, I hope we can start again”

What the Wiwi Jury said: 

Positive: The song is really good, Polina has an amazing voice and the video clip looks fantastic, so there’s no reason to hate this just because of the country she’s born in. She deserves a really high placing. (Denise)

Negative: It’s the typical made-for-Eurovision crap that will now get votes from Belarus, Azerbaijan and the like, and I am sick of it. (Bogdan)

Fan poll ranking: 6  Wiwi Jury ranking: 15  Bookies ranking: 2

Overall ranking: 7

Albania: Elhaida Dani “I’m Alive””

Memorable lyrics: “I know you’ll come, with the speed of light, you’re my everything, all that I need.”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: Elhaida’s vocal is ON POINT and, paired with a catchy mid-tempo tune, this song was born for the top of the scoreboard. I’d love for this to match or beat Rona from 2012 – the song is that great! Elhaida is all that I need, she’s my everything. (Josh)

Negative: “I’m Alive” fails to touch me exactly because it’s very radio friendly. I hear this kind of music on the Romanian radios all the time and I don’t feel any emotion when I hear it. I am impressed with Elhaida’s voice, but that’s about it. (Bogdan)

Fan poll ranking: 2  Wiwi Jury ranking:8  Bookies ranking: 18

Overall ranking: 10

Italy: Il Volo “Grande Amore”

Memorable lyrics: “The sweet scent of her skin, it’s a voice within that is bringing me where the sun arises”

What the Wiwi Jury said:

Positive: I adore this song. It would be a perfect winner for the 60th anniversary of Eurovision, thanks to its timeless quality. It is both minimalistic and grand, sensuous and overly romantic — exactly what you would expect from three Italian pop opera singers. Moreover, Il Volo are unquestionably charismatic and telegenic, and whoever watched Sanremo knows that the guys can deliver a flawless performance. (Bogdan)

Negative: Italy is a nation with rich history and you would expect them to learn from it too. Judging by the selection of Il Volo, though, it looks like Italy needs schooling. So here’s a li’l history lesson: In 2011 everyone thought a Big 5 country was going to cruise to victory with popera. France bombed on the night and Italy will too. “Grande Amore” lacks progression and, like “Sognu” before it, presumes that just the fact of being in opera is enough to make the song remarkable. It is lazy, uninspired and will fall flat. (Angus)

Fan poll ranking: 3  Wiwi Jury ranking: 13 Bookies ranking: 3

Overall ranking: 5

Review of the jury final

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Here comes Cyprus! This might clinch it for Sweden!

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Good sports, Italy! 10 for Russia and 12 for Sweden. Good sports, both of them (ITA/RUS).

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I’m shocked! Russia 8 pts. for Sweden and 12 for Italy! Bravo!

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OH, SHIT! This just got real! Lithuania 0 pts. for Russia!

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You can hear them chanting. They want Mans to win BAD! He needs distance from Polina or it’s over.

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6:28 P.M. in NYC: I think Sweden just lost it with on the Austrian vote.

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6:18 P.M. in NYC, and after 19 countries (actually, I thought this would be the case after 10), and I think it’s going to be Moscow or St. Petersburg next year.

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So many discussions about winners…Sweden in top, or Spain…or Italy…
I loved from the very start Azerbaijan and even if I felt sympathy towards other performers, my VOTE is only for wolf! Elnur! #24!

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Watching TVE (Spain)’s preview coverage and they’re discussing Mans’ plagiarism claims, hahaha!! I live in NYC but got TVE International.

Annie
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Belgium will win !! 🙂 I hope Armenia does good as well

Anfrufrafrafra
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Spain or Albania!

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My favourites for tonight are Sweden, Russia, Italy, Georgia and Norway. I hope one of them wins 🙂

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By watching the startingorder of the voting countries tonight I can see that Sweden has a strong chance to win.

basically every country in the second half of the voting order are countries that gives sweden high points.

gooo sweden

paco
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Amanecer

mike
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Go Albania. Nice song.
12 points from UK.

emre
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Vincent austria was fav last year before start of the show. 50/1 before semi. After semi dropped to 9/1. Dropped below 3.50 thru start of show

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I love Elhaida. Her voice is back and I think she will nail tonight.
Go Albania

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I think GEORGIA will win. They really have amazing song with a beautiful artist! Good luck Nina!

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@Migena I saw the video. The dress is good but still dark. Her voice is great. She is the winner for me. I don’t know what the others think but I really like it and in my opinion this is the best song this year.

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My top 5 list
Spain
Albania
Estonia
Italy
Germany

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Migena

For all Elhaida’s fans the video of final rehearsal 
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_Xl5sOOyPPw&feature=share
I wish all the best to my country

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@Daniel you forget to say that she change her dress. Hahaha. Again dark lol but it is better. Her voice is really back and she nailed in the rehearsal.

Daniel
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Albanian song is great. I love this song. She lose points in live performance. I dont know if had had any problem with her voice but studio version is better. I hear the rehearsal for Grand Final and it looks better then before. Her voice is back. I think albanian should win this year. It is their best chance. They never had a song like this and i dont think they will have a better song. Lol

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This is the first time in many years when I don’t have a clear favourite. My top 3 would be (in random order): Latvia, Italy and Spain.

Anthony
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Anthony

Måns’ anti-gay remarks in Swedish media earlier this year followed by ‘I might be going out with a guy now that I’ve arrived in Vienna’ are simply too obvious – a Faustian act only to win votes with a soulless song and increasingly robotic design. And lyrics? What lyrics? It’s mockery what with Australia, Norway, Cypros and Italy walking the same stage.

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Wiwi jury is a joke. Italy 13th??!! Lol

George
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I think this is the best final of all times,as this year was is the best in quality of songs, imo. I almost like every single song in this final. Only Hungary, Cyprus, Uk and Romania are a bit…well I don’t like them
Whatever. Good luck to all the countries. (except Sweden of course!!!)
I want Latvia to win.Or Spain. Or Italy.Or Slovenia. Really, everything but Sweden, I’m OK with

EUROFAN MEXICO
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JA JA SE LES VA ADAR LA VUELTA, TOP 3 ISRRAEL RUSSIA Y ESPAÑA

tata
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Good luck everybody

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What sites esckaz said about Spain in juries final
21. I have a suspicion that SPAIN decided to use every sing possibility to use as many effects and tricks as possible. Too many things are going on the stage. But I believe she has a strong voice. Sorry, Spain, but you probably will be one of the last ones.

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Azerbaijan and Norway were both no.3 in the Wiwi Jury?

Howard Wachtel
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So WiWiBloggs ranked both U.K. and Serbia 15th, and nobody 18th. I guess in Eurovision nobody cares about numbers higher than 10.

Antranig Shokayan
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Gooooooo Belgium!

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Telmo oikotimes.com, eurovisioireland.net, eurosong.hr Here are coments from eurovisonireland.net for Spain 21 – SPAIN At the risk of being lynched by the Spanish media surrounding me that was a whole lot of nothingness from Spain. Edurne looks like she is auditioning for Harry Potter while she crouches down and pretends to cast a spell on us all. Accidental last place. It sounds like a rejected Loreen song from 2012 before she found ‘Euphoria’ Comment for Spain from oikotimes 21. SPAIN I wasn’t up and down with this one in the rehearsals: in the first attempt I was amazed, in the… Read more »

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Mar

My main favourites for the win tomorrow are Sweden, Spain, Italy and Belgium. I think Mans is the most likely winner because of various factors: good draw, the best staging I’ve ever seen in ESC, great song of the most popular genre at the moment, solid vocals and showmanship. My undisputed #1 is Italy, love everything about it. I would be beyond happy and exited if Il Volo won. If Spain wins, I’ll probably be able to go see the show live next year, since I have family in Spain. To see a song in spanish win the contest after… Read more »

Telmo
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Telmo

@PP can you share the sites, please?

PP
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PP

My prediction after read juries dress rehearsal review from many sites and random order , diaspora, neighbours…
1.Sweden
2.Azerbaijan
3.Italy
4.Belgium
5.Russia
6.Estonia
7.Norway
8.Serbia
9.Latvia
10.Australia
11.Georgia
12.Armenia
13.Cyprus
14.Israel
15.Slovenia
16.Montenegro
17.Greece
18.Albania
19.Romania
20.Lithuania
21.France
22.Poland
23.Hungary
24.Spain
25.Austria
26.United Kingdom
27.Germany

PP
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PP

On many eurovision sites, many who watch live jury dress rehearsal said that Spain wili be in trouble and no one predict high position for Spain, almost everyone predict for Spain place from 20 to 27 place in final.

Andrew
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Andrew

I think Hungary might come out strong. It’s a very ballady ballad, but I really like it. Georgia and Cyprus imo are also quite good. I think the winner will be Sweden, Belgium, Australia, possibly Italy, or one of the ones I mentioned earlier. I like Spain too.

abedull
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abedull

I think Spain will outstanding among many ballads and some copies.
Edurne sings like an angel, looks like a godness and dance like a queen.
Everything at the same time. Song is epic. Staging majestic

Anfrufrafrafra
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I would be so glad to host the contest here in spain, it’s my dream afterall.

candycam
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candycam

Great cover girl! Go Edurne

Mitchelvaneijk
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@vincent Austria was second/thirth wit The Netherlands

eurofan
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eurofan

With no doubt Spain is the dark horse of this year
Ieieeeeeeeo

lump_br
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lump_br

I like Sweden, but they have sent better songs , as Sanna’s Undo, that in my opinion is waaay better. I mean, Sweden has potential to send killer songs, and I think that heroes is just a good song. It won’t be unfair if it wins ,but it will not be the best of Sweden.
It would be awesome if Belgium, Latvia or Italy win. I’d love to see an eurovision in these countries. Let’s see!

davve
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davve

I KNOW sweden will win tomorrow.

Good luck sweden. best song best performance.

LCc
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LCc

Sweden for the win!!!

Vincent
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I think Spain will surprise us tomorrow night, I am pretty sure of that.
Italy and Sweden are both nice songs but they would be top 10.
Just remember that Austria (last year) was on 10th place in ODDSCHECKERS on the same day of the final and it wasn’t a fav for winning.
In saying that….. this is Eurovision, so you can never tell.