With the grand final over, it’s no surprise that songs from the class of 2015 are already dominating the iTunes charts of Europe, with some songs even making a global impact. We’ve listed all the contestants who have had a song crack the top 10 in at least one market. We don’t mention every country where an act is charting, nor do we mention every act. You’ll need to visit Eurovision-2015 Tracker to see that the Netherland’s Trijntje is #20 in Tajikistan or that Hungary’s Boggie is #166 in Luxembourg.

Sweden’s Måns Zelmerlöw with “Heroes”

#1 in Netherlands, Norway, Lithuania, Slovenia, Armenia, Austria, Finland, Malta, Ireland, Germany, Sweden, Azerbaijan, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Spain, Estonia, Moldova, Latvia, Romania, Denmark and Poland.

#2 in Israel, Russia, Cyprus, Belgium and Greece.

“Heroes” has also made the top 10 in Belarus, UK, Ukraine, France, Kazakhstan, Australia and the Czech Republic, and charted in 15 other countries.

Måns’ winning entry is making a splash globally, having charted as far afield as New Zealand, Costa Rica, the United Arab Emirates, Colombia and Vietnam.

Russia’s Polina Gagarina with “A Million Voices”

#1 in Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus.

#2 in Moldova.

#4 in Lithuania

#5 in Latvia and Cyprus.

She’s also top 10 in Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Greece, Estonia, Sweden, Denmark and Austria, and charted in 27 other countries.

The world’s people are listening to Polina. The song’s international reach includes Uzbekistan, Mozambique, Luxembourg and Ukraine.

Italy’s Il Volo with “Grande Amore”

#1 in Greece

#2 in Malta

#4 in Austria, Switzerland and Luxembourg

#5 in Italy and Estonia

#6 in Latvia, Belarus, Cyprus and Russia.

The love is also being felt in the top 10 in Slovenia, Finland, the Netherlands, Israel, Lithuania and Sweden, and has charted in 18 other countries.

The sunny Bahamas are enjoying Il Volo – the song is #28 in the Caribbean island nation.

Belgium’s Loïc Nottet with “Rhythm Inside”

#1 in Belgium

#2 in the Netherlands, Austria, Luxembourg and Denmark

#3 in Armenia, Russia, Finland, Sweden, Estonia andKazakhstan

#4 in Belarus, Slovenia, Greece and Romania

#5 in Poland and Germany

The rhythm is also inside the top 10 in Norway, Latvia, Lithuania, Israel and Switzerland, and has charted in 14 other countries.

Like the lyrics say, the song is indeed rolling in the soul down under. It’s charted at #30 in Australia and #133 in New Zealand.

Estonia’s Elina Born & Stig Rästa with “Goodbye to Yesterday”

#2 in Finland, Estonia and Belarus

#3 in Lithuania

#4 in Sweden and Latvia

#5 in Russia, Austria, Vietnam and Greece

#6 in the Netherlands and Slovenia.

Elina and Stig’s performance was also enough to get into the top 10 in Kazakhstan, Poland and Hungary, and it has charted in 18 other countries.

Also making the top 10

Latvia’s Aminata with “Love Injected” #2 in Latvia and Poland, top 10 in four other countries, charting in 24 other countries, #43 in Costa Rica.

Norway’s Mørland & Debrah Scarlett with “A Monster Like Me” #2 in Norway, #6 in Austria and #9 in Belarus, charting in 26 other countries, #103 in the Bahamas.

Australia’s Guy Sebastian with “Tonight Again” #2 in Sweden and Australia, #4 in Denmark and the Netherlands; top 10 in four other countries, charting in 20 other countries, #51 in neighbouring New Zealand.

Israel’s Nadav Guedj with “Golden Boy” #1 in Israel, #10 in Cyprus, charting in 28 other countries.

Slovenia’s Maraaya with “Here For You” #2 in Slovenia, #4 in Finland, #9 in Sweden, #10 in Austria; charting in 20 countries.

Spain’s Edurne with “Amanecer” #4 in Spain, charting in 20 other countries.

Cyprus’ John Karayiannis with “One Thing I Should Have Done” #1 in Cyprus, charting in 18 other countries.

Austria’s The Makemakes with “I Am Yours” #3 in Austria, charting in 17 other countries.

Germany’s Ann Sophie with “Black Smoke” #9 in Estonia, charting in 17 other countries.

Azerbaijan’s Elnur Hüseynov with “Hour of the Wolf” #2 in Azerbaijan, charting in five other countries.

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mawnck
mawnck
6 years ago

Meanwhile, in the USA, crickets …..

eurana
eurana
6 years ago

Estonia was 5th in tele voting. The reason why in good mode in a lot of countries. Well done Stig & Elina

Otna
Otna
6 years ago

So happy for Loic <3 Great job to everyone else too <3

xxxxJosheey17xxxx
xxxxJosheey17xxxx
6 years ago

Austria is really in Eurovision Mood 😀

Luigi
Luigi
6 years ago

Just because u do better in the charts doesn’t mean your the better song. Just saying it’s easy for rihanna get a number one than greenday. Its all about being in the right genre. Swedens was chart friendly but best song in Eurovision isn’t right. I find it overrated to the song is a actually rubbish when u compare it to David Gueatta and the charts.

Johnmed
Johnmed
6 years ago

Italy’s il volo RULES. Watch for their concerts worldwide. Thumbs up! The most successful group after abba. I swear.

Anfrufrafrafra
6 years ago

D, it proves that people listen to the wining song even if they haven’t seen the contest lol.

D
D
6 years ago

This just proves that Sweden is the right winner

BunnyC
BunnyC
6 years ago

It just shows how underrated Estonia is 🙁

Gil
Gil
6 years ago

And the italian song is in charts from Sanremo, february 2015.

Fire
Fire
6 years ago

Italy performed in a boring and weak second half, and managed to wrap it up with grande moda, but it could have been the reverse if the running order was different.

R
R
6 years ago

And people say it’s a fluke that he won. Here’s the proof that people actually like it musically, all politics etc aside.

davve
davve
6 years ago

Måns is the king of ESC 2015.

confident win..