Malta ditched the projection dress, Bosnia and Herzegovina slipped into robotic costumes and Iceland went back to their original staging from the country’s national selection. And that was just three countries out of the eighteen that took to the stage on May 6 for their second rehearsals of the first semi final. We asked you guys who you thought had the best rehearsal of the day. After counting a whopping 8,341 votes, we can now reveal that you thought Iveta Mukuchyan from Armenia stole the show.

Iveta fills every inch of the stage with sass and grace. She rocks a delicious body suit showing off her amazing legs and slays her loose curls, giving her an air of Beyoncé. The combination of holograms, pyrotechnics, lighting and sharp camera angles gives the Armenian entry lift. Iveta is fierce.

Hot favourite Sergey Lazarev from Russia wooed you guys with his exuberant performance. He earned second place with 1,021 votes.

In third place with 995 votes is the beautiful mum-to-be Ira Losco from Malta.

BEST SECOND REHEARSAL: MAY 6 – RESULTS

  1. Armenia – Iveta Mukuchyan with “LoveWave” (2,428 votes, 29.11%)
  2. Russia – Sergey Lazarev with “You Are The Only One” (1,021 votes, 12.24%)
  3. Malta – Ira Losco with “Walk On Water” (995 votes, 11.93%)
  4. Czech Republic – Gabriela Guncikova with “I Stand” (654 votes, 7.84%)
  5. The Netherlands – Douwe Bob with “Slow Down” (473 votes, 5.67%)
  6. Greece – Argo with “Utopian Land” (468 votes, 5.61%)
  7. Iceland – Greta Salóme with “Hear Them Calling” (414 votes, 4.96%)
  8. Croatia – Nina Kraljic with “Lighthouse” (309 votes, 3.7%)
  9. Estonia – Jüri Pootsmann with “Play” (296 votes, 3.55%)
  10. Hungary – Freddie with “Pioneer” (243 votes, 2.91%)
  11. Austria – Zoë with “Loin d’ici” (229 votes, 2.75%)
  12. Cyprus – Minus One with “Alter Ego” (200 votes, 2.4%)
  13. Azerbaijan – Samra with “Miracle” (144 votes, 1.73%)
  14. Bosnia and Herzegovina – Deen & Dalal ft. Ana Rucner & Jala with “Ljubav Je” (117 votes, 1.4%)
  15. Moldova – Lidia Isac with “Falling Stars” (112 votes, 1.34%)
  16. San Marino – Serhat with “I Didn’t Know” (102 votes, 1.22%)
  17. Finland – Sandhja with “Sing It Away” (85 votes, 1.02%)
  18. Montenegro – Highway with “The Real Thing” (51 votes, 0.61%)

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We love stars, flowers, pyros and blue and red leds
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We love stars, flowers, pyros and blue and red leds

Anne… It’s not too much for, I have enough going to the toilette for a wee hehe But, unlike you or Iveta, I think of the kids watching the contest. It’s unnecessary to use certain poses if she pretends to transmit a love wave instead of a ‘sex wave’. Sad she ptetends to capt votes this way instead of with her music

We love stars, flowers, pyros and blue and red leds
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We love stars, flowers, pyros and blue and red leds

Anne… It’s not too much for, I Ucraïna enough going to the toilette for a wee. But, unlike you and or Iveta, I think if the kids watching the contest. It’s unnecessary to use certain poses if she pretends to transmit a love wave instead of a ‘sex wave’. Sad she ptetends to capt votes this way instead of with her music

We love stars, flowers, pyros, air fans and blue and red leds
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We love stars, flowers, pyros, air fans and blue and red leds

Hahaha Charles, music is exactly what I would like to hear, not all this repetitive staff performance after performance. Un fact, I missed the traditional air fans, which I will include on my list straight away hehe

Kevin SY
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Kevin SY

Iveta is very beautiful and amazing with her voice and her performance.
Sure Armenia will win this year.

Anne
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Anne

@We love stars, flowers, pyros and blue and red leds

I recommend just watching Junior eurovision next time if this is too much for you

Charles
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Charles

@We love stars, flowers, pyros and blue and red leds: Considering all these visuals thing you love … I wonder … will you watch Eurovision on MUTE? Just wondering, since the word music is not in your “We love” list 🙂

Charles
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Charles

Even when Greece sends amateurish crap (if you wanna use ethnic elements, at least have the decency to bring in a qualitative song) …people still praise it and take it to the top for reasons I don’t think the Greek Gods could even explain … there must be some hidden protocol that obliges Russia and Greece to be in the final no matter what …

We love stars, flowers, pyros and blue and red leds
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We love stars, flowers, pyros and blue and red leds

More than a love wave…. she expresses ‘sex wave’ Hahaha no effect on me sorry. But it will work for many as Poland some years ago. Sooooo sad!

Ron
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Ron

By far the best overall presentation from the first semi-final. That was the overall consensus among people in the press, followed by Russia, Malta and Czech Rep.

We love stars, flowers, pyros and blue and red leds
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We love stars, flowers, pyros and blue and red leds

OMG! Really!? I found her more bitchy than sexy and that annoyed me to hell. If I add the song is nothing special after the u uu uuuu and I get on my nerves wirh it, then I must assume there must be many hetesexuals voting on this poll! Hehe

Alex
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Alex

She’s wonderful. Song is great too! Good job Armenia.

Agata
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Agata

Dear God, she’s so annoying! And I can’t understand why can’t she wear something, actually. Is she so bad that she has to show so much of her body| i just dont get it.

Lola
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Lola

Iveta is very beautiful no wonder she’s getting so many votes. Her voice is amazing and song is great too. The perfect package

David
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Actually it’s the best in this semi final…

Mark Beckenfruer
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Mark Beckenfruer

Dear Poppi, it is done for the cameras around her. The end result should look not like you imagining it in your inflamed fantasy.
By the way.., if you haven’t noticed yet.., her song is about being in love, abot the love wave.. What did you expect? A nun praying in church?

Aslan
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Aslan

Already it is clear evidence of the first semi-final is simply amazing. In the final fall exactly Russia (good performance, a good song, a great press campaign); Armenia (incredible and charming song, a charming performance), Czech Republic (beautiful song and brilliant vocals and an extraordinary singer energy); Iceland (undoubted finalist, non-unique, but quality show on stage, but the most important song that is good); Malta (One Ira charisma can make Malta a finalist this year); Hungary (Good song, good singing, good room, but alas no more). Most likely reach the final of Estonia, the Netherlands and Austria. Over the last… Read more »

Darren
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Darren

Wiwi I heard a rumour that the man himself, Justin Timberlake is going to perform as an interval act during the final…..is this true??? Please say yes.

Poppi
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Poppi

What I see is a playgirl who screams and dance awkwardly

Annie
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Annie

Iveta is my favourite !!!!! Sure Armenia will win this year

Anne
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Anne

Cannot wait to see her actual performance with the holograms!