It’s almost time to wrap up wiwivision — our alternative song contest — for another year. But we still have one more job left to do. If you haven’t watched the grand final results show yet, we advise you catch-up. Because spoilers lie ahead as we reveal the full breakdown of the results for semi-final one and semi-final two.

The full results for both semis are laid out below, along with the jury/televote split. If you want to analyse these in further detail and see each individual juror score click HERE.

wiwivision 2016: Semi-final one results

The first semi-final was won comfortably by Sweden, with Zara Larsson and MNEK picking up a very impressive 277 points for “Never Forget You”. Eva Simons of the Netherlands placed a distant second, receiving 193 points for “Bludfire”. The split results show that the juries and televoters were largely in agreement as to what countries should qualify. Their sole clash was in regards to Croatia’s Maja Suput and “Na Lomi Mi Srce”. The televoters would rather have seen Greece’s Demy progress with “Tha Meineis Feugontas”, ranking her fifth. However, she failed to impress the juries and missed out on the final by five points.

  1. Sweden 277
  2. Netherlands 193
  3. Spain 180
  4. France 161
  5. Armenia 158
  6. Finland 146
  7. Czech Republic 132
  8. Bosnia & Herzegovina 126
  9. Malta 122
  10. Austria 111
  11. Cyprus 111
  12. Russia 105
  13. Croatia 102

  14. Greece 97 [ELIMINATED]
  15. Azerbaijan 83 [ELIMINATED]
  16. Iceland 82 [ELIMINATED]
  17. Moldova 74 [ELIMINATED]
  18. Montenegro 66 [ELIMINATED]
  19. Hungary 41 [ELIMINATED]
  20. San Marino 37 [ELIMINATED]
  21. Estonia 31 [ELIMINATED]

wiwivision 2016: Semi-final one jury results

  1. Sweden 130
  2. Spain 115
  3. Netherlands 110
  4. Finland 85
  5. Armenia 82
  6. Bosnia & Herzegovina 75
  7. France 74
  8. Czech Republic 72
  9. Cyprus 62
  10. Malta 55
  11. Croatia 54
  12. Russia 50
  13. Austria 48

  14. Iceland 42 [ELIMINATED]
  15. Azerbaijan 40 [ELIMINATED]
  16. Moldova 37 [ELIMINATED]
  17. Greece 30 [ELIMINATED]
  18. Montenegro 29 [ELIMINATED]
  19. San Marino 12 [ELIMINATED]
  20. Hungary 11 [ELIMINATED]
  21. Estonia 5 [ELIMINATED]

wiwivision 2016: Semi-final one televote results

  1. Sweden (651 votes) — 147
  2. France (387 votes) — 87
  3. The Netherlands (368 votes) — 83
  4. Armenia (338 votes) — 76
  5. Greece (297 votes) — 67 [ELIMINATED]
  6. Malta (295 votes) — 67
  7. Spain (289 votes) — 65
  8. Austria (281 votes) — 63
  9. Finland (269 votes) — 61
  10. Czech Republic (265 votes) — 60
  11. Russia (243 votes) — 55
  12. Bosnia & Herzegovina (225 votes) — 51
  13. Cyprus (219 votes) — 49

  14. Croatia (212 votes) — 48
  15. Azerbaijan (191 votes) — 43 [ELIMINATED]
  16. Iceland (176 votes) — 40 [ELIMINATED]
  17. Moldova (164 votes) — 37 [ELIMINATED]
  18. Montenegro (163 votes) — 37 [ELIMINATED]
  19. Hungary (132 votes) — 30 [ELIMINATED]
  20. Estonia (115 votes) — 26 [ELIMINATED]
  21. San Marino (110 votes) — 25 [ELIMINATED]

Total Votes: 5,390

wiwivision 2016: semi-final two results

Australia’s Delta Goodrem won the grand final in a landslide with “Wings”, and unsurprisingly she also won the second semi-final with ease. She wracked up 278 points, well ahead of Denmark’s MØ in second. Unlike the first semi, there was a lot of disagreement between the jury and televote rankings. The juries wanted Israel and Belarus to qualify, while the televoters backed Georgia and Bulgaria. However, the juries did succeed in pushing Ukraine over the line, while Ireland progressed thanks to the public. In the midst of everything, Latvia’s Masha managed to slip through to the final, despite not placing in the top 13 of either group.

  1. Australia 278
  2. Denmark 216
  3. Albania 209
  4. United Kingdom 164
  5. Norway 158
  6. Italy 152
  7. Poland 149
  8. Lithuania 144
  9. Germany 130
  10. Ukraine 108
  11. Belgium 94
  12. Ireland 85
  13. Latvia 79

  14. Israel 78 [ELIMINATED]
  15. Bulgaria 76 [ELIMINATED]
  16. Serbia 72 [ELIMINATED]
  17. Georgia 62 [ELIMINATED]
  18. Belarus 62 [ELIMINATED]
  19. Slovenia 52 [ELIMINATED]
  20. Switzerland 35 [ELIMINATED]
  21. FYR Macedonia 33 [ELIMINATED]

wiwivision 2016: semi-final two jury results

  1. Australia 154
  2. Denmark 130
  3. Norway 96
  4. Italy 93
  5. Albania 86
  6. Lithuania 78
  7. United Kingdom 70
  8. Germany 69
  9. Poland 67
  10. Ukraine 64
  11. Belgium 43
  12. Israel 40 [ELIMINATED]
  13. Belarus 38 [ELIMINATED]

  14. Serbia 37 [ELIMINATED]
  15. Latvia 37
  16. Ireland 30
  17. Bulgaria 24 [ELIMINATED]
  18. Slovenia 23 [ELIMINATED]
  19. Georgia 16 [ELIMINATED]
  20. FYR Macedonia 14 [ELIMINATED]
  21. Switzerland 9 [ELIMINATED]

wiwivision 2016: semi-final two televote results

  1. Australia (547 votes) — 124
  2. Albania (543 votes) — 123
  3. United Kingdom (415 votes) — 94
  4. Denmark (382 votes) — 86
  5. Poland (363 votes) — 82
  6. Lithuania (291 votes) — 66
  7. Norway 5.08 (273 votes) — 62
  8. Germany (270 votes) — 61
  9. Italy (261 votes) — 59
  10. Ireland (245 votes) — 55
  11. Bulgaria (230 votes) — 52 [ELIMINATED]
  12. Belgium (223 votes) — 51
  13. Georgia (204 votes) — 46 [ELIMINATED] 

  14. Ukraine (194 votes) — 44
  15. Latvia (184 votes) — 42
  16. Israel (167 votes) — 38 [ELIMINATED]
  17. Serbia (155 votes) — 35 [ELIMINATED]
  18. Slovenia (126 votes) — 29 [ELIMINATED]
  19. Switzerland (116 votes) — 26 [ELIMINATED]
  20. Belarus (106 votes) — 24 [ELIMINATED]
  21. FYR Macedonia (84 votes) — 19 [ELIMINATED]

Total votes:5,379

wiwivision 2016: Grand Final Results

  1. Australia 460
  2. Denmark 355
  3. Sweden 319
  4. Albania 293
  5. Norway 233
  6. Spain 220
  7. United Kingdom 212
  8. France 201
  9. Armenia 200
  10. Italy 188
  11. Poland 183
  12. Lithuania 178
  13. Netherlands 174
  14. Germany 163
  15. Ireland 156
  16. Austria 153
  17. Malta 149
  18. Finland 142
  19. Czech Republic 122
  20. Bosnia & Herzegovina 122
  21. Russia 120
  22. Belgium 115
  23. Latvia 111
  24. Ukraine 108
  25. Croatia 98
  26. Cyprus 98

wiwivision 2016: grand final jury results

  1. Australia 259
  2. Denmark 203
  3. Norway 151
  4. Spain 128
  5. Sweden 125
  6. Albania 120
  7. Italy 110
  8. France 109
  9. United Kingdom 98
  10. Armenia 92
  11. Lithuania 89
  12. Germany 82
  13. Netherlands 80
  14. Finland 76
  15. Poland 71
  16. Malta 69
  17. Austria 68
  18. Bosnia & Herzegovina 67
  19. Czech Republic 65
  20. Cyprus 60
  21. Ireland 58
  22. Belgium 57
  23. Croatia 53
  24. Ukraine 52
  25. Latvia 51
  26. Russia 43

wiwivision 2016: grand final televote results

  1. Australia (472 votes) — 201
  2. Sweden (456 votes) — 194
  3. Albania (406 votes) — 173
  4. Denmark (356 votes) — 152
  5. United Kingdom (269 votes) — 114
  6. Poland (262 votes) — 112
  7. Armenia (254 votes) — 108
  8. Ireland (231 votes) — 98
  9. The Netherlands (220 votes) — 94
  10. Spain (217 votes) — 92
  11. France (215 votes) — 92
  12. Lithuania (208 votes) –89
  13. Austria (199 votes) — 85
  14. Norway (193 votes) — 82
  15. Germany (190 votes) — 81
  16. Malta (188 votes) — 80
  17. Italy (183 votes) — 78
  18. Russia (181 votes) — 77
  19. Finland (154 votes) — 66
  20. Latvia (142 votes) — 60
  21. Belgium (136 votes) — 58
  22. Czech Republic (133 votes) — 57
  23. Ukraine (131 votes) — 56
  24. Bosnia & Herzegovina (129 votes) — 55
  25. Croatia (105 votes) — 45
  26. Cyprus (90 votes) — 38

Total Votes: 5,720

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NomenNescio
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NomenNescio

NE lomi mi srce.

(J)ESC Fanatic
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(J)ESC Fanatic

@Charles is totally right!

Charles
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Charles

@Plum: Russia needs no politically charged songs to showcase how “egocentric” it can be even within the context of Eurovision … it’s the whole vibe around them that speaks volumes of how much Russia wants to win Eurovision no matter what: it’s a question of such pride that no loss is acceptable … specially when you have to loose against one of your “sisters”. But even in family, no matter how much the two sisters may be hating on one another, they can’t get away from one another … it’s a love-hate relationship only sisters understand. Therefore … I do… Read more »

Gary
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Gary

Delta Goodrem is Australia’s logical choice for the next EV invite. Go Delta.

Plum
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Plum

@Charles
You are Wonderful! Wasn’t it Russia who entered ESC this year without any political intention?
Russia hasn’t confirmed the participation in 2017 and I hope it won’t.

Charles
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Charles

This whole Wiwivision is exactly what? .. a song contest among the fans … or another popularity competition? If so … Delta Goodrem’s victory makes complete sense on both popularity and song. But this being true song contest where people bother to actually listen to the music regardless of the popularity of the singer … never in a million years. If Eurovision itself has a hard time being that … much less any kindergarten version of it. To be honest I am surprised that everyone went for Delta than for Zara – even in the “make believe” world of ESC… Read more »

Charles
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Charles

@ninasublatti: And why shouldn’t they? Do you believe that a political tension is reason enough to prevent them from showcasing their very own sense of ego and pride above everything and everybody? Russia inherited from its dead “mother land” the need to be above the rest of the world … and doesn’t matter where Eurovision is held, they are there and you will take notice of it because they will throw it at your face no matter what. And if it happens to lose again next year, make sure they will make a fuzz about it refusing to accept such… Read more »

Plum
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Plum

@ ninasublatti
What is the source of the info we’ve never heard?
I am Russian if something.

Ariso Light
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Ariso Light

Really sad for Greece! 🙁

Azaad
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Azaad

poor estonia finishing last again

#Justice4Margaret
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#Justice4Margaret

My goodness, Zara Larsson has to be the most overrated thing on the planet right now. She has a couple cute songs but that’s it. I’m glad talent dethroned her in the final!

(J)ESC Fanatic
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(J)ESC Fanatic

wiwibloggs, Malta has selected their representative for JESC 2016, it’s Christina Magrin.

(J)ESC Fanatic
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(J)ESC Fanatic

@ninasublatti is right, in Wikipedia it says that Russia will participate at Eurovision 2017! That’s quite surprising but I’m not sure if it’s true.

karminowe.usta
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karminowe.usta

Ukraine, Russia, Bosnia and Herzegovina are underrated. In my opinion Australia is overrated. This song is good but not winner. Songs from Albania and Sweden are better.

@ninasublatti
Where can I read this information? I want to see Russia in next year:)

oooops
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oooops

San Marino and Macedonia are underrated. And it is a sad year for Estonia, 42nd overall 2 times a year.

Plus, I didn’t see full jury rankings, only the points.