A total of fourteen solo male acts will take to the stage in this year’s contest. And four of them — Italy’s Francesco Gabbani, Sweden’s Robin Bengtsson, Bulgaria’s Kristian Kostov and Portugal’s Salvador Sobral have emerged as darlings of the contest (and the bookies’ favourites). So earlier this spring we just had to ask you to vote for your favourite male solo artist at Eurovision 2017. After counting a staggering 18,295 votes we can now reveal that Bulgaria has come out on top.

He’s an absolute sweetheart and appears to be humbled by the love he’s receiving in the Eurovision bubble. The youngest competitor in this year’s contest, his vocal ability extends well beyond his 17 years. His entry is called “Beautiful Mess” but there ain’t nothing messy about him. With 3,701 votes, the gold medal goes to Bulgaria.

Second place takes us a little further into the Mediterranean, where we find a man dancing with a gorilla. That’s right, it’s Francesco Gabbani from Italy.

A fan favourite throughout the entire Eurovision 2017 season, Francesco has cemented himself as a front runner in this year’s contest with a catchy song, uniquely raspy vocals and a charming smile. Francesco gained 2,772 votes, earning him second place.

Third place goes to the man who can’t go on, but we think he is freaking beautiful.

Robin Bengtsson from Sweden smashed the competition in Melodifestivalen earlier this year, allowing him to perform his pop-tastic entry “I Can’t Go On” in Kyiv.

He is slick, stylish and handsome and his vocal abilities whilst performing on a treadmill are to be commended. Robin received 1,942 votes, landing him in third place.

RESULTS: WHO IS THE BEST MALE SOLO VOCALIST AT EUROVISION 2017?

  1. Bulgaria – Kristian Kostov with “Beautiful Mess” (3,701 votes, 20.23%)
  2. Italy – Francesco Gabbani with “Occidentali’s Karma” (2,772 votes, 15.15%)
  3. Sweden – Robin Bengtsson with “I Can’t Go On” (1,942 votes, 10.61%)
  4. Portugal – Salvador Sobral with “Amar Pelos Dois” (1,845 votes, 10.08%)
  5. Israel – IMRI with “I Feel Alive” (1,224 votes, 6.69%)
  6. Ireland – Brendan Murray with “Dying to Try” (1,155 votes, 6.31%)
  7. Australia – Isaiah with “Don’t Come Easy” (1,052 votes, 5.75%)
  8. Slovenia – Omar Naber with “On My Way” (899 votes, 4.91%)
  9. Hungary – Joci Papai with “Origo” (838 votes, 4.58%)
  10. Cyprus – Hovig with “Gravity” (832 votes, 4.55%)
  11. Austria – Nathan Trent with “Running On Air” (777 votes, 4.25%)
  12. Montenegro – Slavko Kalezic with “Space” (469 votes, 2.56%)
  13. Croatia – Jacques Houdek with “My Friend” (455 votes, 2.49%)
  14. Spain – Manel Navarro with “Do It For Your Lover” (334 votes, 1.83%)

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Jellyfish
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KRISTIAN KOSTOV simply best Artist of Eurovision

Francis JJ
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I see an error in this list. Brendan Murray isn’t a man and shouldn’t be included

Miss Platinum
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Those that voted only did so based on favoritism and full bias. If you’re going to be objective, and actually answer the question truthfully, Jaques from Croatia is the best vocalist from the entire group of individuals listed, end of.

Rob
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ALERT: Bulgaria has overcome Portugal in the betting odds!

George
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Go Kristian, Go Bulgaria!

Marina
Guest

I love this kid and voted for him. I won’t be surprised if he takes it all:-)

Cora
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FAKE! And I hate his attitude

Josh
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LOL, when this polls take YEARS to be closed… anyway, Austria, Hungary, Portugal and Croatia way better. Bulgaria will not win I hope

Pedro
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I think Salvador is the best! Portugal 🙂

Thales
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These polls are all corrupted AHAH xD
PS: This child needs to learn what Eurovision is about and not comemorate anything before the time. I hope he gets out of top five

Nomen Nescio
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What’s really the point of polls that were launched months ago??? Things have changed by miles and the only purpose these polls have are to mislead into wrong conclusions!

Cesar
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Bulgaria’s singer is like the Eastern EUropean Bieber

Da
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Sweden is amazing!

milkyy
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How Slovenia is that high?

Education Sentimentale
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Education Sentimentale

Come on, he is a good singer. And the poll is about the singer, not the song. But when I look at Sweden at 3 and Israel at 5, I’m wondering if all voters kept that in mind.

Colin
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Nathan only eleventh!? Who cares anyway, he qualified 🙂

Suggestion for polls: “Which Esc 2017 semi-final one eliminated act should have qualified?” and “Which Esc 2017 semi-final two eliminated act should have qualified?”

God-Emperor
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LOL.
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