The results are in.
There were 19 brilliant male solo singers in the competition but as they say, there can be only one winner, and that winner is Duncan Laurence who will inherit the trophy from last year’s Eugent Bushpepa.
The votes were spread widely between those 19 amazing solo artists, but it was Duncan who ran away early on and earned 1666 votes or 15.17%.
Next up was our one and only Sergey Lazarev with 11.45%. Russia’s Eurovision 2019 act gained 1213 votes in all.
A very close third was Italy’s Mahmood with 11.39%. He was only six points behind Sergey. Competition is fierce between our male solo acts this year.
Switzerland’s Luca Hänni placed a respectable fourth and Azerbaijan’s Chingiz Mustafayev rounds out the top five.
You can see full results from the poll below:
Duncan Laurence favourite male solo act of Eurovision 2019
The year of the male solo act?
Many believe the male field is unusually busy this year.
We have nineteen male solos in the running this year. That compares to fourteen male solo acts last year.
Salvador Sobral is the most recent male solo winner, but since 2010 only two winners have been male solo artists. The other winner is of course Måns Zelmerlöw from Sweden.
Whether any of this year’s male solo acts can repeat their example remains to be seen.
What do you think about those results? Where did your favorite end up? Please leave your comment in the section below.