Eurovision 2019 All 41 final

It’s been one month since the stars shined and the confetti fell during the grand final of Eurovision 2019. The team at wiwibloggs can’t get Duncan Laurence’s “Arcade” out of our heads and our bodies just won’t stop feeling Mahmood’s “Soldi” (clap, clap). Unless we shout it out with Sergey Lazarev’s “Scream”, Luca Hänni’s “She Got Me”, or John Lundvik’s “Too Late for Love”. But our playlists don’t stop with the Top 5. We’re still loving Conan Osiris’s “Telemovéis”, Tulia’s “Fire of Love” and Ester Peony’s “On a Sunday” to name just a few.

That we would compulsively listen to songs that failed to crack the Top 10 (or even make the final) isn’t surprising. Eurovision acts frequently fall flat on the big night because of bad staging or dodgy vocals, while digitally re-mastered versions of those same songs go on to prove timeless. Remember Britain’s Gina G. from the 1996 contest? Her dance number “Ooo Ah….Just A Little Bit” only placed 8th, but it’s now a staple on dance floors from Hong Kong to Houston.

Now it’s time for you to let us know which songs you are still listening to. So pull our your iPhone and warm up your Spotify playlists to see which tracks you’ve played the most, and then vote in our poll. You can vote for as many songs as you’d like, but you can only vote one time: be sure to click the box next to each song before pressing submit. In order to discourage fans from manipulating the results, you will not be able to see the full results after voting. Sorry ’bout it. The poll will close on July 10.

Last year’s winner Eleni Foureira from Cyprus

Rather than stressing out over the results, why not review our past winners? Cyprus’ Eleni Foureira won last year with “Fuego”, while Belgium’s Blanche won in 2017 with “City Lights”, Poland’s Michal Szpak won with “Color of Your Life” in 2016, Sweden’s Måns Zelmerlöw won with “Heroes” in 2015, Israel’s Mei Finegold won with “Same Heart” in 2014, Romania’s Cezar won with “It’s My Life” in 2013, Ireland’s Jedward won with “Waterline” in 2012, Sweden’s Eric Saade won with “Popular” in 2011, and Turkey’s maNga won with “We Could Be the Same” in 2010.

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perdoula
perdoula
2 years ago

Still addicted to Hatari <3

tom
tom
2 years ago

SWITZERLAND, ITALY and HUNGARY are my crush songs
apart from these songs, i also listen Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Iceland, Estonia, Cyprus and Slovenia

Janusz242
Janusz242
2 years ago

Hatari rulez !

Lisa
Lisa
2 years ago

I still listen to Soldi, soldi…. clap clap! Thanks mahmood for your masterpiece! I remember the bookmakers the day of the final 18 may had put Soldi in 6th position odds 25/1 ! Arcade was given 3/4, australia 7/1, switzerland 12/1, sweden 16/1, iceland 25/1 as Italy. You can see all this in Instagram wiwibloggs, there is a post with the rankings by the bookmakers. So as soldi arrived so close to Arcade, it could have won with few points more, I think we have to thank the bookmakers for their contribution against the victory of mahmood… and he was… Read more »

Milla
Milla
2 years ago

Switzerland and Norway.

Peggy Sue
Peggy Sue
2 years ago

Still my favs are Malta Chameleon and Belarus Like it… France and Slovenia have been growing on me and I like them more now than I did during the contest. Still saying Na na na too…

Yossarian
Yossarian
2 years ago

Mainly Iceland, Italy, Portugal, Poland, Albania and the Netherlands.
And Ukraine.

allex
allex
2 years ago

2000 and Whatever, Arcade, Soldi , Telemoveis and Siren Song

Minerva
Minerva
2 years ago

The ones I will listen to very often are: The Netherlands, Italy and Greece.
The ones I will continue listening from time to time are: Albania, Serbia, Malta.

Jinbeizaki
Jinbeizaki
2 years ago

Albania, Azerbaijan, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, San Marino, Spain and Switzerland (special mention for Ukraine too). A good Eurovision for sure with amazing songs that would be kept in my playlist for a while.

Himmelheavencielo
Himmelheavencielo
2 years ago

Hatari for sure, Georgia, Serbia, Finland, Albania, amazing songs with spirits

TAK
TAK
2 years ago

Still love Telemoveis! Have explored Conan Osiris’ music – he has some amazing songs!

Elsa
Elsa
2 years ago
Reply to  TAK

He is an amazing artist indeed…

Adam Jones
Adam Jones
2 years ago

KEiiNO – Spirit In The Sky for me. Love it still.

Debi
Debi
2 years ago

Best year yet

Alice
Alice
2 years ago

Siren Song

tom
tom
2 years ago
Reply to  Alice

BANG !

Boom Boom Chaka Chaka
Boom Boom Chaka Chaka
2 years ago

Albania, Romania and Serbia. Which is weird because none of these were in my top 5 at the time.

Fatima
Fatima
2 years ago

Yes I’ve noticed that sort of thing too. I think some songs appeal at different rates. The more you hear some, the more you like them.

tom
tom
2 years ago
Reply to  Fatima

for me Hungary

LookingAway
LookingAway
2 years ago

Belgium.

Elga
Elga
2 years ago

Although I am a well patriotic and quiet religious Armenian I absolutely can’t resist but play “Truth” of Azerbaijan from Eurovision. I LOVE IT and by the way Chingiz you’re the best Love you

Leekun
Leekun
2 years ago

Spirit in the Sky
Soldi
She got me
La Venda
Truth
Scream

Candy
Candy
2 years ago

Still listening to Telemóveis (and the rest of Conan’s discography) – two days ago I went to his concert in a small club in Oslo and I was completely blown away by the great show João and Conan put on. Conan opening the show with an a cappella performance was mesmerising. I’ve been to countless concerts of all kinds of artists but honestly, none of them left such an intense lasting impression as Conan did. Yes, both the music and the guy himself are somewhat peculiar, but that’s part of his charm. The crowd in Oslo was small, but goodness,… Read more »

TAK
TAK
2 years ago
Reply to  Candy

Can’t wait to see Conan live! And after your review, I want to see him even more!

Candy
Candy
2 years ago
Reply to  TAK

You absolutely need to! There’s nothing quite like him 🙂 As someone who travelled from Germany to Norway just to see Conan – it was totally worth it! If you can afford it, go fly to one of his upcoming gigs and do some sightseeing while you’re there 😀

mamma mia
mamma mia
2 years ago
Reply to  Candy

Great to know! I was wondering how that concert go because he posted in Instagram he was in Oslo but there’s nothing on youtube. Thanks for the info! 🙂

Ana
Ana
2 years ago

“Spirit in the Sky”, definitely the best song!!

Ama
Ama
2 years ago

Spirit in the Sky

Duro
Duro
2 years ago

I listen to Norway’s Spirit in the sky A LOT

Shabnam
Shabnam
2 years ago

I still listen to the “Truth” by Chingiz – Azerbaijan. The more I listen the better I fall in love with that song. + Chameleon, Replay, Too late for love, Soldi and Arcade are ‘visited’ by me once a week))

Idksmth
Idksmth
2 years ago

Wear your love by Aly Ryan, Holla by Anna Lisa Kumoji. Whoops…
I still listen to Chameleon, That Night, Proud, Arcade, On a Sunday, Walking Out, Sister, Spirit in the sky and many more. I have already given up on counting them all. This year has really expanded my playlist.

Jeff Whyte
Jeff Whyte
2 years ago

I still listen to Azerbaijan’s “Truth” every day, an excellent track. I was lucky enough to find a radio edit version on Google Music which doesn’t have the Arabic style interlude that Chingiz performed on the night. I know it was right to have each country express their culture through song but for the European club circuit, the radio edit is almost the perfect pop song. I still think it should have been titled “Shut up about it” though!!!

Fatima
Fatima
2 years ago
Reply to  Jeff Whyte

Wasn’t the Arabic bit the only bit he actually sang?

shebnem
shebnem
2 years ago
Reply to  Fatima

That part of the song is not Arabic, but Azerbaijani.

Una
Una
2 years ago

I’ve had too much of Eurovision this season but still listen to a few: Spirit in the Sky, Zero Gravity, Fire of Love and Say Na Na Na. Many others that I liked before the contest and I am left with just four songs that I still listen to.

Aris
Aris
2 years ago

Replay
Soldi
She got me

Film
Film
2 years ago

Quite a few, but ive listened probably over 500 times Ester – On a Sunday.

Donny
Donny
2 years ago

San Marino, Poland and Italy mostly, with a sprinkle of Malta, Holland and Cyprus

Darren Jennison
Darren Jennison
2 years ago

Italy, Norway , Greece , Switzerland

Finn
Finn
2 years ago

Switzerland
Italy
Netherlands
Albania
Germany
Azerbaijan

Polish Vogue
Polish Vogue
2 years ago

Siren song, Too late for love, Arcade, Spirit in the sky, Hatrið mun sigra, Replay, Ktheju Tokës, Walking out, Truth, Telemoveis, …

Alex
Alex
2 years ago

Italy
Netherlands
Switzerland
Cyprus
Belgium

No Russia just like everyone (low streaming points).

Johanna
Johanna
2 years ago

Hatari – Hatrid Mun Sigra – and now also Klefi/Samed

keren
keren
2 years ago
Reply to  Johanna

become a big fan of them, even bought the online song

A Big fan since 1980
A Big fan since 1980
2 years ago

It still breaks me apart in pieces knowing the fact that Italy did not win.. it was unfair where i was watching the voting and not to see some juries placing him in their top 10, we as televoters,did the same thing…A little glitch at the beginning of the song in the jury final,all it took for them to say ” he could have been better,.oo nooo,nah” …he has improved (actuall mastered) his song in Saturday’s Final…kudos to the Profesional Juries where they can crunch everyone they could. Honestly, anytime i started to listen to Duncan and Arcade,i could not… Read more »

pepe
pepe
2 years ago

Since you mention unfair juries, anything to say about the Italian jury deliberately down voting Mahmood’s biggest threats, like Russia and the Netherlands?

A Big fan since 1980
A Big fan since 1980
2 years ago
Reply to  pepe

Thank you for approving my case!that is not unfair either..yes,indeed i agree with you on that too..than,maybe EBU with the member delegations has to review and evaluate the juries more carefully before picking them up..

Joshua
Joshua
2 years ago

It’s probably the song I’ve been listening to the most after the contest. It was my 7th place, but I think I like it way more now than before the contest… and if people scream in horror, let them SCREAAAAM, THEY SCREAAAAM

Henry
Henry
2 years ago

I got over 250 listens for Austria’s entry
San Marino is also close in 2nd

Then I have Greece, Sweden, Czech Republic, Estonia (and Ukraine if it counts)

Miguel
Miguel
2 years ago

Albania
France
Italy
Norway
Portugal

Zvezdelina
Zvezdelina
2 years ago

Hatrid mun singra!

Fatima
Fatima
2 years ago

For me it’s Luca Häaaani. Which is odd, because it was instantly catchy, but it didn’t really catch on in my head until I saw it in the semi-final. By then I’d already heard it about 20 times and wasn’t that impressed. He took it to another level at the contest, just like Sunstroke Project did with Hey Mamma.

Nikki
Nikki
2 years ago

Long story short: Italy, Nordics and Balkans + Cyprus

Takasa
Takasa
2 years ago

Greece, The Netherlands, Norway, Austria and Iceland, mostly 🙂

NoName
NoName
2 years ago

La Venda and Hatrid Mun Sigra

Sam
Sam
2 years ago

I just want to share some thoughts about esc songs. Every year there seems to be some kind of rejection towards them by radios, charts and the music industry in general once the contest comes to an end. I think it’s important to give these songs the attention they deserve and to promote their listening beyond the esc sphere and the contest dates. Some songs such as Euphoria, Heroes or Fuego proved it is possible, so why not let other songs be listened when we travel, are doing some home repairs or simply chill out on a summer day. Those… Read more »

Loin dici
2 years ago
Reply to  Sam

I still believe there’s always a stigma towards Eurovision to be solely as a TV show, and the songs were viewed as rarely ‘promotable’, ‘commercial’ or ‘marketable’ music pieces. Sadly, the biggest music pieces we have today often comes from marketing and commercialization, so I’m not surprised by the irony.

Lisa
Lisa
2 years ago
Reply to  Loin dici

Soldi is having a lot of success, above all in Spain.
Some days ago it became gold there…

Fatima
Fatima
2 years ago
Reply to  Sam

Good point Sam, hopefully one year some Eurovision songs will be hits in the USA. Why not? Look how they loved BTS. But otherwise, yes, the contest is a pop-up event with minimal mainstream interest in the music outside Eurovision season.

Jinbeizaki
Jinbeizaki
2 years ago
Reply to  Sam

I wish my country would even have the winner songs on radios. In France at best we have our entries being broadcast a lot (although it’s useless we can’t vote for it after all) and that’s it. I heard once Heroes on a show I was shocked but that’s basically it. Some countries don’t even care about broadcasting popular songs so you can imagine with songs being “not radio friendly” both pre and past contests.
For some, Eurovision is still seen as a parody contest or ridiculized unfortunately…

Lara
Lara
2 years ago

Sweden
Switzerland
Denmark
Australia
Czech Republic

WannaEatMySpaghetti
WannaEatMySpaghetti
2 years ago

There 6 or 7 I still listen to a lot. For the summer vibes: Spain, Malta and Switzerland. For the crazyness: Australia and Norway. For the quality: Italy and of course my favorite The Netherlands.

It’s the first time since 2015 that I don’t listen to my country’s song (Belgium) anymore. It’s dumb but I think it’s clearly because of the bad result.

Matti
Matti
2 years ago

Hatrið mun sigra, soldi, sebi, spirit in the sky, run with the lions, Albania’s song ?

T.J.
T.J.
2 years ago

Why is there no option “none”? This year was the worst in decades!

Suzi
Suzi
2 years ago
Reply to  T.J.

I’d say one of the best actually.

Henrikh Mugosa
Henrikh Mugosa
2 years ago
Reply to  T.J.

I second that. This was the worst edition in a long time.

Azaad
Azaad
2 years ago
Reply to  Henrikh Mugosa

It produced good songs, but the organisation and overall drama surrounding the contest will dampen the memories of Tel Aviv 2019

Tylos
Tylos
2 years ago
Reply to  T.J.

Don’t down vote TJ, just add the option and find out how many of us were underwhelmed by the music.

There are dozens of us.
DOZENS

Ellie Achten
Ellie Achten
2 years ago

In no particular order: Spirit in the Sky, Arcade, On a Sunday, Zero Gravity, Sebi, That Night, Soldi, Truth, Replay, Wake Up, Chameleon and I also listen to Siren Song all the time. 🙂