In December, the participants for Eurovision – Australia Decides were announced to the public, revealing some very familiar faces, some throwbacks and some fresh acts to boot.

While the sunny Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre prepared to host, we wanted to know which of the artists you wanted to take the crown. After counting a total of 3,486 votes — we can confirm that (almost) absolutely everybody is backing Vanessa Amorosi and “Lessons Of Love”

Vanessa Amorosi is your favourite to win Eurovision — Australia Decides 2020

Vanessa received 800 votes, taking 22.95% of the overall ballot.

Selling over two million albums in her career, Vanessa Amorosi has proven her versatility across many genres, including, pop, rock, blues, jazz, and gospel. Vanessa’s songwriting ability and dynamic vocal range have led to four critically acclaimed studio albums, as well as 16 ARIA and APRA nominations.

One of her biggest accolades was performing at the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Sydney 2000 Summer Olympics and at the Paralympic Games, singing the Olympic song titled “Heroes Live Forever”.

She enjoyed a worldwide hit in 1999 with “Absolutely Everybody”.

Coming in at a close second, with 695 votes and 19.94% of the overall vote is indie-pop singer and bookies’ favourite Montaigne.

Speaking about her haunting track “Don’t Break Me”, Montaigne says:

“Don’t Break Me” is a depiction of the enough is enough phase of a relationship breakdown, where one person feels like they are putting much more time, energy and resources into the relationship than the other person and becomes frustrated and resentful. I wrote it while reading Codependent No More by Melody Beattie, which really informed the qualities of the character and the relationship dynamic.”

Of course, everything is still to play for. These results are just what our readers think and don’t factor in live performances.

Poll Results: Who should win ‘Eurovision – Australia Decides 2020’?

  1. Vanessa Amorosi – “Lessons of Love” 22.95%  (800 votes)
  2. Montaigne – “Don’t Break Me” 19.94%  (695 votes)
  3. Jaguar Jonze – “Rabbit Hole” 12.88%  (449 votes)
  4. Jack Vidgen – “I Am King I Am Queen” 8.92%  (311 votes)
  5. Mitch Tambo – “Together” 8.35%  (291 votes)
  6. Jordan-Ravi – “Pushing Stars” 7.75%  (270 votes)
  7. Didirri – “Raw Stuff” 5.77%  (201 votes)
  8. Diana Rouvas – “Can We Make Heaven” 4.76%  (166 votes)
  9. Casey Donovan – “Proud” 4.39%  (153 votes)
  10. iOTA – “Life” 4.29%  (150 votes)

Total Votes: 3,486

Who was your favourite? Who do you think will surprise us on the Gold Coast? Let us know in the comments.

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Bram Wammes
Bram Wammes
8 months ago

#TeamVanessa

uzhas
uzhas
8 months ago

iOTA is my favorite.
Hopefully he will have outstanding live performance and will manage to win

Polegend Godgarina
8 months ago

can we make heaven is so underrated tho

Azaad
Azaad
8 months ago

Diana will kill it live certainly. But Vanessa is such a massive star that her victory in this poll was to be expected

Joseph
Joseph
8 months ago

Jaguar Jonze would be iconic and Amazing in Rotterdam! I hope she wins

Tibor
Tibor
8 months ago

I think, she’ll come third.

Sabrina
Sabrina
8 months ago
Reply to  Tibor

Sheppard’s position? Will it become a thing for the most famous to finish 3rd? 😀 I think this selection is wide open. The most difficult to point the winner.

Tibor
Tibor
8 months ago
Reply to  Sabrina

I call Montaigne an inch ahead of Jaguar Jonze. Or the other way around. 3rd Vanessa Amorosi, because people know her, but are disappointed, that this is not nearly as good as “Absolutely Everybody” was in the 90s.

Azaad
Azaad
8 months ago

Montaigne would be the best pick but Vanessa would do Australia proud too

Kris
Kris
8 months ago
Reply to  Azaad

Casey’s song is proud
Vanessa sings lessons of love