The Roop On Fire Lithuania Eurovision 2020

They ascended the throne last weekend. And after several days of intense voting, Lithuania’s The Roop remain your favourite Eurovision 2020 act so far.

The Roop is your favourite Eurovision 2020 act so far — 26 February

Voting began on Sundaythe same day Lithuania rose to the top of the betting odds — and since then we’ve counted a whooping 15,274 votes. The

Pabandom iš naujo! winners proved to be comfortable poll toppers yet again. The Roop picked up 3,430 votes or 22.46% of all votes cast.

Despite a renewed push from her Arilenators, Albania’s Arilena Ara is the runner-up for a second week. The “Shaj” songstress attracted 2,750 votes — her highest tally since Blas Cantó and Benny Cristo was her only competition in the second poll.

In third, we see our highest new entry — Ukraine’s Go_A. The group’s “Solovey” offers a unique mixture of modern and ethnic beats coupled with white voice vocals. However, the heady concoction hasn’t frightened off our readers. A total of 1,162 rowed behind the Vidbir 2020 winners.

Down one spot from the last poll is Norway’s Ulrikke Brandstorp. The “Attention” hitmaker attracted 1,483 votes or 9.71% of all votes cast.

Italy’s Diodato completes the top five. The “Fai rumore” crooner got 1,050 votes or 6.87% of all votes cast.

At the other end of the table is Slovenia’s Ana Soklič and France’s Tom Leeb. Neither act managed to take their support levels above 2%.

From now until 8 March is almost completely blocked out with new song releases or national finals. There is potentially a small breather on Monday 2 March. If the day stays freed up, we’ll launch a fresh poll then.

What do you think of the current standings? Does Lithuania deserve to be at number one? Let us know below.

Your Eurovision favourites on 26 February (14 acts)

  1. Lithuania: The Roop “On Fire” 22.46% (3,430 votes)
  2. Albania: Arilena Ara “Shaj” 18% (2,750 votes)
  3. Ukraine: Go_A “Solovey” 10.55% (1,612 votes)
  4. Norway: Ulrikke Brandstorp “Attention” 9.71% (1,483 votes)
  5. Italy: Diodato “Fai rumore” 6.87% (1,050 votes)
  6. Australia: Montaigne “Don’t Break Me” 5.56% (849 votes)
  7. Poland: Alicja Szemplińska “Empires” 5.08% (776 votes)
  8. Armenia: Athena Manoukian “Chains on You” 4.58% (699 votes)
  9. Latvia: Samanta Tīna “Still Breathing” 4.13% (631 votes)
  10. Belgium: Hooverphonic “Release Me” 3.61% (552 votes)
  11. Spain: Blas Cantó “Universo” 3.37% (515 votes)
  12. Czech Republic: Benny Cristo “Kemama” 2.68% (409 votes)
  13. Slovenia: Ana Soklič “Voda” 1.71% (261 votes)
  14. France: Tom Leeb “The Best In Me” 1.68% (257 votes)

Total Votes: 15,274

Your Eurovision favourites on 22 February (11 acts)

  1. Lithuania: The Roop “On Fire” 33.4% (4,701 votes)
  2. Albania: Arilena Ara “Shaj” 16.5% (2,323 votes)
  3. Norway: Ulrikke Brandstorp “Attention” 12.02% (1,692 votes)
  4. Italy: Diodato “Fai rumore” 8.52% (1,199 votes)
  5. Australia: Montaigne “Don’t Break Me” 7.51% (1,057 votes)

Your Eurovision favourites on 15 February (6 acts)

  1. Albania: Arilena Ara “Shaj” 33.74% (2,441 votes)
  2. Australia: Montaigne “Don’t Break Me” 18.78% (1,359 votes)
  3. Italy: Diodata “Fai rumore” 18.2% (1,317 votes)
  4. Latvia: Samanta Tīna “Still Breathing” 14.28% (1,033 votes)
  5. Spain: Blas Cantó “Universo” 9.99% (723 votes)

Total Votes: 7,235

Your Eurovision favourites on 8 February (3 acts)

  1. Albania: Arilena Ara – “Shaj” 60.53%  (4,603 votes)
  2. Spain: Blas Cantó “Universo” 29.52%  (2,245 votes)
  3. Czech Republic: Benny Cristo – “Kemama” 9.94%  (756 votes)

Total Votes: 7,604

Your Eurovision favourites on 3 February (2 acts)

  1. Albania: Arilena Ara – “Shaj” 63.01% (2,514 votes)
  2. Spain: Blas Cantó – “Universo” 36.99% (1,476 votes)

Total Votes: 3,990

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Mark
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Mark

Occidentali’s Karmaaa…

Mws
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Mws

Ok, The Roop, I cant stop laughing, it seems like a spoof song to parody stereotypical Eurovision songs. Is this musical comedic genius, or is this for real? Sort of like that Stephen Colbert Eurovision song he did. If you haven’t seen it look it up on YouTube.

Kate
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Kate

maybe musically and vocally Lithuania is not the best, but it’s the song that makes me smile while I’m listening it, such a happy vibe))
I think I’ll vote for this in May

Luk
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Luk

Poland is amazing

Kate
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Kate

I think it’s the best female ballad so far, I really love it

xohxoh
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xohxoh

The Roop is On Fire!

Lolek
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Lolek

Personally, my favourite is still Norway but the top 3 are all decent as well.

Lukas
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Lukas

The Roop – Lithuania love this song !!!

Eastman
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Eastman

I’m very happy with the top 5. But am I the only one who likes KEMAMA?

Joseph Mendy
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Joseph Mendy

No. I also like Kemama. Can’t believe how it’s been so underrated .

Una
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Una

I like Kemama too. Quite a lot actually. It was my number one until a few days ago. Curious and excited about 1. the revamp and 2. the staging in Rotterdam.

Jo.
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Jo.

at least KEMAMA is not last anymore

Joe
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Joe
kungfredrik
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kungfredrik

Children of the Millennium for United Kingdom

Ashton Schier
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Ashton Schier

nope

123
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123

Oh god, we need better songs ASAP

IVANOV
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IVANOV

Just wait a little until Russia finally reveals the winning song.

Puff
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Puff

There’s still Cicciolina, which will fight with Lithuania to be this year’s televote winner.

Nicolas
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Nicolas

Albania is a sure NQ this year while they had a potential winner in their hands.

Stephanie
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Stephanie

Lithuania still at number one. This is really ridiculous! What makes this “song” so damn good that people keep on voting for it… Oh wait a minute that’s right … Nothing!!!

Teddie
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Teddie

Just a wild guess here: maybe the fact that it is the best one so far?

Stephanie
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Stephanie

Sorry I have to laugh…

Saanaaa
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Saanaaa

How dare you have an opinion! #-4

Serpent
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Serpent

I’ve noticed that there are quite many Lithuanians on Wiwibloggs so they can vote for it. But also I understand everybody who likes it because this year had been pretty tragic. I like “On Fire” too but it’s not a winner.

Serpent
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Serpent

It’s not jealousy, people have different tastes and it’s OK when some people don’t like it. Isn’t it a bit cocky to say that everybody who is not crazy for this song is jealous?

Stephanie
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Stephanie

I have a huge déjà vu feeling. Just like last year if you said something negative about the Netherlands it was hell on earth. Same thing with Lithuania this year… God forbid that you say something negative about their entry.. Just except the fact that we all have different taste.

Lilly
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Lilly

Why tf would you vote for Albania now?

BadWoolfGirl
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BadWoolfGirl

Passionate fans? We also don’t know at this point if the revamp will be just as good as the festival version or not. I’m actually not familiar rising myself with Shaj until the revamp is out. I don’t want to bias myself.