In the space of just one week, the class of 2020 almost doubled. And while everyone was caught up in Icelandic conspiracy theories and Balkan weather phenomenons, one act snook up the centre to take top spot in our poll — Greece’s Stefania.

Stefania is your favourite Eurovision 2020 act so far

In less than 24 hours, a massive 16,305 votes were cast. And of those, 2,623 went Stefania’s way. All in all, the “Superg!rl” took 16.09% of all votes cast.

After two weeks in pole positon, Lithuania’s The Roop must make do with number two. In fact, the “On Fire” group weren’t that far off making it three turns on top. But 2,158 votes just wasn’t enough.

Also dropping one spot is Albania’s Arilena Ara. The “Shaj” songstress attracted 2,024 votes or 12.41% of all votes cast.

Romania is the second-highest of the new entries. Roxen sits at fourth with “Alcohol You”. She’s the last act to receive a four-figure vote — 1,281.

The top five is completed by viral sensation Daði & Gagnamagnið with “Think About Things”. The Icelandic group took 977 votes or 5.99% of all votes cast.

At the other end of the table is Slovenia’s Ana Soklič with “Voda” and Moldova’s Natalia Gordienko with “Prison”. They got 104 and 103 votes respectively.

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

Your Eurovision favourites on 3 March (24 acts)

  1. Greece: Stefania “Superg!rl” 16.09% (2,623 votes)
  2. Lithuania: The Roop “On Fire” 13.24% (2,158 votes)
  3. Albania: Arilena Ara “Shaj” 12.41% (2,024 votes)
  4. Romania: Roxen “Alcohol You” 7.86% (1,281 votes)
  5. Iceland: Daði & Gagnamagnið “Think About Things” 5.99% (977 votes)
  6. Germany: Ben Dolic “Violent Thing” 5.42% (884 votes)
  7. Serbia: Hurricane “Hasta la vista” 5.04% (821 votes)
  8. Norway: Ulrikke Brandstorp “Attention” 4.8% (782 votes)
  9. Ukraine: Go_A “Solovey” 3.85% (628 votes)
  10. Italy: Diodato “Fai rumore” 3.4% (554 votes)
  11. Australia: Montaigne “Don’t Break Me” 3.1% (505 votes)
  12. United Kingdom: James Newman “My Last Breath” 2.48% (404 votes)
  13. Belgium: Hooverphonic “Release Me” 2.06% (336 votes)
  14. Latvia: Samanta Tīna “Still Breathing” 2.05% (334 votes)
  15. Poland: Alicja Szemplińska “Empires” 2.02% (330 votes)
  16. Armenia: Athena Manoukian “Chains on You” 1.97% (321 votes)
  17. Spain: Blas Cantó “Universo” 1.64% (267 votes)
  18. Croatia: Damir Kedžo “Divlji vjetre” 1.55% (252 votes)
  19. Czech Republic: Benny Cristo “Kemama” 1.36% (221 votes)
  20. France: Tom Leeb “The Best In Me” 0.86% (141 votes)
  21. Estonia: Uku Suviste “What Love Is” 0.8% (131 votes)
  22. Belarus: VAL “Da vidna” 0.76% (124 votes)
  23. Slovenia: Ana Soklič “Voda” 0.64% (104 votes)
  24. Moldova: Natalia Gordienko “Prison” 0.61% (103 votes)

Total Votes: 16,305

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)

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)

Total Votes: 14,076

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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Spike
Spike
7 months ago

Switzerland? Anyone?

Angel
Angel
7 months ago

Stefania uploaded the poll on her instagram story…so….that’s why she got the 1st place…but don’t act like this song is a crap song…it’s just a good song with highs and lows…a sick beat with some low points…but a very good beat

Mr X
Mr X
7 months ago

My current Top 10

1. Italy
2. Lithuania
3. Croatia
4. Romania
5. Spain
6. Norway
7. Ukraine
8. Czech Republic
9. Slovenia
10. United Kingdom

I don´t like Germany and Iceland is so far only mediocre for me.

The worst songs are Poland, Serbia and Moldova.

zzzaaaa
zzzaaaa
7 months ago
Reply to  Mr X

hmm, I like Poland song, hope it gets to final.

Eurovision
Eurovision
7 months ago

I love all top 4 songs

Jake
Jake
7 months ago

I think the pollsters go with a mix of good mainstream and cultural Eurovision songs. Whether less Eurovision fanatical fans prefer acts like Albania and Lithuania over the big five remains to be seen. Staging in Rotterdam is going to be even more important so I think some of the lower rated songs will rise inevitably.

Jake
Jake
7 months ago
Reply to  Jake

Second sentence *having said that the vote is wide open and not everyone has a favourite yet.

Tom Ripley
Tom Ripley
7 months ago

Greece and Albania in top3 ?

I prefer more Italy, Lithuania, Croatia…

Mr X
Mr X
7 months ago
Reply to  Tom Ripley

Me too !!!

Tom Ripley
Tom Ripley
7 months ago
Reply to  Mr X

There are other good song as UK and Romania too.

Tom Ripley
Tom Ripley
7 months ago
Reply to  Tom Ripley

This is not Balkan ballad and its not generic. The only thing what is generic is your comment saying that is generic balkand ballad.
It is ballad, but POP BALLAD, classical with harmony. And its not generic, its timelase. You might understand Croatian fully but apperently you dont understand meanings.
Anyway, you might not like it, but hey at least try to educate yourself about music before writing nonsense.

Liba
Liba
7 months ago

Albania as usual very high at such polls. Don‘t know why albanian people (same goes for italian and spanish) have to hype their own songs as hell.

Mirko
Mirko
7 months ago
Reply to  Liba

Italian? Really? We don’t used to hype our song as other country do every year!

Hullabaloo
Hullabaloo
7 months ago
Reply to  Liba

I’m pretty sure the Italy votes are legit. Italy tends to be a favourite for a lot of people every year, including myself. They simply always deliver.

Tom Ripley
Tom Ripley
7 months ago
Reply to  Liba

Italian… what you based on your opinion? Last year for example Italian didint need to vote for Mahmood as all Europe done that!

Mws
Mws
7 months ago

I’ve come to realise that with these ‘vote for your favourite Eurovision act so far’ polls, the most recent song to have just come out always seems to win. Don’t take these weekly polls too seriously people. Wake me up when March & April ends…. 🙂

TrueEuroFan
TrueEuroFan
7 months ago

Next year, I want to see Greece representing by the band! I saw one of the band members last years Greek spokesperson, so I want that band to represent Greece in Eurovision 2021 so badly after Stefania!

Onar
Onar
7 months ago
Reply to  TrueEuroFan

Are you talking about Gus G and the band Firewind?

TrueEuroFan
TrueEuroFan
7 months ago
Reply to  Onar

Yup!

Onar
Onar
7 months ago
Reply to  TrueEuroFan

That’d be glorious but sadly I don’t think it’ll happen anytime soon.

Aquan
Aquan
7 months ago

I like Croatia song, especially singer

Nils
Nils
7 months ago
Reply to  Aquan

agree. Croatia is amazing. I will vote and I hope it goes to final

Tom Ripley
Tom Ripley
7 months ago
Reply to  Aquan

I agree with you as well. Great voice and performance!

Harlow
Harlow
7 months ago

This for sure is a joke and not real lol no one voted that to number 1

Uk Guy
Uk Guy
7 months ago
Reply to  Harlow

This is for sure not a joke. Lithuania and Greece has at the moment the best songs.

Kosey
Kosey
7 months ago

I am hoping anybody with a sensible brain ignores this article.

Otis
Otis
7 months ago
Reply to  Kosey

ajajjaja talks the one with no brain.!!! this is called music taste. and everyone has its own. So teach some basic things to your brain about humanity. No Greek is dealing with Eurovision right now. Stefania has Fans in Netherlands too. so pls just move your head

Alex
Alex
7 months ago

Seriously Arilena where’s your revamp?

Somebody
Somebody
7 months ago

Greece is Albania 2.0 as of now.

Lokh
Lokh
7 months ago

She is too child. ESC smoothly turning in JESC.

Alex
Alex
7 months ago
Reply to  Lokh

Stop it. Get some help.

Jimmy Smit
Jimmy Smit
7 months ago

The biggest surprises of this poll for me are:
Australia all the way down at 11 (disappointingly) and the UK all the way up at 12 (pleasantly).

Semi Final 1 is going to be such a bloodbath. I really hope Ukraine goes to the Final. It looks like there will be some really good or fun songs not surviving SF1 and that is such a shame because SF2 is still looking comparatively much weaker.

Eurofangr
Eurofangr
7 months ago

Ok guys I’m greek and I know I was “aggresive” on supergirl’s article but even I know that the poll was rigged by Greeks, it happens every year. Yeah the song I believe could win but from the comments I saw (which are not even 1% of total eurovision viewers) it would end up between 10th-15th. Ukraine is still my number 1, the song just makes me feel like such a badass lol

Onar
Onar
7 months ago
Reply to  Eurofangr

I don’t think the poll was rigged at least not by the Greeks. Don’t forget that Stefania was born in the Netherlands and has fans there.

P.S. Let’s not kid ourselves, that song can’t win. I like Stefania, she’s lovely but the song is weak.

Eurofangr
Eurofangr
7 months ago
Reply to  Onar

Maybe in your opinion the song can’t win but let’s wait until May to see the opinion of all 200+ million viewers.

Onar
Onar
7 months ago
Reply to  Eurofangr

We shall see. I insist that it won’t win but if the performance is flawless it could get into top 10.

Sebastián
Sebastián
7 months ago

Really? This year is getting bad to worse

Jim
Jim
7 months ago
Reply to  Sebastián

Greece is way better than overrated Iceland and Lithuania that they are both joke entries like Ukraine 2008

Anita Mann
Anita Mann
7 months ago
Reply to  Jim

Ukraine 2008? LOL, on what planet?
Ani Lorak’s “Shady Lady” was anything but a joke entry!

Somebody
Somebody
7 months ago
Reply to  Anita Mann

It’s because Ani Lorak beat Kalomira with only 12 points to get the second spot, lol. He’s salty.

Film
Film
7 months ago
Reply to  Anita Mann

I think he probably meant Ukraine 2007 – Verka, not Ani Lorak

Craig
Craig
7 months ago

Why Poland so high? It’s average at best

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
7 months ago
Reply to  Craig

It’s 15th on a poll of 24 songs.
That is the very DEFINITION of average. 😉

Mr X
Mr X
7 months ago
Reply to  Craig

Poland is terrible.

Petee
Petee
7 months ago
Reply to  Mr X

Are you idiot? Her song is amazing

Petee
Petee
7 months ago
Reply to  Craig

Her song is amazing idiot

IVANOV
IVANOV
7 months ago

Not for long AHAH. Soon Russia’s Little Big is your new favourite Eurovision 2020 act until the final.

Petee
Petee
7 months ago
Reply to  IVANOV

Little big sucks. A troll band that only knows to mix weird cringe random sound all together

Puff
Puff
7 months ago

Ya the poll was rigged. Greece was really low on the poll but suddenly jumped to new heights…

ERN
ERN
7 months ago
Reply to  Puff

Yeah, maybe Russian bots rigged this poll too. [eyeroll]

EmilyG
EmilyG
7 months ago
Reply to  Puff

Greece was never low in the poll!
I was one of the very first people that voted and they were first with Lithuania with 15 votes.

lol
lol
7 months ago
Reply to  Puff

stop trying to spread fake news she was high up on the poll all the way through

Anita Mann
Anita Mann
7 months ago
Reply to  Puff

True, 1,000+ votes in the last hour or two.

Tom
Tom
7 months ago

TASTEFUL TOP 3

Michael
Michael
7 months ago

Of course it is!! Good luck Stefania!!!

Nicole
Nicole
7 months ago

I must say Greece is a grower, also I’m expecting something really good on stage since Fokas who was the stage director for Russia in 2016 is also directing the stage for Greece this year. I guess we shall wait and see.

vox
vox
7 months ago

Although i dont believe its a winner, Greece can pull a switzerland 2019 card, their song is as catchy as she got me. Live perfomance will elevate or break this

coca_cola
coca_cola
7 months ago

I am a middle age gay man so for sure I am not the target group of the Greek entry. Its more an entry for kids among 15 to 25 and for parents like my mother that loves both the song and especially this beautiful girl that could be the daughter she (thinks) she never had 🙂
For all the above reason I would not be surprised if Greece wins the entire thing this year.

Xanda
Xanda
7 months ago
Reply to  coca_cola

People usually are too harsh when they dont like a song, talking aggressively negative, so nice to see you respect it even tho u dont enjoy it and giving a reason behind. Good job sir

Petee
Petee
7 months ago
Reply to  coca_cola

They have good stage potential

BleuKnaveXD236
BleuKnaveXD236
7 months ago

Cool, I like Greece’s song… my favorite is a tie actually, between Germany and Ukraine. Belarus, Greece, and Lithuania are very good as well. My top ten is shaping up, but 17more songs to go so I expect some shaking up XD

Joe
Joe
7 months ago

It’s a good song. Wouldn’t call it a winner, but for Greece it’s definitely a step in the right direction. Lithuania is still my favorite.

Nicolas
Nicolas
7 months ago

Correction : Greece’s Stefania is GREEKS new favourite Eurovision 2020 act so far.

Mita
Mita
7 months ago
Reply to  Nicolas

If this is the case why wasn’t Greece number 1 last year? or the year before? or in 2017?

esc1234
esc1234
7 months ago
Reply to  Nicolas

In fact, due to political tentions with Turkey not a lot of Greeks know about the song, its not even trending on YouTube

Petee
Petee
7 months ago
Reply to  esc1234

Because for some reason youtube doesn’t recognize it ass Greek song

Michael
Michael
7 months ago
Reply to  Nicolas

If you don’t like Greek people it’s ok it’s your opinion but you tired us.Every post same comments

EmilyG
EmilyG
7 months ago

I don’t understand how the bookings have underrated Greece that much.
I will not be surprised at ALL if she manages to win the whole thing and take Eurovision to Athens next year.

ERN
ERN
7 months ago
Reply to  EmilyG

I suspect the main reason the bookies don’t rate Greece higher is because we have yet to hear a live performance of the song. Sure, it sounds great on tape, but how well can she sing it live?

Jo.
Jo.
7 months ago

-.-

Nick
Nick
7 months ago

It is a BOP!Great,upbeat,ethnic song of high quality!!!!