From women wearing protective cleaning masks to a young star dancing on an elevated diamond, this year’s Eurovision music videos traversed through darkness and glamour. Whether you were knocking your knees to Russia’s “Uno” or grabbing the tissues for Italy’s “Fai rumore”, the music videos were often mini-movies that could make you laugh or in some cases cry.

So, after binging on all 41 of them a few weeks ago, we asked our readers who had the best music video of Eurovision 2020. We received more than 10,000 votes and the results are now in. With 11.93% (that’s 1,225 votes to be exact), Malta’s Destiny has topped the ranking with her music video for “All Of My Love”.

“All Of My Love” — Destiny

The Maltese entry was among the bookmakers’ ten favourites to win this year’s competition. In the video, the impressive Maltese landscape provides the backdrop for Destiny to unleash her vocals — and at least one eagle. While she’s only 17, the music video portrays a woman in total control of herself. And most importantly, her message of self-empowerment shines through.

The sense of freedom that Destiny feels in the song’s lyrics comes through in the video, which highlights the stunning sights of Malta. We see Destiny working a series of looks — from ancient Maltese queen to modern opera diva. The girl from Junior Eurovision is now a woman and she’s spread her wings — and unfurled her gorgeous pashmina. To some the vistas — mountain, field, cliff, sea — may smack of Game of Thrones. Needless to say we know who the true Khaleesi is.

In second and third place are Armenia’s Athena Manoukian and Azerbaijan’s Efendi. While placing well behind Destiny, they’ve rightly come near the top. Armenia’s “Chains on You” transforms into a visual feast, replete with an oversized diamond where our girl stomps it out.

Meanwhile in Azerbaijan, Efendi turned out look after look, while working everything from a bathtub to a car in the desert. We don’t know where she’s driving. But we suspect it’s somewhere hot.

Full results: Best music video at Eurovision 2020

  1. Malta: Destiny  – “All Of My Love” 11.93% (1,225 votes)
  2. Armenia: Athena Manoukian – “Chains On You” 9.59% (985 votes)
  3. Azerbaijan: Efendi – “Cleopatra” 8.36% (858 votes)
  4. Russia: Little Big – “Uno” 7.42% (762 votes)
  5. Iceland: Daði og Gagnamagnið – “Think About Things” 6.22% (639 votes)
  6. Lithuania: The Roop – “On Fire” 6.04% (620 votes)
  7. Bulgaria: Victoria – “Tears Getting Sober” 5.52% (567 votes)
  8. Switzerland: Gjon’s Tears – “Répondez-moi” 5.40% (554 votes)
  9. Serbia: Hurricane – “Hasta La Vista” 4.16% (427 votes)
  10. Greece: Stefania – “Superg!rl” 4.14% (425 votes)
  11. Spain: Blas Cantó – “Universo” 3.55% (365 votes)
  12. Germany: Ben Dolic – “Violent Thing” 3.31% (340 votes)
  13. Romania: Roxen – “Alcohol You” 3.09% (317 votes)
  14. Latvia: Samanta Tīna – “Still Breathing” 2.63% (270 votes)
  15. United Kingdom: James Newman – “My Last Breath” 2.48% (255 votes)
  16. Netherlands: Jeangu Macrooy – “Grow” 2.25% (231 votes)
  17. Poland: Alicja – “Empires” 2.25% (231 votes)
  18. Italy: Diodato – “Fai rumore” 2.17% (223 votes)
  19. Ireland: Lesley Roy – “Story Of My Life” 1.60% (164 votes)
  20. San Marino: Senhit – “Freaky!” 1.20% (123 votes)
  21. Czech Republic: Benny Cristo – “Kemama” 1.06% (109 votes)
  22. Austria: Vincent Bueno – “Alive” 0.92% (94 votes)
  23. North Macedonia: Vasil – “You” 0.90% (92 votes)
  24. France: Tom Leeb – “Mon alliée (The Best in Me) 0.84% (86 votes)
  25. Georgia: Tornike Kipiani – “Take Me As I Am” 0.73% (75 votes)
  26. Cyprus: Sandro – “Running” 0.72% (74 votes)
  27. Moldova: Natalia Gordienko – “Prison” 0.60% (62 votes)
  28. Belgium: Hooverphonic – “Release Me” 0.59% (61 votes)
  29. Estonia: Uku Suviste – “What Love Is” 0.33% (34 votes)

Total Votes: 10,268

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3 years ago

where is Albania in this list helooooooooo

3 years ago

very rigged voting. LITTLE BIG UNO is very clearly the best and the only reason russia lost this poll is because everyone hates them

3 years ago
Reply to  sam

Well, yes… but no. People love Little Big and don’t care if it’s Russia or not. You can’t say everyone hate Russia when you see the result of the country in every year public vote 😉
Their clip is nice and funny but nothing really special. Malta’s one has nothing special but is well produced. My favorite is Armenia’s one. I don’t like the song but the clip is amazing!

3 years ago

Congrats to her!! Though my favourite was Azerbaijan.

3 years ago
Reply to  KESC

Have to agree with you. Mega budget but spent very well.

3 years ago

I think Iceland, Latvia, and Russia were better. Maltese music video wasn’t that memorable. It has beautiful land scapes, gorgeous Destiny, but no story line. It’s not a video you will remember instantly.