While New Year’s Eve may have a different feel to it for many in 2020, there’s one thing that hasn’t changed – the Eurovision Top 250 countdown. As always, the results of the ESC250 2020 poll, where fans pick their favourite 250 entries from the contest’s history, was broadcast throughout the day.

The big question of the day was whether Eurovision 2012 champion Loreen would once again emerge victorious, and in the end she did. Her song “Euphoria” has now come out on top of the countdown for the past nine consecutive years – that’s also known as ‘every single year since Loreen won Eurovision’.

Following the cancellation of Eurovision this year, many wondered if the 2020 entries would have stuck in the minds of fans when casting their ESC250 2020 votes. However, Diodato’s “Fai Rumore” managed to reach the top ten, placing eighth. The next highest 2020 contestant was Iceland’s Daði & Gagnamagnið, who finished 16th with “Think About Things”.

There were also a number of big rises for songs that had been featured over the summer and autumn as part of the #EurovisionAgain shows. In particular, Turkey’s 1988 representatives MFÖ rose 947 places in the ranking from last year and broke into the top 250 for the first time. They ended up at #184 with the song “Sufi”.

Voting for the ESC250 2020 countdown took place earlier this month. The full results were revealed by ESC Radio and Songfestival.be throughout the day.

ESC250 2020: The full results

The numbers in parentheses represent the song’s placing from last year’s ESC250.

1. (=) Loreen – “Euphoria” (Sweden 2012)
2. (3) Eleni Foureira – “Fuego” (Cyprus 2018)
3. (2) Duncan Laurence – “Arcade” (Netherlands 2019)
4. (7) Salvador Sobral – “Amar Pelos Dios” (Portugal 2017)
5. (=) KEiiNO – “Spirit In The Sky” (Norway 2019)
6. (8) Jamala – “1944” (Ukraine 2016)
7. (4) Mahmood – “Soldi” (Italy 2019)
8. (-) Diodato – “Fai Rumore” (Italy 2020)
9. (12) Pastora Soler – “Quedate Conmigo” (Spain 2012)
10. (9) Il Volo – “Grande Amore” (Italy 2015)

11. (6) Loïc Nottet – “Rhythm Inside” (Belgium 2015)
12. (10) Secret Garden – “Nocturne” (Norway 1995)
13. (21) Marija Šerifovic – “Molitva” (Serbia 2007)
14. (=) Sertab Erener – “Every Way That I Can” (Turkey 2003)
15. (=) MaNga – “We Could Be The Same” (Turkey 2010)
16. (-) Daði & Gagnamagnið – “Think About Things” (Iceland 2020)
17. (11) Blanche – “City Lights” (Belgium 2017)
18. (16) Sergey Lazarev – “You Are The Only One” (Russia 2016)
19. (20) ABBA – “Waterloo” (Sweden 1974)
20. (25) Sebnem Paker & Grup Ethnic – “Dinle” (Turkey 1997)

21. (19) Sanna Nielsen – “Undo” (Sweden 2014)
22. (18) Alexander Rybak – “Fairytale” (Norway 2009)
23. (17) Mans Zelmerlow – “Heroes” (Sweden 2015)
24. (13) HATARI – “Hatrið Mun Sigra” (Iceland 2019)
25. (24) Elina Born & Stig Rasta – “Goodbye To Yesterday” (Estonia 2015)
26. (-) VICTORIA – “Tears Getting Sober” (Bulgaria 2020)
27. (=) Helena Paparizou – “My Number One” (Greece 2005)
28. (=) Conchita Wurst – “Rise Like A Phoenix” (Austria 2014)
29. (22) Dami Im – “Sound of Silence” (Australia 2016)

30. (37) Iveta Mukuchyan – “LoveWave” (Armenia 2016)
31. (-) Gjon’s Tears – “Repondez-Moi” (Switzerland 2020)
32. (23) The Common Linnets – “Calm After The Storm” (Netherlands 2014)
33. (31) Poli Genova — “If Love Was A Crime” (Bulgaria 2016)
34. (35) Hadise – “Crazy For You (Dum Tek Tek)” (Turkey 2009)
35. (57) Anabel Conde – “Vuelve Conmigo” (Spain 1995)
36. (43) Urban Symphony – “Randajad” (Estonia 2009)
37. (33) Zeljko Joksimovic – “Lane Moje” (Serbia and Montenegro 2004)
38. (68) Gina G – “Ooh Ahh.. Just A Little Bit” (United Kingdom 1996)
39. (30) Aminata – “Love Injected” (Latvia 2015)

40. (-) THE ROOP – “On Fire” (Lithuania 2020)
41. (45) Kristian Kostov – “Beautiful Mess” (Bulgaria 2017)
42.  (36) Morland and Debrah Scarlett – “A Monster Like Me” (Norway 2015)
43. (59) Katrina and the Waves – “Love Shine A Light” (United Kingdom 1997)
44. (32) Emilie De Forest  – “Only Teardrops” (Denmark 2013)
45.  (49) Antique – “(I Would) Die For You” (Greece 2001)
46. (-) Ulrikke – “Attention” (Norway 2020)
47. (34) Luca Hanni – “She Got Me” (Switzerland 2019)
48. (38) Hari Mata Hari – “Lejla’ (Bosnia and Hercegovina 2006)
49. (39) Margaret Berger – “Feed You My Love’  (Norway 2013)

50. (107) Beth – “Dime” (Spain 2003)
51. (=) Lena – “Satellite” (Germany 2010)
52. (41) Francesco Gabbani – “Occidentali’s Karma” (Italy 2017)
53.  (82) Ruth Lorenzo – “Dancing In The Rain” (Spain 2014)
54. (42) Mia Martini – “Rapsodia” (Italy 1992)
55. (47) Tamta – “Replay” (Cyprus 2019)
56. (103) Doris Dragovic – “Maria Magdalena” (Croatia 1999)
57. (45) Polina Gagarina – “A Million Voices” (Russia 2015)
58. (53) Eugent Bushpepa – “Mall” (Albania 2018)
59. (68) Mocedades – “Eres tú” (Spain 1973)
60. (85) Céline Dion – “Ne partez pas sans moi” (Switzerland 1988)

61. (26) Conan Osiris – “Telemóveis” (Portugal 2019)
62. (60) Mélovin – “Under The Ladder” (Ukraine 2018)
63. (52) Lordi – “Hard Rock Hallelujah” (Finland 2006)
64. (77) Ivi Adamou – “La La Love” (Cyprus 2012)
65. (83) Verka Serduchka – “Dancing Lasha Tumbai” (Ukraine 2007)
66. (63) France Gall – “Poupée de cire, poupée de son” (Luxembourg)
67. (121) Jalisse – “Fiumi di parole” (Italy 1997)
68. (60) Yohanna – “Is it true?” (Iceland (2009)
69. (48) Michal Szpak – “Colour of Your Life” (Poland 2016)
70. (29) Nevena Bozovic – “Kruna” (Serbia 2019)

71. (122) Acúzar Moreno – “Bandido” (Spain 1990)
72. (46) Netta – “Toy” (Israel 2018)
73. (57) Anne-Marie David – “Tu te reconnaitras” (Luxembourg 1973)
74. (29) Ermal Meta & Fabrizio Moro – Non mi avete fatto niente (Italy 2018)
75. (-) Efendi – “Cleopatra” (Azerbaijan 2020)
76. (77) Ani Lorak – “Shady Lady” (Ukraine 2008)
77. (55) zalagaspar – “Sebi” (Slovenia 2019)
78. (40) Jonida Maliqi – “Ktheju Tökes” (Albania 2019)
79. (97) Shiri Maimon – “Hasheket Shenish’ar” (Israel 2005)
80. (74) Ruslana – “Wild Dances” (Ukraine 2004)

81. (47) AWS – “Viszlát Nyár” (Hungary 2018)
82. (90) Deli – “Mor Ve Ötesi” (Turkey 2008)
83. (86) Saara Aalto – “Monsters” (Finland 2018)
84. (78) Marco Mengoni – “L’essenziale” (Italy 2013)
85. (-) The Mamas – “Move” (Sweden 2020)
86. (93) AySel & Arash – “Always” (Azerbaijan 2009)
87. (56) Elina Nechayeva – “La Forza” (Estonia 2018)
88. (105) Amina – “La dernier qui parle…” (France 1991)
89. (52) Kate Miller-Heidke – “Zero Gravity” (Australia 2019)
90. (79) Eric Saade – “Popular” (Sweden 2011)

91. (109) Koit Toome & Laura – “Verona” (Estonia 2017)
92. (104) Elhaida Dani – “I’m Alive” (Albania 2015)
93. (84) Equinox – “Bones” (Bulgaria 2018)
94.(62) Johnny Logan – “Hold Me Now” (Ireland 1988)
95. (66) Jelena Tomaševic – “Oro” (Serbia 2008)
96.
(54) Zeljko Joksimovic – “Nije Ljubav Stvar” (Serbia 2012)
97.
(88) Patricia Kaas – “Et S’il Fallait Le Faire” (France 2009)
98.
(101) Marie Myriam – “L’oiseau Et L’enfant” (France 1977)
99.
(-) Little Big – “Uno” (Russia 2020)
100.
(92) Rona Nishliu – “Suus” (Albania 2012)

101. (234) Tajci – “Hajde Da Ludujemo” (Yugoslavia 1990)
102.
(91) Danijela – “Neka Mi Ne Svane” (Croatia 1998)
103.
(96) Dana International – “Diva” (Israel 1998)
104.
(75) Madame Monsieur – “Mercy” (France 2018)
105.
(112) Sirusho – “Qele Qele” (Armenia 2008)
106.
(108) Vania Fernandes – “Senhora Do Mar” (Portugal 2008)
107.
(113) Niamh Kavanagh – “In Your Eyes” (Ireland 1993)
108.
(72) Anouk – “Birds” (Netherlands 2013)
109.
(118) Carlos Paião – “Playback” (Portugal 1981)
110.
(117) Kristina – “Horehronie” (Slovakia 2010)

111. (131) Softengine – “Something Better” (Finland 2014)
112.
(67) Kaliopi – “Crno I Belo” (North Macedonia 2012)
113.
(102) Zlata Ognevich – “Gravity” (Ukraine 2013)
114.
(137) Paul Harrington & Charlie McGettigan – “Rock’n’Roll Kids” (Ireland 1994)
115.
(148) Imaani – “Where Are You” (United Kingdom 1998)
116.
(105) Benjamin Ingrosso – “Dance You Off” (Sweden 2018)
117.
(116) Sabina Babayeva – “When the Music Dies” (Azerbaijan 2012)
118.
(80) Carl Espen – “Silent Storm” (Norway 2014)
119.
(378) Samra – “Miracle” (Azerbaijan 2016)
120.
(-) Go_A – “Solovey” (Ukraine 2020)

121. (81) Lena – “Taken by a Stranger” (Germany 2011)
122.
(65) Tamara Todevska – “Proud” (North Macedonia 2019)
123.
(120) Cláudia Pascoal – “O Jardim” (Portugal 2018)
124.
(125) Kalomira – “Secret Combination” (Greece 2008)
125.
(149) Edsilia Rombley – “Hemel & Aarde” (Netherlands 1998)
126.
(142) Charlotte Perrelli – “Hero” (Sweden 2008)
127.
(199) Joy Fleming – “Ein Lied Kann Eine Brücke Sein” (Germany 1975)
128. (64) Amir – J’ai Cherché” (France 2016)
129.
(127) Sopho Khalvashi – “Visionary Dream” (Georgia 2007)
130.
(119) Edyta Gorniak – “To Nie Ja” (Poland 1994)

131. (134) Grethe & Jørgen Ingmann – “Dansevise” (Denmark 1963)
132.
(158) Safura – “Drip Drop” (Azerbaijan 2010)
133.
 (163) Gigliola Cinquetti – “Non Ho L’Età” (Italy 1964)
134. (153) Inga & Anush – “Jan Jan” (Armenia 2009)
135.
(114) Francesca Michielin – “No Degree Of Separation” (Italy 2016)
136.
(419) Maria Olafs – “Unbroken” (Iceland 2015)
137.
(-) Ben Dolic – “Violent Thing” (Germany 2020)
138.
(132) Elisabeth Andreassen – “I Evighet” (Norway 1996)
139.
(143) Domenico Modugno – “Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu” (Italy 1958)
140.
(159) Jana Burčeska – Dance Alone – “Dance Alone” (FYR Macedonia 2017)

171. (136) Alma – “Requiem” (France 2017)
172. (220) Lúcia Moniz – O meu coração não tem cor (Portugal 1996)
173. (178) Raphael – “Yo soy aquél” (Spain 1966)
174. (146) Yianna Terzi – “Onerio Mou” (Greece 2018)
175. (204) Paul Oscar – “Minn hinsti dans” (Iceland 1997)
176. (382) Katerina Garbi – “Ellada, Chora Tou Fotos” (Greece 1993)
177. (-) Samanta Tina – “Still Breathing” (Latvia 2020)
178. (124) Michael Schulte – “You Let Me Walk Alone” (Germany 2018)
179. (175) Manel Navarro – “Do It For Your Lover” (Spain 2017)
180. (-) Roxen – “Alcohol You” (Romania 2020)

181. (165) Charlotte Nilsson – “Take Me to Your Heaven” (Sweden 1999)
182. (-) Jeangu Macrooy – “Grow” (The Netherlands 2020)
183. () t.A.T.u. – “Ne ver’, ne boisia” (Russia 2003)
184. (1131) MFÖ – “Sufi” (Turkey 1988)
185. (168) Toto Cutugno – “Insieme: 1992” (Italy 1990)
186. (164) Katerine Duska – “Better Love” (Greece 2019)
187. (161) Urban Trad – “Sanomi” (Belgium 2003)
188. (500) Paloma San Basilio – “La fiesta terminó” (Spain 1985)
189. (-) Athena Manoukian – “Chains On You” (Armenia 2020)
190. (236) Sandra Kim – “J’aime la vie” (Belgium 1986)

191. (155) Regina – “Bistra voda” (Bosnia & Herzegovina 2009)
192. (370) Tommy Körberg – “Stad i ljus” (Sweden 1988)
193. (563) Aud Wilken – “Fra Mols til Skagen” (Denmark 1995)
194. (176) Elnur Huseynov – “Hour of the Wolf” (Azerbaijan 2015)
195. (196) Vanilla Ninja – “Cool Vibes” (Switzerland 2005)
196. (371) Sergio Dalma – “Bailar pegados” (Spain 1991)
197. (180) Nicole – “Ein bißchen Frieden” (Germany 1982)
198. (420) Silje Vige – “Alle mine tankar” (Norway 1993)
199. (135) Dihaj – “Skeletons” (Azerbaijan 2017)
200. (89) John Lundvik – “Too Late For Love” (Sweden 2019)

201. (140) Gali Atari & Milk and Honey – “Hallelujah” (Israel 1979)
202. (111) Michela – “Chameleon” (Malta 2019)
203. (296) Gülseren – “Rimi Rimi Ley” (Turkey 2005)
204. (188) Can Bonomo – “Love Me Back” (Turkey 2012)
205. (297) Simone de Oliveira – “Desfolhada portuguesa” (Portugal 1969)
206. (416) Sonja Lumme – “Eläköön elämä” (Finland 1985)
207. (-) Damir Kedžo – “Divlji vjetre” (Croatia 2020)
208. (262) O Torvald – “Time” (Ukraine 2017)
209. (213) Carola – “Invincible” (Sweden 2006)
210. (172) Nadav Guedj – “Golden Boy” (Israel 2015)

211. (151) Nina Sublatti – “Warrior” (Georgia 2015)
212. (150) Naviband – “Story Of My Life” (Belarus 2017)
213. (383) Doce – “Bem Bom” (Portugal 1982)
214. (299) Gromee feat. Lukas Meijer – “Light Me Up” (Poland 2018)
215. (154) Alyosha – “Sweet People” (Ukraine 2010)
216. (283) Agnete – “Icebreaker” (Norway 2016)
217. (268) Anna Odobescu – “Stay” (Moldova 2019)
218. (293) Kasia Kowalska – “Chce Znac Swoj Grzech…” (Poland 1996)
219. (210) Youddiph – “Vechniy Strannik” (Russia 1994)
220. (186) Valentina Monetta – “Crisalide” (San Marino 2013)

221. (545) Mekado – “Wir Geben ‘Ne Party” (Germany 1994)
222. (421) Sakis Rouvas – “This Is Our Night” (Greece 2009)
223. (279) Friderika – “Kinek Mondjam El Vétkeimet” (Hungary 1994)
224. (461) Karina – “En Un Mundo Nuevo” (Spain 1971)
225. (=) Umberto Tozzi & Raff – “Gente Di Mare” (Italy 1987)
226. (286) ZOË – “Loin D’Ici” (Austria 2016)
227. (98) Nox – “Forogj, Világ” (Hungary 2005)
228. (166) Chingiz – “Truth” (Azerbaijan 2019)
229. (248) Dulce Pontes – “Lusitana Paixão” (Portugal 1991)
230. (167) Maja Keuc – “No One” (Slovenia 2011)

231. (303) Hera Björk – “Je Ne Sais Quoi” (Iceland 2010)
232. (157) Justs – “Heartbeat” (Latvia 2016)
233. (126) Fazla – “Sva Bol Svijeta” (Bosnia & Herzegovina 1993)
234. (329) Lucía – “El” (Spain 1982)
235. (243) Zibbz – “Stones” (Switzerland 2018)
236. (399) Can-linn feat. Kasey Smith – “Heartbeat” (Ireland 2014)
237. (284) Cascada – “Glorious” (Germany 2013)
238. (217) Elina Konstantopoulou – “Pia Prossefchi” (Greece 1995)
239. (599) Jurij Veklenko – “Run With The Lions” (Lithuania 2019)
240. (232) Dschinghis Khan – “Dschinghis Khan” (Germany 1979)

241. (209) Sebalter – “Hunter Of Stars” (Switzerland 2014)
242. (-) Montaigne – “Don’t Break Me” (Australia 2020)
243. (366) Malcolm Lincoln – “Siren” (Estonia 2010)
244. (222) Maria Guinot – “Silencio E Tanta Gente” (Portugal 1984)
245. (274) Alekseev – “Forever” (Belarus 2018)
246. (280) Alex Panayi – “Sti Fotia” (Cyprus 1995)
247. (235) Anna Vissi – “Everything” (Greece 2006)
248. (190) Aram Mp3 – “Not Alone” (Armenia 2014)
249. (260) Teach-In – “Ding-A-Dong” (Netherlands 1975)
250. (427) Lena Valaitis – “Johnny Blue” (Germany 1981)

ESC250 2019: The full results

01. (=) Loreen – “Euphoria” (Sweden 2012)
02. (-) Duncan Laurence – “Arcade” (Netherlands 2019)
03. (2) Eleni Foureira – “Fuego” (Cyprus 2018)
04. (-) Mahmood – “Soldi” (Italy 2019)
05. (-) KEiiNO – “Spirit In The Sky” (Norway 2019)
06. (7) Loïc Nottet – “Rhythm Inside” (Belgium 2015)
07. (3) Salvador Sobral – “Amar Pelos Dois” (Portugal 2017)
08. (4) Jamala – “1944” (Ukraine 2016)
09. (6) Il Volo – “Grande Amore” (Italy 2015)

10. (=) Secret Garden – “Nocturne” (Norway 1995)
11. (5) Blanche – “City Lights” (Belgium 2017)
12. (8) Pastora Soler – “Quédate Conmigo” (Spain 2012)
13. (-) Hatari – “Hatrið Mun Sigra” (Iceland 2019)
14. (9) Sertab Erener – “Everyway That I Can” (Turkey 2003)
15. (14) maNga – “We Could Be The Same” (Turkey 2010)
16. (=) Sergey Lazarev – “You Are The Only One” (Russia 2016)
17. (=) Måns Zelmerlöw – “Heroes” (Sweden 2015)
18. (12) Alexander Rybak – “Fairytale” (Norway 2009)
19. (32) Sanna Nielsen – “Undo” (Sweden 2014)

20. (11) ABBA – “Waterloo” (Sweden 1974)
21. (13) Marija Šerifovic – “Molitva” (Serbia 2007)
22. (19) Dami Im – “Sound Of Silence” (Australia 2016)
23. (20) The Common Linnets – “Calm After The Storm” (Netherlands 2014)
24. (15) Elina Born & Stig Rästa – “Goodbye To Yesterday” (Estonia 2015)
25. (=) Sebnem Paker & Grup Ethnic – “Dinle” (Turkey 1997)
26. (-) Conan Osiris – “Telemóveis” (Portugal 2019)
27. (21) Helena Paparizou – “My Number One” (Greece 2005)
28. (18) Conchita Wurst – “Rise Like A Pheonix” (Austria 2014)
29. (-) Nevena Bozovic – “Kruna” (Serbia 2019)

30. (27) Aminata – “Love Injected” (Latvia 2015)
31. (22) Poli Genova – “If Love Was A Crime” (Bulgaria 2016)
32. (30) Emmelie De Forest – “Only Teardrops” (Denmark 2013)
33. (34) Zeljko Joksimovic – “Lane moje” (Serbia & Montenegro 2004)
34. (-) Luca Hänni – “She Got Me” (Switzerland 2019)
35. (=) Hadise – “Düm Tek Tek” (Turkey 2009)
36. (26) Mørland & Debrah Scarlett – “A Monster Like Me” (Norway 2015)
37. (33) Iveta Mukuchyan – “LoveWave” (Armenia 2016)
38. (39) Hari Mata Hari – “Lejla” (Bosnia & Herzegovina 2006)
39. (36) Margaret Berger – “I Feed You My Love” (Norway 2013)

40. (-) Jonida Maliqi – “Ktheju Tökes” (Albania 2019)
41. (24) Francesco Gabbani – “Occidentali’s Karma” (Italy 2017)
42. (95) Mia Martini – “Rapsodia” (Italy 1992)
43. (28) Urban Symphony – “Rändajad” (Estonia 2009)
44. (29) Ermal Meta & Fabrizio Moro – “Non mi avete fatto niente” (Italy 2018)
45. (42) Kristian Kostov – “Beautiful Mess” (Bulgaria 2017)
46. (23) Netta – “Toy” (Israel 2018)
47. (-) Tamta – “Replay” (Cyprus 2019)
48. (31) Michał Szpak – “Color Of Your Life” (Poland 2016)
49. (48) Antique – “Die for You” (Greece 2001)

50. (45) Polina Gagarina – “A Million Voices” (Russia 2015)
51. (41) Lena – “Satellite” (Germany 2010)
52. (-) Kate Miller-Heidke – “Zero Gravity” (Australia 2019)
53. (37) Eugent Bushpepa – “Mall” (Albania 2018)
54. (55) Zeljko Joksimovic – “Nije ljubav stvar” (Serbia 2012)
55. (-) zalagasper – “Sebi” (Slovenia 2019)
56. (40) Elina Nechayeva – “La Forza” (Estonia 2018)
57. (51) Anabel Conde – “Vuelve Conmigo” (Spain 1995)
58. (57) Anne-Marie David – “Tu te Reconnâitras” (Luxembourg 1973)
59. (43) Katrina and the Waves – “Love Shine a Light” (United Kingdom 1997)

60. (38) Yohanna – “Is It True?”
61. (86) Moje 3 – “Ljubav Je Svuda”
62. (68) Mocedades – “Eres Tu” (Spain 1973)
63. (59) France Gall – “Poupée de cire, poupée de son” (Luxembourg 1965)
64. (65) Amir – “J’ai cherché” (France 2016)
65. (-) Tamara Todevska – “Proud” (North Macedonia 2019)
66. (53) Jelena Tomaševic – “Oro” (Serbia 2008)
67. (96) Kaliopi – “Crno I Belo” (North Macedonia 2012)
68. (78) Gina G. – “Ooh Aah… Just a Little Bit” (United Kingdom 1996)
69. (62) Johnny Logan – “Hold Me Now” (Ireland 1987)

70. (77) Ivi Adamou – “La La Love” (Cyprus 2012)
71. (47) AWS – “Viszlát Nyár” (Hungary 2018)
72. (80) Anouk – “Birds” (Netherlands 2013)
73. (105) Amina – “La dernier qui a parlé…” (France 1991)
74. (46) Ruslana – “Wild Dances” (Ukraine 2004)
75. (44) Madame Monsieur – “Mercy” (France 2018)
76. (52) Lordi – “Hard Rock Hallelujah” (Finland 2006)
77. (49) Ani Lorak – “Shady Lady” (Ukraine 2008)
78. (76) Marco Mengoni – “L’essenziale” (Italy 2013)
79. (56) Eric Saade – “Popular” (Sweden 2011)

80. (111) Carl Espen – “Silent Storm” (Norway 2014)
81. (91) Lena – “Taken by a Stranger” (Germany 2011)
82. (73) Ruth Lorenzo – “Dancing in the Rain” (Spain 2014)
83. (97) Verka Serduchka – “Dancing Lasha Tumbai” (Ukraine 2007)
84. (54) Equinox – “Bones” (Bulgaria 2018)
85. (88) Céline Dion – “Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi” (Switzerland 1988)
86. (82) Saara Aalto – “Monsters” (Finland 2018)
87. (50) Shiri Maimon – “Hasheket Shenish’ar” (Israel 2005)
88. (63) Patricia Kaas – “Et s’il fallait le faire” (France 2009)
89. (-) John Lundvik – “Too Late For Love” (Sweden 2019)

90. (83) Mor ve Ötesi – Deli (Turkey 2008)
91. (74) Danijela – “Neka Mi Ne Svane” (Croatia 1998)
92. (58) Rona Nishliu – “Suus” (Albania 2012)
93. (71) Aysel & Arash – “Always” (Azerbaijan 2009)
94. (-) Miki – “La Venda” (Spain 2019)
95. (69) Ott Lepland – “Kuula” (Estonia 2012)
96. (75) Dana International – “Diva” (Israel 1998)
97. (98) Knez – “Adio” (Montenegro 2015)
98. (220) NOX – “Forogj, vilàg!” (Hungary 2005)
99. (93) Eimear Quinn – “The Voice” (Ireland 1996)

100. (-) Sergey Lazarev – “Scream” (Russia 2019)
101. (90) Marie Myriam – “L’oiseau Et L’enfant” (France 1977)
102. (72) Zlata Ognevich – “Gravity” (Ukraine 2013)
103. (85) Doris Dragovic – “Maria Magdalena” (Croatia 1999)
104. (92) Elhaida Dani – “I’m Alive” (Albania 2015)
105. (81) Benjamin Ingrosso – “Dance You Off” (Sweden 2018)
106. (-) Silvía Night – “Congratulations” (Iceland 2006)
107. (243) Beth – “Dime” (Spain 2003)
108. (66) Vania Fernandes – “Senhora do Mar” (Portugal 2008)
109. (64) Koit Toome & Laura – “Verona” (Estonia 2017)

110. (89) Joci Papai – “Origo” (Hungary 2017)
111. (-) Michela – “Chameleon” (Malta 2019)
112. (101) Sirusho – “Qélé Qélé” (Armenia 2008)
113. (99) Niamh Kavanagh – “In Your Eyes” (Ireland 1993)
114. (84) Francesca Michielin – “No Degree of Separation” (Italy 2016)
115. (61) Ieva Zasimauskaite – “When We’re Old” (Lithuania 2018)
116. (67) Sabina Babayeva – “When the Music Dies” (Azerbaijan 2012)
117. (104) Kristina – “Horehronie” (Slovakia 2010)
118. (-) Carlos Paião – “Playback” (Portugal 1981)
119. (110) Edyta Gorniak- “To nie ja!” (Poland 1994)

120. (102) Claudia Pascoal – “O Jardim” (Portugal 2018)
121. (87) Jalisse – “Fiumi di parole” (Italy 1997)
122. (137) Azúcar Moreno – “Bandido” (Spain 1990)
123. (-) Alice & Franco Battiato – “I Treni di Tozeur” (Italy 1984)
124. (79) Michael Schulte – “You Let Me Walk Alone” (Germany 2018)
125. (114) Kalomira – “Secret Combination” (Greece 2008)
126. (-) Fazla – “Sva Bol Svijeta” (Bosnia & Herzegovina 1993)
127. (125) Sopho Khalvashi – “Visionary Dream” (Georgia 2007)
128. (103) Harel Skaat – “Milim” (Israel 2010)
129. (100) Norma John – “Blackbird” (Finland 2017)

130. (139) Paula Seling & Ovi – “Playing With Fire” (Romania 2010)
131. (123) Softengine – “Something Better” (Finland 2014)
132. (234) Elisabeth Andreassen – “I evighet” (Norway 1996)
133. (115) Vicky Leandros – “Après Toi” (Luxembourg 1972)
134. (146) Grethe & Jørgen Ingmann – “Dansevise” (Denmark 1963)
135. (126) Dihaj – “Skeletons” (Azerbaijan 2017)
136. (128) Alma – “Requiem” (France 2017)
137. (112) Paul Harrington & Charlie McGettigan – “Rock’n’Roll Kids” (Ireland 1994)
138. (170) Natasha St-Pier – “Je N’ai Que Mon Âme” (France 2001)
139.  (232) TaTu – “Ne ver, ne boisia” (Russia 2003)

140. (160) Milk & Honey with Gali – “Hallelujah” (Israel 1979)
141. (70) Mikolas Josef – “Lie to Me” (Czech Republic 2018)
142. (122) Charlotte Perrelli – “Hero” (Sweden 2008)
143. (108) Domenico Modugno – “Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu” (Italy 1958)
144. (60) MELOVIN – “Under the Ladder” (Ukraine 2018)
145. (155) Athena – “For Real” (Turkey 2004)
146. (106) Yianna Terzi – “Oneiro Mou” (Greece 2018)
147. (117) Brainstorm – “My Star” (Latvia 2000)
148. (-) Imaani – “Where Are You” (UK 1998)
149. (=) Edsilia Rombley – “Hemel & Aarde” (Netherlands 1998)

150. (143) Naviband – “Historyja Majho Zyccia” (Belarus 2017)
151. (145) Nina Sublatti – “Warrior” (Georgia 2015)
152. (-) Ester Peony – “On a Sunday” (Romania 2019)
153. (118) Inga & Anush – “Jan Jan” (Armenia 2009)
154. (136) Alyosha – “Sweet People” (Ukraine 2010)
155. (142) Regina – “Bistra Voda” (Bosnia & Herzegovina 2009)
156. (-) Tulia – “Fire Of Love” (Poland 2019)
157. (207) Justs – “Heartbeat” (Latvia 2016)
158. (141) Safura – “Drip Drop” (Azerbaijan 2010)
159. (174) Jana Burceska – “Dance Alone” (North Macedonia 2017)

160. (-) Serhat – “Say Na Na Na” (San Marino 2019)
161. (130) Urban Trad – “Sanomi” (Belgium 2003)
162. (119) Lucie Jones – “Never Give Up On You” (UK 2017)
163. (120) Gigliola Cinquetti – “Non Ho L’Età” (Italy 1964)
164. (-) Katerine Duska – “Better Love” (Greece 2019)
165. (167) Charlotte Nilsson – Take Me To Your Heaven (Sweden 1999)
166. (-) Chingiz – “Truth” (Azerbaijan 2019)
167. (14) Maja Keuc – No One (Slovenia 2011)
168. (188) Toto Cutugno – “Insieme 1992” (Italy 1990)
169. (129) Elnur & Samir – “Day After Day” (Azerbaijan 2008)

170. (121) Ofra Haza – “Hi” (israel 1983)
171. (169) Carola – “Fångad Av En Stormvind” (Sweden 1991)
172. (124) Nadav Guedj – “Golden Boy” (Israel 2015)
173. (-) Bilal Hassani – “Roi” (France 2019)
174. (173) One More Time – “Den Vilda” (Sweden 1996)
175. (-) Manel Navarro – “Do It for Your Lover” (Spain 2017)
176. (135) Elnur Huseynov – “Hour of the Wolf” (Azerbaijan 2015)
177. (238) Greta Salome – Hear Them Calling (Iceland 2016)
178. (204) Raphael – “Yo Soy Aquel” (Spain 1966)
179. (-) CatCat – “Bye Bye Baby” (FInland 1994)

180. (156) Nicole – “Ein Bisschen Frieden” (Germany 1982)
181. (162) Euroband – “This Is My Life” (Iceland 2008)
182. (202) Gabriela Guncikova – “I Stand” (Czech Republic 2016)
183. (244) Séverine – “Un Banc, Un Arbre, Une Rue” (Monaco 1971)
184. (133) Duo Datz – “Kan” (Israel 1991)
185. (94) César Sampson – “Nobody But You” (Austria 2018)
186. (148) Valentina Monetta – “Crisalide” – (San Marino 2013)
187. (-) Sanja Illic & Balkanika – “Nova Deca” (Serbia 2018)
188. (-) Can Bonomo – “Love Me Back” (Turkey 2012)
189. (-) Lake Malawi – “Friend of a Friend” (Czech Republic 2019)

190. (113) Aram MP3 – “Not Alone” (Armenia 2014)
191. (-) Hara & Andreas Constantinou – “Mana Mou” (Cyprus 1999)
192. (138) Rasmussen – “Higher Ground” (Denmark 2018)
193. (-) Selma – “All Out of Luck” (Iceland 1999)
194. (246) Nika Kocharov & The Young Georgian Lolitaz – “Midnight Gold” (Georgia 2016)
195. (-) Eva Rivas – “Apricot Stone” (Armenia 2010)
196. (232) Vanilla Ninja – “Cool Vibes” (Switzerland 2005)
197. (223) Greta Salome & Jonsi – “Never Forget” (Iceland 2012)
198. (144) Gigliola Cinquetti – “Si” (Italy 1974)
199. (151) Joy Fleming – “Ein Lied Kann Eine Brücke Sein” (Germany 1975)

200. (147) Brotherhood of Man – “Save All Your Kisses For Me” (UK 1976)
201. (-) Anonymous – “Salvem El Món” (Andorra 2007)
202. (209) Nina Zilli – “L’Amore E Femmina” (Italy 2012)
203. (107) Ryan O’Shaughnessy – “Together” (Ireland 2018)
204. (191) Paul Oscar – “Minn Hinsti Dans” (Iceland 1997)
205. (161) Dima Bilan -“Believe” (Russia 2008)
206. (-) Cleopatra – “Olou Tou Kosmou I Elpida” (Greece 1992)
207. (248) Tijana Bogicevic – “In Too Deep” (Serbia 2017)
208. (-) Who See – “Igranka” (Montenegro 2013)
209. (153) Sebalter – “Hunter of Stars” (Switzerland 2014)

210. (-) Youddiph – “Vechniy Strannik” (Russia 1994)
211. (-) Victor Crone – “Storm” (Estonia 2019)
212. (186) Frida Boccara – “Un Jour, Un Enfant” (France 1969)
213. (196) Carola – “Invincible” (Sweden 2006)
214. (-) Daria – “Celebrate” (Croatia 2011)
215. (194) Ruth Jacott – “Vrede” (Netherlands 1993)
216. (-) Jon Lilygreen & The Islanders – “Life Looks Better In Spring” (Cyprus 2010)
217. (-) Elina Konstantopoulou – “Pia Prossefchi” (Greece 1995)
218. (-) Virginie Pouchain – “Il Était Temps” (France 2006)
219. (-) Nuša Derenda – “Energy” (Slovenia 2001)

220. (225) Lúcia Moniz – “O Meu Coração Não Tem Cor” (Portugal 1996)
221. (-) Eldrine – “One More Day” (Georgia 2011)
222. (154) Maria Guinot – “Silencio E Tanta Gente” (Portugal 1984)
223. (127) Jessica Mauboy – “We Got Love” (Australia 2018)
224. (213) Guy Sebastian – “Tonight Again” (Australia 2015)
225. (247) Umberto Tozzi & Raff – “Gente Di Mare” (Italy 1987)
226. (230) Dima Bilan – “Never Let You Go” (Russia 2006)
227. (242) Pernilla Karlsson – “När Jag Blundar” (Finland 2012)
228. (-) ZENA – “Like It” (Belarus 2019)
229. (-) Nevada – “Neste barco à vela” (Portugal 1987)

230. (224) Dino Merlin – “Love In Rewind” (Bosnia & Herzegovina 2011)
231. (177) Frans – “If I Were Sorry” (Sweden 2016)
232. (-) Dschinghis Khan – “Dschinghis Khan” (Germany 1979)
233. (-) Natalia Barbu – “Fight” (Moldova 2007)
234. (206) Tajci – “Hajde Da Ludujemo” (Yugoslavia 1990)
235. (197) Anna Vissi – “Everything” (Greece 2006)
236. (245) Sandra Kim – “J’aime La Vie” (Belgium 1986)
237. (116) Sennek – “A Matter Of Time” (Belgium 2018)
238. (249) Hovi Star – “Made Of Stars” (Israel 2016)
239. (-) Sürpriz – “Reise Nach Jerusalem” (Germany 1999)

240. (171) Semiha Yanki – “Seninle Bir Dakika” (Turkey 1975)
241. (-) Sibel Tüzün – “Süperstar” (Turkey 2006)
242. (-) Louisa Baileche – “Monts Et Merveilles” (France 2003)
243. (176) Zibbz – “Stones” (Switzerland 2018)
244. (-) Max Jason Mai – “Don’t Close Your Eyes” (Slovakia 2012)
245. (159) Raphael Gualazzi – “Madness Of Love” (Italy 2011)
246. (219) A Friend in London – “New Tomorrow” (Denmark 2011)
247. (-) Kejsi Tola – “Carry Me In Your Dreams” (Albania 2009)
248. (211) Dulce Pontes – “Lusitana Paixão” (Portugal 1991)
249. (229) Ilinca (feat. Alex Florea) – “Yodel It!” (Romania 2017)
250. (-) Tonicha – “Menina” (Portugal 1971)

What do you make of the ESC250 2020 countdown results? Who did you vote for? Let us know all your thoughts in the comments below!

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Andi
Andi
2 months ago

I’m shocked! Where’s my #1? (Olsen Brothers – Fly on the Wings of Love)

LaVoixCZ
2 months ago

Btw, the results with Maria Ólafs: Unbroken are clearly most fishy of all :DDDDD she went from #419 to #136 and according to the full results, she got 53x (!!!!!) twelve points, which is the nineteenth highest score of “12 points”. Then she got JUST 2x 10 points, 0x 8 points, 0x 7 points, 0x 6 points, 0x 5 points, 1x 4 points, 0x 3 points, 2x 2 points, 1x 1 point. I mean, this is so funny cause I would never ever vote for Unbroken even if they payed me for it. Especially with the terrible English version of… Read more »

Last edited 2 months ago by LaVoixCZ
LaVoixCZ
2 months ago

Planet of Blue (Germany 1996) went from #1046 to #307. Very nice that all of the “semifinals” are being counted! Not like a really disappointing #EurovisionAgain -.-
(which even picked just 26 songs and nobody knows why just those and not one for each of the countries that at least once did not make it through, so unfair and the official eurovision channel always irritates me so much)

btw, Suzy is #497 (0 first places) and Conan Osíris #61 (21 first places)

https://songfestival.be/en/top-250-2020/exclusief-de-volledige-resultaten-van-de-esc-top-250-2020/

TheDr Mistery
TheDr Mistery
2 months ago

“Mana Mou” was in 1997, not 1999.

TheDr Mistery
TheDr Mistery
2 months ago

I’m thrilled my top 4 of the previous year (Italy, Iceland, Bulgaria and Switzerland) were the highest rated entries of 2020.

Last edited 2 months ago by TheDr Mistery
together
together
2 months ago

wait, Manel Navarro is on this list?! WHY?!

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
2 months ago
Reply to  together

judging by the amount of spanish songs that made it, it seems like many delulu spanish fans have been submitting lists entirely made up of their own songs lmao no other explaination really

Stommie
Stommie
2 months ago

Greta Salome won the non-qualifiers edition of #eurovisionagain but didn’t make it in this list.

Josh
Josh
2 months ago

Had ESC 2020 taken place, it probably would’ve been a fight between Iceland, Italy, Bulgaria, and Switzerland. The clear runaway favorites of the year. Looking forward to ESC 2021!

Joe
Joe
2 months ago
Reply to  Josh

Actually, looks like Lithuania would be up there too

Josh
Josh
2 months ago
Reply to  Joe

Yes yes. Lithuania too. The Roop were definitely contenders as well.

Together
Together
2 months ago
Reply to  Josh

I’d say between Switzerland and Russia. I’d vote for the 1st but can see the mass appeal of the 2nd.

Stephanie
Stephanie
2 months ago

Eleni Foureira on 2, Salvador on 4, Keiino on 5, Jamala on 6, IL Volo on 10. WHY??? Come on there are so many BETTER songs than those five. ABBA is not even in the top 10, just like Loic Nottet, Secret Garden and The Commom Linnits! I literally have no words. So disappointed!!! But thank you for voting Pastora Soler into the top 10. At least there are three good songs in the 10.

Marc
Marc
2 months ago
Reply to  Stephanie

Salvador has the biggest score in Esc.
Il Volo and Keiino.. Televoting winners. Epic performances.
Jamala won and over 300 points in televote.
Eleni always a big fan favourite.
All being high make sense I guess.
I really love Loïc, Common Linnets and Savage Garden that being said 🙂

Joe
Joe
2 months ago
Reply to  Marc

Savage Garden did Truly Madly Deeply. Secret Garden did Nocturne. I’m sad they’re not in the top ten but I’m glad they’re still the highest-ranking act from before the 21st century.

Iván el Conquistador
Iván el Conquistador
2 months ago

It’s Azúcar Moreno, not “Acúzar Moreno”. Sorry for being a grammar nazi.

dxi
dxi
2 months ago

I’m so happy for Diodato!! Makes me wonder if he would’ve won the real contest.

Zuzu
Zuzu
2 months ago
Reply to  dxi

I think he would have, it’s an amazing song. 8th place is very low if you ask me.

Stephanie
2 months ago
Reply to  Zuzu

But at the same time, he beat out the mega fan favorites on the chart like Dadi and The Roop. His performance in Verona was breathtaking, and it was literally sung everywhere in Italy during its national lockdown to help keep people’s spirits up

Jofty
Jofty
2 months ago
Reply to  Zuzu

I agree. I think the juries would have done a Norway 2019 to Iceland. Germany may have won jury vote.

Leo
Leo
2 months ago
Reply to  Jofty

Iceland would have done well with the jury (read Tonight Again, Hey Mama, Toy). Russia would have got more televotes as some in the south east May have blanked Iceland, but Iceland would have fared way better with jury.

mark dowd
mark dowd
2 months ago

I can’t take any poll seriously that places a string of recent average non qualifiers over serial classics like the 1972 and 1977 winners.

James
James
2 months ago
Reply to  mark dowd

Well, this whole countdown is based on preferential votes by those who took part.

TheDr Mistery
TheDr Mistery
2 months ago
Reply to  mark dowd

I bet majority of the voters only started watching in 2010s so there’s that. I’m happy for inclusion of every entry before semi-final era.

Last edited 2 months ago by TheDr Mistery
Kosey
Kosey
2 months ago

So pleased that KeiiNO held their position in the top 5. Duncan’s was a good entry but I think KeiiNO would have made a more memorable winner in years to come.

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
2 months ago

Oh, Fai Rumore topped the 2020 song results. That’s a nice surprise!

kohen
kohen
2 months ago

Well it proves that Diodato would have won the contest If it’s actually happened..

Marios
2 months ago
Reply to  kohen

Well….not really though!!

Whisker
Whisker
2 months ago

Fai Rumore has done so well!!! I’m super excited about this!

hebbuzz
hebbuzz
2 months ago

Obviously this year a lot of extra voters from spain as all their entries are on the rise.

Same goes for azerbaijan and armenia, but hard to imagine that has nothing to do with their stupid war.

leo
leo
2 months ago
Reply to  hebbuzz

I dont think that’s the case if the Armenian entry that had so much potential to be known well beyond Europe is 189th on this list. I have long remained adamant that Chains On You was a more realistic rival for Dadi than Lithuania or Russia (no disrespect to them, as i do have On Fire as my 4th place behind Armenia, Iceland and Malta), for similar reasons as to why Cyprus was Israel’s only title rival in Lisbon rather than Norway, Bulgaria or France (plus that I find Chains more inventive, intelligent and titillating than Fuego, which itself is… Read more »

Last edited 2 months ago by leo
leo
leo
2 months ago
Reply to  leo

Also, from the perspective of my opinion on Azeri entries, Truth should be way higher and Running Scared, whilst not the most profound or iconic winner, should be on the top 250, so, whilst not as profound a problem to me as the low position of Chains, Azerbaijan also has some ace songs not treated well on this list. So the conflict probably had no effect.

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
2 months ago

As much as I think Iceland were going to win in 2020, Italy getting the highest positions here shows that they had a chance of being the closest contender. That’s something I agree with but wasn’t quite sure was going to happen at the time.

Skiwalko
Skiwalko
2 months ago

And here’s how many times each edition was represented this year: -20- 2019 (ALB, AUS, AZE, CYP, GRE, ICE, ITA, LIT, MOL, MLT, NET, NMC, NOR, PRT, RUS, SER, SLV, SPA, SWE, SWI) 2020 (ALB, ARM, AUS, AZE, BUL, CRO, GER, ICE, ITA, LAT, LIT, MLT, NET, NOR, ROM, RUS, SER, SWE, SWI, UKR) -19- 2018 (ALB, BLR, BUL, CZE, CYP, EST, FIN, FRA, GER, GRE, HUN, ISR, ITA, LIT, POL, PRT, SWE, SWI, UKR) -14- 2017 (AZE, BLR, BEL, BUL, EST, FIN, FRA, HUN, ITA, NMC, PRT, SPA, UKR, UK) -13- 2015 (ALB, AZE, BEL, EST, GEO, ICE, ISR,… Read more »

Last edited 2 months ago by Skiwalko
Lilli
Lilli
2 months ago

I am half swedish, half cypriot so I am HAPPY both my countries on top 😀 <3

Last edited 2 months ago by Lilli
Skiwalko
Skiwalko
2 months ago

Breakdown showing how many times each country appeared in this year’s ESC250:

14 – ITA, SWE
13 – SPA
10 – GER, NOR, PRT
9 – GRE, TUR, UKR
8 – AZE, ICE, ISR
7 – FRA
6 – EST, NET, RUS, SER, SWI
5 – ALB, ARM, BEL, FIN, IRE, UK
4 – BUL, CRO, CYP, HUN, LAT, POL
3 – AUS, BOS, DEN, LIT, LUX, NMC
2 – AUT, GEO, MLT, ROM, SLV
1 – CZE, MOL, MNE, SMR, S&M, SLK, YUG
0 – AND, MNC, MOR

Last edited 2 months ago by Skiwalko
leo
leo
2 months ago
Reply to  Skiwalko

How is Stay the only Moldovan song there? It should have been in the bottom 3 of its heat (no disrespect) not 12th, and the country has sent 10 entries that are many many times superior, particularly 2017, and also 2018, 2011, 2012 and 2005. Those 5 were brilliant fun.

Nobody Important
Nobody Important
2 months ago

Pretends to be shocked… Again.

Julian
Julian
2 months ago

Wait… where is NETTA…

Tom
Tom
2 months ago
Reply to  Julian

Tanked

leo
leo
2 months ago
Reply to  Julian

she should have been way higher than 72nd. Not to everyone’s taste, but one of the true greats, along with Loreen, Salvador, Conchita and Foureira (and in my opinion, Joci, who was only 155th, and Athena, who was only 189th, should also be seen in the top 25 at least).

Last edited 2 months ago by leo
Belle
Belle
2 months ago

Btw Italy is so overrated. Don’t get the hype.

AM2PM
AM2PM
2 months ago
Reply to  Belle

Agreed, I don’t get the fuss over Soldi.

James
James
2 months ago
Reply to  Belle

Volare is a very popular song hence it’s there.

Skiwalko
Skiwalko
2 months ago

New year, same old winner, and so be it. I’m so happy such gems as “Bem Bom”, “Alle mine tankar”, “Fra Mols til Skagen”, “Stad i ljus” and “Siren” made the list. Funnily enough, there’s a thick fog here tonight, thus all you can see in the sky is a giant colorful impressionist blur, accompanied by drunk students’ shrieks. 2021 is gonna be interesting 🙂

Belle
Belle
2 months ago

Go Loreen and Euphoria. The best ESC act ever.

Aris
Aris
2 months ago

Fuego still burning
Queen Foureira !

Jo.
Jo.
2 months ago

well, not a surprise that Euphoria won again, especially since that wasn’t much competition from this non-ESC year. Still, Diodato managed to finish 8th, and I’ll drink to that!
Happy and healthy new year everybody!

Joe
Joe
2 months ago
Reply to  Jo.

Further proving my point that Italy would’ve won if the contest had actually happened.

Alc
Alc
2 months ago
Reply to  Joe

Do you really think they would let Italy win?

EscQueen
EscQueen
2 months ago

Hey Wiwibloggs pleasd create an annual chart where songs from ESC national finals are ranked, that would be great ?

Joe
Joe
2 months ago

Slight typo: Mor ve Ötesi was the band, “Deli” was the song, not the other way around.

Joey
Joey
2 months ago
Reply to  Joe

There are more typos, tho. 🙂

Neil
Neil
2 months ago

It’s nice to see Elhadia Dani up here but she deserves better. My most favorite ESC song <3

Richie
Richie
2 months ago

For top 10…

Belgium 2017
Portugal 2017
Iceland 2009
Norway 1995
Estonia 2015
Ireland 1987
Belgium 2015
Germany 1981
Sweden 2012
Austia 2014

Greetings from Germany:)

Skiwalko
Skiwalko
2 months ago

Man, I love ESC250. Here’s hoping we have a new winner this year. I have nothing against “Euphoria”, it’s a good song, but it’d be nice to finally break the mold.

My votes: Belgium ’80, Ireland ’67, Norway ’86, Netherlands ’93, Denmark ’66, Portugal ’81, Finland ’77, UK ’83, France ’94, Greece ’93

Jofty
Jofty
2 months ago
Reply to  Skiwalko

Ireland 1967? Wow I’m impressed! A beautiful song possibly overshadowed by that year’s winner.

Skiwalko
Skiwalko
2 months ago
Reply to  Jofty

One of my all-time favourites, I hope one day I’ll get the chance to see those hills of Clare for myself. Sean Dunphry and his band recorded so many beautiful songs, like “Valley of Knockanure” or “The Lonely Woods Of Upton”… I wasn’t sure whether to put this or “Prisluhni mi” on my ballot, but I think Dunphry’s entry best represents a timeless love ballad, a musical gift that keeps on giving as you get older.

Jofty
Jofty
2 months ago
Reply to  Skiwalko

I sure hope you do! Dickie Rock (!) 1966 was also nice and stands the test of time. I also think Ireland 1969 was no better or worse that the 4 multiple winning entries.

Whisker
Whisker
2 months ago

Thunder and lightning it’s getting exciting! Is there a new winner?

CROISSANT
CROISSANT
2 months ago

Warrior brutaly underrated, anyway I´m happy to see Zibbz there

Kosey
Kosey
2 months ago

Glad to see Agnete break into this chart – she still deserves much better than 216th though.

Jo.
Jo.
2 months ago

oh dear, I forgot about this and didn’t vote…
but at least it’s nice to see that Russia 1994 has made de cut.

Last edited 2 months ago by Jo.
Leo
Leo
2 months ago

My votes
Sweden 2012
Israel 2018
Hungary 2017
Portugal 2017
Austria 2014
Armenia 2020
Denmark 2013
Bulgaria 2016
Cyprus 2018
And Iceland 2020
Honourable mentions include and aren’t limited to:
Norway 2008,
Germany 2010,
Ireland 2011,
Russia 2012,
Australia 2015,
Belgium 2015,
Israel 2015,
France 2016,
Moldova 2017,
Austria 2018,
Czech 2018,
Azerbaijan 2019,
Italy 2019,
Norway 2019,
Malta 2020

Leo
Leo
2 months ago
Reply to  Leo

189? Really? It should be at least 19th. I have stated clearly why I think it shouldn’t have been written off many times.

Leo
Leo
2 months ago
Reply to  Leo

And Origo, which I rated even higher, below Fall From the Sky? Really?

Mikey
Mikey
2 months ago

Just think about the thousands of songs and artists that we know and love thanks to eurovision

Erasmus
Erasmus
2 months ago

Am I the only one who simply can’t vote in this, there’s just too many songs I love with all my heart (estonia 2015, belgium 2015/2018/2020, netherlands 2013/2014/2016/2019, slovenia 2019, latvia 2015/2016, france 2018, ukraine 2016…) and I can’t put them in any order.

Mikey
Mikey
2 months ago

Estonia and Belguim 2015, Italy 2019 and Sweden 2012

Mikey
Mikey
2 months ago
Reply to  Mikey

Hope switzerland 2012 is here, its my personal guilty pleasure