OGAE Poll 2021: Israel awards 12 points to Gjon's Tears
We’re being treated today! The second set of today’s results and the twelfth results overall from the OGAE Poll 2021 are now in from OGAE Israel. And back on top of the podium is Switzerland’s Gjon’s Tears, who picks up another douze points.

In second place with the club of 97 is France’s Barbara Pravi. “Voilà” picks up ten points more points and edges closer towards the 100 point mark. Meanwhile, Malta’s Destiny picked up another eight points.Further down the scoreboard, Russia received its highest mark to date — Manizha received seven points from OGAE Israel. Cyprus and Azerbaijan also scored well.

OGAE Poll 2021

Votes from OGAE Israel

  • Switzerland — 12 points
  • France — 10 points
  • Malta — 8 points
  • Russia — 7 points
  • San Marino — 6 points
  • Azerbaijan — 5 points
  • Cyprus — 4 points
  • Lithuania — 3 points
  • Sweden — 2 points
  • Ukraine — 1 point

OGAE Poll 2021 leaderboard — 23 April

Today’s second set of results increases Switzerland’s lead slightly, but Gjon’s Tears is still only narrowly ahead of France’s Barbara Pravi who continues to gain ground on the current leader. Malta remains in third, while San Marino and Lithuania round out the top five. Though these few countries are close at the top, there are still 31 clubs left to vote in the OGAE Poll 2021 — so anything could change.

1. Switzerland — 112 points

2. France — 95 points

3. Malta — 82 points

4. Lithuania — 68 points

(=) San Marino — 68 points

6. Cyprus — 61 points

7. Sweden — 35 points

8. Azerbaijan — 33 points

9. Italy — 30 points

10. Croatia — 16 points

11. Ukraine — 15 points

12. Romania — 13 points

13. Greece — 12 points

14. Iceland — 10 points

15. Finland — 8 points

(=) Serbia — 8 points

(=) Russia — 8 points

18. Israel — 7 points

19. Denmark — 5 points

20. Estonia — 4 points

21. Bulgaria — 3 points

(=) Norway — 3 point

Countries that are not listed are yet to receive points from any voting clubs. 

Between now and Sunday 2 May, half of the groups voting in the OGAE Poll 2021 will reveal their points one by one. Then, the remaining groups will announce their points at the same time on Friday 7 May in a grand final video spectacle.

What do you think? Will Gjon’s Tears maintain his lead? Sound off in the comments below. 

Read more OGAE Poll 2021 news here

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Ffs
Ffs
1 month ago

Gjon looks like Celine Dion from the 90s

Ffs
Ffs
1 month ago

All aboard the bandwagon

Wild
Wild
1 month ago

“Gjon’s Tears is still only narrowly ahead of France’s Barbara Pravi who continues to gain ground on the current leader.”

A point of semantics: did Barbara gain ground on Gjon if he got more points than her in this round of voting?

(No.)

mark dowd
mark dowd
1 month ago

my increasing confidence in Switzerland is based on a very strong sense they will score top three in both jury and televote. I can’t say the same about Malta and France. This could be another Jamala/Duncan type year.. Wins neither but amasses most points.

Sot
Sot
1 month ago

Another day, another 12-pointer for Gjon

Iamme
Iamme
1 month ago

Azerbaijan is a mistery to me…

Shkelqa
Shkelqa
1 month ago
Reply to  Iamme

Ukraine too, that song scares me.

Céleste
Céleste
1 month ago

Tomorrow, vote from Ogay France, so another 12 points for Switzerland.

Last edited 1 month ago by Céleste
Ende
Ende
1 month ago
Reply to  Céleste

How does it make your comment any funny when you want to speak of an ESC fan association referring to the hypothetical sexuality of their members ?
What’s the point exactly ?

Jar
Jar
1 month ago
Reply to  Ende

Cuz casual homophobia is still ‘hilarious’ in 2021….
Not.

Tul
Tul
1 month ago

I honestly thought that OGAE voters would put mindless pop from Moldova over the one from Azerbaijan.

Film
Film
1 month ago
Reply to  Tul

I think Moldova is the best bop this year. Czech also.

Jack
Jack
1 month ago

Azerbaijan is so overrated

Kristian
Kristian
1 month ago

2 articles per day for these OGAE polls ?
Now this is getting out of hand !!!

I’d rather we get more articles about the contestants themselves , rather than the poll whose end result is the only thing that matters and even that is debatable to some !!

Ravencrow Neversmiles
Ravencrow Neversmiles
1 month ago
Reply to  Kristian

There are 6 other articles posted today that are not about the OGAE polls. So these posts probably do not reduce the number of other kinds of articles. And the faster we have gone through every country’s polls the faster this is over and you can stop complaining about it.

Kristian
Kristian
1 month ago

I for one would have wanted a bigger article on the pre-party performances . That was clubbed under the Daily digest getting two paragraphs because Oliver had to write 2 OGAE poll articles. Obviously the number of other articles are reducing because someone has to solely focus on this.

Last edited 1 month ago by Kristian
XCF
XCF
1 month ago
Reply to  Kristian

But you don’t have to read every article, just skip the one’s you don’t care for.

Kristian
Kristian
1 month ago
Reply to  XCF

I do care for this article. I would care more for other articles. I don’t want those articles to be skipped.

Last edited 1 month ago by Kristian
Ende
Ende
1 month ago
Reply to  Kristian

Why don’t you create your own ESC website?

Kristian
Kristian
1 month ago
Reply to  Ende

I don’t have the time or the resources.

Denis
Denis
1 month ago
Reply to  Kristian

You know you don’t have to read them, right? You can just skip them..
OGAE voting will now be more and more for each day, since they all vote now. If you don’t want them then don’t click on the articles about them. There are other articles..

Kristian
Kristian
1 month ago
Reply to  Denis

Lol , I’m asking more more detailed articles on other things rather than detailed articles on this. This is ESC related. I don’t dislike this article. I dislike the fact that more interesting things don’t get a detailed article because someone has been assigned to do this article and not assigned to do an article on let’s say ” ESC concert in the dark ” performances.

Kristian
Kristian
1 month ago
Reply to  Kristian

Well destiny will still get 2 articles , just wait.

Whoareyou?
Whoareyou?
1 month ago

They are literally almost all voting the same right? Feeling so cultured when voting Switzerland…

Céleste
Céleste
1 month ago
Reply to  Whoareyou?

Conscious or not, they vote, mostly, for he top 10 of the bookmakers.

Last edited 1 month ago by Céleste
Ashton Schier
Ashton Schier
1 month ago

It makes me so happy to see those points to Russia

Agent 007
Agent 007
1 month ago
Reply to  Ashton Schier

1/3 of Israel’s population speak Russian and when you understand the lyrics, it is easier to vote vor Russia. Thus the results.

tomtomtom
tomtomtom
1 month ago
Reply to  Agent 007

Also the song was written by Israelis.

Agent 007
Agent 007
1 month ago
Reply to  tomtomtom

yes, but I don’t think average viewers care about nationalities of songrwiters.