Italy's Måneskin have the best Eurovision 2021 cover art with "Zitti E Buoni"

We’re all gearing up for the return of Eurovision in May. And as we get closer to the contest, we’ve got the songs from the class of 2021 on repeat. The Rotterdam playlist features 39 songs in total — each with unique cover art.

There’s plenty of variety in terms of cover art this year. Vibrant or subdued, conceptual or literal — the acts aren’t holding back in terms of artistic vision. And design is always an important aspect of Eurovision, no matter how small.

We asked our readers to vote in for their favourite Eurovision 2021 cover art. And now, the results are in!

Måneskin’s “Zitti E Buoni” has the best cover art of Eurovision 2021


We counted a total of 6,711 votes. It’s a close battle at the top, but Italy’s Måneskin wins the wiwibloggs fan poll for best cover art of Eurovision 2021. The gritty Moschino-esque “Zitti E Buoni” cover art shows red lips sewn together by brown thread — a reference to the song’s title, which translates to English as “Shut up and be quiet”. In our poll, the Sanremo champions picked up 378 votes — that’s 5.63% of all votes cast.

In a very close second place, we have Croatia’s Albina. The “Tick-Tock” cover art shows the Dora champion posing in a wine-red catsuit, framed by a triangle created by the As within her name. In our poll, Albina received 340 votes — that’s 5.07% of the total vote.

In third place is Finland’s Blind Channel. The “Dark Side” artwork is minimalist in nature, showing the six-piece band’s logo photographed using a slow shutter speed to create an ominous ghostly effect. In our poll, you awarded Blind Channel with 309 votes — that’s 4.6% of all votes cast.

Rounding out the top five are Greece’s Stefania with “Last Dance” and Czech Republic’s Benny Cristo with “Omaga”.

Poll results: Which Eurovision 2021 song has your favourite cover art?

  1. Italy: Måneskin — “Zitti E Buoni” — 5.63% (378 votes)
  2. Croatia: Albina — “Tick-Tock” — 5.07% (340 votes)
  3. Finland: Blind Channel — “Dark Side” — 4.6% (309 votes)
  4. Greece: Stefania — “Last Dance” — 4.57% (307 votes)
  5. Czech Republic: Benny Cristo — “Omaga” — 4.13% (277 votes)
  6. Ireland: Lesley Roy — “Maps” — 4.11% (276 votes)
  7. Malta: Destiny — “Je Me Casse” — 4.08% (274 votes)
  8. Israel: Eden Alene — “Set Me Free” — 4.07% (273 votes)
  9. Iceland: Daði og Gagnamagnið — “10 Years” — 4.05% (272 votes)
  10. Azerbaijan: Efendi — “Mata Hari” — 4.01% (269 votes)
  11. Lithuania: The Roop — “Discoteque” — 3.43% (230 votes)
  12. San Marino: Senhit — “Adrenalina” — 3.43% (230 votes)
  13. Russia: Manizha — “Russian Woman” — 3.34% (224 votes)
  14. Moldova: Natalia Gordienko — “Sugar” — 3.17% (213 votes)
  15. Norway: TIX — “Fallen Angel” — 3.08% (207 votes)
  16. Ukraine: Go_A — “SHUM” — 3.08% (207 votes)
  17. Sweden: Tusse — “Voices” — 2.91% (195 votes)
  18. Cyprus: Elena Tsagrinou — “El Diablo” — 2.83% (190 votes)
  19. Romania: Roxen — “Amnesia” — 2.82% (189 votes)
  20. Switzerland: Gjon’s Tears — “Tout l’univers” — 2.8% (188 votes)
  21. France: Barbara Pravi — “Voilà” — 2.65% (178 votes)
  22. Serbia: Hurricane — “Loco Loco” — 2.24% (150 votes)
  23. United Kingdom: James Newman — “Embers” — 2.19% (147 votes)
  24. Latvia: Samanta Tina — “The Moon Is Rising” — 2.12% (142 votes)
  25. Australia: Montaigne — “Technicolour” — 1.88% (126 votes)
  26. Bulgaria: VICTORIA — “Growing Up Is Getting Old” — 1.88% (126 votes)
  27. Belgium: Hooverphonic — “The Wrong Place” — 1.74% (117 votes)
  28. Denmark: Fyr og Flamme — “Øve os på hinanden” — 1.43% (96 votes)
  29. Spain: Blas Cantó — “Voy a quedarme” — 1.27% (85 votes)
  30. Germany: Jendrik — “I Don’t Feel Hate” — 1.13% (76 votes)
  31. Albania: Anxhela Peristeri — “Karma” — 1.06% (71 votes)
  32. Estonia: Uku Suviste — “The Lucky One” — 1.03% (69 votes)
  33. Poland: Rafal — “The Ride” — 0.97% (65 votes)
  34. Slovenia: Ana Soklic — “Amen” — 0.94% (63 votes)
  35. The Netherlands: Jeangu Macrooy — “Birth of a New Age” — 0.91% (61 votes)
  36. Austria: Vincent Bueno — “Amen” — 0.54% (36 votes)
  37. North Macedonia: Vasil — “Here I Stand” — 0.46% (31 votes)
  38. Georgia: Tornike Kipiani — “You” — 0.35% (24 votes)

Total votes: 6,711

Note: For the purposes of this poll, we are only including songs that have received a full single release separate to any national final compilation album. Hence, we are excluding The Black Mamba’s “Love Is On My Side”. The Portuguese entry is yet to receive a single release away from the Festival da Cançao 2021 official album. 

What do you make of our poll results? How did your favourite score? Sound off in the comments below! 

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Stian F
Stian F
14 days ago

Im sorry but Croatia second?!? ROTFLMAO!!!

Some fans are just so obsessed with Croatia they will vote for it whatever. This year’s biggest fanw*k for sure.

Sot
Sot
15 days ago

Wow, I love Belgium’s and Finland’s cover art, they are so… mysterious! But Maneskin also did a good job on theirs

Whisker
Whisker
15 days ago

Vrostia came second? What a surprise, NOT!

Jang
Jang
15 days ago

Måneskin are too good for eurovision

sam
sam
15 days ago

i really like last dance but im sorry that cover is so bad… stefania looks uncomfortable, as if she is peed her pants and is waddling back home

EurovisionBenny_AUT
EurovisionBenny_AUT
15 days ago

I believe that the bookies are wrong giving Italy only an eight percent chance of winning. They probably have more televote potential than the other frontrunners, and I don’t see why the juries would pass Italy by either.

Roodi
Roodi
15 days ago

juries hate rock

EurovisionBenny_AUT
EurovisionBenny_AUT
15 days ago
Reply to  Roodi

Georgia 2016 and Albania 2018 were rock songs, and they did better with the jury than with the public. But normally, the viewers appreciate rock songs more than the juries.

Badwoolfgirl
Badwoolfgirl
15 days ago

We’ll see what happens in May. Maybe they will be appreciated, maybe they won’t. I don’t know. Anything can happen.

Iamme
Iamme
15 days ago

I don’t think the purpose of Italy’s ever been the one to win. I mean: for an artist it should be more important to have the chance to increase the audience, to spread music and messages to a larger public.
In the 90% of the cases Sanremo’s winner song is not even the most successful. This year for instead the most popular piece is “Musica leggerissima”, quite an obsession in Italy.
Let’s enjoy music!

JulianA
JulianA
15 days ago
Reply to  Iamme

Måneskin going to Eurovision to show themselves and for the public, for the new public ! And you know they will slay !!!

notyourtoy
notyourtoy
15 days ago

I dunno, but I didn’t actually like Stefania’s cover. I feel there were much better ones

Sot
Sot
15 days ago
Reply to  notyourtoy

Agreed 100%

Anhel
Anhel
15 days ago

Lovely to see them on top of a poll for once.