The grand final of The Voice Georgia is right around the corner. And with it, a new Eurovision superstar is on the rise.
After weeks of nail-biting heats, the competition comes to a climax. On Thursday night, eight finalists will battle it out at The Voice Georgia final for their chance to sing for Georgia at Eurovision 2023 in Liverpool.
Ahead of the grand final, we asked you to vote for your favourites. And after a staggering 5,307 votes, the results are in.
Likuna Tutisani is a favourite to win The Voice Georgia
Likuna Tutisani emerged victorious in our poll, racking up 30.64% of all votes cast — that’s 1,626 votes total. The classic songstress wowed audiences earlier this season with her stunning rendition of “He Loves Me”. She won our readers’ poll by a huge margin — picking up 600 more votes than her closest competition.
Picking up the silver medal is Iru Khechanovi. Iru picked up a grand total of 980 votes — that’s 18.47%.
Rounding out the top three is Tako Kakalashvili, who scored 665 votes from our readers — that’s 12.53% of all votes.
Poll results: Who should win The Voice Georgia and sing at Eurovision 2023?
- Likuna Tutisani — 30.64%, 1,626 votes
- Iru Khechanovi — 18.47%, 980 votes
- Tako Kakalashvili — 12.53%, 665 votes
- Giorgi Datiashvili — 12%, 637 votes
- Tina Datikashvili — 11.66%, 619 votes
- Lika Siradze — 9.1%, 483 votes
- Kakha Aslamazashvili — 3.09%, 164 votes
- Anka Tatarashvili — 2.51%, 133 votes
Total votes: 5,307
You can watch The Voice Georgia online via the TV show’s official Facebook page. The final kicks off at 19:00 CET (GMT + 1) on Thursday 2 February.
Who did you vote for? What do you think of the results? Is Likuna Tutisani also your favourite to win The Voice Georgia? Let us know in the comments below.
I need Tako
Iru Khechanovi for Georgia
You guys cheated on poll hahah
Real favorite is Lika, people here don’t have eye for real talents
And dislike from eurofan without ears and brain, Lika is by fact favorite in georgia
Whoever wins tomorrow night, I wish them all good luck and I hope the winner of the Voice gets a good song that can get Georgia back to the final for the first time since 2016. Let’s break this unlucky streak!
iru has an artistic vision so it HAS to be her bffr
She is boring
Lika all the way
Who dislike facts
In other news, TVR have very SLOWLY been releasing the first live performances of the Romanian songs. Not all of them are out yet but I found Andrei to be MUCH worse than expected vocally, but Almia, Theodor and Aledaida SLAYED! And now we can easily hear what the full live version of Bla Bla Bla sounds like…and it’s got a LOT of potential!
I am very behind on my national final playlists, but I’ll listen to Romania’s songs in their clean studio cut first to get a fairer assessment and ranking. Are all the songs performed live yet? I need to finish up Ireland (2 down, four songs to go) before Friday and get started on Latvia before the semi final on Saturday. Denmark and Romania are also on the list next. Heck, despite the fact its selection is long over, I still haven’t listened to all the Albanian FiK entries. Heck, I barely finished the Benidorm playlist before the first semifinal yesterday.
Her voice OMG !!!
Her or Iru for me.
eurofans you are complaining all the time it’s drunk!!!!!
I don’t like it when countries they send people from The Voice because that usually means they’ll send a ballad.
Of course they’ll sing something with which they can show off their vocal abilities. It’s not like they’ll sing reggaeton or corridos tumbados.
You know there are other upbeat genres besides reggaeton or corridos tumbados (whatever that is), right? Georgia has their own upbeat music. But yeah, in the end it’s probably good that they send a ballad so that this year the televote-only semifinal will prevent it from advancing to the final.
what’s with the ballad bashing yet again?
Also both of Destiny and Michaels who won singing shows participated with uptempo songs so itdoesnt necessarily mean ballad.
Doesnt male sense
Is that a Jill Scott cover, “He Loves Me”? Jazzy vocals. 🙂