In the aftermath of last weekend’s grand final, Eurovision 2023 artists have started climbing the charts all over Europe.

Below are just some of the countries that have opened up to this year’s Eurovision. Keep in mind, we don’t list every country where an act is charting, nor do we mention every act. Some markets don’t publish any form of singles charts while others only release airplay charts. And then, of course, several charts have yet to be updated for this week.

Eurovision 2023 songs in the charts

Belgium

In Belgium, as per tradition, it appears that the Flemish are the ones most on board with Eurovision. Loreen is number #1 on the main chart with three more acts lower down the chart. In Wallonia, only Loreen and Belgium’s own Gustaph feature in the top 50.

Flanders

Ultratop

  • #1 Loreen “Tattoo” (Sweden)
  • #2 Gustaph “Because Of You” (Belgium)
  • #17 Käärijä “Cha Cha Cha” (Finland)
  • #21 Alessandra “Queen Of Kings” (Norway)

Wallonia

Ultratop

  • #5 Loreen “Tattoo” (Sweden)
  • #34 Gustaph “Because Of You” (Belgium)

Finland

Finland’s chart is overrun with Eurovision. Fifteen of the top 50 songs are from the 2023 contest. That’s 30% of all entries on the chart. This figure rises further if you factor in several UMK hits which are still on the countdown, along with Loreen’s 2012 winner “Euphoria” which has re-entered at #48.

  • #1 Käärijä “Cha Cha Cha” (Finland)
  • #3 Loreen “Tattoo” (Sweden)
  • #4 Alessandra “Queen Of Kings” (Norway)
  • #10 Noa Kirel “Unicorn” (Israel)
  • #12 Joker Out “Carpe Diem” (Slovenia)
  • #20 Teya & Salena “Who The Hell Is Edgar” (Austria)
  • #21 Vesna “My Sister’s Crown” (Czechia)
  • #23 La Zarra “Évidemment” (France)
  • #24 Blanka “Solo” (Poland)
  • #26 Remo Forrer “Watergun” (Switzerland)
  • #37 Tvorchi “Heart Of Steel” (Ukraine)
  • #40 Pasha Parfeni “Soarele Si Luna” (Moldova)
  • #42 Andrew Lambrou “Break A Broken Heart” (Cyprus)
  • #47 Voyager “Promise” (Australia)
  • #50 Luke Black “Samo Mi Se Spava” (Serbia)

France

Just three 2023 entries make the French charts, although the top 200 also includes hits from Rosa Linn (Armenia 2022) and Maneskin (Italy 2021).

  • #34 Loreen “Tattoo” (Sweden)
  • #82 La Zarra “Évidemment” (France)
  • #152 Alessandra “Queen Of Kings” (Norway)

Germany

Once again, the European public didn’t appreciate their Eurovision effort but the Germans don’t appear to be taking it too personally. Three of this year’s entries make the country’s top 20. However, local lads Lord of the Lost are absent from the top 100.

  • #7 Loreen “Tattoo” (Sweden)
  • #18 Käärijä “Cha Cha Cha” (Finland)
  • #19 Alessandra “Queen Of Kings” (Norway)

 

Ireland

Yet again, the Irish act misses out on the main local chart. However, the Irish public are by no means averse to the class of 2023, with several cracking the top 100.

  • #3 Loreen “Tattoo” (Sweden)
  • #7 Käärijä “Cha Cha Cha” (Finland)
  • #18 Alessandra “Queen Of Kings” (Norway)
  • #37 Noa Kirel “Unicorn” (Israel)
  • #44 Mae Muller “I Wrote A Song” (United Kingdom)
  • #67 Teya & Salena “Who The Hell Is Edgar” (Austria)
  • #85 Blanka “Solo” (Poland)
  • #95 La Zarra “Évidemment” (France)

Italy

The Italian charts rarely light up with Eurovision hits. However, much of the momentum gained from last year’s hosting seems to have remained. There are four 2023 songs in the top 100. For comparison, when Måneskin’s won in 2021 with “Zitti e buoni”, no other Eurovision song made the countdown. Of course, this year’s chart is also filled with Sanremo entries.

  • #4 Marco Mengoni “Due Vite” (Italy)
  • #24 Loreen “Tattoo” (Sweden)
  • #33 Alessandra “Queen Of Kings” (Norway)
  • #85 Käärijä “Cha Cha Cha” (Finland)

The Netherlands

The Netherlands might not have fared so well on the scoreboard, but several 2023 hits make The Dutch Chartswhich focuses on physical sales, downloads and streaming.

  • #1 Loreen “Tattoo” (Sweden)
  • #12 Alessandra “Queen Of Kings” (Norway)
  • #13 Käärijä “Cha Cha Cha” (Finland)
  • #42 Mia Nicolai & Dion Cooper “Burning Daylight” (Netherlands)
  • #74 Noa Kirel “Unicorn” (Israel)

Norway

Norway’s main chart — the VG-Lista — only looks at the top 40 songs. Four of this year’s entries have broken into the countdown.

  • #2 Loreen “Tattoo” (Sweden)
  • #3 Käärijä “Cha Cha Cha” (Finland)
  • #5 Alessandra “Queen Of Kings” (Norway)
  • #30 Noa Kirel “Unicorn” (Israel)

Sweden

It’s perhaps the country that’s most obsessed with Eurovision. Back in March, almost all the entries in its national selection graced the charts. So, it’s hardly surprising to find a decent chunk of tracks from Liverpool inside Sweden’s top 100.

  • #1 Käärijä “Cha Cha Cha” (Finland)
  • #3 Loreen “Tattoo” (Sweden)
  • #7 Alessandra “Queen Of Kings” (Norway)
  • #27 Noa Kirel “Unicorn” (Israel)
  • #56 Marco Mengoni “Due Vite” (Italy)
  • #65 Tvorchi “Heart Of Steel” (Ukraine)
  • #79 Teya & Salena “Who The Hell Is Edgar” (Austria)
  • #82 Gustaph “Because Of You” (Belgium)
  • #84 La Zarra “Évidemment” (France)
  • #86 Vesna “My Sister’s Crown” (Czechia)

Switzerland

He secured Switzerland’s fourth consecutive qualification and Remo Forrer has been rewarded with a #2 in the Swiss charts. Only Loreen could out-perform him.

  • #1 Loreen “Tattoo” (Sweden)
  • #2 Remo Forrer “Watergun” (Switzerland)
  • #5 Alessandra “Queen Of Kings” (Norway)
  • #8 Käärijä “Cha Cha Cha” (Finland)
  • #12 Marco Mengoni “Due Vite” (Italy)
  • #46 Noa Kirel “Unicorn” (Israel)
  • #79 La Zarra “Évidemment” (France)

United Kingdom

Four tracks from the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 have made the Top 10 on the Official U.K. Charts. That’s a first in the 71-year history of the official charts in this country. A total of 12 entries have managed to sneak into the overall Official Singles Chart Top 100.

  • #2 Loreen “Tattoo” (Sweden)
  • #6 Käärijä “Cha Cha Cha” (Finland)
  • #9 Mae Muller “I Wrote A Song” (United Kingdom)
  • #10 Alessandra “Queen Of Kings” (Norway)
  • #45 Noa Kirel “Unicorn” (Israel)
  • #48 Teya & Salena “Who The Hell Is Edgar” (Austria)
  • #56 Blanka “Solo” (Poland)
  • #63 Gustaph “Because Of You” (Belgium)
  • #79 Voyager “Promise” (Australia)
  • #92 Andrew Lambrou “Break A Broken Heart” (Cyprus)
  • #94 La Zarra “Évidemment” (France)
  • #95 Tvorchi “Heart Of Steel” (Ukraine)

 

How are the acts doing in other countries’ charts? Let us know in the comments below.

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Fredrik
Fredrik
10 months ago

SWEDEN!!! SWEDEN!!

gabriella
gabriella
10 months ago

The public has spoken!

Louise
Louise
10 months ago

Well…the public has spoken.

Fredrik
Fredrik
10 months ago

Tattoo is a hit song all over Europe! Great news

Starshine505
Starshine505
10 months ago

Hahaha!

Emilie
Emilie
10 months ago

haha so Tattoo is number 2 in sweden yet they didn’t give us any points. The only thing that was rigged this year! Hilarious!

Emilie
Emilie
10 months ago
Reply to  Emilie

Finland of course. got ahead of myself 😀

Kirill
Kirill
10 months ago

Loreen’s “Tattoo” has a lot stolen from Mika Newton’s “V Plenu”, ABBA’s “The Winner Takes It All” and Pont Aeri’s “Flying Free”, and remembering 2015 & 2018 winners we should be worried.

Måns Zelmerlöw’s “Heroes” is a knock off of David Guetta’s “Lovers on the Sun” and that stick figure on his stage show was stolen.

Netta’s “Toy” had stolen from White Stripes “Seven Nation Army” so much they had to add Jack White’s name to those credits to avoid lawsuit.

Denis
Denis
10 months ago
Reply to  Kirill

LOL, this again:)
And Cha Cha is a copy of Electric Cowboy. Kings of Queens is a copy of Klara Hammarström Run to The Hills. Due Vite is a copy of his previous ESC entry. Joker Out is a copy of Måneskin.
With that thinking every song is a copy.

Kirill
Kirill
10 months ago
Reply to  Denis

Nico Sallah of Electric Callboy has said that “Cha Cha Cha” isn’t a copy of their song, I haven’t seen any comments about “Due Vite” being a copy of “L’Essenziale”. Neither have I seen anything about Joker Out being a Måneskin copy?
Any source on these?

Denis
Denis
10 months ago
Reply to  Kirill

And are there any sources Tatoo has “stolen” from these songs? I mean actual sources such as court cases and bit just random YouTube snippets?

Kirill
Kirill
10 months ago
Reply to  Denis

There are several similarities with these songs when we compare them to “Tattoo”, and it wouldn’t be the first time Thomas G:son’s work would be accused of stealing: Sweden’s 2001 entry “Listen to Your Heartbeat” had stolen from Belgium’s 1996 entry “Liefde is een kaartspel”, and after Belgian songwriters’ association SABAM were going to take legal action, a cash settlement proposed by the writers of the Swedish entry was agreed and the lawsuit didn’t go any further. Other example would be from Melodifestivalen 2011, Danny Saucedo’s “In the Club” sounded way too similar to Nicaraguan boy band Myla Voxs’ song… Read more »

Denis
Denis
10 months ago
Reply to  Kirill

Anybody can accuse. But was Gson actually sued by whoever accused him? Was it proven in court that he stole it? That it was a copy? And has Loreen been approached by Newton’s team about the alleged plagiarism? A few similar notes and sounds here and there do no mean it is a copy.

Kirill
Kirill
10 months ago
Reply to  Denis

“The EBU Reference Group eventually ordered that the matter had to be settled in court, with the song eligible to compete if the court did not find any evidence of plagiarism. In 2003, it was announced that after Belgian music association SABAM had determined that the song was plagiarism. Composers of “Listen to Your Heartbeat”, Thomas G:son and Henrik Sethsson, both denied the allegations, but after both SABAM and the lyricists and composers of “Liefde is een kaartspel” threatened a trial, the Swedish delegation eventually came up with a monetary settlement.” If G:son and Henrik Sethsson were enough sure that… Read more »

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
10 months ago
Reply to  Denis

Newton’s team has definitely approached them…to muted reactions!

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
10 months ago
Reply to  Denis

These sources are the ones who accused her! They even threatened court cases!

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
10 months ago
Reply to  Kirill

I mean, maybe Joker Out have the same charisma as Maneskin, but definitely not the song!

Louise
Louise
10 months ago
Reply to  Kirill

Just because he says it doesn’t prove that Cha cha cha wasn’t inspired by it.

Iván el Conquistador
Iván el Conquistador
10 months ago
Reply to  Kirill

According to the rules, shouldn’t they be stripped of their victories?

Kirill
Kirill
10 months ago

The winning song of 2015 “Heroes” wasn’t sued by David Guetta nor anyone related to his song “Lovers on the Sun”, if he would be sued later it might end up in a situation like Netta (explained further). Writers of the winning song of 2018 “Toy” were first contacted after Eurovision in June, and knowing how winning country gets the right to host, it would have been a massive problem to take Israel’s win and hand it to Cyprus (2nd in 2018) and solve where to host – most likely in another country as Cyprus lacks a venue. Complicated solutions,… Read more »

Yodenman
Yodenman
10 months ago

Interesting that this supposed inferior song has actually charted higher than Euphoria. She managed number 3 back in 2012.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
10 months ago
Reply to  Yodenman

Back then it was EXTREMELY rare for a Eurovision song to even get into the main charts – Eurovision was separate from mainstream music hence what was going on in places like the UK where we saw it as just a campy show to put on strange costumes and dance.

Tulilintu
Tulilintu
10 months ago
Jonas
Jonas
10 months ago

Do you the song “Pure Comedy”, by Father John Misty?

Jonas
Jonas
10 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Do you know

Azan
Azan
10 months ago

Lovely news!
It would be interesting if Emmelie de Forest came back to represent Denmark next year, they will finally qualify! Let’s hope all Nordic countries can qualify in 2024!

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago
Reply to  Azan

all nordic countries will qualify in 2024, of course

i don’t think denmark can sink lower than botox boy rich influencer tiktokker Reiley

Iceland just had bad luck choosing mediocre Dilja rather than something quirky fun Langi Sell’s OK which could’ve been a meme hit with the tarantino vibes all over

Yaniv
Yaniv
10 months ago

Look what a copied song can do, Get you into all the charts and also win the Eurovision Song Contest. Last year it was Rosa Lynn with Snap and this year no less than 3 successful copied songs, And all of them are Scandinavian: Loreen with Tatoo, Käärijä with Cha Cha Cha and Alessandra with The Queen Of Kings. That’s it, the formula for success in the Eurovision contest has been cracked, And if not then at least for success in the charts, Just copy songs, Preferably rhythmic and successful ones, And if the EBU dares to say a word… Read more »

Fredrik
Fredrik
10 months ago
Reply to  Yaniv

Bitter much?

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
10 months ago
Reply to  Yaniv

What songs did Kaarija copy?

Hélène
Hélène
10 months ago

Electric callboy. Actually his song is the one tgat is the most similar to another song. Loreens is not similar to any particular song.

Trin
Trin
10 months ago
Reply to  Hélène

That is totally the opposite, if you ask the artist who have done the original songs… Electric Callboy has very clearly said, that CCC is not a copy of their song.

Erik
Erik
10 months ago
Reply to  Yaniv

First of all Rosa Lynn did not win Eurovision, and did not get even a top 10 placement. Second of all, which song did she exactly copy?

Cookie
Cookie
10 months ago
Reply to  Yaniv

Jealousy is toxic.

Alex
Alex
10 months ago

Funny how the French entry is doing better than entries that fared better in televoting (Moldova and Armenia for example) Norway’s Queen of the Kings is also doing better than Unicorn.She was truly robbed by the juries. It’s good seeing the Top 3 of the televoting doing very well in charts, it doesn’t happen every year. Super happy for Loreen’s success – no surprises there. She’s even doing well in the most difficult chart, the UK Singles chart. Wow! France clearly does not give a .. about Eurovision. Only 2 entries enter the Top 100 (even La Zarra didn’t chart… Read more »

Jonas
Jonas
10 months ago
Reply to  Alex

I think the juries got Norway’s result right. They were voting for “Queen of Kings”, and the public were voting for “Alessandra”… one is wonderful, the other is not.

Toot
Toot
10 months ago
Reply to  Alex

Alessandra wasn’t robbed, her jury show was terrible and the jury points were based on this terrible performance. Her semi-final performance was also terrible and she was 6th place in the televotes in her semi, while Noa was 3th in the same semi, and it was only televotes, no jury. The only time Alessandra performed well was at the final itself, but the jury points were based on a different performance. Noa performed well at all her performances and the results were accordingly

Anja
Anja
10 months ago
Reply to  Alex

I heard Alessandra didn’t hit her high note in the jury final, and her vocals overall were shaky. I think it’s hard to judge the jury decision when we didn’t even get to see what they saw, and I think that’s also unfair. I don’t know how to solve this problem tho.

Olof
Olof
10 months ago
Reply to  Anja
Sam
Sam
10 months ago

Great to see the public’s actual listening habits reflecting the real scoreboard atfer the final. Finland winning would have just pleased drunken viewers on the night, Sweden’s win is a victory for quality and will be better for Eurovision in the long-run.

Mariah
Mariah
10 months ago
Reply to  Sam

Well said, you’re absolutely right.

Jon
Jon
10 months ago
Reply to  Sam

Next year will be filled with quality Melodifestivalen style songs, hopefully In English, applies to overrated Italian ballads as well! I think Friends arena will host, it’s the biggest venue in Europe! Abba is most likely performing, since Sweden is the best scoring country ever and now with 7 wins and 2 time winner? Amazing! Jury should get 60% of the votes, with audience getting 40%.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago
Reply to  Jon

I doubt i will watch a snoozefest like that then

Yodenman
Yodenman
10 months ago
Reply to  Jon

Abba have stated that they are 100% NOT participating in the show. This is an official quote……sorry.

fever
fever
10 months ago
Reply to  Sam

Well, I love Loreen, but I don’t think it necessary to denounce Käärijä’s performance that way.
Just to be fair, the championship can help boost streaming, and Käärijä’s song is not that far behind, either.

All the artists and their teams have taken their efforts and delivered great performances. Let’s just recognise that.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
10 months ago
Reply to  fever

Exactly and Cha Cha Cha is number one in SWEDEN and in the top 6 in many other countries!

WESSEL
WESSEL
10 months ago
Reply to  Sam

Spot on – you’re absolutely right!

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
10 months ago
Reply to  Sam

I wasn’t drunkern on the night and let me just say I’VE SOBER ALL MY LIFE and I freaking LOVED Kaarija’s song!

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
10 months ago
Reply to  Sam

I always listen to comments like “This was better for reputation of Eurovision…” And I’ve been listening to these comments for years and years. Ok does credibility of Eurovision only depend on ballads winning and funny songs never winning? When will be “time” for funny and edgy song to win? If you ask jury lovers never. I’m done with these comments! Finland had by far the best song and it would have been better for the contest if that song won because everyone would remember it in years to come. People still listen to Fuego, and not Toy. I don’t… Read more »

Denis
Denis
10 months ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

How do you know no one will sing these songs? Was not” Toy” the funny and edgy song you looked for? And it won because audience voted for her..
People still sing ” Arcade”, why would they not sing the other winners?

fever
fever
10 months ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

I understand you love ‘Cha Cha Cha’, but it will be nice to have some consistency. As Denis said, ‘Toy’ is more funny and edgy than ‘Fuego’. The success of ‘Fuego’ and ‘SloMo’ last year, should be credited more to Eleni’s and Chanel’s perfect delivery. Song-wise, both songs are very generic. As for ‘ballads winning’, well, in my memory, ballads usually do worse than cheesy bops. If they have good vocals, then they will be saved by the juries. Otherwise, they have to have much stronger quality to stand out. Just think about the bejba this year – unless you… Read more »

Starshine505
Starshine505
10 months ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

Exactly how I feel!!!

Louise
Louise
10 months ago
Reply to  Sam

Exactly!!

Nikki
Nikki
10 months ago

Good to see so many song charting.

OT , but you’ll have a laugh- My cousin, who’s a massive Loreen fan, is now kissed with my husband, because he called Tattoo “Beige Euphoria”. I can’t with any of them sometimes.

Guorga
Guorga
10 months ago
Reply to  Nikki

I hope you meant “pissed”, not “kissed”….

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
10 months ago
Reply to  Nikki

Sounds like an accurate description lol

Venycal
Venycal
10 months ago

Is Tattoo the only song left in the Spotify Top 50 Global Chart? I just check, it is at #20. It looks like it has stabilised a little after a hefty drop to #24 yesterday. But I could not find the other ESC songs….

Guorga
Guorga
10 months ago
Reply to  Venycal

Viral 50 – Global is full of Eurovision songs though… and Gladiator by Jann is at 49, so pleased to see that.

Venycal
Venycal
10 months ago
Reply to  Guorga

Ah cool! I just check that chart. Good to see many ESC songs over at Viral 50 Chart! I am happy to see Jann in the mix as well. Hopefully he will return to ESC in the future!

Fredrik
Fredrik
10 months ago

Loreen! Amazing

Otto
Otto
10 months ago

Surprising to see La Zarra in several charts, as her eurovision result was so disappointing??

MoGu
MoGu
10 months ago

The new charts come out Friday – is that right?

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
10 months ago

Great to see Cha Cha Cha is appreciated by the Swedes…more than Tattoo!

Denis
Denis
10 months ago

Maybe because Tatoo has been number 1 since February?

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
10 months ago
Reply to  Denis

It’s good that they’d go for something different to what they sent. You’d think Tattoo would continue being huge outside of Eurovision for them.

Denis
Denis
10 months ago

What do you mean, continue being huge outside ESC?It already was number 1, which proves that yes its big in real life too. But its not like Tattoo will constantly be listened too either, charts are about whats current right now. And its not that fresh of a song anymore. It cant be number 1 forever

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago
Reply to  Denis

Loreen is always no.1 in the charts though, Tattoo is her millionth no.1 hit 🙁

wish everyone else had tastes similar to mine, i am proud to be dutchie, of our nederpop scene

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
10 months ago
Reply to  Denis

But why wouldn’t it be number one DURING and AFTER Eurovision? I would have predicted EVEN MORE success in it’s home country?!

Starshine505
Starshine505
10 months ago

I totally agree!!

Doris
Doris
10 months ago

Former UK #1s , creme de la creme
Spitting Image   “The Chicken Song” (Israel 2018 wasn’t the first)
The Firm   “Star Trekkin'”
As being a mainstream #1 means something.

Doris
Doris
10 months ago
Reply to  Doris

Sure Finland 2023 competes with these ones.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
10 months ago
Reply to  Doris

The number 6 is the more important slot!

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago

of course, all from corrupt scandinavian elite countries 🙁

Trin
Trin
10 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

This must be the first time I have seen words corrupt and Scandinavia in the same sentence….

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago
Reply to  Trin

been living under a rock probably then

wish Sweden would just withdraw from eurovision but sadly will never happen

Cookie
Cookie
10 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Yeah, so countries that can’t right good music can stand a chance.

Cookie
Cookie
10 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Corrupt? If “corrupt” means “in love with music and Eurovision”, then you’re right. ?

Anne
Anne
10 months ago

It’s so nice when Eurovision has recognition.
Luxembourg in ESC 68th is a very good sign. I hope more, small, countries will come back.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago
Reply to  Anne

hope more countries will withdraw from this dead contest

it was better when eurovision wasn’t as mainstream as it is now

Doris
Doris
10 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Eurovision : 1956-2019

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago
Reply to  Doris

90’s 00’s are the best decades

Ne Zori Zoro remains that masterpiece, or Lane Moje <3

or the time when we dutchies slayed: Vrede, Hemel en Aarde, One Good Reason

early 10’s were nice too, Nije Ljubav Stvar <3 <3

i begin to understand Salvador Sobral more and more with his anti-fastfood views

Cookie
Cookie
10 months ago
Reply to  Doris

Yeah, change is a terrible thing! ?

Gloria
Gloria
10 months ago

Can you imagine Loreen returning to the competition again but for Morocco (in few years) trying to give them a win. If she goes with a very modern/current Moroccan themed song I think it could. And the optics/history in the making, winning for a 3rd time and for a different country who would win it for the first time as well. THAT would be the challenge

Karl
Karl
10 months ago
Reply to  Gloria

Loreen, La Zarra, Bilal Hassani, and Basim should form a super group and represent Morocco. They’re all of Moroccan ancestry.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago
Reply to  Karl

Loreen isn’t moroccan, she is the swedish elite

Jonas
Jonas
10 months ago
Reply to  Karl

What’s Voyager’s ancestral heritage?

Maybe they can represent all of those countries too.

fever
fever
10 months ago
Reply to  Gloria

Honestly, I have some concerns about Loreen’s vocals by then.
But this is a really decent idea, whether she will win or not. And she can then choose a song more ambitious but less demanding on vocals.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
10 months ago
Reply to  Gloria

I WOULD want Morocco participating, but I would like something with a more ethnic tribal feel, lots of drums etc. Random thought but I also want MOROCCON RAP!

Jonas
Jonas
10 months ago
Reply to  Gloria

Will Mae Muller return for Germany? Benjamin Ingrosso for Italy? Victoria De Angelis for Denmark? Netta also has Moroccan heritage, can’t she be included?

fever
fever
10 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Wow, that will be interesting!!
San Marino will be taking the lead in this regard. 😉

Denis
Denis
10 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Eric Saade for Palestine? Sanna Nielsen for Denmark? Frans for UK? The Mammas for US?

MoGu
MoGu
10 months ago

If eurovision gets so mainstream popular it will bought by the Saudis from the Swedish owners.

Rambo Amadeus
Rambo Amadeus
10 months ago
Reply to  MoGu

The Saudi authorities are medieval people so they’d never want to associate themselves with a brand like ESC anyway.

Denis
Denis
10 months ago

I choose to celebrate that all three Nordic neighbours are strong this year, in both charts and votes.
Such a small part of a small continent but huge impact musically. I like to blame the weather and long winters for that:)

Steven
Steven
10 months ago
Reply to  Denis

Kinda reminds me od 2016 when top 3 with televotes were Russia, Ukraine and Poland

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago
Reply to  Denis

i choose not to, because i have better tastes in real music 😉

thank god the balkans never have anything plastic english in their music scenes outside esc

domestically the balkans also have quite great artists with superb careers, dominating through the entire balkans is also what they usually aim for, same how montenegro 2015 Knez is considered ”Popstar of Balkans” and how his daughter, ex-hurricane Ksenija has her own record label now Kseniart

i’m always and always will be a hardcore balkan music obsessed lover

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
10 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Kaarija sung in Finnish this year!

Cookie
Cookie
10 months ago

Big plus! As much as that’s a novelty song, it was great he sang in Finnish.

Denis
Denis
10 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Yes as if the Balkan scene is not ruled by nepotism..
Which us why Ksenija is so popular

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago
Reply to  Denis

so what? you have corruption everywhere though

and no need to be like that to sweet Ksenija, if only she uses her resources for a solo ESC comeback for her home country of Montenegro, that would be putting the money to good use, to make her country finally and hopefully shine like they should

Cookie
Cookie
10 months ago
Reply to  Denis

Nepotism? How?

WannaEatMySpaghetti
WannaEatMySpaghetti
10 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

You know what’s sad? Thinking that your tastes are better because you don’t listen to “plastic music” when in fact what’s really great is to be able to listen to nearly any type of music, take it for what it is and enjoy it. This is what I call having an open mind (when it comes to music of course).

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago

of course i know my tastes are better

every country must be similar to the balkans, in terms of love for native language

Alex
Alex
10 months ago

I like songs are doing quite well in the charts, but this years’ performances are doing quite poor views/youtube wise in contrast. Something I noticied.
Compared to other years specially. Interesting contrast

Fredrik
Fredrik
10 months ago

Tattoo is this ESC season’s big hit!

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago
Reply to  Fredrik

lol, at what that says about the lack of quality this year then

if a gibberish vocalist wins for a 2nd time

Fredrik
Fredrik
10 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Looks another sore loser

Mariah
Mariah
10 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Still being salty? Damn, your feeling must’ve really been hurt.

Mariah
Mariah
10 months ago
Reply to  Fredrik

In my country Tattoo is being played all the time. It’s cool to see Loreen get the recognition she deserves.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago
Reply to  Mariah

recognition she deserves???? she already had her 5 minutes of fame in 2012 😉

Tattoo deserves no plays at all in any country, this fastfood trash

Mariah
Mariah
10 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

With this nasty attitude, you’re bound to be disappointed. I kinda feel sorry for you.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago
Reply to  Mariah

I’m not nasty though, i would have supported Sweden with either Kiana, Theoz or even Nordman, but i adore the grannies Eva & Ewa

Malin
Malin
10 months ago

WEEKLY TOP SONGS GLOBAL – SPOTYFY CHART

Loreen has close to 22.5 million streams in one week and is in eleventh place!

Käärijä has approx. 19.8 million streams and is ranked 20. Bravo. Surely that must be a record for a Finnish-language song?

https://charts.spotify.com/charts/view/regional-global-weekly/latest

Trin
Trin
10 months ago
Reply to  Malin

Yes, it must be. Cha Cha Cha is already the most streamed song with Finnish lyrics. The previous winner was released in 2019 and has a total of 31 mil. streams. 

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago
Reply to  Malin

More impressive from Kaarija than from Loreen, for sure

And yes i think so, although i do not pay attention to statistics myself, i listen to what i love listening to for myself, i hope Keira will also get her chance to ESC one day, my fave of this years umk

Malin
Malin
10 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

I would say it is impressive for both of them in different ways. For Loreen it is even better than Euforia and for Käärijä as an unknown artist singing a Finnish – language song,

Andy
Andy
10 months ago

I like it when Eurovision songs are charting well , it makes me feel like Eurovision is worldwidely going bigger and bigger every year. Everyday is see tons of random TikTok videos about Eurovision and they’re getting insane likes almost a million , that proves it too.
But TV viewing figures seem to be going down sadly , how much is that in total this year ?

Andy
Andy
10 months ago
Reply to  Andy

Everyday i see*

Jesper Hjellnes
Jesper Hjellnes
10 months ago
Reply to  Andy

I think the reason we get falling viewing figures is less people watching linear television. This year in Norway we had one of the lowest viewing figures recorded in a final we participated in, but it still made up 85 % of all tv viewers on the final night.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
10 months ago

More people are watching on online services or watching on YouTube or are finding out the songs later!

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago

I watch most nf’s on youtube, if only for top entertainment live chats

sebastian
sebastian
10 months ago
Reply to  Andy

Ratings in the UK, Germany, France are all up this year. Even last years viewing figures were an increase over 2021 in the comparable markets, the overall lower numbers were simply due to the exclusion of Russia and missing Ukrainian ratings.

Alex
Alex
10 months ago
Reply to  Andy

EBU will report on the numbers in June but honestly where do you live? TV is so 2000 now. No one is watching TV, a lot of people don’t own a TV or use the TV LED screens for streaming and not cable/TV channels. Everything is online.
As a result, it is hard to have an accurate number of viewers.

Many people might not have watched the full show but they will watch the performance on Youtube/TikTok and social media. There are different measurements for the success of the show now.

Mattias Sollerman
10 months ago

Tattoo #7 on the “Billboard Global excl. US” chart. #1 on UK’s “Official Big Top 40” chart. Is set to break 100 million Spotify streams two weeks after the contest. Daily peak already surpassed Zitti e Buoni. Spotify had Loreen on a Times Square billboard. Historic.
Cha Cha Cha was #1 in the US Spotify Viral 50, which is neat. In a way its success is even more noteworthy, considering it’s in Finnish and doesn’t have Universal Sweden (+Spotify) pumping money into marketing.

Stian F
Stian F
10 months ago

Well it isnt historic any longer to be spotify featured on times square as that happens to all winners simce 2018 I believe… And also others… Rosa Linn as well I believe…

Alex
Alex
10 months ago
Reply to  Stian F

It happens to ALL artists to be fair. They advertised many global artists on Times Square.

Iván el Conquistador
Iván el Conquistador
10 months ago

I wish we can have another Snap this year, a song that regardless of its result in the contest becomes viral and manages to be successful in the charts.

Which songs can fill that criteria and achieve a sleeper success?

Stian F
Stian F
10 months ago

Armenia could very well do it again.

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
10 months ago

Myb Burning Daylight

poe-tay-toe-chips
poe-tay-toe-chips
10 months ago

I can see cha cha cha becoming popular all over again by being meme viral perhaps in the next 5-10 years

Steven
Steven
10 months ago

Solo has a chance with being viral. Catchy bejba and self love theme

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
10 months ago

I can see Denmark trying for it with TikTok guru Riley. He apparently started off with one of the biggest followings there. I can also see quite a few of the NQs from semi-final 2 being big. Iceland has the potential to be big in the UK. I think Slovenia, Serbia and a few songs at the bottom like where Rosa Linn also ended up have the potential.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago

Biggest followings = 6 televote points, all from Iceland

And this in the weaker semi 2, he would have been a nill pointer in semi 1 for sure

Alex
Alex
10 months ago

I don’t think we will have a SNAP-type of success this year. I believe Tattoo will be the biggest ESC 2023 song but it won’t go viral.

Josh Kennon
Josh Kennon
10 months ago

Käärijä’s “Cha Cha Cha” has been #1 on the Spotify Viral 50 – USA chart for the past four days (Loreen’s “Tattoo” has been inside the top 10, and Alessandra’s “Queen of Kings” has been between #25-#35 for the same time period, so they’re making an impact on streaming on this side of the pond too!

Iván el Conquistador
Iván el Conquistador
10 months ago
Reply to  Josh Kennon

Americans love meme songs. For example: Macarena, Informer, Harlem Shake and Black Beatles were number one in the Billboard Hot 100. There is a possibility for Cha Cha Cha to be successful in North America, slim but still something.

Zanoni
Zanoni
10 months ago

“Gangnam Style” (Billboard #2) feels similar in some ways.

poe-tay-toe-chips
poe-tay-toe-chips
10 months ago

I mentioned this earlier but I can see this becoming a viral meme song in a few years in a similar way as songs like caramelldansen and dragostea din tei are

Josh Kennon
Josh Kennon
10 months ago

Today was a BIG day — “Tattoo” (#15), “Cha Cha Cha” (#27), and “Queen of Kings” (#58) all debuted on Billboard’s “Global 200” chart (which tracks streams and downloads across platforms!)

Alex
Alex
10 months ago
Reply to  Josh Kennon

this chart does not count the streams though, it is a chart that measures the trends and increases in streams.

for example kaarija was an unknown artist with little audience and streams prior to ESC and UMK. He has received millions of streams in a short period of time and as a result he’s number one on the viral chart based on his profile.

Iván el Conquistador
Iván el Conquistador
10 months ago

I hope they stay strong for a few more weeks. I’m tired of Miley’s Flowers topping all charts everywhere, something different would be welcome.

Cacao
Cacao
10 months ago

Top 3 in the televote, top 3 in the charts ! An incredible year for Nordics !

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago
Reply to  Cacao

hope the nordics will get some karma soon, loser Alessandra, loser Loreen, loser turd Kaarija

Denis
Denis
10 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Well someone is a sore loser. And its not any of those three..

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago
Reply to  Denis

i’m not a sore loser

1) i’m tired of that sort of schlager pop from norway
2) never been keen on Loreen her sound, i tried jinxing her here and i failed
3) Kaarija isn’t my cup of tea, i gave him a low score for vocals too tbh, i do like finnish music though, Erika Vikman i am a fan of her slick, smooth sound, i also am a fan of Danny’s ballad few years ago, came across to me as a finnish amar pelos dois

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
10 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

On the contrary, I hope Finland or Norway actually win soon. Sweden can take a backseat though!

Mariah
Mariah
10 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Although I’ve never been a huge fan of Finland this year, but I would never call him a loser.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago
Reply to  Mariah

Finland has usually been among my faves bar 2015, 2021, 2023

Last year i drooled over The Rasmus their epic It inspired staging and Lauri is so lovely

Venycal
Venycal
10 months ago

The Nordics are ruling the charts this year! Congrats!

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago
Reply to  Venycal

so predictable, like every other year

boring

i fully understand why the likes of Bulgaria completely lost interest in this plasticvision

with Sweden, Norway and Finland winning all the time

Otto
Otto
10 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Whenever Bulgaria send a quality song it ended really high, so don’t understand what the problem is?

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago
Reply to  Otto

Water deserved that high position for sure, Beautiful Mess was also very good

I too wish they would become interested again, but sadly their music scene is going through a mediocre time, not much what is wow, just nice i guess