Photo: Espen Solli / NRK

At Eurovision 2024, ten countries compete with more than one performer on the stage. These countries are represented by duos, groups, collaborations or bands.

At the start of the month, we asked you to vote for your favourites of these duos or groups.

It was a fierce competition. A real battle of the bands. But after all the votes were counted, Norway’s Gåte were declared the winners of our poll. 

Scroll down to see the full poll results!

Gåte is your favourite group or duo at Eurovision 2024

Folk music band Gåte will represent Norway at this year’s Eurovision following their victory at Melodi Grand Prix. The group will sing “Ulveham” (Wolf pelt), a reinterpretation of the medieval Norwegian ballad “Møya i ulveham” (“The maiden in a wolf pelt”). 

In our poll, the band racked up a total of 547 votes, or roughly 17% of all votes cast. 

Finishing in second place is the Ukrainian collaboration between local superstars Jerry Heil and alyona alyona. The “Teresa & Maria” hitmakers received a total of 425 votes, translating to 13.25% of the total. 

After that, we return to the Nordics, where we find Finland’s Windows95man in third place. The collaboration between Henri Piispanen and the iconic Windows95man gained 391 votes or 12.15% of the total. 

Full results: Who is your favourite duo or group at Eurovision 2024

  1. Norway – Gåte – “Ulveham” – 17% (547 votes)
  2. Ukraine – alyona alyona & Jerry Heil – “Teresa & Maria” – 13.21% (425 votes)
  3. Finland – Windows95man (feat. Henri Piispanen) – “No Rules!” – 12.15% (391 votes)
  4. Spain – Nebulossa – “Zorra” – 11.22% (361 votes)
  5. Sweden – Marcus & Martinus – “Unforgettable” – 10.44% (336 votes) 
  6. Estonia – 5MIINUST x Puuluup – “(nendest) narkootikumidest ei tea me (küll) midagi” – 10.25% (330 votes)
  7. Armenia – Ladaniva – “Jako” – 9.7% (312 votes)
  8. Australia – Electric Fields – “One Milkali (One Blood)” – 6.12% (197 votes)
  9. San Marino – Megara – “11:11” – 5.47% (176 votes)
  10. Azerbaijan – Fahree feat. Ilkin Dovlatov – “Özünlə apar” – 4.44% (143 votes)

Total votes: 3,218

Do you agree with the results? Is Gåte also your favourite group at Eurovision 2024? Or did you vote for someone else? Let us know in the comments down below!

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Nadiia
Nadiia
27 days ago

The lyrics. She sings about being a wolf drinking the blood of her half-brother.

Nadiia
Nadiia
27 days ago
Reply to  Nadiia

So creepy

Stian F
Stian F
27 days ago
Reply to  Nadiia

She sings about being the victim of witchcraft and she frees herself when she takes revenge on her stepmother…turns out she freed herself because the stepmother happened to be pregnant so she shared blood with the fetus… it doesn’t tell if the maiden actually knew the stepmother was pregnant with her half brother.

TIM MATHIESEN
TIM MATHIESEN
27 days ago

Gåte are the best of all and must win.

Ulveham Specialist
Ulveham Specialist
27 days ago

I’ll probably have my faith back in Eurovision if this song wins.

Keiino as mustard
Keiino as mustard
28 days ago

Gate are so underrated. Authentic, a proper band and memorable soaring vocals. One of the best Eurovision entries in years.

Henry
Henry
28 days ago

Thank you for the British spelling wiwibloggs, Genuinely tired of favorite/canceled/recognize and all that.

Michael
Michael
28 days ago

Much better than Netherlands’ trash song

Henry
Henry
28 days ago
Reply to  Michael

both are trash

Emily
Emily
28 days ago

As it should be.

Ari
Ari
28 days ago

The only correct answer. I hope they pull a Maneskin.

Lauren MIA
Lauren MIA
28 days ago
Reply to  Ari

Minus the dissappointing studio album following their victory.

Emily
Emily
28 days ago
Reply to  Lauren MIA

Bah, I tried to forget RUSH! existed, now it’s all coming back to me… *curls up in the foetal position*

Ari
Ari
28 days ago
Reply to  Lauren MIA

Luckily, I didn’t notice because I never followed them afterwards. But yeah, I only meant how they won as a band without being hyped much before in the odds.