With an automatic spot in the grand final, the Big Five always have a lot to prove at Eurovision. Germany, Italy, France, Spain, and the United Kingdom are all hoping to climb the scoreboard, but ultimately one of them will perform the best.

A month ago, we asked you to pick your favourites from this select group of countries.

There was a total of 7,252 votes cast in our poll. After verifying the results, we’re now ready to reveal the standings.

Italy’s Angelina Mango is a favourite of the Big Five at Eurovision 2024

The top spot goes to Italy. Angelina Mango has garnered a lot of support for her riveting bop “La noia”, and that shows in this poll as well. The star received over one third of all the votes, totting up 2,827. Italy are the most successful of the Big Five at modern Eurovision, consistently ranking in the top ten. It seems like another strong result could well be on the cards this year.

Second place is awarded to Slimane from France. He was the first 2024 artist to reveal their song, all the way back in November last year. But many haven’t tired of hearing Slimane’s rich and emotional ballad. “Mon amour” received 1,648 votes, which is 22.72% of the total.

Bronze goes to Olly Alexander. Known for his previous work with Years & Years, the British hitmaker is achieving a lifelong dream by participating at Eurovision. He’s got many fans going “Dizzy” with his pop offering. But they managed to hold still for just a moment to send him 1,366 votes (18.84%).

Spain’s Nebulossa finish in fourth, whilst Germany’s ISAAK takes fifth.

Full results: Which Big Five country has the best entry at Eurovision 2024?

  1. Italy: Angelina Mango – “La noia” | 38.98%, 2,827 votes
  2. France: Slimane – “Mon amour” | 22.72%, 1,648 votes
  3. United Kingdom: Olly Alexander – “Dizzy” | 18.84%, 1,366 votes
  4. Spain: Nebulossa – “Zorra” | 14.91%, 1,081 votes
  5. Germany: ISAAK – “Always on the Run” | 4.55%, 330 votes

Total Votes: 7,252

Are you enjoying a glass of delectable mango juice like many this year? Will Angelina Mango rank the highest of the Big Five at Eurovision 2024? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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Ari
Ari
1 month ago

Winner alert

Yuarith
Yuarith
1 month ago
Reply to  Ari

No

Calp
Calp
1 month ago

Italy first? What a surprise! I can’t wait when they send a guy farting (but a handsome man) and it becomes fan favourite because of the deep social message and the beauty of Italian language.

Milla
Milla
1 month ago

I don’t get what’s so special..

Sierri
1 month ago

1. Italy
2. Uk
3. Germany
4. France
5. Spain

Golebek
Golebek
1 month ago

I don’t get the hype about Italy this year. “Tuta Gold” would have been ways better. I prefer Spain and France this year.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
1 month ago

the nepobaby is easily gonna finish in the top 5, maybe even top 3 idk

just because its italy, they never flop so

ANDREW BROWN
ANDREW BROWN
1 month ago

Nebulossa is so much better and Slimane will surprise everyone with his live performance

Marlinken
Marlinken
1 month ago
  1. France
  2. Italy
  3. UK
  4. Spain
  5. Germany
Yankee
Yankee
1 month ago

Italy better win of I’m going to recreate the Roman Empire and have them attack the countries that didn’t give them votes.

Musiclover
1 month ago

1 France. 8/10
2 UK. 6/10
3 Germany. 5/10
4 Spain. 3/10
5 Italy. 0/10

Keiino as mustard
Keiino as mustard
1 month ago

Angelina Mango’s song is layered, a bit quirky and well performed. It could finish second with the juries and third with the public and end up winning. Having said that Annalisa’s Sinceramente in the qualifying was a stronger song in my opinion. Dizzy is a good song- deserves to do well but probably doesn’t have quite enough to make it stand out. Midtable at best. France- great singer but feels a bit cliched – 7th? Spain- catchy and fun but can’t see it doing well – right- hand side near the middle Germany- it’s not a terrible song but I… Read more »

Andrew Tate McRae
Andrew Tate McRae
1 month ago

This is big time Italy bias. If San Marino sent the same artist and song, it would be at the bottom of everyone’s lists.

Mina22
1 month ago

Last year, in the Big 5 poll here, Italy was LAST, do you remember that? And it wasn’t even in the top 10 in the odds.
Due Vite was either hated or ignored by everyone in the ESC bubble only last year.

Why people can’t accept that there are many people who like Angelina’s song?

Sun
Sun
1 month ago
Reply to  Mina22

I think you are living in a parallel world. Marco last year was ranked as the best ballad and of the Big 5 it was in the top 3. In the bets I seem to remember that Italy was in the top 6

Mina22
1 month ago
Reply to  Sun

Just check “Favorite big 5 act Wiwibloggs 2023”, and you will see that Italy was the least popular coutry in this site

Mina22
1 month ago
Reply to  Mina22

The order was: Germany, France, Spain, UK, Italy.
Google it if you want.
Due Vite wasn’t very popular at all last year, everyone was saying that it was boring. In 23rd April 2023, it was 11th in the odds.
The song this year has more fans because it’s a woman singing an ubpeat song unlike the 2022 and 2023 entries

Sun
Sun
1 month ago
Reply to  Mina22

We are not talking about Wiwi favorites, we are talking about favorites in the global bets and Italy was 1st by far in the top 5 bets and 4th in the global bets. As I said Italy is always overrated

Musiclover
1 month ago

Yes,

Garnachos
Garnachos
1 month ago

Alright, now say it without crying…

ESC Commentator
ESC Commentator
1 month ago

Only ZORRA! ZORRA! ZORRA! Dark horse of this year:) if only juries don’t hurt them too much, I see Nebulossa going very high in public vote;)

Kor
Kor
1 month ago

I agree, public will love Zorra

What do I know?
What do I know?
1 month ago

I doubt the general public wants to see dancers dressed like that … seems off putting

Sun
Sun
1 month ago

I’m sorry but in my opinion Zorra is a song that won’t get your attention. I would bet a 16/20 position

malanga chips
malanga chips
1 month ago

I know most of the fandom loves Zorra but it’s just the kind of song that I’d listen to if they play it on a Zara or Bershka store

Sun
Sun
1 month ago

Italy in my opinion is the most overrated country every year. They can send a piece of poop wrapped in wrapping paper and the vast majority of the fandom will think it’s wonderful.

Zander25
Zander25
1 month ago
Reply to  Sun

opss you mistook Sweden and/or Azerbaijan

Sun
Sun
1 month ago
Reply to  Zander25

Indeed Sweden would be the second most overrated country but Azerbaijan? Don’t make me laugh Lol

Arsenic
Arsenic
1 month ago
Reply to  Sun

Yes, Angelina Mango is clearly a terrible singer, worst vocals ever and the song is just boring and generic AF. Oh, and she has 0 charisma and stage presence. Dreadful really! ??

Sun
Sun
1 month ago
Reply to  Arsenic

I haven’t said that Angelina is a great singer, I just say that Italy is the most overrated country every year. We have the example of Armenia, a traditional song too but underrated. If Italy’s song had been submitted by Armenia (or any other country) that song wouldn’t be so high in the odds. That’s just my opinion of course.

Arsenic
Arsenic
1 month ago
Reply to  Sun

To reply your reply to my reply 🙂 I think that you may perceive La noia differently than, I guess, most people would. I’m not Italian, not particularly fan the country whether we’re talking Eurovision or in general (almost died out of boredom last year with Due vite tbh) but if there’s one thing I can’t deny: Italy brings quality to the contest almost every damn year. Just watch Sanremo any given year and you’re almost guaranteed to add at least 3 or 4 songs to your playlist! They just make very good music, and maybe in a more authentic,… Read more »

Mina22
1 month ago
Reply to  Sun

Last year, in the Big 5 poll here, Italy was LAST, do you remember that? And it wasn’t even in the top 10 in the odds.
Due Vite was either hated or ignored by everyone in the ESC bubble only last year.
Why people can’t accept that there are many people who like Angelina’s song?

Sun
Sun
1 month ago
Reply to  Mina22

UPS I think there’s an Italian fan here waving Lol

Sun
Sun
1 month ago
Reply to  Mina22

I just checked the 2023 bets and Italy was 1st in the Big 5 bets and 4th in the overall bets. Check your sources of information

Mina22
1 month ago
Reply to  Sun
Yoshi8TheBerries
Yoshi8TheBerries
1 month ago
Reply to  Sun

…you realise his comment said the poll here? As in: on this website? As in: not the betting odds?

Sun
Sun
1 month ago

Yes I know and that’s why my comment. I am very sorry that the Italian fandom is bothered by realistic criticism but reality is reality

Yuarith
Yuarith
1 month ago
Reply to  Sun

What’s funny about Italians is that they pretend not to care about ESC but they lose their sh*t every time someone says their country is overrated at the contest

Mina22
1 month ago
Reply to  Sun

In 23 April 2023, it was 11th
in 13 May (the day of the final), it was still 8th.
It only went up to 5th during the final.

In the Eurovision Scoreboard 2023 it’s still 12th, with France 5th, Spain 8th, and UK 11th. Many Youtubers who do the rankings don’t even put it in the top 30.

I know you won’t change your opinion, but saying that Italian songs are popular every year is simply not true.

Sun
Sun
1 month ago
Reply to  Mina22

Anyone can check the 2023 bets on this same website and see that my comment is correct. Italy 1st in the Big 5 and 4th in global betting. Saying that Italy is overrated every year does not have to be an offensive comment if the person does not feel addressed. Not wanting to admit that reality is not understood

Jo.
Jo.
1 month ago
Reply to  Sun

You’re like a broken record repeating this under every article about Italy.

Sun
Sun
1 month ago
Reply to  Jo.

I think this is the second comment I’ve made about this. I think the toxic Italian fandom always shows how impartial it is. Eurovision is not about flags and nationalisms ESC is a song contest for the other thing we already have soccer.

Dida
Dida
1 month ago

Poor Germany, doomed to be the last, every year…

ESC Lover
ESC Lover
1 month ago
Reply to  Dida

Well, it’s only their fault. The quality of the German selections is poorer and poorer every year. There is a total desinteressment among German artists to take part in Eurovision, while also there is no interest from the German TV to attract big names, so they found themselves in a kind of vicious circle. It’s a pity that the biggest nation participating in Eurovision presents such an attitude. Hope one day the German broadcaster understands it and follows steps of the Dutch who changed their strategy completely in 2013 and we see results every year. By the way, Isaak’s song… Read more »

Andrew Tate McRae
Andrew Tate McRae
1 month ago
Reply to  Dida

Take a look at how the Eurojury voted on eurovoix.com. Almost every national jury there put Germany in their top 10.

Tino
Tino
1 month ago
Reply to  Dida

I would say that they didn’t deserve the last place in Liverpool but jeez this year they really are searching for it. If they really wanted to do well in Malmö then they would have send Ryk.

Marlinken
Marlinken
1 month ago
Reply to  Dida

If they send the same song each year, they’re going to get the same position each year. Honourable mention for ‘Black Smoke’ and ‘Blood and Glitter’ both were in tough years but deserved better. Germany really can afford to do much, much better. I honestly think they’re afraid of looking too good.

Yuarith
Yuarith
1 month ago
Reply to  Dida

It’s kinda their fault, I get that they don’t wanna win but to be this pitiful I’d rather them pulling out for a while, it’s just so sad at this point.