Photo: Corinne Cumming / EBU

The grand final of Eurovision 2024 is almost upon us. By the end of the night, one of this year’s acts will finally be crowned the winner and walk away with the prestigious microphone trophy.

The Wiwi Jury — our in-house panel of musical unprofessionals — first rated the 37 competing songs way back in late March, with predominantly only studio cuts available. Switzerland’s Nemo came out on top of the jury ranking. Croatia’s Baby Lasagna and Italy’s Angelina Mango closely followed in second and third respectively.

However, all of this was done before seeing any of the live performances at the semi-finals. Like many, our thoughts changed after witnessing what the acts brought to the stage in Malmö. So we thought it was only right to reveal the Wiwi Jury’s updated favourites ahead of the Eurovision 2024 grand final.

Once again our jury is truly international. The 19 members hail from Spain, Germany, Australia, USA, Romania, United Kingdom, Lithuania, Norway, Cyprus, Israel, and Denmark.

Do we still think the same as before the live semi-finals? Or do we have a new winner? Read on to find out!

Note: These votes were cast before Joost Klein was disqualified from the grand final. Therefore, the Netherlands will still be included in our updated ranking.

Wiwi Jury 2024 – Updated Individual Top 10

Luis

12 points: Greece

Marina Satti delivers a deliciously imperfect performance and enters a new narrative into the Eurovision sphere. In a world dominated by extremely slick and polished performances, Marina’s offering tears down conventions and sets the tone for a new language at Eurovision. Urban, cheeky and camp, “ZARI” is the breath of fresh air this contests needs to attract younger audiences moving forward.

10 points: Spain 4 points: Ireland
8 points: Ukraine 3 points: Armenia
7 points: Portugal 2 points: Lithuania
6 points: Croatia 1 point: Serbia
5 points: United Kingdom

 

Youyou

12 points: Armenia

Armenia surprisingly comes to my first place. Such a lovely energy and what a pure voice, I am super happy she is bringing so much fun to the stage and lets the audience sing with her!

10 points: Greece 4 points: Lithuania
8 points: Croatia 3 points: Italy
7 points: France 2 points: Spain
6 points: Switzerland 1 point: Cyprus
5 points: Ukraine

 

Antranig

12 points: Lithuania

A quick shout out to Slovenia’s Raiven, who is my most improved due to having the most compelling performance of the year. However, my favourite remains unchanged. Lithuania is armed with dazzling staging and an infectious beat, performed by a captivating artist. The Lithuanian language adds a layer of intrigue to a slickly produced track. This will be rocking Euroclub dance floors for years to come. Well done Silvester, keep on slaying!

10 points: Croatia 4 points: Ukraine
8 points: Switzerland 3 points: Italy
7 points: Raiven 2 points: Georgia
6 points: Sweden 1 point: Serbia
5 points: Austria

 

Pablo

12 points: Switzerland

Switzerland had a lot of questions to answer when the moment arrived. And I liked every single answer they gave. Simple but out-there, elaborate yet effortless. Nemo showcases incredible vocal control and an arresting presence. This is trophy-worthy without a doubt.

10 points: Lithuania 4 points: United Kingdom
8 points: Italy 3 points: Sweden
7 points: Latvia 2 points: Greece
6 points: Norway 1 point: France
5 points: Croatia

 

Antony

12 points: Croatia

Words cannot describe how proud I am of this song. “Rim Tim Tagi Dim” is a highly impactful and memorable entry. With the underlying message being very relatable, it allows for the song to be accessible to the wider audience. As the song straddles heavy metal and techno music, this makes it ingenious and captivating. It has been a pleasure seeing Baby Lasagna grow as a performer, as we have witnessed his vocal performance and charisma elevated every time. The staging concept that we have seen in his semi-final is highly effective and with exhilarating audience involvement. Could we see Eurovision’s greatest fairytale?

10 points: France 4 points: Slovenia
8 points: Netherlands 3 points: Serbia
7 points: Ireland 2 points: Ukraine
6 points: Italy 1 point: United Kingdom
5 points: Lithuania

 

Ruxandra

12 points: Switzerland

Before, Switzerland was sitting at the lower end of my Top 10. But, after the live performance this goes straight to my first place. Switzerland gave us a show that is worthy of the trophy. I can only be amazed by Nemo’s vocal control and their incredible voice, the easy way in which they go from pop to rap to opera, plus especially their confidence and stage presence. I was absolutely mesmerized for  three minutes.

10 points: Lithuania 4 points: Latvia
8 points: Croatia 3 points: Armenia
7 points: Netherlands 2 points: Ukraine
6 points: Spain 1 point: Italy
5 points: France

 

Jordi

12 points: Greece

Marina’s “ZARI” is a mesmerising blend of chaos and excellence: from its sound to its visuals, from the outfits to Marina Satti herself. With the words “Eh, I’m gonna do it my way,” she asserts her individuality, and we couldn’t agree more. It seamlessly weaves together traditional, modern, and ethnographic elements, a testament to Marina’s unique style of creation, interpretation, and expression within this infectious chaos. “ZARI” is Greece’s disco anthem tailor-made for 2024, yet it also bears a vulnerability in its lyrics, adding a reflective and emotional depth to this anthem. I can only hope for a resounding success for her unique vision.

10 points: Ukraine 4 points: Netherlands
8 points: Ireland 3 points: United Kingdom
7 points: France 2 points: Croatia
6 points: Lithuania 1 point: Armenia
5 points: Italy

 

Lucy

12 points: Switzerland

High risk, high reward. The work Nemo has to put into each performance of “The Code” is mind-boggling, with incredible camera angles adding to the drama of the song. They absolutely knock it out of the park every time, and their multi-genre gloriousness remains my favourite of 2024. The outfit looks fab now, Nemo sounds amazing, and I’m sure we will see a great result for them on Saturday.

10 points: Ireland 4 points: Germany
8 points: Estonia 3 points: Greece
7 points: Croatia 2 points: Ukraine
6 points: Italy 1 point: United Kingdom
5 points: Armenia

 

Suzanne

12 points: Croatia

Meow, Cat. Please meow back. Cats! Cats! Cats! From the moment I heard this song, I loved it! It’s only grown on me since. Marko’s energy is authentic and infectious. Love his humility and the story of the song. See y’all in Croatia!

10 points: Ireland 4 points: Armenia
8 points: Switzerland 3 points: Sweden
7 points: France 2 points: Lithuania
6 points: Austria 1 point: Italy
5 points: Spain

 

Lukas

12 points: Ukraine

As an overall package, Ukraine takes the crown for me. I think the staging of this act is very impressive as it adds more drama and emotions to the entry. Songs with a rap verse were never my kind of thing, but alyona alyona does it so well and it fits perfectly that it doesn’t stand out as a different part of the song. Going into the contest, Ukraine was one of my favourite entries this year, so it is great to see them keep the momentum and even reach my number one.

10 points: Italy 4 points: Ireland
8 points: Lithuania 3 points: Croatia
7 points: Spain 2 points: Luxembourg
6 points: Georgia 1 point: Slovenia
5 points: Norway

 

Jacob

12 points: Serbia

Just like last year, Serbia gets my 12 points. It’s incredibly beautiful and emotional, and it’s dark, mysterious and haunting. It’s a classic timeless ballad; it builds up super slowly, but when the chorus kicks in after half the song, it delivers. Teya Dora is a very talented singer, and performs this very well. It’s a simple, uncomplicated song, and stands out in a year where many of the other songs aren’t.

10 points: Ukraine 4 points: Switzerland
8 points: United Kingdom 3 points: Finland
7 points: Lithuania 2 points: Spain
6 points: Croatia 1 point: Armenia
5 points: Israel

 

Georgia

12 points: Switzerland

Nemo’s talent as an artist is unmistakable. Their vocal prowess is truly incredible, showcasing an impressive range that captivates audiences. In the midst of simplicity, “The Code” stands out among other performances, with Nemo commanding the stage solo. Yet, somehow, the stage feels complete, full with Nemo’s talent. Their performance stirs up a range of feelings, taking the audience on a journey of self-discovery with them. Since I first watched the video clip up until now, after semi-final two, “The Code” has been steadily growing on me. Selecting a winner was quite challenging, but there’s something about Nemo that exudes winning energy to me!

10 points: France 4 points: Cyprus
8 points: Croatia 3 points: Ukraine
7 points: Greece 2 points: Netherlands
6 points: Italy 1 point: Serbia
5 points: Georgia

 

Tom

12 points: Ukraine

Whenever I see the performance of “Teresa & Maria”, I am a weeping mess. My favourite Eurovision song of 2024 from the moment I heard it when they announced the Vidbir songs. It’s beautiful, honest, fearful, hopeful, vulnerable and undeniably POWERFUL. It feels like it fits the spirit of the time we are currently living in. This is a very special song.

10 points: Croatia 4 points: Netherlands
8 points: France 3 points: Armenia
7 points: Italy 2 points: Ireland
6 points: Switzerland 1 point: Luxembourg
5 points: Georgia

 

Scarlett

12 points: Croatia

“Rim Tim Tagi Tim” is unadulterated entertainment and unapologetically sincere. From the very first note, you can’t help but stomp along. And of course, this song has given us one of the most iconic lyrics this year – “meow, cat, please meow back”. Despite the song’s seemingly cheesy lyrics, it still contains depth as it speaks to Croatia’s ongoing brain drain. If you’re not headbanging by the end of the song, I don’t know what to tell you.

10 points: Norway 4 points: Armenia
8 points: Slovenia 3 points: Switzerland
7 points: Ukraine 2 points: Germany
6 points: Lithuania 1 point: Latvia
5 points: Portugal

 

Lauren

12 points: Norway

What was already a phenomenal song and performance at Melodi Grand Prix came together even more in Malmö, to create truly one of the most masterful Eurovision moments ever in my book. The vocals are impeccable, the staging and styling is on point, and the only thing left is for Gåte to shock everyone and place at the very top of the scoreboard.

10 points: Switzerland 4 points: Netherlands
8 points: Ireland 3 points: Ukraine
7 points: Italy 2 points: Armenia
6 points: France 1 point: Greece
5 points: Spain

 

Sebastian

12 points: Switzerland

“The Code” is the whole package. Artfully displayed with vocals that challenge some of this year’s best vocalists, Nemo’s performance is done with sweet perfection. This is a masterclass in making a moment, and is such a deserving winner both in song and message.

10 points: Ukraine 4 points: Norway
8 points: Lithuania 3 points: Spain
7 points: Austria 2 points: Cyprus
6 points: Ireland 1 point: Croatia
5 points: Georgia

 

Simon

12 points: Croatia

It’s been there all the time, but now we see the full potential of “Rim Tim Tagi Dim”. The staging is powerful, but not too overloaded, the chorus is catchy, and Baby Lasagna has the right amount of wildness and presence to serve the song. This is what a Eurovision winner is made of, and we know how passionate the Croatians would be, if they were to win Eurovision for the first time as an independent nation.

10 points: Switzerland 4 points: Greece
8 points: Italy 3 points: United Kingdom
7 points: Sweden 2 points: France
6 points: Lithuania 1 point: Netherlands
5 points: Ukraine

 

Jonathan

12 points: Ireland

Whilst Norway still holds a very special place in my heart, after watching the jury show in full, the act that was ingrained on my mind was absolutely Ireland. This is certainly one of the best produced stage shows of the year. Rather than worrying about catering for everyone, they’ve taken their art to the extreme and the risk pays off ten fold. The light and dark moments are balanced perfectly to create a dynamic performance that captivates the viewer from start to finish. Even if the song isn’t your thing, it’s impossible to look away because you want to know what’s coming next. Bambie Thug delivers a standout moment of Eurovision history.

10 points: Norway 4 points: Switzerland
8 points: Ukraine 3 points: Portugal
7 points: Sweden 2 points: Georgia
6 points: Lithuania 1 point: Slovenia
5 points: Croatia

 

William

12 points: Croatia

In a sea of polished and overly produced songs, Baby Lasagna stands out for keeping it real. It’s like he was performing in his garage and producers suddenly opened the door — it’s chaotic and kitsch and that’s why it feels so authentic. Marko’s natural charisma and warmth come through at every turn and the on-screen visuals are funky yet elevated. Neon goats? Neon horses? Neon cats? Why the hell not. Cats always win and I’m hoping Baby Lasagna purrs his way to victory. Get it, boy!

10 points: Ukraine 4 points: Greece
8 points: Norway 3 points: Italy
7 points: Ireland 2 points: Lithuania
6 points: France 1 point: Switzerland
5 points: Georgia

 

Wiwi Jury 2024 – Updated Top 26

  1. Croatia: Baby Lasagna – “Rim Tim Tagi Dim” (139 points)
  2. Switzerland: Nemo – “The Code” (120 points)
  3. Ukraine: alyona alyona & Jerry Heil – “Teresa & Maria” (113 points)
  4. Lithuania: Silvester Belt – “Luktelk” (94 points)
  5. Ireland: Bambie Thug – “Doomsday Blue” (78 points)
  6. Italy: Angelina Mango – “La noia” (74 points)
  7. France: Slimane – “Mon Amour” (69 points)
  8. Greece: Marina Satti – “ZARI” (55 points)
  9. Norway: Gåte – “Ulveham” (55 points)
  10. Spain: Nebulossa – “ZORRA” (40 points)
  11. Armenia: LADANIVA – “Jako” (38 points)
  12. Netherlands: Joost Klein – “Europapa” (30 points)
  13. Georgia: Nutsa Buzaladze – “Firefighter” (30 points)
  14. Sweden: Marcus & Martinus – “Unforgettable” (26 points)
  15. United Kingdom: Olly Alexander – “Dizzy” (25 points)
  16. Slovenia: Raiven – “Veronika” (21 points)
  17. Serbia: Teya Dora – “Ramonda” (18 points)
  18. Austria: Kaleen – “We Will Rave” (18 points)
  19. Portugal: iolanda – “Grito” (15 points)
  20. Latvia: Dons – “Hollow” (12 points)
  21. Estonia: 5MIINUST x Puuluup – “(nendest) narkootikumidest ei tea me (küll) midagi” (8 points)
  22. Cyprus: Silia Kapsis – “Liar” (7 points)
  23. Germany: ISAAK – “Always On The Run” (6 points)
  24. Israel: Eden Golan – “Hurricane” (5 points)
  25. Luxembourg: TALI – “Fighter” (3 points)
  26. Finland: Windows95Man – “No Rules!” (3 points)

In accordance with Eurovision rules, the winner of a tie is the country that received points from more jurors. Should a second tie-break be needed, this is won by the country that received more 12 points, then 10 points, all the way down to 1.

And there you have it. Our updated Wiwi Jury ranking for Eurovision 2024 sees Croatia rising to the top.

In only a few short hours, we’ll finally see who will be declared the winner of Eurovision 2024. Will our new favourite Croatia take the crown? Or could our previous top pick of Switzerland still secure the victory? All will be revealed when the 25 acts take to the Malmö arena stage.

Do you agree with our Wiwi Jury Update ahead of the Eurovision 2024 grand final? Who is your favourite of the remaining 25 acts? Whose individual top ten is most similar to your own? Let us know all your thoughts in the comments below!

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Nadiia
Nadiia
1 month ago

Where is Deban?
He already quit Wiwi and goes independant?

Doris
Doris
1 month ago

In your face. Your 5 points 24th finishes 5th and 2nd televote. How biased and unprofesional….

Sally
Sally
1 month ago

I support those who sing live. Anyone miming is automatically deducted 5 points from my rankings (4 categories 1-10; 5 points deducted from ‘singing’.) Of course those who mime nearly everything or who mess up what bits they do actually sing, could get less. (and some did)

Eurogambler
Eurogambler
1 month ago

I’m supporting those that are not staying silent:

1. Switzerland
2. France
3. Ireland
4. Greece
5. Italy

Danny
Danny
1 month ago

LOL. They deliberately ignored Israel even though Eden is clearly a TOP 3 finish.

Doris
Doris
1 month ago
Reply to  Danny

yeah it’s pathetic after the final results. But most juries acted like that too. How disconected can some people be from the reality and what the majority of people think.

Chupacabra
Chupacabra
1 month ago

My calls from Austria: 1) Switzerland
2) France 3) Israel 4) Italy 5) Croatia 6) UK 7) Portugal 8) Ireland 9) Germany 10) Finland

aga
aga
1 month ago

United by music, divided by Israel.

Patrick
Patrick
1 month ago
Reply to  aga

Divided by attention seeking virtue signallers

asap rocky
asap rocky
1 month ago

Happy Eurovision day everyone. Unfortunately this year’s contest is rigged and i’m not even hyped to watch it but I would be crazy not to expect it since Israel is participating. Anyway, im voting for Austria Greece Armenia Croatia and Ukraine today. Im predicting Ukraine or Switzerland to win the juries and Croatia to win the televoting.

Jimmy
Jimmy
1 month ago

Happy Eurovision, everyone – to all the regular commenters and the new people who’ve joined the blog this year!

The events and dramas surrounding this year’s Contest aside, I hope everyone enjoys the grand final and has a wonderful time celebrating, whether you’re in Malmo or watching around the world

Emily
Emily
1 month ago
Reply to  Jimmy

You too, Jim. 🙂

Jimmy
Jimmy
1 month ago
Reply to  Emily

🙂

Jay Junior
Jay Junior
1 month ago

Are Ireland withdrawing too? Bambie had an insta story (presume it’s genuine) about missing the rehearsals this afternoon after an incident back stage which has been forwarded to the EBU. She said she hoped to be on stage tonight…

Roy Moreno
Roy Moreno
1 month ago
Reply to  Jay Junior

Their side is someone from the Israeli team harassing.
The Israeli guy’s side is he was simply filming with some other people from different countries and then Marina shouted at him (or Bambie) and showing a middle finger.
Which one was it? We shall wait for the EBU to tell us.
In the meantime, I suggest the artists should focus on performing and ignore background noises.

FizzPunk
FizzPunk
1 month ago
Reply to  Roy Moreno

The background noise of many of thousands starving Souls in the G @za strip must be muted by your national broadcaster KAN.

How convenient.

Patrick
Patrick
1 month ago
Reply to  Jay Junior

It sounds like the sort of attention seeking thing she would do

noone
noone
1 month ago

This list would be a dream result. I really hope it ends exactly like this. Croatia for the win, The Top 10 are all strong and and some countries (maybe one particular) are exactly where they deserve – in the bottom.

Jimmy
Jimmy
1 month ago

Happy Eurovision, William, Cinan, Jonathan, Suzanne, and the whole team!

FTatiPB
FTatiPB
1 month ago

I really love Portugal and France. I actually think Iolanda and Slimane should make a duet. They both sing with their hearts.

Azuro
Azuro
1 month ago

Some people say Karma is a b tch, turns out she’s a zionist

Patrick
Patrick
1 month ago
Reply to  Azuro

Yawn

Frank Arthur
Frank Arthur
1 month ago

1 Croatia
2 Greece
3Spain
4Italy
5Ireland

Mikey Mata
Mikey Mata
1 month ago
Reply to  Frank Arthur

BIG slay

Doris
Doris
1 month ago

Israel 21st ahaha, keep dreaming wiwi

FizzPunk
FizzPunk
1 month ago
Reply to  Doris

yeah precisly should be 26th.

alfie23
alfie23
1 month ago

WTF is up withe Greece 12 points? Maybe 5, at most.

Putin
Putin
1 month ago

1. Cro
2. Irl
3. Che
4. Ukr
5. Ltu
6. Est
7. Ita
8. Arm
9. Fra
10. Uk

LawnaDellPlay
LawnaDellPlay
1 month ago

Little Ramonda for me

Efthymios
Efthymios
1 month ago

I’ll make sure to add 12 more points myself to Estonia in the grand Final. 😀

Efthymios
Efthymios
1 month ago
Reply to  Efthymios

My votes tonight will be distributed 50/50, for my favorites and Croatia, my 2nd place, which has to triumph tonight in the crowd.

Syl
Syl
1 month ago

Where is dušo zlato?

Devito
Devito
1 month ago

Lithuania finishing in fourth with the jury would a historic moment. Go Silver! <3

Žilvinas
Žilvinas
1 month ago
Reply to  Devito

Manifesting this to happen! ^

Emily
Emily
1 month ago
Reply to  Devito

I would LOVE this.

Michael Mata
Michael Mata
1 month ago

Si glad Lithuania is appreciated! My votes will go to Greece my winner! Also to Ireland Norway Lithuania and Switzerland but I’ll be happy with a Croatian win

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
1 month ago

Thank you all so much. That’s really interesting how it has all changed around a bit since the live performances. I love all the different opinions this year. I have a lot of different favourites. For live performances, Ireland stands out the most to me. Ukraine has a complete package, I love Georgia’s firefighting, and France gives me all the feels. But I can also see why Croatia is so liked, and Switzerland has the best song in my opinion, so that should probably win or come close.

AlexC
AlexC
1 month ago

My predictions:

  1. Sweden (5-10)
  2. Ukraine (4-8)
  3. Germany (22-25)
  4. Luxembourg (15-20)
  5. Netherlands N/A
  6. Israel (11-15)
  7. Lithuania (11-15)
  8. Spain (21-25)
  9. Estonia (12-17)
  10. Ireland (5-10)
  11. Latvia (18-22)
  12. Greece (10-15)
  13. United Kingdom (18-23)
  14. Norway – my winner (1-10)
  15. Italy -(3-6)
  16. Serbia (11-16)
  17. Finland (13-18)
  18. Portugal (10-15)
  19. Armenia (9-14)
  20. Cyprus (14-20)
  21. Switzerland (2-3)
  22. Slovenia (13-17)
  23. Croatia (1-2)
  24. Georgia (7-12)
  25. France (10-15)
  26. Austria (14-18)
Patrick
Patrick
1 month ago

Such low marks for Israel which is easily the best song and has the best performer. You lot are cowardly. You sit on your videos “hey girlfriending” each other, weaeing tour rainbows advocating tolerance and acceptance but really are just hypocrites. We know the EBU will have the juries downmark her to avoid an Israel win, but the silent majority will vote for her overwhelmingly.

Patrick
Patrick
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

*wearing your rainbows

stefus
stefus
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

If Isreal wins it will undermine the contest just like Ukraine in 2022. It’s not fair if they win just because of sympathy votes. The song is not a winner to me which would rob worthy winners like France and Switzerland.

Patrick
Patrick
1 month ago
Reply to  stefus

You will note from my comment that I referred to the quality of the song and the performer. She showed such courage and dignity in the face of disgraceful treatment. Imagine if someone was on stage being booed and heckled just because they were homosexual. This lot would be wetting themselves with righteous indignation. But because she is Israeli and its this years must have right-on cause, its OK to treat a 20 year old.girl like that.

Emily
Emily
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

I mean, this is just each of their top 10s…

Patrick
Patrick
1 month ago
Reply to  Emily

You really think in any other year they would award Israel so few points?

Emily
Emily
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

I don’t know. They’re not going to give points if they personally don’t have Israel in their top 10, as with any other country that doesn’t make it. Personally I do not mind the song this year – I’m still relatively indifferent – but I can’t look back into the past (or in the future, for that matter) and answer that question for you.

Patrick
Patrick
1 month ago
Reply to  Emily

I think we all know the answer

Emily
Emily
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

Fair enough. I don’t know/follow any of the Wiwibloggers aside from the main two or three, so I have no idea what their thoughts are.

Doris
Doris
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

Don’t you remind the LB scandal ? Apparently they even banned her name from commentsOMG

Patrick
Patrick
1 month ago
Reply to  Doris

Who is LB?

Vjera Brdar
Vjera Brdar
1 month ago

Soon everything will be over for the year. Some will linger for a while around these parts, and most will leave after a meltdown or a two without saying goodbye. I am old enough to remember what it was like following the ESC season without so much media coverage, not to mention the internet in general. I would like to take this opportunity to thank William and the gang for their hard work on this, for us ESC fans, special place,.. For making and bringing us ingrates all this content and creating a fair playground for us to vent. You… Read more »

Yasyas
Yasyas
1 month ago

Does anyone knows if we Dutch people can actually vote in the final? Like are we treated now as non-qualifiers or as a country that haven’t participated this year? The latter makes us have to vote with ROTW. Ready to throw all my votes to Croatia or Ireland.

yenn
yenn
1 month ago
Reply to  Yasyas

we’re treated like a country that didn’t go through the semis, so we will be awarding jury and televote points. nikkie will still be the spokesperson.

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
1 month ago
Reply to  Yasyas

You can still vote. It just like Serbia and Montenegro in 2006 where they voted, despite not competing in the competition due to a very late withdrawal

stefus
stefus
1 month ago

Good luck UK please Europe dont let us be last.

My top 5

1. France
2. Switzerland
3. Portugal
4. Norway
5. UK

Robert
Robert
1 month ago
Reply to  stefus

Lol you will end top 10/12 for sure

stefus
stefus
1 month ago
Reply to  Robert

I’m so used to us being at the bottom even 2022 I had to pinch myself. Olly has worked hard and deserves a good result. Song is catchy so mid table would be great.

This year has been very negative but good to see Ireland in the final and hopefully their best result since 2011.

I really want France to win as it’s a strong song and he has a beautiful voice. I still long for when the contest was about the song. It’s becoming too much of a show contest.

Patrick
Patrick
1 month ago
Reply to  stefus

Personally I think the UK is realistically looking at nul points. I think Ireland will score very low in the televote

stefus
stefus
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

Sorry but you are wrong. If olly gets 0 points then a few other countries will be as well.

Azuro
Azuro
1 month ago
Reply to  stefus

Germany will be last

Alex
Alex
1 month ago

Croatia has a lot of fan hype – totally the Kaarija effect – but honestly if I had never heard any of the songs pre-competition and just watched the show, I would have been shocked to have heard that Baby Lasagna was leading the odds. The camerawork and staging are a mess and the song really isn’t as monumental as the hype makes it out to be. I’d love to go to Croatia for Eurovision, though, so I wouldn’t be too unhappy if he won. Croatia had my favorite song in the year I started watching ESC, with Romanca by… Read more »

Vjera Brdar
Vjera Brdar
1 month ago
Reply to  Alex

Romanca? Now I’ve heard everything… xo

Kosmostars
Kosmostars
1 month ago
Reply to  Alex

Yeah, same, don’t get the hype over Croatia. If they win, like, okay, new place, congratulations, but the song and staging – sorry not sorry

GojoSatoru
GojoSatoru
1 month ago

Jacob and Tom don’t deserve having an opinion.

Luke
Luke
1 month ago
Reply to  GojoSatoru

People who anti-Israel like you will just make people vote for Israel more ????? who are you to decide if someone do or don’t deserve having an opinion

GojoSatoru
GojoSatoru
1 month ago
Reply to  Luke

I was pro-Israel until this week. Their behavior has been disgusting towards the other delegations, but others experience consequences for their actions. Joost might have verbally harassed a Swedish photographer (something that shouldn’t happen, but happened) and not someone of the Israeli delegation, this all is an indirect consequence of the actions of the Israeli delegation.

Mr.Abbott
Mr.Abbott
1 month ago
Reply to  GojoSatoru

Totally agree. It’s a mix between impartiality and taste.

Mr.Abbott
Mr.Abbott
1 month ago
Reply to  Mr.Abbott

I understood the opposite.
The only wiwi jurors with an unbiased point of view are Jacob and Tom. We need more people like them.

Im so fab
Im so fab
1 month ago

I can see Greece be a surprise top 5 contender and Ireland a surprise tele-winner.

Also my precious Luxembourg is so underrated by the fans, come on.

Patrick
Patrick
1 month ago
Reply to  Im so fab

I think that is delusional wishful thinking.

Emily
Emily
1 month ago

Great choice, Lauren!

EagleEyed
EagleEyed
1 month ago

Ireland was definitely the dark horse this year

Darren
Darren
1 month ago

Best of luck to Bambi Thug.

Johnny
Johnny
1 month ago

Thanks for kind words about my boy BL 🙂 i know that tonight might happen something unpleasant, but he is my winner regardless. Meow cat

Yeah yeah fire
Yeah yeah fire
1 month ago

I love you William and Suzanne!<3

Robert
Robert
1 month ago
Reply to  Yeah yeah fire

And Simon! <3