Photo: Corinne Cumming

The confetti is falling on Eurovision 2024. Amongst all the glitter, the detailed results of the two semi-finals have been revealed.

These show that Croatia and Israel topped the televote in each of the shows.

Eurovision 2024 semi-final results

Semi-final 1

  1. Croatia – 177 points
  2. Ukraine – 173 points
  3. Ireland – 124 points
  4. Lithuania – 119 points
  5. Luxembourg – 117 points
  6. Cyprus – 67 points
  7. Finland – 59 points
  8. Portugal – 58 points
  9. Slovenia – 51 points
  10. Serbia – 47 points
  11. Australia – 41 points
  12. Poland – 35 points
  13. Moldova – 20 points
  14. Azerbaijan – 11 points
  15. Iceland – 3 points

Semi-final 2

  1. Israel – 194 points
  2. Netherlands – 182 points
  3. Armenia – 137 points
  4. Switzerland – 132 points
  5. Greece – 86 points
  6. Estonia – 79 points
  7. Latvia – 72 points
  8. Georgia – 54 points
  9. Austria – 46 points
  10. Norway – 43 points
  11. Czechia – 38 points
  12. Denmark – 36 points
  13. Belgium – 18 points
  14. San Marino – 16 points
  15. Albania – 14 points
  16. Malta – 13 points

What do you think of the results of the Eurovision 2024 semi-finals? Which non-qualifiers would you have liked to see make it to the final? Let us know in the comments below.

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Milla
Milla
7 days ago

Joost seem to have confessed he acted out against the photographer. One thing he did was to do a threatening gesture with his fist.. More to come?

Sebas
Sebas
7 days ago
Reply to  Milla

So what the Avrotros already said happened? Nothing new then. So again, f the EBU

FizzPunk
FizzPunk
7 days ago
Reply to  Sebas

Ondertussen in den Lage Landen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCaqh-fqxpQ&t=76s

Anna Banana
Anna Banana
7 days ago

Why are so many mainstream European outlets afraid to criticize Israel? The Austrian media e.g. wrote that the Israel delegation was being intimitated by other delegations and that the criticism of their participation is baseless. I don’t get it. Is it the same in your country? Is the ESC community a bubble?

Samo
Samo
7 days ago
Reply to  Anna Banana

Oh no, people commenting on Wiwibloggs aren’t representative of the general public? Of course it’s a bubble. Have a look at televote results.

This has nothing to do with anyone being afraid to criticise anyone. It’s just a normal objective reporting.

anna
anna
7 days ago
Reply to  Anna Banana

Not only it’s a bubble. It’s a very very small one. The general public is not remotely as hostile towards Israel as you’d love to think. Hurricane reached the 7th place in worldwide itunes chart. Don’t forget to cry about that

Robert
Robert
7 days ago
Reply to  Anna Banana

Follow the money

Mikael
Mikael
7 days ago

Danish right wing politician, Inger Støjberg posted on her Facebook site Saturday that Israel had a fantastic song and that the country deserved to win more than any other due to what they are going through at the moment. (I don’t think she has ever cared for the ESC before). “Remember to vote for Israel” are her final words.
And judging from the comments section, a lot of her followers DID vote 20 times for Israel. Many of them proudly claiming to not have watched the show or heard the song. ?

Epicurean
Epicurean
7 days ago
Reply to  Mikael

Kinda telling that Israel’s biggest supporters are right wing f@csists now!

Robert
Robert
7 days ago
Reply to  Epicurean

I mean they support their kind, no?

Lisa
Lisa
5 days ago
Reply to  Epicurean

Yes, that is the situation nowadays. The far right has replaced their hatred of jews to hatred of muslims now. Except the extreme far right. They hate both of them.

Lisa
Lisa
5 days ago
Reply to  Mikael

We had two right wing politicians doing the same in the Netherlands. We gave our televote 12 points to Israel. Eurovision is not political, right?

Maria
Maria
5 days ago
Reply to  Lisa

Ja mevrouw tractor en mijnheer Wilders

Maria
Maria
5 days ago
Reply to  Mikael

Same thing happened in the Netherlands right wing politicians Geert Wilders and Caroline van der Plas, asked their social media followers to vote for Israel as well, and they were not the only ones… and Israel still didn’t win, says a lot about the song.

Anna Banana
Anna Banana
7 days ago

Can somebody recommend similar artists to Ladaniva? They are the discovery for me of this season

Karl
Karl
7 days ago
Reply to  Anna Banana

Britney Spears

Robert
Robert
7 days ago
Reply to  Anna Banana

Inga & Anush

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
6 days ago
Reply to  Anna Banana

Was gonna make a joke reply, but I’ll be serious: listen to Natalia Lafourcade and Silvana Estrada, you’ll love them!

Anna Banana
Anna Banana
6 days ago
Reply to  BiCHOTA

Thank you!

Lyly
Lyly
7 days ago

Official Spotify Global Chart for May 12th: #17 Nemo – The Code #25 Joost Klein – Europapa #45 Baby Lasagna – Rim Tim Dagi Dim #69 Slimane – Mon Amour #116 Alyona Alyona & Jerry Heil – Teresa & Maria #124 Angelina Mango – La Noia Here is the updated top10 of the best peaks ever for ESC songs in the Spotify Global Chart: #5 Loreen – Tattoo (Sweden 2023) #5 Mahmood & Blanco – Brividi (Italy 2022) #7 Kaarija – Cha Cha Cha (Finland 2023) #9 Maneskin – Zitti e buoni (Italy 2021) #14 Duncan Laurence – Arcade (Netherlands… Read more »

Lyly
Lyly
7 days ago
Reply to  Lyly

I expected Rim Tim Tagi Dim to do slightly better, it’s far from Cha Cha Cha’s massive success.
Europapa, on the other side, is overperforming given that it was not performed in the Grand Final.

L’oiseau
L’oiseau
7 days ago
Reply to  Lyly

Thank you for that. So, that much for te so called popularity of Baby Lasagna and of course another indication that Israel rigged the televote

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
6 days ago
Reply to  Lyly

Who would’ve thought that Europapa would be set to become the Snap of this year

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
5 days ago
Reply to  BiCHOTA

Not a complaint, I’m actually happy for Joost

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
5 days ago
Reply to  Lyly

I know last year’s Eurovision run was impossible to beat, but still this one looks a tad underwhelming and underperforming, tells a lot about this year’s outcome

Thallo
Thallo
7 days ago

Ireland placed 3rd in their semi and 6th overall – how amazing is that for a country with one of the worst records in the contest?

I hope this gives Ireland some confidence to continue to send unique acts. Although it’ll be quite difficult to top Bambie Thug, I’m sure there’s plenty of hidden talent on the island that could do just as well.

L’oiseau
L’oiseau
7 days ago
Reply to  Thallo

Well I wouldn’t say worst as they share the record win with Sweden. Eurovision didn’t start in 2010, you do know that, don’t you?

Bandido
Bandido
6 days ago
Reply to  Thallo

Worst? Only after 2000, the whole 90’s was triumph after triumph.

Karl
Karl
7 days ago

Imagine believing Israel getting the most number of televotes in their semifinal and the second highest number of televotes in the final happened organically due to people liking the act.

Samo
Samo
7 days ago
Reply to  Karl

No, of course not. People simply stood up against bullies that kept bringing drama and hate to Eurovision. As much as I hate any kind of political voting, in this case it was extremely important to show that we’re here and stand against hate, antisemitism and bullying.

The song was good though. I’d vote for it anyway, just with a fewer votes under normal circumstances.

Karl
Karl
7 days ago
Reply to  Karl

hahah I can tell the israel bots arrived looking at the upvotes and downvotes here lol

Bani
Bani
7 days ago
Reply to  Karl

The “HERD MOB” are not SMART enough to “Get It”…. The MAJORITY of people DO NOT agree with “Isr@el D3nigration Camp@ign” by a F0OLISH yet loud MINORITY (YES – Minority). Does not matter how you try to spin it (aka bots) or how loud you try to bark – EU people (with moral compass) simply stand WITH Isr@el. Deal with it!!

L’oiseau
L’oiseau
7 days ago
Reply to  Karl

Sorry but that is just not possible. These kind of acts don’t receive this amount of televotes. Also they received 12 from countries that usually don’t vote for Israel. Something is fishy

Alen
Alen
7 days ago

Swiss 4th in their Semi, 05th in Grand Final televote and won the Eurosong??? Things are pretty clear here.. Petty win and not a real winner in public eyes.

Lyly
Lyly
7 days ago
Reply to  Alen

It received televote points from EVERY country (except Israel). 200+ televote points is huge.

Toine
Toine
7 days ago
Reply to  Lyly

Still 4 countries who received more televote points…

Eyal
Eyal
7 days ago
Reply to  Toine

Also no 12’s, besides Ukraine. Maybe he lost 50 points because of the skirt.

Robert
Robert
7 days ago
Reply to  Lyly

And yet he came behind 3 ballads. I thought public votes only for joke acts and thats why we need juries

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
6 days ago
Reply to  Alen

Also, it’s astounding to realize that winning the jury vote is enough to win the contest, I’ve never seen a televote winner winning the contest being lower than third with the juries

Dave
Dave
7 days ago

Malta is once again one of the first to confirm next year’s participation. Why?

Just give up. Stop wasting our public money. I wouldn’t say Europe is against you, it just doesn’t care that you exist, just as it doesn’t care San Marino exists. You’re a nobody in its eyes. You need to send excellence to maybe scrape through the finals, while others pass even with mediocrity.

Eyal
Eyal
7 days ago
Reply to  Dave

They just need to get their act together. Look at the Swiss record from the last 5 years, after almost 25 years of last places.

Karl
Karl
4 days ago
Reply to  Dave

Malta are desperate.

ZorraHuracanada
ZorraHuracanada
8 days ago

Eden Golan had a beautiful ballad and voice. Then you can add whatever you want about politics etc.

But she had talent and song.

Eyal
Eyal
7 days ago

To me the song was generic, but the last 20 seconds of it showes she’s a good vocalist. She also comes across as a real musician. Mid table for me.

Tommy
Tommy
8 days ago

No way Iceland gave Israel 8 pts in televote or Albanians voted for them when they don’t like jewish people. Israel used bots everywhere to vote and frankly they should be kicked out f ESC ofrever. Enoguh already.

Samo
Samo
8 days ago
Reply to  Tommy

Or maybe people aren’t obsessed with hating “jewish people” (your words, not mine) like you are and actually push back against the hate you and your friend bought to the Eurovision. Your hate is what gave us the reason to vote for Israel.

Doris
Doris
8 days ago
Reply to  Tommy

It makes clearly sense, remember they kicked out Bashar sending already a message.

Sh1ft_key
Sh1ft_key
8 days ago
Reply to  Tommy

It’s not about Jewish people. Thousands of Jewish people worldwide condemn the actions of the state of Israel. Yes, Scandinavians are more supportive of Palestinians in this current conflict, but most decided to boycott the event this year which makes it easier for the pro-Israeli people.

Eyal
Eyal
7 days ago
Reply to  Tommy

Or maybe the voters in those countries liked the song. We can also see that Scandinavians didn’t vote for Norway at all. So they don’t like Norwegians or just the Norwegian song?

Nadiia
Nadiia
6 days ago
Reply to  Tommy

Iceland voted for Hera !

Jonas
Jonas
8 days ago

Joost.

I really can’t judge what happened. I was not there, and have no idea how it went down.

That said, I actually applaud the EBU for their zero tolerance policy. When I think about shows like America’s Got Talent or Love Island where contestants, judges and staff are often humiliated and treated like sh!t as Simon Cowell and co. have grapes fed to them as they recline making their millions… or Ellen DeGeneres… or many other examples… I’m just glad our great contest is not like that.

We are all born as a human beings.

MaggieMayhem
MaggieMayhem
8 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

Great, but that’s a very hypocritical thing to say when another participating country is being investigated by the ICC, which is being ignored because of a conflict of interest from the Eurovision sponsor.

Jonas
Jonas
8 days ago
Reply to  MaggieMayhem

No it’s not, and that’s not why it was ignored. Russia were allowed to stay, until broadcasters complained and threatened to withdraw. Then the EBU buckled. The same thing did not happen with Israel this year. The broadcasters themselves allowed the EBU to stick to their position.

Anyway, I’m talking about workplace environment. Not the Middle East.

Ricardo
Ricardo
7 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

Ok, let’s call that statement fair enough. Meanwhile, what do you think of contestants complaining about being bullied by (insert country name) delegation? What happened to the zero tolerance policy there?

Anna Banana
Anna Banana
8 days ago

Marko is 5th in the global viral 50 and therefore the highest song from ESC24 charting there. <3

Montell
Montell
8 days ago

Here are my observations about this year’s Eurovision results. Switzerland’s jury score is record-breaking. On average, they received 10.1 points from every country’s jury. For comparison, the second and third highest jury scores per country were achieved by Sweden in 2023 (9.4 on average) and Portugal (9.3 on average). It’s surprising because I feel that both Sweden and Portugal were much more deserving jury winners than Switzerland this year. If it weren’t for Israel, Croatia’s televote score would have been much higher, possibly granting them a win. Due to political voting, Israel received 12 points from 15 countries, which meant… Read more »

Stian F
Stian F
8 days ago
Reply to  Montell

Talking about originality but obviously not finding a mix of drum’n’bass, rap and opera with a topic never sung about before in Eurovision not original enough to be deserving of a jury victory? Last year Loreen had a generic song about love…just very well performed… her vocals were impeccible yes, but so were Nemos, and he did lots of moving around and impressed more than what Loreen did in 2023. Nemo is the most deserving jury winner ever if you ask me!!!

Oetam
Oetam
8 days ago
Reply to  Stian F

You should not talk like that about our mother :/
She will always stay the Queen of all the performers 🙂
Nemo did a great job. He did move (that surely didnt bring him points, I think Kaleen
moved more and you saw how that ended), his vocals and that final spin brought him a victory.
Most deserving jury winner this year? Yup.
Most deserving jury winner ever?! Nope.

That song wont be playing much on radio, especially on PunjabiFM I keep listening recently 😀

Oetam
Oetam
8 days ago
Reply to  Montell

Your obsrevations are pretty accurate, especially those regarding Israeli public votes. Croatia would kill the televote if there was no Israel. I think Ukraine will always keep getting high votes because of immigrants in neighbouring countries (and their song was cute this year, a bit too dramatic for me) As for Israel, they have none of those, only a big chunk of money and a lack of shame. (And their song was jury-wise great. They would have gotten a bit chunk of the jury vote if they hadnt been smacking Palestinians for a while now) Nemo, this year, had no… Read more »

Lisa
Lisa
5 days ago
Reply to  Oetam

Ukraine has immigrants in alle countries now, not just neighbouring. The are a ton of Ukranian refugees here in the Netherlands for example.

LUO
LUO
8 days ago
Reply to  Montell

Why are you assuming that Israel points would translate to Croatia points if they were absent? When you already won the televote its already very hard to add more points to it. For example 5000 votes might push you from 12th place in a country rankings to 5th place and you and you gain 6 points. But when you are second or third it is way harder. you might even need 10k votes to go from 3rd to 2nd and that translates to only 2 extra points. Baby lasagna was so high in televote, that anything beyond that would be… Read more »

Oetam
Oetam
8 days ago
Reply to  LUO

I get what you say…. There are 2 discussions at the moment: 1. *if Israeli were absent* Croatia would lose bunch of points cause Joost would still be in the final ( AINT NOBODY GOT TIME FOR THAT discussion) 2. *Israeli are present* and they magically got 15 12s (even Noa last year Got 4 12s Next to Kaarija and Loreen, and I think Noa was far more interesting to public than Eden. If they hadnt played dirty BL would score higher, and maybe enough for the win as juries wouldn’t be alarmed by RAI and would kindly spread those… Read more »

Lisa
Lisa
5 days ago
Reply to  Montell

I do understand the high jury score for Zwitserland. His vocal performance combined with that complex choreography was astonishing, so very skilled. He got those points for that.

Epicurean
Epicurean
8 days ago

Funny by the way Israel gives 12 points to Luxembourg.. who is..Jewish. Coincidence or friendly voting because sharing the same ethnicity?

Bani
Bani
8 days ago
Reply to  Epicurean

Israel learned from GREECE and CYPRUS 🙂

Dawid
Dawid
8 days ago
Reply to  Epicurean

Other funny coincidence. Tali said to press that banning Netherlands was the best thing to do.

Of course coincidence

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
8 days ago
Reply to  Epicurean

More likely the latter. There were times when countries have awarded other countries because the latter singer is originally from the former’s country. For example, Belarus giving their 12 points to Norway in 2009 because Alexander Rybak was originally born in Belarus before his family immigrated to Norway when he was young.

Darren
Darren
7 days ago
Reply to  BadWoolfGirl

Hard to say with Norway 2009 as it was a firm favorite anyway. He got the highest ever vote score in the old system at that time.

Luxembourg 2024 wasn’t on the radar though

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
8 days ago

I voted for croatia last night, he was phenomenally good but switzerland are great either, a stunning top 2 of what was a very strong year

Epicurean
Epicurean
8 days ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Joost Klein would be Top 5.

But the EBU found a stick to beat him with.

Guilty until innocent is proven! Upside down world of the EBU.

Paul
Paul
8 days ago

I wonder how a Martin Osterdahl’s doing after yesterday… was half expecting to hear he resigned

Epicurean
Epicurean
8 days ago
Reply to  Paul

You think these people resign? They have no shame.

Money is all they care about. Eurovision joy has been destroyed in favour of money

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
8 days ago
Reply to  Paul

That mf has no integrity, he won’t resign and his org is a circlejerk, so he won’t be kicked out either

Epicurean
Epicurean
8 days ago

Joost Klein felt unsafe being filmed right after his performance which is very emotional for him.

It was agreed upon with EBU / SVT not to film him right after. Yet they still didn’t despite this agreement and reminders.

EBU and SVT purposely made Joost Klein feel unsafe and bullied him. And then they punish him for reacting to being cornered?

EBU / Eurovision is finished as we knew it.

Dave
Dave
8 days ago
Reply to  Epicurean

Unsafe because he was filmed? did he undertands the conecpt of this contest? this is a very poor and embrassing exuse

Epicurean
Epicurean
8 days ago
Reply to  Dave

There was an agreement that he wouldn’t be filmed after leaving the stage to go to his dressing room due to the emotional state he was in.

This has been ignored and instead he got harassed. That is bullying and people can feel unsafe in such a situation.

It’s telling the camera woman is crickets. As she is embarrassed I am sure for destroying someone’s dreams.

Dawid
Dawid
8 days ago
Reply to  Epicurean

She’s not embarassed. She did that on purpose. Imagine calling Police because someone made some gesture towards you, demand legal action even though police tells you there’s no basis and straight up refusing to talk listen to anything from Netherlands delegation.

It’s classic setup and she should be prosecuted for false accusation.

Eyal
Eyal
8 days ago
Reply to  Epicurean

They didn’t respect what was agreed. It still doesn’t justify threatening.

Epicurean
Epicurean
8 days ago
Reply to  Eyal

It also doesn’t justify disqualifying him. Yet the perpetrator the camera woman can live happily after abusing someone else.

MaggieMayhem
MaggieMayhem
8 days ago
Reply to  Eyal

The “threatening” action was Joost pulling down the telephone, after multiple warnings. Like most people do after being filmed without consent.

Eyal
Eyal
8 days ago
Reply to  MaggieMayhem

This is not a reason to DQ him, of course, and I get the point that if someone is not used to such media attention then it should be respected that he needs his time and space. And yet, he chooses this profession, he knows very well that privacy is questionable when you are a known figure. You can’t have your cake and eat it.

Milla
Milla
8 days ago
Reply to  Epicurean

What? I can’t believe they did things on purpose. I think there is more to the story. The photographers camera broke. And she got frightened. There are witnesses. Joost acted threatening according to them. But we still don’t know what happened between the photographer and Joost. Maybe he also broke an agreement but don’t want aknowledge that.

MaggieMayhem
MaggieMayhem
8 days ago
Reply to  Milla

Why are you spinning the story?! It’s not a photographer and there is no broken property. It’s the staff member that did the TikTok vids with a mobile phone. Joost and the delegation first complained about her during his first rehearsal. The last 20 seconds of Europapa is a very emotional ode to his parents, and because of this Joost relives the death of his parents and therefore is in a very vulnerable state when exiting the stage. Therefore, they specifically requested BEFOREHAND to not be filmed. The staff person violated the agreement. Backstage is supposed to be a safe… Read more »

Milla
Milla
8 days ago
Reply to  MaggieMayhem

Spinning the story? It’s in the swedish newspapers.

MaggieMayhem
MaggieMayhem
8 days ago
Reply to  Milla

It’s not true. Find some proper sources

Milla
Milla
7 days ago
Reply to  MaggieMayhem

And do you have a proper source? What are they? One word against another..

Milla
Milla
7 days ago
Reply to  MaggieMayhem

Do you believe that a person is allowed to threaten and act violently because bounderies have been broken? It’s no reasons to behave that way! And there must be more to the story or else the police would not have been involved in this and a disqualification wouldn’t have been nessecary. Of course the dutch want’s to save their faces and say that it was not that bad.. But we’ll see how it goes. In June it seems we will get more information on how they will proceed.

Milla
Milla
7 days ago
Reply to  Milla

If the photographer herself first acted out in violence it’s a totally different situation, but I hardly believe that..

Epicurean
Epicurean
8 days ago
Reply to  Milla

There is one tabloid spinning the story.

I rather trust the Dutch broadcaster.

It’s really simple. Show the footage. Then we will know what has happened.

Milla
Milla
7 days ago
Reply to  Epicurean

Of course the dutch broadcaster is on Josst side. Just saying..

Cos
Cos
8 days ago
Reply to  Milla

The bottom line is if someone said NO for multiple times , can’t she just accept it as an answer and respect him , why she have to carried what she doing. No means No and it had nothing to do with what profession you’re in. If you say No ,you aspect the other party to respect your answer..

Fatima
Fatima
8 days ago
Reply to  MaggieMayhem

Still don’t really understand this Maggie. If he was happy to include that emotion for millions to see as part of his staging then why would he then be ‘vulnerable’? We’ve only heard one side of the story (so far), even though there must be film of the incident.

MaggieMayhem
MaggieMayhem
8 days ago
Reply to  Fatima

Are you delusional? He was orphaned at 12 years old, and the lyrics makes him RELIVE that experience. His entire act is 100% authentically Joost Klein. His dream was winning Eurovision, and he wanted to do that with his story. There is footage, and it will not be published. The footage aligns with the Avrotros statement, so EBU is gonna make sure no one sees it. I hope there is a whistleblower in that awful organization.

alfie23
alfie23
8 days ago

So, what’s going on with Semi 1? I hear something was wrong with poland and azer? And then there is an issue with San Marino?

Camilla
Camilla
8 days ago
Reply to  alfie23

What as that about? I haven’t heard.

alfie23
alfie23
8 days ago
Reply to  Camilla

Well, they have released the breakdown of the semi 2 and final, but not semifinal 1. . . . something is up….. just rumors right now.

duxx
duxx
8 days ago
Reply to  alfie23

You ve heard wrong

Marlinken
Marlinken
8 days ago

Was there a more poetic moment this year than when the UK received 0 points, laughed it off anyway and all the audience starting cheering for them but Israel, who were getting their televote next, thought the audience was suddenly cheering them and looked confused?! ?

Eyal
Eyal
8 days ago
Reply to  Marlinken

It was an odd moment, yes.

Ari
Ari
8 days ago
Reply to  Marlinken

It was an immature soap opera moment created by people with no manners who don’t even realise how rotten they are.

Eyal
Eyal
8 days ago
Reply to  Ari

I think they moved to Israel too fast. Why not give us 10-15 more seconds of the UK delegation responding to the 0 points? First, it’s a drama and makes a great TV moment, second, show some respect for the artist! then move on to the next country.

Stephanie
Stephanie
8 days ago

I still don’t understand how it is possible that Israël has done so well ..They even won the second semi final…like how?

Sometimes
Sometimes
8 days ago
Reply to  Stephanie

I seen people on twitter brag how they voted for Isra.el with multiple sim cards, so i assume politically Isr.ael supporters did that all over the europe, hence the stupid televote results.

Marlinken
Marlinken
8 days ago
Reply to  Stephanie

A lot of conservative movements were telling their followers to vote for Israel as an “anti-w o k e” vote. I was in the UK last week and it was on G B N e ws everyday (you can find it easily on Y*u Tube, along with S k y News Australia doing the same thing). I’ve seen it a bit in conservative French and Italian timelines too. These people don’t even like ESC and don’t align with it’s values, but no opportunity is too petty to push their agenda. They’re not really interested in “conserving” the nature and traditions… Read more »

Samo
Samo
8 days ago
Reply to  Stephanie

Sympathy votes. What did you expect was gonna happen after all that bullying before and during the show? This was absolutely predictable, it literally always happens in situations like this. One side pushes too far and the other side pushes back.

Eyal
Eyal
8 days ago
Reply to  Stephanie

Well, you can see that even Iceland gave 8 points to Israel, and there are other examples like Slovenia or Albania. there are less than 250 Jews in each of those countries. It means they liked the song.

Tommy
Tommy
8 days ago
Reply to  Eyal

No way Albania would give points to Israel. Albanians don’t like the jews. So it was bots voting everywhere.

Alecs
Alecs
8 days ago
Reply to  Stephanie

They invested money

Dane
Dane
8 days ago
Reply to  Stephanie

I think it was a reaction to all the hate Eden has received during these weeks in eurovision. so tbh it was only a big fail for the haters

Milla
Milla
8 days ago
Reply to  Stephanie

How? I think I can speak for Sweden. Israel got 12 points in our televote because I think people voted for Eden and her performance. And the song has a universal message. She should not be blamed for what her goverment is doing. Eden is a great artist with a powerful voice. And I think she as a person should be treated with respect. So it was Eden that got the sympathy votes, not Israel.

Marlinken
Marlinken
7 days ago
Reply to  Milla

Eden wants to join the Israeli military and has generally come across as a monster. F@*k Eden.

Tommy
Tommy
8 days ago
Reply to  Stephanie

Bots.

Fatima
Fatima
8 days ago

If this were sport then Joost should also have been disqualified from the semi-final. In which case the semi should be rescored with Aiko presumably becoming a rightful finalist.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
8 days ago
Reply to  Fatima

shut your mouth israel lover

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
8 days ago
Reply to  Fatima

For a moment, I thought that that was gonna happen but it didn’t.
But, looking back, of course it wasn’t gonna happen, EBU and Osterdahl do everything with their feet.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
8 days ago

how robbed we were with Europapa

thanks to Israel

YUK

and you cannot even report to the SVT/EBU if you are filmed upon without permission by the israeli delegation

i hope we dutch withdraw for the next 10 years and hopefully many more withdrawals pls

salomon the sardine
salomon the sardine
8 days ago
Reply to  Anonymous91
  1. I hope so too
  2. Israel is risponsible for Joost using violence? and Jews control the world I guess. (pathetic)
  3. YUK
Anonymous91
Anonymous91
8 days ago

joost complained to that camera woman about the israeli delegation filming him without his permission, and something he earlier stated he didn’t want, and then you have a bad mouth immediately obviously, that easily triggered camera woman lol

salomon the sardine
salomon the sardine
8 days ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

That is your assumption. My assumption is that he hit a Swed worker’s face.

Ask me why? I will answer to you like this: I will cover my face, ignoring you and say: “Why not?”.

Cos
Cos
8 days ago

Go ahead and cover it and squeeze all the sardines in a can and remember to label it before it get exported .

Jo.
Jo.
8 days ago

btw, the ebu didn’t expell the member of the israeli delegation who harassed other delegations, he was with them in the green room

Darren
Darren
8 days ago
Reply to  Jo.

Of course not, then like other western institutions and governments are afraid of offending a few Zio’s or be called anti semites by big daddy USA.

Marlinken
Marlinken
8 days ago

Well my darlings that’s me done for another year. Well done Nemo; Switzerland is a beautiful country and will do a good job of hosting. Commiserations to Croatia who brought joy to my whole season (BL took that final televote reveal like a gentleman). Love to Norway, Spain and the UK who all, once again, deserved so much better than they got. Although I love how easy it is to post on wiwi, I’m not coming back for the next season unless they do something about the Israeli bots and trolls here which are now sounding as anti-Western as the… Read more »

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
8 days ago
Reply to  Marlinken

Bruh, they should do something about vile ppl on both sides, a lot of the pro Palestine crowd has said and done horrible things on this site too

salomon the sardine
salomon the sardine
8 days ago

Wiwi on youtube: “Lets talk about top 5”. Talking without mentioning a the 5th counrty and even skipped to talk about the rest of the counries.

Pathetic, BBC workers indeed.

Not even to mention Israel 2nd place from televoters. Lost all credibility.

Samo
Samo
8 days ago

Blogs don’t matter, the results do. Hate will not prevail and Europe stood up against bullies with its massive support for Israel. That’s what counts. I got my faith in humanity restored a little last night.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
8 days ago
Reply to  Samo

i hope eden golan will get her karma someday soon tbh

salomon the sardine
salomon the sardine
8 days ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

And win! Inshallah!!!!
That will be a good ending

Doris
Doris
8 days ago

credibility was lost since a romanian NF in 2019…..

salomon the sardine
salomon the sardine
8 days ago
Reply to  Doris

what happened there?

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
8 days ago

we don’t care about Israel’s televote result, they shouldn’t be in eurovision anymore, but the cowardly EBU lack a backbone to kick them out

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
8 days ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Yet you keep b*tching about them

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
8 days ago
Reply to  BiCHOTA

I am not a coward though, and no i don’t hate israeli people in a personal way, just pissed about the controversies this year which made the esc season very miserable for me

Slabsson54
Slabsson54
8 days ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Oh, you do not hate Israeli people in a personal way, just in a genocidal one, right, or how can one interprete these words of yours: “disgusting post this, i hope israel will no longer exist soon”?

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
7 days ago
Reply to  Slabsson54

i meant the current government of that leader which name begins with a N

and no, i mean no harm to the israeli citizens, so you liked this years esc season i presume?

Jo.
Jo.
8 days ago

luxembourg kept their 100% qualification streak intact, a great feat for a small country

Jonas
Jonas
8 days ago
Reply to  Jo.

Rigged

Jofty
Jofty
8 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

Agree, at least “helped” at best

Jonas
Jonas
8 days ago
Reply to  Jofty

Really?

Whisker
Whisker
8 days ago

“Hurricane” being played by Michael Dickson on the piano exhibit in the H ostage Square in Tel Aviv speaks to the power of music. Thank you.

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
8 days ago
Reply to  Whisker

Thanks. I noticed Michael changed the key to Amin/C, so maybe he could sing it as well? Interesting.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
8 days ago
Reply to  Whisker

i hope Michael Dickson meets his karma soon either

Angelina
Angelina
8 days ago

For the Israeli Eurovision fans here,

For me, not israeli, not jewish, this year wider opened my eyes.
I am done here.

Israel’s song and performance were high class.
Heartbreaking and hopeful. Pure and warm, with the lovely dancers.

I will keep it and will watch it many more times.

For me one of yesterday’s most moving moments was the guy in the audience, in tears, for his friends,

all for the dancers in the storm.

Love

Angelina
Angelina
8 days ago
Reply to  Angelina

The staging was like a classic painting and i loved the contemporary ballet.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
8 days ago
Reply to  Angelina

disgusting post this, i hope israel will no longer exist soon

Slabsson54
Slabsson54
8 days ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

I hope people like you will not exist soon either.

Cos
Cos
7 days ago
Reply to  Slabsson54

Hard luck! there will be another exist sooner or later . Keep in mind

Cos
Cos
7 days ago
Reply to  Angelina

Sorry France is the best song and the best vocal singer

Jonas
Jonas
8 days ago

By the way, I just read the rules. Section 13a. 1st place gets the trophy, but 6th place gets the crown.

Doris
Doris
8 days ago

Proof Jury vote was totally rigged toward Israel : last year Unicorn finished jury 2nd with an average pop song and barely singing, most of the time dancing. This year with a better song and singer they get only 52 points ?? WTF EBU you clearly see an unsincere vote. Cancel this jury. I don’t even care if Croatia is then declared winner now.

Dane
Dane
8 days ago
Reply to  Doris

it was for the best that Israel did not win and it comes from someone who like the song

Jake
Jake
8 days ago
Reply to  Doris

Can’t you make the argument that public vote can also be seen as rigged because people voted for it for reasons other than song.

Jo.
Jo.
8 days ago
Reply to  Doris

israel did better than latvia and serbia, both had great ballads. did the juries blank latvia and serbia for political reasons too?

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
8 days ago
Reply to  Doris

Honestly the jury vote is weird, they’re supposed to appreciate the artistic value that we, the public, don’t think about, but they usually vote in ways that make you wonder if they really do that

Dane
Dane
8 days ago

Denmark was not that far from the final and Norway was almost a NQ is a surprise for me

Nadiia
Nadiia
8 days ago
Reply to  Dane

Even though Gunchild can sing good and loud, she was singing about being turned into a wolf drinking the blood of her half-brother.
It was not in English, but people still could feel the mood of that theme.

There were already too many other withces, demons, face masks in Eurovision. The fans of these were concentrated on one.
It appears that most people want the opposite and are for a more positive mood.

Jo.
Jo.
8 days ago
Reply to  Nadiia

if people at home knew that, they would’ve voted for norway LOL

Nadiia
Nadiia
6 days ago
Reply to  Jo.

Very few televotes in the final for Norway.

All the votes for the demons, witches, ladywolf, face masks etc. combined
are much less than the votes for the songs with a more positive mood.
The people at home chose for light.

Jonas
Jonas
8 days ago

Congratulations to Nemo.

A fair winner. I personally do not care that Switzerland failed to win the televote. They still did very well. If this was a POPULARITY contest, Croatia should absolutely have won… but it’s not. It’s a song contest, decided by both popularity and QUALITY. The televoters decide the former, the jurors the latter. A mix then decides the winner.

Jonas
Jonas
8 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

#Lugano2025

Kobe
Kobe
8 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

#Geneva2025

Dane
Dane
8 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

It was so deserved that Nemo won

Alex
Alex
8 days ago

I mean, it’s finally time the jury power to be reduced or much better, to get rid of them completely and for good. Eurovision is for the millions watching not for a 5 people sitting in a room deciding the fate of the contest, having a questionable taste. Second year in a row the public’s choice is turned down. Last year Finland, this year Croatia. The trophy should had been received by Baby Lasagna because he was simply the best last night. Mark my words, Rim Tin Tagi Tim will continue to live for a long time and he will… Read more »

Raul
Raul
8 days ago
Reply to  Alex

No . Jury and televote that’s a fine mix

Jonas
Jonas
8 days ago
Reply to  Alex

We have no idea who the public favourite is. All we know is that Croatia got the most points. Not the same thing.

Eurogambler
Eurogambler
8 days ago
Reply to  Alex

The arrogance of people that think the public vote is more valid than the jury vote (but only the years that it suits them).

Milla
Milla
8 days ago
Reply to  Eurogambler

My thought as well, only the years that suits them.

Marlinken
Marlinken
8 days ago
Reply to  Alex

Yet another, “I want a different outcome or the manager needs to be fired”. Calm down Karen. The juries were the best thing about this mess.

Sgedi
Sgedi
8 days ago
Reply to  Alex

Probably 99% of viewers are hearing the songs for the first time in the final. No one can realistically judge the full artistic merit of 25 songs played straight through in one go. If it was left entirely to the public vote, all we get is what is the most instantly catchy song, and that’s not the same as being the best quality song. I really liked Rim Tim Tagi Dim when I first heard it but I soon got a bit bored of it because its too one-note and some of the lyrics are pretty terrible (“come on y’all,… Read more »

Thorula
Thorula
8 days ago
Reply to  Sgedi

Your comment makes total sense. Yet, I find that the lyrics from Croatia were more layered than the Swiss one. The 0 and 1 s story is straightforward once everything TV commentaire Saïd they are non binary, the situation about emigration in Eastern Europe can be missed by the “so pretty, so advanced city boys”. But that’s just personnal tastes

Ricardo
Ricardo
8 days ago
Reply to  Alex

The judges don’t have a questionable taste, people do. Despacito was for example a huge hit and it’s a terrible song. The judges, who have music education and formation, will always lean towards quality instead of the easy, no substance garbage most common people do. All in all, the combo creates a fair and balanced outcome, a winner that pleases both.

FizzPunk
FizzPunk
8 days ago
Reply to  Alex

i dont want the juries out. Its a good balance with the public vote imo. I hope the jury votes will also come back in the semies. Countries will take more care of not sending only joke or dance acts.

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
6 days ago
Reply to  Alex

I’m not in for getting rid of juries, but I agree something must be done about them. The votes are supposedly split 50/50, but juries tend to be more determinant when it comes to chosing the winner

Yasyas
Yasyas
8 days ago

As a Dutchman, I’m pissed. But I got tears of joy when Isra*l did not win the contest <3. Happy for Nemo, but also sad for Baby Lasagne for not winning that trophy. I voted for you buddy, hope you’ll have a great career comming up. Croatia can be really proud of you!

Sh1ft_key
Sh1ft_key
8 days ago

Do we know which of the Norwegian jurors are responsible for the 8 points to Israel?

Eightlegs
Eightlegs
8 days ago
Reply to  Sh1ft_key

I wonder how many jurors avoided giving Israel a high rating simply for fear of the crazies coming after them

Angelina
Angelina
8 days ago
Reply to  Sh1ft_key

Your question just proves one of the reasons of yesterday’s jury results.

Eyal
Eyal
8 days ago
Reply to  Angelina

Maybe the juries also thought the Israeli song was generic and they heard it before. I agree it’s a top 10 material, but there were better songs competing.

Slabsson54
Slabsson54
8 days ago
Reply to  Sh1ft_key

I do not know. But this totalitarian behaviour.- you can have any opinion, as long as it is mine – is imho responsible for the high Israeli televote. I noticed in many Czech comment sections that despite the low credit of the ESC in Czechia, people will grab their phones and send 20 votes to ISR just to face the hatred on the streets. If it wasn´t for the Ukrainian refugees, I am pretty sure Israel would have had another douze points. Not everyone is keen on far-leftists and Islamists heckling…

Lala
Lala
8 days ago
Reply to  Sh1ft_key

I know who it isn’t, so that leaves one person out of the mix. Daniel Owen, who you may remember from MGP 2021 with the song ‘Psycho’, was a part of the jury, and he uploaded a video on instagram today where he declared that he didn’t vote for israel. That leaves Lars Horn Lavik (music producer) Annprincess (from MGP this year), Gunnilla Süssmann (concert pianist) and Lisa Stokke (musical artist).

Anna Banana
Anna Banana
8 days ago

On another note, have you seen the welcome party they are doing in Zagreb? It is so heartwearming, the Main square is full as if Marko has won

Emily
Emily
8 days ago
Reply to  Anna Banana

It’s lovely to see 🙂

Gianni
Gianni
8 days ago

The televote results could have looked very differently, had NL not be disqualified. Joost scored more votes in semi 2 than Croatia and Switzerland did in semi 1.

Johnny
Johnny
8 days ago
Reply to  Gianni

Croatia and Switzerland were not in the same Semi. Croatia was with Ukraine that came third in the Grand final televote. Btw second semi had one more country than semi 1

Toine
Toine
8 days ago
Reply to  Johnny

Switzerland was in the same semi as Joost.

Eurogambler
Eurogambler
8 days ago
Reply to  Gianni

It would have hurt baby lasagne more that nemo

GojoSatoru
GojoSatoru
8 days ago

Congrats, Joost, for winning semifinal 2.

Salmon the sardine
Salmon the sardine
8 days ago
Reply to  GojoSatoru

It reminds me the slogan: “by any means”. Advocating violence when it suits your agenda. Disgusting.

Raul
Raul
8 days ago
Reply to  GojoSatoru

Plus . Fact he didn’t win . Did Israel . And politics apart Israel was on my top 10 . The Netherlands as Finland as Austria were on my bottom 10.

It’s a facto babe . Lots of people voted for Israel . Do you know what ? My mum did . Do you know why ? Because it was melodic . Because Eden sing it very well. And because my mom disagreed on the harassement to the girl . Plus my mum as the majority of people don’t like burkha people …. And t€e€re€or people

Jonas
Jonas
8 days ago
Reply to  Raul

I see. Deciding who to vote for based on your opinion of “burkha people”… seems fair.

Darren
Darren
8 days ago
Reply to  Raul

Ew. Ew to everything in that comment.

FizzPunk
FizzPunk
8 days ago
Reply to  GojoSatoru

Israel won with 194 points, NLD;s 2nd with 182 votes.

Epicurean
Epicurean
8 days ago

Time for a European sponsor to sponsor a European contest.

EBU condones the k1lling of 30.000+ Arabs by Israel by letting them participate and going out of their way to accomodate them even at the expense of the other actual European contestants.

Darren
Darren
8 days ago
Reply to  Epicurean

There is no end to possible European companies who could sponsor this.

Airlines, car companies literally anyone

Jonas
Jonas
8 days ago
Reply to  Darren

Anyone?

We should crowdfund.

“The Eurovision Song Contest… sponsored by the Wiwibloggs Comments Section”

Thanos
Thanos
8 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

A self-managed, crowfunded Eurovision Song Contest where the fans are in charge. We would certainly be a much better management than the EBU. Decentralization rules!

Jonas
Jonas
8 days ago
Reply to  Thanos

We can form our own cabinet. It will be us sitting behind that desk.

Thanos
Thanos
8 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

And find a new catchphrase because “You’re good to go” has been connected to Osterdahl

FizzPunk
FizzPunk
8 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

And William for our PM!!

Darren
Darren
8 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

I’m in if you are.

“Eurovision Song Contest …sponsored by Jonas and Darren”
The music would obvs be Doomsday Blue of course.

Doris
Doris
8 days ago
Reply to  Epicurean

Sure you would prefer a Qatar, Saoudi Arabia sponsor….

Epicurean
Epicurean
8 days ago
Reply to  Doris

Clearly you need to go back to school since you don’t know which countries are European.

You’re too busy justifying mass m4rder.

Darren
Darren
8 days ago
Reply to  Doris

I know you’re fishing but.,.

Emirates airlines or Qatar Airlines would be a good sponsor in fairness. They already sponsor football clubs in Europe.

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
8 days ago
Reply to  Darren

And they ruined football fyi

Raul
Raul
8 days ago
Reply to  Epicurean

Do you really believe in those numbers ? ! Really ??! So let’s do it . Part of them are H1a1m1a!s troops . Better t1err1oris/ts. then part of the numbers in fact isn’t confirmed . Plus can you please go and see theyr status ? It’s on the net . They don’t want peace . They want to d1e1s1troy Israel . And do you know more . Learn about the imposition of sharia at Europe. There are facts showing that . 100 sharia courts at the UK . Europe is sleeping

Darren
Darren
8 days ago
Reply to  Raul

Absolute racist Islamophobic drivel of the highest order.

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
8 days ago
Reply to  Darren

Being an islamophile hasn’t done any good for your country, pal. Unless you like toddlers being stabbed by Muslim immigrants.

Darren
Darren
8 days ago
Reply to  BiCHOTA

We already had this discussion Bichota

Ireland is and will be fine.

Worry about those poor tourists in your own country who were murdered by your crazy local drug cartels the other day.

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
8 days ago
Reply to  Darren

Is it fine, though? I’ve heard a lot of sh*t done by Muslims in Ireland since, but ok cuck.
And about Mexico, yeah, my country’s as cucked as yours, the cartels aren’t our only concern as we have migrant gangs too

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
8 days ago
Reply to  BiCHOTA

Btw, what makes us different is that I do have a problem with that, while you love that sh*t and virtue signal about it. Not as if Arabs and Muslims aren’t Westphobic at all.

Darren
Darren
8 days ago
Reply to  BiCHOTA

Many have come here, settled, integrated and everything is fine.
No virtue signalling about it, it’s just facts.

I would have a problem if what you said was true but the fact is, that what you said is not true.
It’s funny how much you think you know here.

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
8 days ago
Reply to  Darren

“everything is fine”

Darren
Darren
8 days ago
Reply to  BiCHOTA

As someone who lives here, compared to you, I can say that yes, it is.
Problems exist everywhere and Ireland is no different in that regard.

But tourists can still go surfing here without being shot in the head by local crime groups. So all in all, everything is fine.

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
7 days ago
Reply to  Darren

What happened to those surfers isn’t the worst that could happen to you in Mexico. For example, you could get hacked to death with a machete by Central American gangsters. However, I’m not encouraging people to come here and risk their lives. I don’t claim to know better than you about your country, but your denial is astounding, to say the least.

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
7 days ago
Reply to  BiCHOTA

With that said, we’re about to get 200k murder victims during Lopez’s term (the current president, the mf who opened the borders and gave carte blanche to organized crime), but I’m not attention seeking about it nor calling other crowds names bc they’re unaware of this, unlike the pro-Palestine crowd does with Ukraine for example

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
7 days ago
Reply to  Darren

And many more have come and made a mess and intend to impose themselves, it’s the same situation even here in Mexico.

Darren
Darren
7 days ago
Reply to  BiCHOTA

The simple solution: not to tar everyone with the same brush. Not all Muslims are bad, you haven’t met every single one of them. And for the vast majority there is no issue. The issues you say about Ireland is an immigration thing, not all of those people are Muslim either. And most of the mess done about it is by local thug groups from the right. I’m not virtue signalling it is simply a fact. I’m here on the ground and I’m telling you. You don’t like all Muslims, that’s up to you, those I have met and interacted… Read more »

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
8 days ago
Reply to  Epicurean

I agree that Israel’s actions are to be condemned and that ESC should have a European company as its main sponsor, but Arabs ain’t saints either.

Samo
Samo
8 days ago

Croatia gave 0 jury points and only 1 televote point to Switzerand. Why don’t they at least pretend they are voting objectively? Croatian jury is the only one to not give any points to Switzerland (and all other juries gave them at least 5 points). There’s no way in hell that this wasn’t a tactical voting. I prefered Marco over Nemo (although I loved both entries) but this is a moment when I’m kinda happy that Croatia didn’t win. This kind of behaviour is not acceptable and suggests a bigger nationalism problem which I don’t want to see from a… Read more »

Cviti97
Cviti97
8 days ago
Reply to  Samo

If you look closely Croatian jurors placed Nemo 6th, 8th, 9th, 12th and 21st, placing Switzerland at 11th place. It’s not like they all placed him bottom 5..

Cviti97
Cviti97
8 days ago
Reply to  Cviti97

Them* my apologies

Johnny
Johnny
8 days ago
Reply to  Samo

Nah, he got more points than Loreen from jury. What would we call that lol. I just wish politics didn’t screw this year voting.

Samo
Samo
8 days ago
Reply to  Johnny

That’s cool, but doesn’t change anything about Croatian tactically ignoring a good entry which got points from all other countries.

delmas
delmas
8 days ago
Reply to  Samo

Or, just maybe, Nemo never deserved to get so many 12 points and it was rigged all along? I cannot see any reason why Nemo would dominate jury votes when competition this year is far greater than last years. Loreen is better than Nemo and Tattoo is better than The Code. I feel like they wanted Switzerland, the peace country, to win in this uncertain times. And also being non-binary always gives you extra points versus being heterosexual.

Samo
Samo
8 days ago
Reply to  delmas

Again, not the point. I’m not saying that there’s anything wrong with Croatia not giving him 12 points. But zero clearly isn’t the objective voting when each and every other jury gave them at least five points. Your theories about reasons beyond Nemo’s success are ridiculous – watch that performance again. You may not like it, but it’s absolutely clear why juries would like it musically.

Sun
Sun
8 days ago
Reply to  Samo

That is not new in Eurovision, for example, Italy always tactically scores in the years that they believe have a chance of victory. Furthermore, we always have friend votes from countries that speak the same language or share borders. This is reality and we all know it

Samo
Samo
8 days ago
Reply to  Sun

Well, I’m glad the contest will be hosted by a country that doesn’t do these shenanigans and gave Croatia honest vote, despite being their main contender.

Leo M
Leo M
8 days ago

Sad to see Mlata last again. The song wasn’t the best but the performance was good. Maybe fans just didn’t want another Slomo copy