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Popjustice 12 Points Eurovision 2020 (Winner Revealed! Results on Page #4)

Discussion in 'Eurovision' started by stevo_1988, Apr 20, 2020.

  1. I see the UK, France, Belgium and Netherlands are culled for their cheap songs. Thank God. Surprised though Spain of all countries escaped that bullet.
     
  2. I was expecting some of my favs will be NQ, so no hard feelings.
    Anyway, I didn't miss the grand final! Voting immediately.
     
  3. Hello lovely people,

    We currently have a tie for 1st place! So really need your votes to help separate the entries. You have until Saturday evening to get involved.

    If you didn't vote in the semis, you can still vote in the final!

    Tagging peeps who voted before who haven't so far yet just in case they want to have their say:

    @WoW73
    @andymc35
    @daninternational
    @girlsaloudjunkie
    @phily693
     
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  5. I did bub, you thanked me back on May 15th x
     
  6. Ah that was just for the semis! This is now for the final and the grand prize! :)

    Also gives you a chance to move things round if your opinions have changed since then x
     
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  7. So it is!

    Apollocheese. Will get on it.
     
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  8. I'm basically done, I just want to sit on my votes for a little bit, in case I change my mind. The top 7-or-so are really easy, the last 3 though… There are way too many good songs to choose from!
     
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  9. I submitted my votes, and most of my favourites got through.

    With one glaring omission.



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  10. I know, right?!?! I love this song, but it's my husband's least favorite this year <.<
     
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  11. When does this close? Can I take part if I didn't take part in the semi final?
     
  12. londonrain

    londonrain Staff Member

    May 30, and yes.
     
    Last edited: May 28, 2020
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  13. You have until 23:59 UK Time on Saturday night to send me your votes :)
     
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  14. Just over 24 hours left to send in your votes and make sure your winner has the best chance to snatch the trophy.
     
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  15. Final call - just under 3 hrs to get your votes in
     
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  16. That's it folks! Voting has now closed and the results are being tabulated.

    Stay tuned for results coming at some point tomorrow...
     
  17. Really looking forward to this. Looking forward to seeing our winner.
     
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  18. As is customary while we wait for the results to come in (and because I have lockdown-related insomnia) let's take a look back the top 3 from the PJ crew since 2004

    Shout to all those who helped compile this list before I took over the gig


    2004
    1. Ruslana - "Wild Dances" (Ukraine)
    2. Lena Philipsson - "It Hurts" (Sweden)
    3. Sakis Rouvas - "Shake It" (Greece)

    2005
    1. Javine - "Touch My Fire" (UK)
    2. Vanilla Ninja - "Cool Vibes" (Switzerland)
    3. Femminem - "Call Me" (Bosnia/Herzegovina)

    2006
    1. Anzej Dezan - "Mr Nobody" (Slovenia)
    2. Kate Ryan - "Je T'adore" (Belgium)
    3. Silvia Night - "Congratulations" (Iceland)

    2007
    1. Olivia Lewis - "Vertigo" (Malta)
    2. Koldun - "Work Your Magic" (Belarus)
    3. The Ark - "The Worrying Kind" (Sweden)

    2008 (No actual voting this year, but these were mentioned the most in a "who are your favourites" thread.)
    1. Charlotte Perelli - "Hero" (Sweden)
    2. Maria - "Hold On Be Strong" (Norway)
    3. Ani Lorak - "Shady Lady" (Ukraine)

    2009
    1. Soraya - "La Noche Es Para Mi" (Spain)
    2. Malena Ernman - "La Voix" (Sweden)
    3. Hadise - "Dum Tek Tek" (Turkey)

    2010
    1. Chanee & Thomas N'evergreen - "In A Moment Like This" (Denmark)
    2. Safura - "Drip Drop" (Azerbaijan)
    3. Hera Björk - "Je Ne Sais Quoi" (Iceland)

    2011
    1. Stella Mwangi - "Haba Haba" (Norway)
    2. Eric Saade - "Popular" (Sweden)
    3. Blue - "I Can" (United Kingdom)

    2012
    1. Loreen - "Euphoria" (Sweden)
    2. Ivi Adamou - "La La Love" (Cyprus)
    3. Tooji - "Stay" (Norway)

    2013
    1. Margaret Berger - "I Feed You My Love" (Norway)
    2. Anouk - "Birds" (The Netherlands)
    3. Cascada - "Glorious" (Germany)

    2014
    1. Sanna Nilsen - "Undo" (Sweden)
    2. The Common Linnets - "Calm After the Storm" (Netherlands)
    3. Conchita Wurst - "Rise Like a Phoneix" (Austria)

    2015
    1. Loic Notett - "Rhythm Inside" (Belgium)
    2. Mans Zelmerlow - "Heroes" (Sweden)
    3. Elina Born & Stig Rasta - "Goodbye To Yesterday" (Estonia)

    2016
    1. Dami Im - "Sound of Silence" (Australia)
    2. Ira Losco - "Walk on Water" (Malta)
    3. Poli Genova - "If Love Was a Crime" (Bulgaria)

    2017
    1. Francesco Gabbani - "Occidentali's Karma" (Italy)
    2. Koit Toome and Laura - "Verona" (Estonia)
    3. Salvador Sobral - "Amar Pelos Dois" (Portugal)

    2018
    1. Eleni Foureira - "Fuego" (Cyprus)
    2. Saara Aalto - "Monsters" (Finland)
    3. Jessica Mauboy - "We Got Love" (Australia)

    2019
    1. Tamta - "Replay" (Cyprus)
    2. Hatari - "Hatrið Mun Sigra" (Iceland)
    3. Kate Miller-Heidke - "Zero Gravity" (Australia)
     
  19. And because I was really bored and still awake at 3am...

    Here's a Popjustice 12 Points Eurovision Medal Table for your delectation (I'll update it once I have announced the results for 2020)

    Gold - Silver - Bronze - Country

    4-3-1 Sweden
    2-1-1 Norway
    2-1-0 Cyprus
    1-1-0 Malta
    1-1-0 Belgium
    1-0-2 Australia
    1-0-1 Ukraine
    1-0-1 United Kingdom
    1-0-0 Slovenia
    1-0-0 Spain
    1-0-0 Denmark
    1-0-0 Italy
    0-2-0 The Netherlands
    0-1-2 Iceland
    0-1-1 Estonia
    0-1-0 Switzerland
    0-1-0 Belarus
    0-1-0 Azerbaijan
    0-1-0 Finland
    0-0-1 Greece
    0-0-1 Bosnia & Herzegovina
    0-0-1 Turkey
    0-0-1 Germany
    0-0-1 Austria
    0-0-1 Bulgaria
    0-0-1 Portugal
     
  20. Cyprus. The little country that could. Maybe I should start following it's charts. It is bop after bop
     
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