Lina Kuduzović from Slovenia is your favourite to win tonight!

Tonight is the night! Junior Eurovision Final show is about to start in several minutes and in less than 3 hours we will know the winner! But we all have our own favorite and you had an opportunity to share it with us in our Junior Eurovision poll. Let’s see the results!
We counted your voting in 2 ways: the average place for each country and in 12,10,8-1 Eurovision system. Surprisingly, there are only few discrepancies in 1-2 places, so we decided to count in the traditional Eurovision system. Some interesting facts:

Most times ranked first: Serbia
Most times ranked last: Georgia
Malta wasn’t ranked last a single time

So the following countries placed from 10 to 6:
10 – Albania
09 – Belarus
08 – San Marino
07 – Russia
06 – Ireland
Armenia and Australia are a bit higher on the 5th and the 4th places respectively. And time to announce top-3!
So bronze trophey goes to… Serbia! Congratulations, Lena! Be brave tonight to open the show with your beautiful song.
So the runner-up is…Malta!
And I think you’ve already guessed, that Lina from Slovenia is the favorite of our readers!

We decided to add votes from ESCBubble editors aka “Jury”. Slovenia stays on the top with Malta and Serbia on the 2nd place #together. These 3 girls rock!

Mikael, our Canadian editor, searched on youtube channels for traditional JESC ranking videos from people all over the world. We decided to put the results of the ranking based on 25 such videos together with the results of the editors and readers voting (45% and 45% for editors and readers and 10% for youtube channels). And no changes in top-3. So I think it’s safe to announce, that top-5 JESC 2015 songs (ESCBubble edition) are:
5 – Ireland
4 – Australia
These 2 are newcomers. Welcome!
Silver and Silver for Malta and Serbia!
And the winner is Lina Kuduzović from Slovenia! Absolutely girls story! 


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