These are YOUR 10 qualifiers from Semi Final 2!

Once we had all 42 (well, 43) songs released, we started a poll where we asked you to vote for your favorite songs in each of the semi finals. Now that the second semi final is on tonight, we are now ready to publish the results of our poll, and see which 10 songs would our readers like to see qualifying in tonight’s show.

Obviously, our readers could only see the rehearsals in the past couple of days, and most of the votes came before this. We started our poll with Romania included, and due to the late decision to disqualify the Romanian entry from Eurovision, we left this one in our poll.

The second semi final poll was won by Jamala from Ukraine with a total of 4,736 votes, and she is followed by Bulgaria’s Poli Genova with 4,344 votes in second, and Justs from Latvia in third with 3,636 votes. On the bottom of our list we find the Georgian entry who managed to score a total of 720 votes.

Here is the full ranking:

  1. Ukraine – Jamala – 1944 – 4,736
  2. Bulgaria – Poli Genova – If Love Was A Crime – 4,344
  3. Latvia – Justs – Heartbeat – 3,636
  4. Australia – Dami Im – Sound of Silence – 3,448
  5. Serbia – Zaa Sanja Vucic – Goodbye (Shelter) – 3,154
  6. Poland – Michal Szpak – Color Of Your Life – 2,936
  7. Norway – Agnete – Icebreaker – 2,934
  8. Belgium – Laura Tesoro – What’s The Pressure – 2,298
  9. Denmark – Lighthouse X – Soldiers Of Love – 2,128
  10. Israel – Hovi Star – Made Of Stars – 2,114
  11. Lithuania – Donny Montell – I’ve Been Waiting For This Night – 1,866
  12. Ireland – Nicky Byrne – Sunlight – 1,772
  13. Macedonia – Kaliopi – Dona – 1,488
  14. Switzerland – Rykka – The Last Of Our Kind – 1,462
  15. Albania – Eneda Tarifa – Fairytale – 954
  16. Belarus – Ivan – Help You Fly – 942
  17. Slovenia – ManuElla – Blue And Red – 836
  18. Georgia – Nika Kocharov & Young Georgian Lolitaz – Midnight Gold – 720

Romania’s Ovidiu Anton with his song “Moment Of Silence” finished in 15th place in our poll ahead of Eneda Tarifa with 1,152 votes.

Later during the day our panel of editors will also post our predictions for tonight’s semi final, and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter as we will be discussing tonight’s show there with all of our followers.

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