Here is YOUR winner of Eurovision: Australia Decides!

The second edition of Eurovision: Australia Decides is going to take place tomorrow morning Central European Time, where a total of 10 acts are going to compete to become Kate Miller-Heidke’s successor, and to go on to represent Australia in the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest. The winner is going to be decided by a mix of jury votes and televoting.

In the past week we asked you to let us know which of the 10 acts is YOUR personal favorite by voting in our poll. The current results are as follows:

  1. Vanessa Amorosi – Lessons Of Love – 31.58%
  2. Jack Vidgen – I Am King I Am Queen – 17.69%
  3. Jordan-Ravi – Pushing Stars – 16.33%
  4. Montaigne – Don’t Break Me – 11.47%
  5. Jaguar Jonze – Rabbit Hole – 8.16%
  6. Mitch Tambo – Together – 7.29%
  7. Didirri – Raw Stuff – 3.21%
  8. Casey Donovan – Proud – 2.14%
  9. iOTA – Life – 1.36%
  10. Diana Rouvas – Can We Make Heaven – 0.78%

Vanessa Amorosi is the clear favorite of our readers, as she is well ahead of Jack Vidgen in second, and Jordan-Ravi in third place. Montaigne and Jaguar Jonze make up the top five. Diana Rouvas unfortunately failed to impress our readers, and scored less than 1% of the vote.

Our editors have also listened to all of the songs and voted. These were the overall results of our editors:

  1. Mitch Tambo – Together
  2. Vanessa Amorosi – Lessons Of Love
  3. Montaigne – Don’t Break Me
  4. Jordan-Ravi – Pushing Stars
  5. Jaguar Jonze – Rabbit Hole
  6. Diana Rouvas – Can We Make Heaven
  7. iOTA – Life
  8. Casey Donovan – Proud
  9. Didirri – Raw Stuff
  10. Jack Vidgen – I Am King I Am Queen

Our editors are undecided, as there was a tie-break at the top of the scoreboard, between Mitch Tambo, and Vanessa Amorosi. After the tie-break, Mitch was the one who took the top spot. They are followed by Montaigne in third place, Jordan-Ravi in fourth, and Jaguar Jonze completes the top five. Even though Jack Vidgen made it to the second place with our readers, he failed to impress our editors and finished in last place.

You can still cast your vote, as our poll will close at the end of the live show. Let us know your favorite of the 10 finalists by voting right here:

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