Festival di Sanremo 2021 – This Is Our Winner!
The 5th evening 71st edition of Festival di Sanremo is taking place tonight and the winner will get a chance to represent Italy at Eurovision Song Contest 2021, which is going to be held in Rotterdam. A total of 26 acts
As soon as all of the competing acts got presented on Wednesday evening during the second evening of Festival di Sanremo, we started a poll where we asked you to let us know which of these 26 acts are YOUR personal favorites. This poll was closed today at 14:00 CET. The results of our poll have been combined with our jury votes (in a 50-50% voting system). 10 of our team members: (in a 50-50% voting system): Kyle, Ervin, Olivier, Jan, David, Matt, Marco, Danny, Nikola, Fouad as well as one guest jury member Cristina from OGAE Italy which is the Italian branch of General Organisation of Eurovision Fans represent the votes of ESCBubble’s jury. In this combined vote, we have found ESCBubble’s winner of Italian Festival di Sanremo 2021.
You can watch the entire voting (including the reveal of the results of our poll) right here:
After the votes of our jury members, Annalisa took the lead, with Måneskin in second place, and Irama in third. Three acts – Aiello, Extraliscio feat. Davide Toffolo, and Gio Evan failed to score any points from our jurors. The full results of our jury is as follows:
62 Ermal Meta
39 Willie Peyote
38 Lo Stato Sociale
29 Francesca Michielin & Fedez
20 Malika Ayane
16 Orietta Berti
15 La Rappresentante di Lista
14 Max Gazzè
3 Colapesce & Dimartino
3 Francesco Renga
0 Extraliscio feat. Davide Toffolo
0 Gio Evan
Our poll was closed at 14:00 CET today, and these are the full results:
There were some clear disagreements between our jurors and our readers, as Aiello failed to score a single point with our jurors, but finished in fifth place with our readers. The favorite of our readers, Måneskin score a big enough lead ahead of Annalisa, to become ESCBubble’s winner of Sanremo.
The full results can be seen in the video above, and you can listen to our winner of Sanremo – “Zitti e buoni” right here: