First general classification of Sanremo 2022 revealed, Elisa takes early lead!

With the second night of Sanremo 2022 at an end, we’ve been treated to the first general classification of this year’s festival, once all of the votes of the Press Jury (Sala Stampa) were counted and verified.

The first ranking of this year’s festival is as follows:

1  Elisa – O forse sei tu
2  Mahmood & Blanco – Brividi
3  La Rappresentante di Lista – Ciao ciao
4  Dargen D’Amico – Dove si balla
5  Gianni Morandi – Apri tutte le porte
6  Emma – Ogni volta è così
7  Ditonellapiaga & Rettore – Chimica
8  Massimo Ranieri – Lettera al di là del mare
9  Irama – Ovunque sarai
10  Fabrizio Moro – Sei tu
11  Giovanni Truppi – Tuo padre, mia madre, Lucia
12  Noemi – Ti amo, non lo so dire
13  Sangiovanni – Farfalle
14  Michele Bravi – Inverno dei fiori
15  Rkomi – Insuperabile
16  Achille Lauro feat. Harlem Gospel Choir – Domenica
17  Matteo Romano – Virale
18  Highsnob & Hu – Abbi cura di te
19  Giusy Ferreri – Miele
20  Iva Zanicchi – Voglio amarti
21  Aka 7even – Perfetta cosi
22  Le Vibrazioni – Tantissimo
23  Yuman – Ora e qui
24  Tananai – Sesso occasionale
25  Ana Mena – Duecentomila ore

Tonight, as well as the second set of 13 songs, we were treated to an emotional monlogue about racism from Italian actress Lorena Cesarini, as well as a guest performance from last year’s third place Ermal Meta on Orietta Berti’s cruiseliner the Costa Toscana, and the official reveal of this year’s Eurovision hosts, as Laura Pausini, Alessandro Cattelan and Mika all performed ABBA’s I Have A Dream.

With the Press Jury votes counted, tomorrow, all 25 acts return to the stage for the second time to perform their songs again, this time for the demoscopic jury, selected by RAI to represent a cross-section of Italian society and demographics, as well as the general public. While Elisa may be an early wearer of the proverbial maglia rosa, things could all change very quickly.

The winner on Saturday will be offered the chance to represent Italy at a home Eurovision in Turin in May. Some have already said they wouldn’t go, but realistically, would you turn it down?

Who did you enjoy most last night and tonight? Let us know in the comments and on social media, and remember to vote in our poll below!

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