18 people of different ages, professions and background took part in this year’s “The Public Reacts to Eurovision 2023” by ESCBubble. They are all casual viewers of the Eurovision Song Contest – none of them are big fans of the Contest, and none of them have heard any of the songs before we played them all to them (except maybe the one representing their own country).
We continue this year’s series with the song that is representing Iceland – “Power” by Diljá. In addition to telling us their thoughts and impressions, we also asked them all to score the song out of 10. Check out what they had to say about the Icelandic entry, and how did they score it right here:
In order to find the best song of Eurovision 2023, we also need YOUR vote:
- 10 29%, 46 votes46 votes 29%46 votes - 29% of all votes
- 8 18%, 29 votes29 votes 18%29 votes - 18% of all votes
- 7 10%, 16 votes16 votes 10%16 votes - 10% of all votes
- 6 9%, 14 votes14 votes 9%14 votes - 9% of all votes
- 5 7%, 11 votes11 votes 7%11 votes - 7% of all votes
- 3 7%, 11 votes11 votes 7%11 votes - 7% of all votes
- 1 7%, 11 votes11 votes 7%11 votes - 7% of all votes
- 2 6%, 10 votes10 votes 6%10 votes - 6% of all votes
- 9 5%, 8 votes8 votes 5%8 votes - 5% of all votes
- 4 3%, 4 votes4 votes 3%4 votes - 3% of all votes
The poll will close when tomorrow’s review of the Greek entry “What They Say” by Victor Vernicos is published, and then we will also announce the total score that Iceland received.
As we mentioned, 18 of our editors have also scored each of the songs from 1 to 10. The Icelandic song scored a total of 108 points from the ESCBubble team:
Our Cypriot poll is now closed, and their song “Break A Broken Heart” by Andrew Lambrou received a total of 117 points from our readers. Here’s their final score, and the current standings of Semi Final 2:
Here are also the current standings of Semi Final 1:
The top 10 in each semi final will qualify for ESCBubble’s Final. Our current qualifiers are Norway, Moldova, Portugal, Serbia and Israel.