Eurovision 2014

OGAE Ireland Award Their Eurovision 2014 Points – Olé Olé Olé

Ruth Lorenzo Eurovision 2014. Photo X-Factor

Ruth Lorenzo Eurovision 2014. Photo X-Factor

OGAE Ireland met and cast their votes on who they believe should win Eurovision 2014? Sixty Seven members cast their votes and in the end there was a winner – but who?

 

OGAE Ireland Eurovision 2014 Votes

 

1 point – Montenegro

2 points – Hungary

points – Austria

points – Denmark

5 points – Israel

6 points – Malta

7 points – Norway

8 points – Sweden

10 points – United Kingdom

12 points – Spain

Congratulations to Ruth Lorenzo for receiving her first set of 12 points for her song “Dancing In The Rain”

 

OGAE Eurovision 2014 Leaderboard After 12 Juries

 

 

  1. Sweden – 179 Points
  2. Israel – 108 Points
  3. Austria – 107 Points
  4. Hungary – 94 Points
  5. United Kingdom – 89 Points
  6. Armenia – 61 Points
  7. Norway – 58 Points
  8. Spain – 58 Points
  9. Greece – 48 Points
  10. Italy – 47 Points
  11. Denmark – 36 Points
  12. Montenegro – 35 Points
  13. Netherlands – 20 Points
  14. Ireland – 19 Points
  15. Azerbaijan – 18 Points
  16. Russia – 17 Points
  17. Belgium – 15 Points
  18. Ukraine – 12 Points
  19. Switzerland – 11 Points
  20. Germany – 11 Points
  21. Finland – 10 Points
  22. Romania – 9 Points
  23. Malta – 9 Points
  24. France – 8 Points
  25. Moldova – 7 Points
  26. San Marino/Latvia – 4 Points
  27. Slovenia – 3 Points
  28. Poland//Estonia – 2 Points
  29. FYR Macedonia – 1 Point

 

Molly from the United Kingdom closes in on Hungary after receiving 10 points from OGAE Ireland

 

Next up to vote is the host country of this year’s Eurovision Denmark.

 
Author/Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

Source : OGAE

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