What are Youtube’s Eurovision 2016 hits (10 April)?

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As you’ll know, we’ve been tracking the fortunes of the videos of the 43 songs through their Youtube hits. These figures are based on the Official Videos on the official Eurovision Youtube channel. There are other videos of the songs on there, but we’re only counting the Official Video hits. Here we are as at 1800 CET on Sunday 10 April.

We have the same leader in Michal Szpak from Poland, and there have been a few movements in the top 10. The most noticeable is the rise of Samra from Azerbaijan.

1(1) Poland
2(2) Australia
3(7) Azerbaijan
4(3) France
5(5) Armenia
6(4) Bulgaria
7(6) Serbia
8(8) Malta
9(9) Spain
10(10) Croatia


There have been changes further down.

11(11) Russia
12(12) Bosnia & Herzegovina
13(18) United Kingdom
14(13) Czech Republic
15(14) Netherlands
16(15) Belgium
17(16) Italy
18(17) Greece
19(20) Ukraine
20(19) Sweden

Joe & Jake from the UK continue to rise


21(22) Cyprus
22(21) Iceland
23(25) Germany
24(23) Albania
25(27) Denmark
26(26) Israel
27(24) Macedonia
28(31) Hungary
29(28) Belarus
30(30) Austria

Freddie from Hungary climbs a few places, at the expense of Belarus.


31(32) Lithuania
32(29) San Marino
33(33) Estonia
34(34) Montenegro
35(35) Norway
36(37) Ireland
37(36) Moldova
38(38) Finland
39(39) Switzerland
40(41) Slovenia
41(40) Latvia
42(42) Georgia
43(43) Romania

Spare a thought for Ovidiu from Romania, who’s propping the table up right now.


But which are your favourites? Are they climbing or falling?

Stay tuned for the next update on Wednesday.

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Author: John Stanton


Source: Eurovision Ireland

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