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What are Youtube’s Eurovision 2016 hits (13 April)?

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We continue to look at how the 43 songs from 2016 are doing in terms of their Youtube hits. These are based on the Official Videos which you can find on the official Eurovision Youtube channel HERE.

Like last Wednesday, I’ve this time broken them charts down into the two semi-finals, and the finalists. So what’s hot and what’s not, as at 1800 CET on Wednesday 6 April?

In the first semi-final, Samra from Azerbaijan still has her lead. There have been a few climbs, such as Bosnia & Herzegovina. But why?

 

1(1) Azerbaijan
2(2) Armenia
3(3) Malta
4(5) Russia
5(6) Bosnia & Herzegovina
6(7) Czech Republic
7(8) Netherlands
8(9) Greece
9(10) Cyprus
10(11) Iceland

 

 

The reason is that Nina from Croatia has a new official video out.

11(12) Hungary
12(13) Austria
13(15) Estonia
14(4) Croatia
15(14) San Marino
15(16) Montenegro
16(17) Moldova
18(18) Finland

 

 

In the second semi-final, Michał from Poland retains his lead over Dami from Australia. And Lighthouse X from Denmark makes it into the top 10.

 

1(1) Poland
2(2) Australia
3(3) Bulgaria
4(4) Serbia
5(5) Belgium
6(7) Ukraine
7(11) Denmark
8(8) Albania
9(10) Israel
10(9) Macedonia

Further down, there are a few swaps and spare a thought for Georgia.

11(6) Belarus
12(12) Lithuania
13(13) Norway
14(14) Ireland
15(16) Slovenia
16(15) Switzerland
17(17) Latvia
18(19) Romania
19(18) Georgia

 

In the Big 5+1, France is still out in front and the UK and Italy trade places

 

1(1) France
2(2) Spain
3(4) United Kingdom
4(3) Italy
5(5) Sweden
6(6) Germany

 

 

Do you think this is a fair reflection of the qualifiers and ‘Big 5+1’? Or is there an underrated song out there that will surprise us all?

 

Stay tuned for the next update on Sunday.

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Author: John Stanton

 

Source: Eurovision Ireland

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