OGAE fan clubs around Europe and beyond are continuing to vote for their favourite songs from the 2016 brood.
As you may know, OGAE is currently undertaking its usual poll to find who would win if it was left to the fans. Up to 44 national fanclubs, plus the Rest-of-the-world, will be calling in their votes over the coming days.
Twenty have already voted, with more to come. Today it was Iceland’s turn, A massive 152 fans from that club voted – the third-biggest electorate so far – and their top 10 were as follows:
12 – Russia
10 – France
8 – Australia
7 – Sweden
6 – Croatia
5 – Italy
4 – Bulgaria
3 – Spain
2 – Norway
1 – Latvia
This means no more ducks were removed, and that lead France has over Russia was narrowed very slightly. And Norway climbs a massive two places
The current standings are:
These votes are from the clubs from Albania, Armenia, Belarus, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, and the Rest-of-the-World.
Stay tuned as more countries vote.
Do you like the way things are shaping up? Are you in one of the OGAE fan clubs that have voted? Tell us what you think.
Author: John Stanton
Source: Eurovision Ireland, OGAE
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