Best of Eurovision

#POLL – Best of Eurovision – IRELAND – VOTE for your all time favourite!

Building on the success of our Best of the Big 5 series, Eurovision Ireland is now broadening its search for your favourite entries from countries across the continent, spanning the contest’s entire back catalogue – that’s well over 1500 songs!

But before we Open Up to our readers and let them decide what group of countries we vote for next, we’ve decided that as we are Eurovision Ireland, it’s high time we look at our namesake and find your all-time favourite entry from the Emerald Isle!

You’ve spent the last two weeks voting for your Top 20 favourites from Ireland – awesome! But there’s only one podium in the Eurovision Ireland Hall of Fame with the Best of Ireland’s name on it – so who is it going to?

Here are the fully adjudicated results from both our semi finals, one for songs from odd numbered years and one for even. Both polls are now closed, but if you want to take a peak and see where the other songs ranked, check them out on our Odd Years Poll and Even Years Poll.

ODD YEARSPOINTSEVEN YEARSPOINTS
1stHold Me Now (1987)299 pointsTerminal 3 (1984)314 points
2ndIn Your Eyes (1993)264 pointsWhy Me? (1992)275 points
3rdMysterious Woman (1997)177 pointsWhat’s Another Year? (1980)251 points
4thOnly Love Survives (2013)175 pointsRock n’ Roll Kids (1994)249 points
5thLipstick (2011)171 pointsIs Always Over Now? (1998)236  points
6thHoroscopes (1981)157 pointsThe Voice (1996)229 points
7thPlaying With Numbers (2015)133 pointsSomewhere In Europe (1990) 228 points
8th Wait Until The Weekend Comes (1985)92 pointsAll Kinds Of Everything (1970) 190 points
9thIt’s Nice To Be In Love Again (1977)87 pointsWhen (1976)177 points
10th22 (2019)87 pointsTogether (2018) 152 points

But don’t let these results influence you – all scores have been reset, so anyone can seize victory! Any one of these 20 songs could be crowned your favourite Eurovision song from Ireland!

Use your votes wisely – as always, you can vote for your Top 10! The results will be announced in a video that will be posted next week – so don’t delay, cast your vote now!!

Author: James Scanlan
Source: Eurovision Ireland

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