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!
You told us you wanted us to take a look at your Top 10s from Scandinavia – and we listened! Kicking off our Nordic tour in Iceland, we’ve spent the last few week choosing your favourites from the semi-finals – but with 20 contestants left and only one podium in the Eurovision Ireland Hall of Fame for Iceland, there are still some tough decisions to be made!
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 YEARS||POINTS||EVEN YEARS||POINTS|
|1st||Is It True? (2009)||360 points||Je Ne Sais Quoi (2010)||361 points|
|2nd||Open Your Heart (2003)||318 points||This Is My Life (2008)||330 points|
|3rd||Minn Hinsti Dans (1997)||287 points||Never Forget (2012)||279 points|
|4th||Ég Á Líf (2013)||279 points||Hear Them Calling (2016)||276 points|
|5th||All Out Of Luck (1999)||253 points||Nei Eða Já (1992)||264 points|
|6th||If I Had Your Love (2005)||222 points||Think About Things (2020)||232 points|
|7th||Coming Home (2011)||214 points||No Prejudice (2014)||225 points|
|8th||Þá Veistu Svarið (1993)||211 points||Nætur (1994)||223 points|
|9th||Hatrið Mun Sigra (2019)||166 points||Gleðibankinn (1986)||207 points|
|10th||Valentine Lost (2007)||165 points||Eitt Lag Enn (1990)||178 points|
But don’t let these results influence you – all scores have been reset to zero, so anyone can seize victory! Any one of these 20 songs could be crowned your favourite Eurovision song from Iceland and win that coveted spot in the Eurovision Ireland Hall of Fame!
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