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🇧🇬 Bulgarian viewers name VICTORIA’s “Tears Getting Sober” as best Eurovision entry of the decade

As part of BNT’s “Eurovision Week” campaign, Bulgarian music TV channel and radio station “The Voice” ran a poll to determine the most popular Eurovision entry from the past decade (2010-2020). Bulgaria’s very own VICTORIA came out on top, with Loreen’s “Euphoria” placing as the highest non-Bulgarian entry!

Choosing the shortlist

In order to determine the shortlist, The Voice included the top three finishers from each contest since 2010 as well as the three favourites to win the 2020 contest according to Eurovision World at the time of the contest’s cancellation: Bulgaria, Lithuania and Switzerland.

The top 10 are…

After two weeks of voting, the top ten has been published and below you can see the favourite Eurovision entries since 2010 according to the viewers and listeners of The Voice TV and Radio.

RankCountryArtistSongPercentage
1Bulgaria 2020VICTORIATears Getting Sober11.19%
2Bulgaria 2017Kristian KostovBeautiful Mess10.63%
3Sweden 2012LoreenEuphoria6.38%
4Cyprus 2018Eleni FoureiraFuego6.12%
5Italy 2019MahmoodSoldi4.45%
6The Netherlands 2019Duncan LaurenceArcade4.42%
7Sweden 2015Måns ZelmerlöwHeroes4.25%
8Germany 2010LenaSatellite3.86%
9Australia 2016Dami ImSound Of Silence3.77%
10Israel 2018NettaTOY3.71%

Congratulations to VICTORIA!

It’s an impressive victory for VICTORIA as “Tears Getting Sober” never made it to the Eurovision stage. Victory in this poll highlights the immense support the track had amongst the Bulgarian public. Taking aside VICTORIA and Kristian Kostov’s home support, victory amongst the non-Bulgarians goes to Loreen’s “Euphoria”. The 2012 Swedish winner narrowly beat Eleni Foureira’s “Fuego” which placed second in 2018 behind Netta’s “TOY”, which placed 10th in this poll.

What do you think of the results of this Bulgarian poll? Let us know in the comments below!

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Ryan Cobb

My first memory of watching the Eurovision Song Contest was back in 2001 and, over the years, my passion and enthusiasm for the contest has very much turned into an obsession. I adore music and I love geography, so this contest is a natural fit for me. If la la loving Eurovision was a crime, I'd certainly be a criminal!
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