Eurovision Prediction🇮🇸 Iceland

YOU have predicted Hatari to win tonight’s Eurovision national final in Iceland!

You believe Hera Björk and Friðrik Ómar are the second and third most likely winners tonight!

Over the last few days, you have been submitting your predictions for the eighth and penultimate round of Eurovision Prediction 2019. For this round, your task was to predict the winners of UMK in Finland, Georgian Idol in Georgia, Söngvakeppnin in Iceland, O melodie pentru Europa in Moldova, Melodi Grand Prix in Norway, Festival da Canção in Portugal and Beovizija in Serbia. Now, let’s take a look at who you collectively expect to win the Icelandic ticket to Tel Aviv!

Let’s look at the statistics

During this eighth round of Eurovision Prediction 2019, 164 of you have predicted who you think will take victory in Iceland. Without further ado, here are the entries that YOU have predicted to win in order of frequency, from most to least:

🇮🇸 ICELAND 🇮🇸

RankArtistSongPercentageNumber of Predictions
1Hatari“Hatrið mun sigra”78.7%129
2Hera Björk“Moving On”9.1%15
3Friðrik Ómar“Hvað ef ég get ekki elskað?”7.9%13
4Tara Mobee“Fighting for Love”2.4%4
5Kristina Skoubo Bærendsen“Mama Said”1.8%3

So, are you in the majority that expects Hatari to take victory tonight? Last year, our Eurovision Prediction players collectively predicted 19 out of 30 national final winners correctly. So far this year, you have collectively predicted 8 out of 20 national final winners correctly… there’s some improvements to be made!

Stay tuned for the results of round eight

We will publish the official round eight results and the current Eurovision Prediction 2019 scoreboard shortly after the national finals taking place on Sunday, March 3rd. Stay tuned to see how you fare against the rest of the competition! In the meantime, you can view the current scoreboard right here!

If you are new to Eurovision Prediction, find out all about it below…

Be my guess: Welcome to Eurovision Prediction 2019!
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The history of Eurovision Prediction: 2014-2018!

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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