XTRA VOTE 2019: Here are your ten Eurovision semi-final 1 qualifiers!

Well over a hundred of you have voted, but who have you chosen to qualify for the XTRA VOTE 2019 final?

For the past few days, you have been voting in your hundreds for your favourite entries in the first semi-final of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. Last night, voting closed and the results of the first-semi final of XTRA VOTE 2019 are in…

156 valid votes

Overall, we received 164 sets of votes. Thank you all for voting in such high numbers! Unfortunately, 8 sets of votes did include a country more than once which is against our rules. As a result, these votes have been voided. Nevertheless, 156 valid votes remain!

Your qualifiers!

So without further ado, here are your XTRA VOTE 2019 semi-final 1 qualifiers. These are presented in no particular order!

Serhat – Say Na Na Na

Kate Miller-Heidke – Zero Gravity

🇬🇷 GREECE 🇬🇷
Katerine Duska – Better Love

Lake Malawi – Friend of a Friend

Hatari – Hatrið mun sigra

Zala Kralj & Gašper Šantl – Sebi

🇨🇾 CYPRUS 🇨🇾
Tamta – Replay

Conan Osíris – Telemóveis

Victor Crone – Storm

Eliot – Wake Up

Your non-qualifiers…

Unfortunately, this does mean we lose our first seven countries from XTRA VOTE 2019. Here is a summary of the rest of the results. For your reference, the country in 10th place received 443 points.

11th place: 🇵🇱 POLAND – 416 points
12th place: 🇧🇾 BELARUS – 394 points
13th place: 🇭🇺 HUNGARY – 379 points
14th place: 🇷🇸 SERBIA – 349 points
15th place: 🇫🇮 FINLAND – 300 points
16th place: 🇲🇪 MONTENEGRO – 144 points
17th place: 🇬🇪 GEORGIA – 143 points

The full scoreboard, including all the statistics you could ever want, will be published alongside the results of the final which is currently scheduled to take place on Friday 3 May! Stay tuned for the second semi-final of XTRA VOTE 2019 as voting will open here on ESCXTRA.com from Tuesday 16 April, so prepare yourselves!

What do you think of the results of the first semi-final of XTRA VOTE 2019? Do you think they will be similar to the real results in Tel Aviv? Let us know via our social channels @ESCXTRA!

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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