Over the last past week, you have been submitting your predictions for the Round 5 of Eurovision Prediction 2020. For this round, your task was to predict the winner Latvia’s Supernova, X Factor Malta, Australia Decides and San Remo. Airing Saturday morning (CET), we first visit the results of Australia Decides!
Despite another ridiculously fast round, 202 of you voted in the fifth round of Eurovision Prediction 2020. Without further ado, here are the contestants that YOU have predicted to win in order of frequency, from most to least:
|Rank||Artist||Song||Number of predictions||Percentage|
|1||Montaigne||“Don’t Break Me”||116||57.40%|
|2||Vanessa Amorosi||“Lessons of Love”||42||20.80%|
|3||Jack Vidgen||“I Am King I Am Queen”||14||6.90%|
|4||Jaguar Jonze||“Rabbit Hole”||12||5.90%|
|10||Diana Rouvas||“Can We Make Heaven”||0||0%|
Once again, a pretty convincing lead for Montaigne, who we also unanimously backed in our Prediction video, which included insight from special guest Laura from Aussievision. We also noted that Vanessa is still very much a contender, and you seemed to agree, ranking her second. Note, the latter won a convincing lead in the audience poll after rehearsals today. Could we be in for yet another round of Prediction selecting the wrong winner?
We will publish the official Round 5 leaderboard on Sunday (9th February). Stay tuned to see how you fare against the rest of the competition! In the meantime, you can see the current leaderboard below:
This year, Montaigne has a clear lead over Vanessa Amorosi. Note that last year’s Eurovision Prediction players incorrectly predicted that Sheppard would win Australia Decides last year, which of course was won by Kate Miller-Heidke. Fun fact: only 22 of you predicted Kate’s victory last year, which put her third in the ranking!
Our Eurovision Prediction 2019 players collectively predicted 16 out of 29 national final winners correctly. In 2018, your record was 19 out of 30. So far this year, you have correctly predicted 1 out of 4 winners correctly. We currently have some catching up to do.