Eurovision Prediction🇺🇦 Ukraine

🇺🇦 YOU have predicted Krutь to win Vidbir 2020!

There was a tight race between three of the finalists...

Over the last past week, you have been submitting your predictions for the Round 7 of Eurovision Prediction 2020. For this round, your task was to predict the winner Ukraine’s Vidbir, Slovenia’s EMA and Poland’s Szansa na Sukces. Airing this evening (Saturday 22 February), we first visit the results of Vidbir!

In this round, 205 of you voted in the sixth round of Eurovision Prediction 2020. So without further ado, here are the contestants that YOU have predicted to win:

RankArtistSongNumber of predictionsPercentage
2KhayatCall for Love6029.30%
5Jerry HeilVegan21%
6David AxelrodHorizon10.5%

Earlier this week, we published an article with the full voting breakdown for both of the semi finals. As it stands, two finalists – KRUTЬ and TVORCHI – qualified to the final with 16 points (8+8 from televote and jury). However, as Nathan and Costa discussed in our Vidbir Prediction video, there are two other songs we feel could challenge them:

We will publish the official Round 7 leaderboard on Monday (24th February). Stay tuned to see how you fare against the rest of the competition! In the meantime, you can see the current leaderboard below:

Click here to take a look at the latest Eurovision Prediction 2020 scoreboard!

This year, there was a tight race from three acts. Last year, almost 60% of you predicted that MARUV would win Vidbir 2019. Of course, she ended up winning…and then withdrawing. Let’s hope that whoever wins this year will actually make it to the contest!

Our Eurovision Prediction 2019 players collectively predicted 16 out of 29 national final winners correctly. In 2018, your record was 19 out of 30. Last week, you only predicted one out of three of last weekend’s selections correctly. That means that so far this year, you have correctly predicted 5 out of 11 winners correctly, with plenty still to go.






Costa Christou

Ever since I saw Helena Paparizou's triumph at Eurovision in 2005 (at the tender age of 6), I have been crazy about Eurovision. From the regional native language bops and shrieky female-led balladry to the sophisticated avant garde pop songs and chart-friendly EDM, I love everything about this cultural phenomenon. I'm currently working as a Delivery Manager in a software development team.

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