Over the last past week, you have been submitting your predictions for the Round 10 of Eurovision Prediction 2020. For this round, your task was to predict the winner Denmark’s Dansk Melodi Grand Prix, Finland’s UMK, Portugal’s Festival da Canção and Sweden’s Melodifestivalen. Airing this evening (Saturday 22 February), let’s visit the results of DMGP 2020!
198 of you have voted in the 10th and penultimate round of Eurovision Prediction 2020 (plus an extra person who just predicted Melfest, fair enough). So without further ado, here are the contestants that YOU have predicted to win in Denmark tonight:
|Rank||Artist||Song||Number of predictions||Percentage|
|1||Ben & Tan||“Yes”||133||67.20%|
|2||Jasmin Rose feat. RoxorLoops||“Human”||58||29.30%|
|3||Kenny Duerlund||“Forget It All”||3||1.50%|
|4||Maja & De Sarte Sjæle||“Den eneste goth i Vejle”||2||1%|
|8||Emil||“Ville ønske jeg havde kendt dig”||0||0%|
|10||Jamie Talbot||“Bye Bye Heaven”||0||0%|
The statistics very much affirms what many seem to think – this selection is a two-horse race. Ben & Tan and Jasmin Rose feat. RoxorLoops have been the favourites since the full songs were released back in January. Of course, with a three-song super final, anything can still happen.
Check out who we predict will win DMGP in our Eurovision Prediction video below:
We will post the FINAL leaderboard on Monday after round 11 is finished (San Marino predictions open now!) and not after tonight’s shows as originally stated before the San Marino national final had appeared!In the meantime, you can see the current leaderboard below:
This year, there is a clear leader for your Danish prediction. Last year, over 55% of you predicted Julie & Nina would win DGMP 2019. Of course, they ended up proceeding to the super final…and then losing to Leonora’s “Love Is Forever”. Notably, 28% of our players predicted the result of DMGP 2019. Will Jasmin Rose and RoxorLoops secure a similar triumph?
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 8 out of 21 winners correctly, with only five still to go…yikes.