Welcome to our annual feature where we team up with the My Eurovision Scoreboard smartphone application to bring you a regular look at the views of their community members. Trust us, this is the ranking to keep track of… the app has been downloaded over 100,000 times!
What is My Eurovision Scoreboard?
For those who are newcomers to the app, My Eurovision Scoreboard is the ultimate rankings app for the Eurovision Song Contest and its junior counterpart with over 100,000 users. Listen to the songs, interactively rank them via the app and share your results with your friends and with the My Eurovision Scoreboard community. The fun doesn’t stop there, as you can also rank every Eurovision national final and every Eurovision Song Contest from the last decade!
Click below to download the app for free right now from the Apple iOS store or the Google Play store!
What has changed this week?
Now it’s kinda safe to say that all the Junior Eurovision 2021 entries are finally ready and out. Kazakhstan joined everyone by releasing their final entry which was to be revamped for the contest. Russia finally released their music video. Moreover, tomorrow the complete album of all the entries is expected to be out on streaming services!
The Junior Eurovision month has started already, so more and more people are getting familiar with the entries and doing their rankings on My Eurovision Scoreboard app.
Junior Eurovision 2021 rankings
Last week we provided the first results table of 25th of November. This time we start to compare both weeks scores for all the entries to see the changes and sort of predict the possible winner of Junior Eurovision 2021.
Here you can check the community rankings as recorded from the app at 08:00 PM CET on 2 December. Some analysis will follow afterwards.
We recommend viewing the table below on a desktop computer.
(from last week)
|Dajte Muzika||Green Forces|
|Italy||Elisabetta Lizza||Specchio |
(Mirror on the Wall)
|Russia||Tanya Mezhentseva||Mon Ami|
|Azerbaijan||Sona Azizova||One of Those Days|
|Albania||Anna Gjebrea||Stand By You|
|Georgia||Nikoloz Kajaia||Let’s Count the Smiles|
|Netherlands||Ayana||Mata Sugu Aō Ne|
|Ireland||Maiú Levi Lawlor||Saor (Disappear)|
|Kazakhstan||Alinur & Beknur||Ertegi Älemi|
|Portugal||Simão Oliveira||O Rapaz|
|Serbia||Jovana & Dunja||Očima Deteta |
|Malta||Ike & Kaya||My Home|
|Bulgaria||Denislava & Martin||Voice of Love|
Analysing the statistics
- Armenia keeps leading and getting more fans of their entry. Just look at these over 2k points just in a week!
- Top 6 is going very strong getting above 1k points since November 25. Top 9 stays the same overall.
- After releasing the final version of their entry Kazakhstan shows the most impressive improvement by climbing 4 places higher from the last one to 15th and recieving 850 points within a week. This way Portugal, Serbia, Malta and Bulgaria were taken down a place lower.
- Georgia showed a slight improvement and took the 10th place in the scoreboard replacing Spain.
- The least amount of points given by the community within a week belongs to Bulgaria, less than 50.
Stay tuned for weekly updates!
Now that we are fully tuned into the My Eurovision Scoreboard community rankings, make sure to check back each week for a unique look at who the Eurovision fan community are rating… or not! Which countries are moving up the rankings? Who are your favorites? Who are the biggest climbers and fallers? You’ll find out everything right here!
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