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Eurovision 2022: Which song has been used the most on TikTok?

Will Eurovision 2022 give us a new viral sensation?

While we are still waiting for one Eurovision 2022 song to be released, eight weeks before the Eurovision final is the perfect time to go through some statistics. First, we are seeing which songs have been used in the most videos on the social media app TikTok as of March 19th.

  1. Italy: Mahmood & Blanco – Brividi – 154.1K videos
  2. Ukraine: Kalush Orchestra – Stefania – 102.8K videos
  3. Serbia: Konstrakta – In corpore sano – 11.3K videos
  4. Latvia: Citi Zēni – Eat Your Salad – 9034 videos
  5. Spain: Chanel – SloMo – 9024 videos
  6. Sweden: Cornelia Jakobs – Hold Me Closer – 7696 videos
  7. The Netherlands: S10 – De diepte – 7523 videos
  8. Norway: Subwoolfer – Give That Wolf A Banana – 2332 videos
  9. Finland: The Rasmus – Jezebel – 1914 videos
  10. Romania: WRS – Llámame – 1014 videos
  11. Albania: Ronela Hajati – Sekret – 990 videos
  12. United Kingdom: Sam Ryder – Space Man – 919 videos
  13. Lithuania: Monika Liu – Sentimentai – 442 videos
  14. Moldova: Zdob și Zdub & Frații Advahov – Trenulețul – 313 videos
  15. Poland: Ochman – River – 289 videos
  16. Cyprus: Andromache – Ela – 143 videos
  17. Germany: Malik Harris – Rockstars – 162 videos
  18. Estonia: Stefan – Hope – 125 videos
  19. France: Alvan & Ahez – Fulenn – 123 videos
  20. Austria: LUM!X feat. Pia Maria – Halo – 116 videos
  21. Ireland: Brooke – That’s Rich – 107 videos
  22. Greece: Amanda Georgiadi Tenfjord – Die Together – 68 videos
  23. San Marino: Achille Lauro – Stripper – 65 videos
  24. Australia: Sheldon Riley – Not The Same – 64 videos
  25. Portugal: Maro – Saudade, saudade – 52 videos
  26. Malta: Emma Muscat – I Am What I Am – 44 videos
  27. Croatia: Mia Dimšić – Guilty Pleasure – 42 videos
  28. Denmark: REDDI – The Show – 35 videos
  29. Belgium: Jérémie Makiese – Miss You – 32 videos
  30. Bulgaria: Intelligent Music Project – Intention – 25 videos
  31. Iceland: Systur – Með hækkandi sól – 22 videos
  32. Montenegro: Vladana – Breathe – 19 videos
  33. Switzerland: Marius Bear – Boys Do Cry – 19 videos
  34. Israel: Michael Ben David – I.M – 18 videos
  35. Czech Republic: We Are Domi – Lights Off – 15 videos
  36. Armenia: Rosa Linn – Snap – 8 videos
  37. Georgia: Circus Mircus – Lock Me In – no sound yet
  38. North Macedonia: Andrea – Circles – no sound yet
  39. Slovenia: LPS – Disko – no sound yet

On TikTok, next to having a library of music you can add on your videos in the app, some people upload videos to the app with the sound already included in the video. However, the clever TikTok algorithm is usually able to detect the song that is being used on the video, allocates it under the right song and then includes it on the number of total amount of videos where that sound has been used on.

However, for some songs, the algorithm has not put them under the right song and the artist. For example, for Citi Zēni, the number under the official audio is 229, while there is unofficial audio that has been used in 9034 videos. Therefore for all the songs, we chose to include the one sound with the highest possible number. The only criteria was that the sound has to have the name of the song in the title so it was possible for us to find it.

TikTok has played a big role on making Eurovision songs mainstream hits in the past years. For example, Duncan Laurence’s winning entry “Arcade” became a worldwide hit a year after winning the contest when being used in over a million videos on TikTok. One of the earliest TikTok hits from Eurovision was Getter Jaani’s “Rockefeller Street” that went viral on the app in 2018 and has been since used in over two million videos since.

Which song are you dancing on TikTok the most? Let us know! Be sure to stay updated by following @ESCXTRA on Twitter@escxtra on Instagram and liking our Facebook page for the latest updates! Also, be sure to follow us on Spotify and YouTube to see our reactions to the news in the run up to the 2022 national final season!

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