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The Grand Final contenders

1. Belgium: What's The Pressure sung by Laura Tesoro
2. Czech Republic: I Stand sung by Gabriela Gunčíková
3. The Netherlands: Slow Down sung by Douwe Bob
4. Azerbaijan: Miracle sung by Samra
5. Hungary: Pioneer sung by Freddie
6. Italy: No Degree Of Separation sung by Francesca Michielin
7. Israel: Made Of Stars sung by Hovi Star
8. Bulgaria: If Love Was A Crime sung by Poli Genova
9. Sweden: If I Were Sorry sung by Frans
10. Germany: Ghost sung by Jamie-Lee
11. France: J'ai cherché sung by AMir
12. Poland: Color Of Your Life sung by Michał Szpak

Break

13. Australia: Sound Of Silence sung by Dami Im
14. Cyprus: Alter Ego sung by Minus One
15. Serbia: Goodbye (Shelter) sung by Sanja Vučić ZAA
16. Lithuania: I’ve Been Waiting For This Night sung by Donny Montell
17. Croatia: Lighthouse sung by Nina Kraljić
18. Russia: You Are The Only One sung by Sergey Lazarev
19. Spain: SayY ay! sung by Barei

Break

20. Latvia: Heartbeat sung by Justs
21. Ukraine: 1944 sung by Jamala
22. Malta: Walk On Water sung by Ira Losco
23. Georgia: Midnight Gold sung by Nika Kocharov and Young Georgian Lolitaz
24. Austria: Loin d'ici sung by ZOË
25. United Kingdom: You`re Not Alone sung by Joe & Jake
26. Armenia: LoveWave sung by Iveta Mukuchyan

Good luck to all.

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five leaves left
When: 14 May 16 19:01
Cheers corbs

Voting Order

Austria – Kati Bellowitsch
Iceland – Unnsteinn Manuel Stefansson
Azerbaijan – Tural Asadov
San Marino – Irol MC
Czech Republic – Daniela Písa?ovicová
Ireland – Sinead Kennedy
Georgia – Nina Sublatti
Bosnia & Herzegovina – Ivana Crnogorac
Malta – Camille
Spain – Jota Abril
Finland – Jussi-Pekka Rantanen
Switzerland – Sebalter
Denmark – Essendrop
France – Elodie Gossuin
Moldova – Olivia Furtuna
Armenia – Arman Margaryan
Cyprus – Lukas Hamatsos
Bulgaria – Anna Angelova
The Netherlands – Trintje Oosterhuis
Latvia – Toms Grevins
Israel – Ofer Nachshon
Belarus – Uzari
Germany – Barbara Schöneberger
Russia – Nyusha
Norway – Elisabeth Andreassen
Australia – Lee Lin Chin
Belgium – Umesh Vangaver
United Kingdom – Richard Osman
Croatia – Nevena Rendeli
Greece – Constantinos Christophorou
Lithuania – Ugne Galadauskaite
Serbia – Dragana Kosjerina
FYR Macedonia – Dijana Gogova
Albana – Andri Xhahu
Estonia – Daniel Viinalass
Ukraine – Verka Serduchka
Italy – Claudia Andreatti
Poland – Anna Popek
Slovenia – Marjetka Vovk
Hungary – Csilla Tatár
Montenegro – Danijel Alibabic
Sweden – Gina Dirawi
By:
George Bailey
When: 14 May 16 19:01
bear was right it is on tonight
By:
five leaves left
When: 14 May 16 19:02
No fancy algorithm this year
By:
hemsby
When: 14 May 16 19:03
GL to everyone tonight Cool

A big Thankyou to Corbs for everything ......take a bow sir,impressive stuff and greatly appreciated.
By:
glory hornet
When: 14 May 16 19:03
probably been asked 100 times before , IF Aussie's win where will it be held next year ?
By:
George Bailey
When: 14 May 16 19:04

May 14, 2016 -- 7:02PM, five leaves left wrote:


No fancy algorithm this year


No only in school tests for 7 year olds

By:
George Bailey
When: 14 May 16 19:04
bear how is it scored tonight? Juries first?
By:
Corbyguy
When: 14 May 16 19:07

May 14, 2016 -- 7:02PM, five leaves left wrote:


No fancy algorithm this year


That is what they say but if you look at the last 14 countries they are nearly all Eastern. A coincidence perhaps?

By:
Corbyguy
When: 14 May 16 19:10

May 14, 2016 -- 7:04PM, George Bailey wrote:


bear how is it scored tonight? Juries first?


Yes, it is jury first and then televote after. If you would like to see the new voting format in action you can watch it in action from the first rehearsal here: https://youtu.be/pFM5Nv2D9oE

By:
bearcub
When: 14 May 16 19:11
What Hems said Corbs Cool
By:
timbuctooth
When: 14 May 16 19:11
Just noticed that the final six to vote, the ones who will be deciding our winner, all form a geographical circle around one country; their friendly neighbours, Austria. Hmmm....
By:
George Bailey
When: 14 May 16 19:12
Thanks Corby looking at it now...Never afraid to ask a daft question....if the juries go first and they often conflict with PV in their own country will there be any method in the usual market madness?
By:
Corbyguy
When: 14 May 16 19:13
Some technicalities occur during that mock voting but you get an idea of how it will look.
By:
George Bailey
When: 14 May 16 19:20
Russia odds against Shocked
By:
wisewords
When: 14 May 16 19:21
ONE OF THE BEST NIGHTS OF THE YEAR, GOOD LUCK ALL
By:
Corbyguy
When: 14 May 16 19:25

May 14, 2016 -- 7:20PM, George Bailey wrote:


Russia odds against


Have you noticed that 7.9K waiting to matched at 2.04?

By:
Roger De Bris
When: 14 May 16 19:26
Any reason why Serbia has not charted on the ESC tracker?
By:
George Bailey
When: 14 May 16 19:30
Dunno Roger but they were p1ss poor last year but punched above their itune weight in last year's final
By:
George Bailey
When: 14 May 16 19:30
Yes Corby plenty of cash for it...be interesting if it still drifts against that
By:
bearcub
When: 14 May 16 19:32

May 14, 2016 -- 7:26PM, Roger De Bris wrote:


Any reason why Serbia has not charted on the ESC tracker?


Yeah, it's shyte

By:
Corbyguy
When: 14 May 16 19:32
maybe that's the idea to put up a lot of money to keep the price short to stop others from shortening.
By:
Roger De Bris
When: 14 May 16 19:34
1/2 for Top 10...
By:
MatchedBets
When: 14 May 16 19:36

May 14, 2016 -- 7:03PM, glory hornet wrote:


probably been asked 100 times before , IF Aussie's win where will it be held next year ?


i think they get to pick where it is held next

By:
jollyswagman
When: 14 May 16 19:37
good luck to all of you and well done corbs (hope you've got enough doughnuts to last)
By:
wisewords
When: 14 May 16 19:40
market going cold on Russia
By:
Corbyguy
When: 14 May 16 19:41
will it stay at 2.12 or will it break the 6k wanting to be matched.
By:
Corbyguy
When: 14 May 16 19:42
i haven't got any donoughts alasCry
By:
wisewords
When: 14 May 16 19:42
that lump is just a scalper. he'll mvoe his price out again
By:
George Bailey
When: 14 May 16 19:42

May 14, 2016 -- 7:34PM, Roger De Bris wrote:


1/2 for Top 10...


Looks a great value lay...IF itunes is accurate because people just think its shyte

By:
Cider
When: 14 May 16 19:43
Oz has gone from 6  > 3.15 today in a highly liquid market, with no material changes. That's some move.
By:
Cider
When: 14 May 16 19:44
16% to 32%
By:
Roger De Bris
When: 14 May 16 19:46
It's a pity she has such a strong voice George. I'm not mad on the song.
Wouldn't be surprised if it didn't make it...
By:
Fru T Bun
When: 14 May 16 19:48
Are we thinking Germany is a fair bet for last place?
By:
Cider
When: 14 May 16 19:49
Serbia has a very decent diaspora, and is jury friendly. Reportedly nailed the jury show. Would be a risky lay for T10.
By:
Cider
When: 14 May 16 19:51

May 14, 2016 -- 7:48PM, Fru T Bun wrote:


Are we thinking Germany is a fair bet for last place?


Certainly in the running, her manga garb is very off putting.

By:
Cider
When: 14 May 16 19:52
It was 8/1 earlier today for the lantern rouge tho...
By:
jollyswagman
When: 14 May 16 19:53
am i the only one who likes the swedish song? i know its drifting like a barge. is the position really that bad?
By:
George Bailey
When: 14 May 16 19:53

May 14, 2016 -- 7:49PM, Cider wrote:


Serbia has a very decent diaspora, and is jury friendly. Reportedly nailed the jury show. Would be a risky lay for T10.


Yeah too many imponderables...best left alone...hope they don't make it though to leave another place open

By:
Cider
When: 14 May 16 19:55
Oz has broke through the 3 barrier Shocked
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