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  • Writer's pictureEmma Garrie

Croatia's Baby Lasagna with 'Rim Tim Tagi Dim' wins the OGAE Poll for Eurovision 2024

Croatia's Baby Lasagna has won the OGAE Poll for Eurovision 2024! Topping the poll on 356 points, he was followed by Italy's Angelina Mango (338 Points) and Switzerland's Nemo on 290 points.

This is Croatia's first ever win in the OGAE poll. They received points from every OGAE club except Lithuania including 15 sets of 12 points!

Australia's Electric Fields finished in 20th place with 5 points awarded by Latvia and Estonia

Full results are below:

How does the OGAE poll work?

The clubs are part of Organisation Générale des Amateurs de l'Eurovision (OGAE) International.

Every year since 2007, OGAE has conducted a pre-Eurovision Song Contest poll in which every national club cast a vote from all entries participating, using the same scoring system as the one at Eurovision.

The act that receives the most votes gets 12 points, the second most receives 10 points, and then 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1 point for the remaining acts in descending order of popularity. Just like at Eurovision, OGAE clubs cannot vote for their own country.

On six occasions, the OGAE poll has successfully predicted the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest, with a further three OGAE poll winners coming in second or third place.

Previous Eurovision winners that were predicted by the OGAE poll are -

  • 2007 - Serbia - 'Molitva'

  • 2009 - Norway - 'Fairytale'

  • 2012 - Sweden - 'Euphoria'

  • 2013 - Denmark - 'Only Teardrops'

  • 2018 - Israel - 'Toy'

  • 2023 - Sweden - 'Tattoo'

You can find the full results of the OGAE Poll 2024 via the OGAE International site.

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