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  • Writer's pictureKyriakos Tsinivits

Eurovision 2022 songs on the Australian iTunes chart

The Eurovision Song Contest 2022 wrapped up over the weekend, with Kalush Orchestra from Ukraine taking it out with their song 'Stefania'.

We take a look at where the Eurovision 2022 songs have landed on the Australian iTunes chart.

We have found the charting peak positions of the songs on the Australian iTunes chart as of May 17 2022. So far 18 out of the 40 songs have reached the chart.

The list was complied using a combination of iTunes chart statistics from the official iTunes chart, and

Before we begin, as of May 17 2022, the official Eurovision Song Contest Turin 2022 album peaked at No. 2 on the iTunes album chart, being held back by Florence + the Machine's

'Dance Fever'.

Here is the list of songs that have charted on the Australian iTunes chart:

No. 9 - Australia: Sheldon Riley - 'Not The Same'

No. 10 - United Kingdom: Sam Ryder - 'SPACE MAN'

No. 11 - Sweden: Cornelia Jakobs - 'Hold Me Closer'

No. 14 - Ukraine: Kalush Orchestra - 'Stefania'

No. 15 - Norway: Subwoolfer - 'Give that Wolf a Banana'

No. 31 - Czech Republic: We are Domi - 'Lights Off'

No. 37 - Netherlands: S10 - 'De Diepte'

No. 40 - Portugal: Maro - 'Saudade, saudade'

No. 45 - Armenia: Rose Linn - 'Snap'

No. 48 - Spain: Chanel - 'SloMo'

No. 50 - Germany: Malik Harris - Rockstars'

No. 51 - Finland: The Rasmus - 'Jezebel'

No. 60 - Poland: Ochman - 'River'

No. 68 - Estonia: Stefan - 'Hope'

No. 79 - Switzerland: Marius Bear - 'Boys Do Cry'

No. 82 - Moldova: Zdob și Zdub and Frații Advahov - 'Trenulețul'

No. 83 - Greece: Amanda Tenfjord - 'Die Together'

No. 95 - Malta: Emma Muscat - 'I Am What I Am'

Did any of your favourite Eurovision 2022 songs make the Australian iTunes chart?

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