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Every single Eurovision Grand Final song of the decade - ranked by percentage



We have brought you the Top 20 and the Bottom 20 songs by percentage of total possible points. We thought it was only fair to bring you all Grand Final songs of the decade ranked. That's right... EVERY. SINGLE. SONG. 1st to =258th.


We won't dwell on the Top 20 too much but we will let you know if they were the highest finishing entry of their nation.


Let's begin....

1. Måns Zelmerlöw - Heroes - SWEDEN - 1st place in 2015 - 77.99% (365 points out of 468 - average score 9.35 points)


Despite not winning the televote, this received the highest percentage of total possible votes this decade.


2. Salvador Sorbal - Amar pelos dois - PORTUGAL - 1st place in 2017 - 77.03% (758 points out of 984 - average score 9.24 points)


Broke the longest drought in Eurovision history by giving Portugal their first win. Highest ranking non-English song.


3. Loreen - Euphoria - SWEDEN - 1st place in 2012 - 75.61% (372 points out of 492 - average score 9.07 points)


4. Conchita Wurst - Rise Like A Phoenix - AUSTRIA - 1st place in 2014 - 67.13% (290 points out of 432 - average score 8.05 points)


Austria's highest and one of the most iconic entries and winners of the decade.


5. Polina Gagarina - A Million Voices - RUSSIA - 2nd place in 2015 - 64.74% (303 points out of 468 - average score 7.76 points)


Russia's highest ranked in an incredibly successful decade for the power nation.


6. Kristian Kostov - Beautiful Mess - BULGARIA - 2nd place in 2017 - 62.50% (615 points out of 984 - average score 7.50 points)


Bulgaria produced three amazing entries in a row, this was their closest to taking out the crown.


7. Il Volo - Grande Amore - ITALY - 3rd place in 2015 - 62.39% (292 points out of 468 - average score 7.48 points)


Italy's highest entry, the televote winner of 2015 and the second highest non-english song.


8. Emmelie de Forest - Only Teardrops - DENMARK - 1st place in 2013 - 61.62% (281 points out of 456 - average score 7.39 points)


The best from Denmark who had a very successful decade.


9. The Common Linnets - Calm After The Storm - THE NETHERLANDS - 2nd place in 2014 - 55.09% (238 points out of 432 - average score 6.61 points)


Surprisingly the top ranked song from the Dutch this decade, with Arcade finishing in 15th.


10. Jamala - 1944 - UKRAINE - 1st place in 2016 - 54.27% (534 points out of 984 - average score 6.51 points)


Ukraine's emotionally charged winner of 2017.


11. Lena - Satellite - GERMANY - 1st place in 2010 - 53.95% (246 points out of 456 - average score 6.47 points)


The only Big Five winner this decade.


12. Buranovskiye Babushki - Party For Everybody - RUSSIA - 2nd place in 2012 - 52.64% (259 points out of 492 - average score 6.31 points)


13. Netta - Toy - ISRAEL - 1st place in 2018 - 52.48% (529 points out of 1008 - average score 6.29 points)


Israel's first win since 1999 and their best of the decade.


14. Dami Im - Sound of Silence - AUSTRALIA - 2nd place in 2016 - 51.93% (511 points out of 984 - average score 6.23 points)

Australia's best of the decade and came agonisingly close to winning. Dami's 23 point loss was the closest result of the decade.


15. Duncan Laurence - Arcade - THE NETHERLANDS - 1st place in 2019 - 51.88% (498 points out of 960 - average score 6.22 points)


16. Farid Mammadov - Hold Me - AZERBAIJAN - 2nd place in 2013 - 51.32% (234 points out of 456 - average score 6.15 points)


The highest ranked from Azerbaijan, higher than their winner 'Running Scared'.


17. Sanna Nielsen - Undo - SWEDEN - 3rd place in 2014 - 50.46% (218 points out of 432- average score 6.05 points)


18. Sergey Lazarev - You Are They Only One - RUSSIA - 3rd place in 2016 - 49.90% (491 points out of 984 - average score 5.98 points)


19. Mahmood - Soldi - ITALY - 2nd place in 2019 - 49.17% (472 points out of 960 - average score 5.90 points)


20. Zlata Ognevich - Gravity - UKRAINE - 3rd place in 2013 - 46.93% (214 points out of 456 - average score 5.63 points)


21. Loïc Nottet - Rhythm Inside - Belgium - 4th place in 2015 - 46.37% (217 points out of 468 - average score 5.56 points)

Belgium's highest entry with iconic staging.


22. Ell/Nikki - Running Scared - Azerbaijan - 1st place in 2011 - 43.85% (221 points out of 504 - average score 5.26 points)


23. Željko Joksimović - Nije Ljubav Stvar - Serbia - 3rd place in 2012 - 43.50% (214 points out of 492 - average score 5.22 points)


Serbia's highest entry and the third highest placed non-English song behind Amar Pelos Dois and Grande Amore.


24. Eleni Foureira - Fuego - Cyprus - 2nd place in 2018 - 43.25% (436 points out of 1008 - average score 5.23 points)

The highest finishing entry for Cyprus EVER. A fan favourite and a performance that will go down in Eurovision history.


25. Margaret Berger - I Feed You My Love - Norway - 4th place in 2013 - 41.89% (191 points out of 456 - average score 5.03 points)

Norway's top finishing song in a successful decade for the nation. This entry has aged like fine wine.


26. Guy Sebastian - Tonight Again - Australia - 5th place in 2015 - 41.88% (196 points out of 468 - average score 4.90 points)

Our debut in the contest, Guy did us incredibly proud and we may have shed a tear or two with happiness. Australia in Eurovision!


27. Aram MP3 - Not Alone - Armenia - 4th place in 2014 - 40.28% (174 points out of 432 - average score 4.83 points)

Armenia's highest ranked entry.


28. Aminata Savadogo - Love Injected Latvia - 6th place in 2015 39.74% (186 points out of 468 - average score 4.77 points)

That dress. That voice. That performance. Latvia's highest ranked.


29. Sergey Lazarev - Scream - Russia - 3rd place in 2019 38.54% (370 points out of 960 - average score 4.63 points)


30. Dina Garipova - What If - Russia - 5th place in 2013 - 38.16% (174 points out of 456 - average score 4.58 points)


31. Sunstroke Project - Hey Mamma - Moldova - 3rd place in 2017 38.01% (374 points out of 984 - average score 4.56 points)

Their 2010 might be more iconic with epic sax guy, but this finished 3rd. Moldova's highest entry in what was an incredible decade for the small nation.


32. Luca Hänni - She Got Me - Switzerland - 4th place in 2019 - 37.92% (364 points out of 960 - average score 4.55 points)

Luca saved Switzerland with this Man-Fuego banger.


33. Raphael Gualazzi - Madness Of Love - Italy - 2nd place in 2011 - 37.50% (189 points out of 504 - average score 4.50 points)


34. maNga - We Could Be The Same - Turkey - 2nd place in 2010 - 37.28% (170 points out of 456 - average score 4.47 points)


35. Blanche - City Lights - Belgium - 4th place in 2017 - 36.89% (363 points out of 984 - average score 4.43 points)


36. Eric Saade - Popular - Sweden - 3th place in 2011 - 36.71% (185 points out of 504 - average score 4.40 points)


37. Paula Seling & Ovi - Playing With Fire - Romania - 3th place in 2010 - 35.53% (162 points out of 456 - average score 4.26 points)


The first of two Eurovision appearnace for this pair. A 3rd place in 2010 was Romania's best result.


38. Robin Bengtsson - I Can't Go On - SWEDEN - 5th place in 2017 - 34.96% (344 points out of 984 - average score 4.20 points)


39. John Lundvik - Too Late for Love - SWEDEN - 5th place in 2019 - 34.79% (334 points out of 960 - average score 4.18 points)


40. KEiiNO - Spirit in the Sky - Norway - 6th place in 2019 - 34.48% (331 points out of 960 - average score 4.14 points)

Under the old rules this would have won the 2019 contest and the Australian public would have agreed, giving it 12 points.


41. Francesco Gabbani - Occidentali's Karma ITALY - 6th place in 2017 - 33.94% (334 points out of 984 - average score 4.07 points)


42. Cesár Sampson - Nobody But You - Austria - 3rd place in 2018 - 33.93% (342 points out of 1008 - average score 4.07 points)


43. Michael Schulte - You Let Me Walk Alone - Germany - 4th place in 2018 - 33.73% (340 points out of 1008 - average score 4.05 points)


44. Koza Mostra feat Agathon Iakovidis - Alcohol Is Free - Greece - 6th place in 2013 - 33.33% (152 points out of 456 - average score 4.00 points)

Greece didn't have the same decade they had in the 2000s but still produced some great entries including this ska inspired cracker with a message we can all get behind.


45. András Kállay-Saunders - Running - Hungary - 5th place in 2014 - 33.10% (143 points out of 432 - average score 3.97 points)

Difficult subject, great performance. Hungary's best this decade.


46. Chanée & N'evergreen - In A Moment Like This - Denmark - 4th place in 2010 - 32.68% (149 points out of 456 - average score 3.92 points)


47. Safura - Drip Drop - Azerbaijan - 5th place in 2010 - 31.80% (145 points out of 456 - average score 3.82 points)

The highest ranked opening song of the 2010s.


48. Tamara Todevska - Proud - North Macedonia - 7th place in 2019 - 31.77% (305 points out of 960 - average score 3.81 points)

North Macedonia's best and jury winner of 2019.


49. Mika Newton - Angel - Ukraine - 4th place in 2011 - 31.55% (159 points out of 504 - average score 3.79 points)


50. Chingiz - Truth - Azerbaijan - 8th place in 2019 - 31.46% (302 points out of 960 - average score 3.78 points)


51. Tom Dice - Me And My Guitar - Belgium - 6th place in 2010 - 31.36% (143 points out of 456 - average score 3.76 points)


52. Poli Genova - If Love Was a Crime Bulgaria - 4th place in 2016 - 31.20% (307 points out of 984 - average score 3.74 points)


53. Eva Rivas - Apricot Stone - Armenia - 7th place in 2010 - 30.92% (141 points out of 456 - average score 3.71 points)


54. Giorgos Alkaios & Friends - OPA - GREECE - 8th place in 2010 - 30.70% (140 points out of 456 - average score 3.68 points)


55. Ermal Meta & Fabrizio Moro - Non Mi Avete Fatto Niente - ITALY - 5th place in 2018 - 30.56% (308 points out of 1008 - average score 3.66 points)


56. Sabina Babyeva - When The Music Dies - AZERBAIJAN - 4th place in 2012 - 30.49% (150 points out of 492 - average score 3.66 points)


57. Sofia Nizharadze - Shine - GEORGIA - 9th place in 2010 - 29.82% (136 points out of 456 - average score 3.58 points)


58. Rona Nishliu - Suus - ALBANIA - 5th place in 2012 29.67% (146 points out of 492 - average score 3.56 points)

Vocal of the decade? Iconic, strange and mesmerising performance. Albania's highest finishing song.


59. Kate Miller-Heidke - Zero Gravity - AUSTRALIA - 9th place in 2019 - 29.58% (284 points out of 960 - average score 3.55 points)

One of the best stagings of all time. Kate did Australia proud.


60. Ilinca feat. Alex Florea - Yodel It! - ROMANIA - 7th place in 2017 - 28.66% (282 points out of 984 - average score 3.44 points)


61. Mikolas Josef - Lie To Me - CZECH REPUBLIC - 6th place in 2018 - 27.88% (281 points out of 1008 - average score 3.35 points)



A bad back couldn't stop Mikolas. Czech's best of all time.


62. Marco Mengoni - L’Essenziale - ITALY - 7th place in 2013 - 27.63% (126 points out of 456 - average score 3.32 points)


63. Benjamin Ingrosso - Dance You Off - SWEDEN - 7th place in 2018 - 27.18% (274 points out of 1008 - average score 3.26 points)


64. A Friend In London - New Tomorrow - DENMARK - 5th place in 2011 - 26.59% (134 points out of 504 - average score 3.19 points)


65. Frans - If I Were Sorry - SWEDEN - 5th place in 2016 - 26.52% (261 points out of 984 - average score 3.18 points)


66. Gianluca - Tomrrow - MALTA - 8th place in 2013 - 26.32% (120 points out of 456 - average score 3.16 points)

It was very 2013. Malta's only top 10 in the 2010s.


67. Mariya Yaremchuk - Tick - Tock - UKRAINE - 6th place in 2014 - 26.16% (113 points out of 432 - average score 3.14 points)


68. Amir- J'ai Cherché - FRANCE - 6th place in 2016 - 26.12% (257 points out of 984 - average score 3.13 points)


69. Iveta Mukuchyan - LoveWave - ARMENIA - 7th place in 2016 - 25.30% (249 points out of 984 - average score 3.03 points)


70. Anouk - Birds - NETHERLANDS - 9th place in 2013 - 25.00% (114 points out of 456 - average score 3.00 points)


71. Dino Merlin - Love In Rewind - BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA - 6th place in 2011 - 24.80% (125 points out of 504 - average score 2.98 points)

The best from Bosnia and Herzegovina and also the highest finishing song from the dreaded death position of 2nd in the running order.


72. Ott Lepland - Kuula - ESTONIA - 6th place in 2012 - 24.39% (120 points out of 492 - average score 2.93 points)

Estonia serving fine man ballad realness for their top song of the 2010s.


73. Elina Nechayeva - La Forza - ESTONIA - 8th place in 2018 - 24.31% (245 points out of 1008 - average score 2.92 points)


74. Hatari - Hatrio mun sigra - ICELAND - 10th place in 2019 - 24.17% (232 points out of 960 - average score 2.90 points)

What a story this group were in 2019. Iceland's only Top 10 of the decade and an entry that will go down in Eurovision folklore.


75. Loukas Giorkas feat Stereo Mike - Watch My Dance - GREECE - 7th place in 2011 - 23.81% (120 points out of 504 - average score 2.86 points)


76. Alyosha - Sweet People - UKRAINE- 10th place in 2010 - 23.68% (108 points out of 456 - average score 2.84 points)


77. Jedward - Lipstick - IRELAND - 8th place in 2011 - 23.61% - 119 points out of 504 - average score 2.83 points)

Ireland's crazy pair of twins came out with this banger in 2011. They finished top 10 and were Australia's favourite entry of 2011 (from the SBS unofficial reuslts).


78. Michał Szpak - Colour of Your Life - POLAND - 8th place in 2016 - 23.27% (229 points out of 984 - average score 2.79 points)


Poland's highest entry and Europe gave more televotes to this than Sound of Silence (we personally love it but still....)


79. Can Bonomo - Love Me Back - TURKEY - 7th place in 2012 - 22.76% (112 points out of 492 - average score 2.73 points)


80. Elina Born & Stig Rästa - Goodbye to Yesterday - ESTONIA - 7th place in 2015 - 22.65% (106 points out of 468 - average score 2.72 points)


81. Rasmussen - Higher Ground - DENMARK - 9th place in 2018 - 22.42% (226 points out of 1008 - average score 2.69 points)


82. Roman Lob - Standing Still - GERMANY - 8th place in 2012 - 22.36% (110 points out of 492 - average score 2.68 points)


83. Eldrine - One More Day - GEORGIA - 9th place in 2011 - 21.83% (110 points out of 504 - average score 2.62 points)

Georgia's highest of the 2010s.


84. Mørland & Debrah Scarlett - A Monster Like Me - NORWAY - 8th place in 2015 - 21.79% (102 points out of 468 - average score 2.62 points)


85. Lena - Taken By A Stranger - GERMANY - 10th place in 2011 - 21.23% (107 points out of 504 - average score 2.55 points)


86. DoReDos - My Lucky Day MOLDOVA - 10th place in 2018 - 20.734% (209 points out of 1008 - average score 2.49 points)


87. Nadav Guedj - Golden Boy - ISRAEL - 9th place in 2015 - 20.726% (97 points out of 468 - average score 2.49 points)


88. Tolmachevy Sisters - Shine - RUSSIA - 7th place in 2014 - 20.60% (89 points out of 432 - average score 2.47 points)


89. Nina Zilli - L'Amore È Femmina (Out Of Love) - ITALY 9th place in 2012 20.53% (101 points out of 492 - average score 2.46 points)


90. Carl Espen - Silent Storm - NORWAY - 8th place in 2014 - 20.37% (88 points out of 432 - average score 2.44 points)


91. Joci Pápai - Origo - Hungary - 8th place in 2017 20.33% (200 points out of 984 - average score 2.44 points)


92. Donny Montell - I've Been Waiting for This Night - Lithuania - 9th place in 2016 - 20.33% (200 points out of 984 - average score 2.44 points)



Donny performed twice at the contest in the 2010s, this was his and Lithuania's best.


93. Blue - I Can - United Kingdom - 11th place in 2011 - 19.84% (100 points out of 504 - average score 2.38 points)

The best from the British actually finished 5th in the televote, but a poor jury performance saw them finish just outside the top 10 but inside the top 100 of the decade here.


94. Peter Nalitch & Friends - Lost And Forgotten - Russia - 11th place in 2010 - 19.74% (90 points out of 456 - average score 2.37 points)


95. Pastora Soler - Quédate Conmigo - Spain - 10th place in 2012 - 19.72% (97 points out of 492 - average score 2.37 points)

One of two entries from Spain to make a Top 10, this fan favourite was the best from the Big Five nation this decade. Some iconic poses that no doubt Dami Im took inspiration from.


96. Zdob si Zdub - So Lucky - Moldova - 12th place in 2011 - 19.25% (97 points out of 504 - average score 2.31 points)


97. Maja Keuc - No One - Slovenia - 13th place in 2011 - 19.05% (96 points out of 504 - average score 2.29 points)

Slovenia's highest.


98. ByeAlex - Kedvesem - Hungary - 10th place in 2013 - 18.42% (84 points out of 456 - average score 2.21 points)


99. Laura Tesoro - What's the Pressure - Belgium - 10th place in 2016 - 18.39% (181 points out of 984 - average score 2.20 points)



Australia's favourite in 2016 (other than our own). 12 points from both the jury and televote.


100. Eugent Bushpepa - Mall - Albania - 11th place in 2018 - 18.25% (184 points out of 1008 - average score 2.19 points)


101. Jessy Matador - Allez Olla Olé - France - 12th place in 2010 - 17.98% (82 points out of 456 - average score 2.16 points)


102. Ieva Zasimauskaité - When We're Old - Lithuania - 12th place in 2018 - 17.96% (181 points out of 1008 - average score 2.15 points)


103. Isaiah Firebrace - Don't Come Easy - Australia - 9th place in 2017 - 17.58% (173 points out of 984 - average score 2.11 points)

One of four Top 10 entries from Australia.


104. Madame Monsieur - Mercy - France - 13th place in 2018 - 17.16% (173 points out of 1008 - average score 2.06 points)


105. Basim - Cliche Love Song - Denmark - 9th place in 2014 - 17.13% (74 points out of 432 - average score 2.06 points)


106. Ruth Lorenzo - Dancing in the rain - Spain - 10th place in 2014 - 17.13% (74 points out of 432 - average score 2.06 points)


107. Nina - Čaroban - Serbia - 14th place in 2011 - 16.87% (85 points out of 504 - average score 2.02 points)


Nina now calls Australia home, so we'll claim this.


108. Softengine - Something Better - Finland - 11th place in 2014 - 16.67% (72 points out of 432 - average score 2.00 points)

Deservedly the Finnish best of the 2010s, great entry that probably deserved more.


109. Paula Seling & Ovi - Miracle - Romania - 12th place in 2014 - 16.67% (72 points out of 432 - average score 2.00 points)


110. Equinox - Bones - Bulgaria - 14th place in 2018 - 16.47% (166 points out of 1008 - average score 1.98 points)


111. Pasha Parfeny - Lautar - Moldova - 11th place in 2012 - 16.46% (81 points out of 492 - average score 1.98 points)


112. Lake Malawi - Friend of a Friend - Czech Republic - 11th place in 2019 - 16.35% (157 points out of 960 - average score 1.96 points)


113. Amaury Vassili - Sognu - France - 15th place in 2011 - 16.27% (82 points out of 504 - average score 1.95 points)


114. Jowst - Grab the Moment - Norway - 10th place in 2017 - 16.06% (158 points out of 984 - average score 1.93 points)


115. Milan Stanković - Ovo Je Balkan - Serbia - 13th place in 2010 - 15.79% (72 points out of 456 - average score 1.89 points)


116. Aliona Moon - O Mie - Moldova - 11th place in 2013 - 15.57% (71 points out of 456 - average score 1.87 points)


117. Roberto Bellarosa - Love Kills - Belgium - 12th place in 2013 - 15.57% (71 points out of 456 - average score 1.87 points)


118. Harel Skaat - Milim - Israel - 14th place in 2010 - 15.57% (71 points out of 456 - average score 1.87 points)


119. Douwe Bob - Slow Down - Netherlands - 11th place in 2016 - 15.55% (153 points out of 984 - average score 1.87 points)

Douwe Bob - just because.


120. Ira Losco - Walk on Water - Malta - 12th place in 2016 - 15.55% (153 points out of 984 - average score 1.87 points)


121. Zoë - Loin d’ici - Austria - 13th place in 2016 - 15.35% (151 points out of 984 - average score 1.84 points)



A big favourite here at Aussievision.


122. Alexej Vorobjov - Get You - Russia - 16th place in 2011 - 15.28% (77 points out of 504 - average score 1.83 points)


123. Hotel FM - Change - Romania - 17th place in 2011 - 15.28% (77 points out of 504 - average score 1.83 points)


124. OG3NE - Lights And Shadows - Netherlands - 11th place in 2017 - 15.24% (150 points out of 984 - average score 1.83 points)


125. Daniel Diges - Algo Pequeñito - Spain - 15th place in 2010 - 14.91% (68 points out of 456 - average score 1.79 points)


126. Sebalter - Hunter Of Stars - Switzerland - 13th place in 2014 - 14.81% (64 points out of 432 - average score 1.77 points)


127. Mandinga - Zaleilah - Romania - 12th place in 2012 - 14.43% (71 points out of 492 - average score 1.73 points)


128. Kaliopi - Crno I Belo - North Macedonia - 13th place in 2012 - 14.43% (71 points out of 492 - average score 1.73 points)


129. Donatan & Cleo - My Słowianie - We Are Slavic - Poland - 14th place in 2014 - 14.35% (62 points out of 432 - average score 1.72 points)

Terrible song. Iconic entry.


130. Alexander Rybak - That's How You Write a Song - Norway - 15th place in 2018 - 14.29% (144 points out of 1008 - average score 1.71 points)


131. Cezar - It's My Life - Romania - 13th place in 2013 - 14.25% (65 points out of 456 - average score 1.71 points)


132. Donny Montell - Love Is Blind - Lithuania - 14th place in 2012 - 14.23% (70 points out of 492 - average score 1.71 points)


133. Alma - Requiem - France - 12th place in 2017 - 13.72% (135 points out of 984 - average score 1.65 points)


134. Hovi Star - Made of Stars - Israel - 14th place in 2016 13.72% (135 points out of 984 - average score 1.65 points)


135. Robin Stjernberg - You - Sweden - 14th place in 2013 13.60% (62 points out of 456 - average score 1.63 points)


136. Juliana Pasha - It's All About You - Albania - 16th place in 2010 - 13.60% (62 points out of 456 - average score 1.63 points)


137. Ryan O'Shaughnessy - Together - Ireland - 16th place in 2018 - 13.49% (136 points out of 1008 - average score 1.62 points)


Third place in the Australian televote in 2018.


138. Pollapönk - No Prejudice - Iceland - 15th place in 2014 - 13.43% (58 points out of 432 - average score 1.61 points)


139. Justs - Heartbeat - Latvia - 15th place in 2016 - 13.41% (132 points out of 984 - average score 1.61 points)


The first song we ever saw live at the contest.


140. Gaitana - Be My Guest - Ukraine - 15th place in 2012 - 13.21% (65 points out of 492 - average score 1.59 points)


141. Ivi Adamou - La La Love - Cyprus - 16th place in 2012 - 13.21% (65 points out of 492 - average score 1.59 points)