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OGAE Song Contest 2021: Aussievision votes



We don't have much longer to wait before learning what act has been voted the winner of the OGAE Song Contest 2021.


The annual contest sees Eurovision fan clubs around the world pick one song released that year by an artist from their country to represent them. Club members then vote for which other country's songs they like the most.

There are 29 songs competing in this year's OGAE Song Contest, the winner of which will be named on October 31. The United Kingdom is vying for its fourth consecutive win, after having success with Steps (2018), Lewis Capaldi (2019) and Dua Lipa (2020). We polled the Aussievision team to see who they want to finish first. 11 team members used Eurovision-style voting, giving 12 points to their favourite song all the way down to 1 point for their 10th favourite. Aussievision team members could not vote for Australia, which is represented in 2021 with 'Fly Away' by Tones and I.



Keep scrolling to find out where your favourite finished in the eyes of the Aussievision team. Enjoy the countdown!

28. France: Patrick Fiori & Florent Pagny – ‘J’y Vais’ (2 points) 27. Turkey: Gülsen & Edis – ‘Nirvana’ (4 points) 26. Andorra: Beth – ‘Que Tremolin Els Arbres’ (5 points) =24. Czech Republic: Aneta Langerova – ‘Jak Krasne Je Byt Milovan’ (6 points) =24. Cyprus: Monsieur Doumani – ‘Pissourin’ (6 points) 23. Russia: Jey – ‘Nenormalnyj’ (7 points) 22. Ukraine: Tobizda – ‘Ya Chotu Trampampam’ (8 points) 21. Armenia: Sirusho – ‘Es u Du’ (10 points) 20. North Macedonia: Lara – ‘Za Nas’ (14 points) (12 points from Hayley) =18. Italy: Takagi & Ketra ft. Marco Mengoni & Frah Quintale – ‘Venere e Marte’ (16 points) (12 points from Craig) = 18. Portugal: Ana Moura – ‘Andorinhas’ (16 points) =16. Croatia: Damir Kedzo – ‘Nedodirljiva’ (17 points) =16. Spain: Miki Nunez – ‘Me Vale’ (17 points) 15. Hungary: Honeybeast & Palya Bea – ‘Ha Meghalok’ (21 points 14. Serbia: Zoi – ‘Jasno Mi Je’ (23 points) 13. Ireland: Eimear Quinn – ‘Hibernia’ (24 points) 12. Latvia: Ivo Fomins – ‘Diena Vai Nakts’ (25 points) 11. Germany: Michelle – ‘Vorbei Vorbei’ (26 points)

=9. Sweden: Benjamin Ingrosso – ‘Flickan På Min Gata’ (27 points)

(8 points from Tim)


=9. Belgium: Camille – ‘Vuurwerk’ (27 points)

(12 points from Tim, 8 points from Steve)



8. Slovenia: Maraaya – ‘Dobr’ Gre’ (28 points)

(10 points from Emma, 8 points from Mike)

7. Greece: Helena Paparizou & Marseaux – ‘Déjà vu’ (29 points)

(10 points from Kyriakos and Laura)



6. Austria: Josh – ‘Expresso & Tschianti’ (32 points)

(10 points from Craig, 8 points from Estelle)



5. Rest of the World: Kali Uchis – ‘Telepatia’ (33 points)

(12 points from Mark, 10 points from Hayley)

4. Poland: Meskie Granie Orkiestra 2021 – ‘I Ciebie Tez, Bardzo’ (39 points)

(12 points from Dale and Mike, 8 points from Hayley)

3. Finland: Erika Vikman – ‘Syntisten Pöytä’ (40 points)

(12 points from Laura, 10 points from Steve)


2. Denmark: Fyr og Flamme – ‘Kamæleon (55 points)

(12 points from Kyriakos, 10 points from Dale, 8 points from Emma)

1. United Kingdom: Joel Corry & MNEK – ‘Head & Heart’ (81 points)

(12 points from Steve, Emma and Estelle, 8 points from Dale, Craig, Kyriakos, Laura and Mark)



This is now the eighth time that OGAE UK has the honour of hosting this contest, one of three contests held by the OGAE International Network, alongside the OGAE Second Chance Contest and the OGAE Video Contest.


Cardiff, the capital of Wales, will be hosting the OGAE Song Contest 2021. The results are due to be revealed on October 31.