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  • Writer's pictureFleur Menezes

OGAE Song Contest 2023: Aussievision team rankings



It is that time of the year again where we will soon find out who will be voted the winner of the OGAE Song Contest 2023.


The OGAE Song Contest sees national clubs enter an original song from their nation released in the previous 12 months and sung in one of the country's official languages.


For those not familiar, the OGAE International Network (French: Organisation Générale des Amateurs de l'Eurovision, English: General Organization of Eurovision Fans) is the network of official Eurovision fan clubs.

As with the Eurovision Song Contest, participating countries cannot vote for their own song.


There are 31 songs competing in this year's OGAE Song Contest, with voting to conclude on October 21. This year’s competition will be hosted by OGAE Australia following their 2021 win with 'Fly Away' by Tones and I.


Before the results of the actual Contest are revealed, the Aussievision team has ranked their favourites, aside from Australia's own entry 'Padam Padam' by Kylie Minogue.



Here are our results, in reverse order:

= 28. Serbia: Teya Dora - 'Džanum' (0 points)

= 28. Germany: Michael Schulte - 'With You' (0 points)

= 28. Belgium: Oscar and the Wolf - 'Warrior' (0 points)

= 26. Ireland: Niall Horan - 'The Show' (2 points)

= 26. Austria: Pia Maria - 'White Noise' (2 points)

= 24. Slovenia: Eva Boto - 'Nočem, da greš' (3 points)

= 24. Portugal: Calema, Nuno Ribeiro & Mariza - 'Maria Joana' (3 points)

= 22. Croatia: Eni Jurišić & Matija Cvek - 'Trebaš Li Me' (4 points)

= 22. Cyprus: Loukas Yorkas - 'Μέχρι Τον Ουρανό' (4 points)

=20. Türkiye: Günes - 'NKBÍ' (5 points)

=20. Denmark: Tobias Rahim - 'Når Mænd Græder' (5 points)

19. Finland: KUUMA - 'Tulipalo' (6 points)

18. Latvia: Citi Zēni ft. Labvēlīgais Tips - 'Baļļīte' (7 points)

17. Hungary: Azahriah - 'Four Moods' (8 points)

16. North Macedonia: Pajak ft. Antonia Gigovska - 'Habibi' (14 points)

= 14. Greece: Konstantinos Argiros - 'Elpida' (18 points)

= 14. Malta: Aidan - 'Madam' (18 points)

13. Estonia: Stefan - 'Kiri Külmkapi Peal' (19 points)

12. Czechia: Mikolas Josef - 'Boys Don't Cry' (20 points)

11. Spain: Aitana - 'Los Ángeles' (23 points)



10. France: Slimane - 'Des millers de je t'aime' (23 points)

(10 points from Kyriakos, 8 points from John Christian)




9. Sweden: Zara Larsson - 'Can't Tame Her' (25 points)

(7 points from Kyriakos and John Christian)




8. Ukraine: Artem Pivovarov - 'Manifest' (26 points)

(8 points from Laura, 6 points from Steven)




7. Norway: KEiiNO - 'Nights of Thunder' (26 points)

(12 points from John Christian, 7 points from Emma)




6. Andorra: Triquell - 'Jugular' (32 points)

(12 points from Hayley, 6 points from Dale and Craig)




5. Poland: Margaret - 'Tańcz głupia' (33 points)

(8 points from Steven, 7 points from Mike, 6 points from John Christian)




4. Rest of the World: Two Hearts - 'Eurovusion (Open Up)' (44 points)

(12 points from Steven, Emma and Laura, 8 points from Hayley)




3. United Kingdom: Harry Styles - 'As It Was' (47 points)

(12 points from Mike, 10 points from Steven and Craig, 8 points from Emma, 6 points from Dale)




2. Armenia: Malena - 'Flashing Lights' (50 points)

(10 points from John Christian, Emma and Hayley, 7 points from Laura and Craig)




1. Italy: Annalisa - 'Mon Amour' (54 points)

(12 points from Dale and Craig, 10 points from Laura, 8 points from Mike)



Will Italy take out the win? Or will Australia be successful in consecutive contests? Stay tuned for the official results.


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