[UPDATE : The latest Austrian, Danish and Finish charts have been added which include a multitude of Eurovision songs – additions are in italic]

More than one week has passed since the 60th Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final and we have gathered these year’s entries charts debut across the world so far.

Last year, Conchita Wurst won the competition but we saw that The Common Linnets, who finished second, won the chart battle on the long run. Let’s see if the same thing is happening this year and let’s discover which entries charted across the world. However, one striking things is that less songs have charted this year.

Please note that the numbers given are the peak position of these songs in the last few weeks. The article will be updated when more official charts will be published.

[Sweden] Måns Zelmerlöw- Heroes

  • Austria #1
  • Sweden #1 (certified Double Platinum)
  • Switzerland #1
  • Germany #3
  • Belgium (Flanders) #5 (Wallonia) #7
  • Spain #7
  • Denmark #7
  • Ireland #10
  • The United Kingdom #11 (30,780 sales)
  • The Netherlands #12
  • Finland #16 (digital #1)
  • Australia #19
  • France #37 (sales : 1000)
  • Norway #37
  • Portugal #45

Spotify more than 26 million spins worth 267 000 US$. If looking at Itunes only, Måns peaked at #1 in Austria, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, The Netherlands, Norway, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland and obviously Sweden. Top 5 in Belarus, Belgium, Cyprus, Greece, Israel, Poland, Romania, Russia, Armenia, Hungary, top 15 in the UK, Australia, France, Azerbaijan, Portugal. Around the world, Måns also entered the charts in New Zealand, The USA, Hong Kong, Brazil, UAE, The Philippines, South Africa, The Bahamas, Chile, Vietnam and Colombia.

[Belgium] Loïc Nottet – Rhythm inside

  • Belgium (Flanders and Wallonia) #1
  • Austria #2
  • Germany #21
  • Sweden #25
  • The Netherlands #26
  • Switzerland #34
  • Australia #61
  • The United Kingdom #69
  • Ireland #83
  • France #85

[Russia] Polina Gagarina – A million voices

  • Austria #10
  • Belgium (Flanders) #22
  • Belgium (Wallonia) #38
  • Switzerland #39
  • Germany #46
  • Sweden#48
  • Australia #79
  • Ireland #86
  • The United Kingdom #97 (sales : 4,475)
  • The Netherlands #99

[Estonia] Elina Born & Stig Rästa – Goodbye to yesterday

  • Austria #8
  • Belgium (Flanders) #32
  • Ireland #36
  • Belgium (Wallonia) #42
  • Sweden #56
  • Switzerland #68
  • Germany #71
  • The Netherlands #73

[Australia] Guy Sebastian – Tonight again

  • Australia #12
  • Austria #16
  • Sweden #41
  • Germany #44
  • Switzerland #47
  • The Netherlands #71
  • UK #178 (sales : 2,549)

[Italy] Il Volo – Grande amore

  • Italy #1
  • Austria #5
  • Switzerland #19
  • Spain #24
  • Belgium (Wallonia) #44
  • Germany #54
  • France #145

[Israel] Nadav Guedj – Golden boy

  • Austria #14
  • Belgium (Flanders) #36
  • Germany #45
  • Belgium (Wallonia) #48
  • Sweden #54
  • Switzerland #54
  • UK #169 (sales : 2,623)
  • France #178

[Latvia] Aminata – Love injected

  • Austria #19
  • Germany #51
  • Switzerland #74
  • Australia #87
  • UK #135 (sales : 3,083)

[Norway] Mørland & Debrah Scarlett – A Monster like me

  • Austria #17
  • Norway # 24
  • Switzerland #45
  • Ireland #83
  • Germany #92
  • UK #161
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Other artists have entered their national charts as well, Electro Velvet from the UK #156 (sales 2,785), Molly Sterling from Ireland, #77, The Makemakes from Austria #2, Ann Sophie from Germany #26, Lisa Angell from France #74, Mélanie René from Switzerland #73, Edurne from Spain #3 and finally Anti Social Media from Denmark #38 .

[Update] The Austrian single chart has also seen several other songs entering like Maraaya from Slovenia #23, Electro Velvet from the UK #53, Ann Sophie from Germany #54. Bojana from Serbia #55,  Monika Linkyté and Vaidas Baumita from Lithuania #59, John Karayiannis from Cyprus #61, Boggie from Hungary #64, Voltaj from Romania #70 and Nina Sublatti from Georgia #73.

Conchita Wurst, last year’s winner has just released her debut album Conchita and charted #1 in Austria, #6 in Switzerland, #17 in Belgium (Flanders), #23 in Germany, #26 in Australia, #28 in Finland, #41 in Belgium (Wallonia), #48 in Spain, #67 in the Netherlands, #138 in France. You are unstoppable is also #24 (peak at 13) in Austria, while Firestorm is #45.

The Eurovision Song Contest compilation charted at #2 in Austria and Germany, #4 in Australia, #6 in Switzerland, #11 in Finland and in the UK (selling 5,271 copies).

The 60th anniversary compilation also charted at #2 in Austria and #9 in Switzerland.

Please note that each country has its own charting rules therefore the compilation of the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 might appear in compilations charts only in some countries or in the general album charts in others. Official charts companies only show up to a number in the charts. In Finland we only have the top 20 given. UK and France – top 200, Belgium (Walloon and Flanders) top 50, Denmark – top 40, The Netherlands – top 100, Australia – top 100, Norway – top 20, Sweden – top 60, Spain – top 50, Switzerland and Austria top 75. Several countries in Europe do not have an official chart and therefore have been disregarded in this article because they might not be reliable sources.

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