Song of the decade: Line-up for the first semi final

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esctoday.com is currently searching for the best Eurovision Song Contest entry of this decade. Polls were held over the last weeks to determine the mos popular song of each competing country. The remaining 46 songs were split into two semi finals and now it is time to reveal the line-up of the first semi final.

Line-up

The semi final allocation and the running order are random and based on a computer-aided draw.

No.
Country Year Performer Song
1 Malta 2005 Chiara Angel
2 Czech Republic 2008 Tereza Kerndlova Have some fun
3 Georgia 2007 Sopho Visionary dream
4 Lithuania 2009 Sasha Son Love
5 Croatia 2006 Severina Mojaštikla
6 Portugal 2008 Vânia Fernandes Senhora do mar
7 Moldova 2007 Natalia Barbu
Fight
8 Bosnia & Herzegovina 2006 Hari Mata Hari Lejla
9 Montenegro 2009 Andrea Demirovic Just get out of my life
10 Cyprus 2004 Lisa Andreas Stronger every minute
11 Norway 2008 Maria Haukaas Storeng Hold on be strong
12 Netherlands 2007 Edsilia Rombley On top of the world
13 Switzerland 2005 Vanilla Ninja Cool vibes
14 Hungary 2005 NOX Forogj, világ!
15 Albania 2004 Anjeza Shahini The image of you
16 Latvia 2000 Brainstorm My star
17 Bulgaria 2007 Elitsa & Stoyan Water
18 Slovakia 2009 Kamil Mikulcík & Nela Pocisková Let' tmou
19 Serbia 2007 MarijaŠerifovic Molitva
20 France 2009 Patricia Kaas Et s'il fallait le faire
21 Romania 2006 Mihai Traistariu Tornerò
22 Germany 2006 Texas Lightning
No no never
23 United Kingdom 2009 Jade Ewen It's my time

Vote

You can vote here . Anyone has just one single vote to give, so choose wisely! The poll is open until 24th September, when the polls for the second semi final will be opened.

Complete results

Here you can find the complete results for 22 of the 23 countries above in the first round. Slovakia's entry was directly qualified for the second round as it was the country's only entry in this decade.

Malta:

  1. 2005 (44.21%)
  2. 2002 (17.14%)
  3. 2007 (7.08%)
  4. 2004 (6.97%)
  5. 2008 (6.38%)
  6. 2001 (4.26%)
  7. 2006 (4.26%)
  8. 2000 (4.02%)
  9. 2009 (3.66%)
  10. 2003 (1.30%)

Czech Republic:

  1. 2008 (60.08%)
  2. 2007 (26.05%)
  3. 2009 (13.87%)

Georgia:

  1. 2007 (71.93%)
  2. 2008 (28.07%)

Lithuania:

  1. 2009 (29.66%)
  2. 2005 (21.03%)
  3. 2006 (15.14%)
  4. 2007 (13.14%)
  5. 2001 (8.51%)
  6. 2002 (6.26%)
  7. 2004 (3.38%)
  8. 2008 (2.88%)

Croatia:

  1. 2006 (26.50%)
  2. 2005 (12.76%)
  3. 2001 (10.18%)
  4. 2002 (9.57%)
  5. 2003 (9.57%)
  6. 2000 (8.34%)
  7. 2004 (7.24%)
  8. 2008 (6.75%)
  9. 2009 (6.63%)
  10. 2007 (2.45%)

Portugal:

  1. 2008 (52.96%)
  2. 2009 (18.34%)
  3. 2003 (13.51%)
  4. 2007 (8.44%)
  5. 2005 (3.50%)
  6. 2004 (2.17%)
  7. 2006 (0.60%
  8. 2001 (0.48%)

Moldova:

  1. 2007 (39.39%)
  2. 2009 (27.06%)
  3. 2005 (21.09%)
  4. 2008 (8.13%)
  5. 2006 (4.32%)

Bosnia & Herzegovina:

  1. 2006 (36.59%)
  2. 2009 (18.58%)
  3. 2008 (11.15%)
  4. 2005 (9.64%)
  5. 2004 (9.06%)
  6. 2007 (9.06%)
  7. 2003 (3.48%)
  8. 2001 (1.63%)
  9. 2002 (0.81%)

Montenegro:

  1. 2009 (46.22%)
  2. 2005 as part of Serbia & Montenegro (42.82%)
  3. 2008 (6.55%)
  4. 2007 (4.41%)

Cyprus:

  1. 2004 (38.47%)
  2. 2007 (30.71%)
  3. 2005 (6.12%)
  4. 2002 (6.00%)
  5. 2009 (5.41%)
  6. 2008 (5.18%)
  7. 2000 (4.35%)
  8. 2006 (3.06%)
  9. 2003 (0.71%)

Norway:

  1. 2008 (32.64%)
  2. 2009 (31.15%)
  3. 2006 (12.76%)
  4. 2005 (8.97%)
  5. 2003 (6.90%)
  6. 2004 (2.30%)
  7. 2007 (2.07%)
  8. 2001 (1.84%)
  9. 2000 (1.38%)

Netherlands:

  1. 2007 (22.83%)
  2. 2005 (19.17%)
  3. 2003 (14.65%)
  4. 2000 (11.97%)
  5. 2008 (10.99%)
  6. 2001 (7.45%)
  7. 2004 (4.88%)
  8. 2006 (4.52%)
  9. 2009 (3.54%)

Switzerland:

  1. 2005 (38.48%)
  2. 2008 (28.77%)
  3. 2009 (15.44%)
  4. 2007 (6.97%)
  5. 2000 (4.98%)
  6. 2006 (2.62%)
  7. 2002 (2.37%)
  8. 2004 (0.37%)

Hungary:

  1. 2005 (51.90%)
  2. 2007 (31.04%)
  3. 2008 (8.71%)
  4. 2009 (8.34%)

Albania:

  1. 2004 (39.62%)
  2. 2009 (22.35%)
  3. 2008 (21.33%)
  4. 2005 (8.58%)
  5. 2006 (4.63%)
  6. 2007 (3.50%)

Latvia:

  1. 2000 (38.01%)
  2. 2005 (15.62%)
  3. 2002 (13.53%)
  4. 2003 (9.72%)
  5. 2007 (8.00%)
  6. 2008 (7.26%)
  7. 2006 (3.20%)
  8. 2004 (2.21%)
  9. 2009 (1.72%)
  10. 2001 (0.74%)

Bulgaria:

  1. 2007 (53.02%)
  2. 2008 (21.36%)
  3. 2006 (14.32%)
  4. 2005 (7.16%)
  5. 2009 (4.13%)

Serbia:

  1. 2007 (39.79%)
  2. 2004 as part of Serbia & Montenegro (38.25%)
  3. 2008 (18.65%)
  4. 2009 (3.31%)

France:

  1. 2009 (29.73%)
  2. 2001 (26.20%)
  3. 2002 (11.52%)
  4. 2008 (7.64%)
  5. 2005 (6.58%)
  6. 2004 (6.46%)
  7. 2007 (5.17%)
  8. 2003 (4.11%)
  9. 2006 (1.88%)
  10. 2000 (0.71%)

Romania:

  1. 2006 (43.83%)
  2. 2005 (28.57%)
  3. 2009 (6.35%)
  4. 2008 (6.23%)
  5. 2003 (4.03%)
  6. 2002 (3.91%)
  7. 2007 (2.69%)
  8. 2004 (2.56%)
  9. 2000 (1.83%)

Germany:

  1. 2006 (30.34%)
  2. 2007 (16.17%)
  3. 2001 (11.22%)
  4. 2009 (9.86%)
  5. 2003 (8.15%)
  6. 2008 (6.73%)
  7. 2004 (6.49%)
  8. 2000 (4.25%)
  9. 2002 (3.78%)
  10. 2005 (3.19%)

United Kingdom:

  1. 2009 (39.56%)
  2. 2002 (23.05%)
  3. 2005 (9.86%)
  4. 2001 (6.54%)
  5. 2000 (5.16%)
  6. 2006 (4.47%)
  7. 2003 (3.33%)
  8. 2007 (3.33%)
  9. 2004 (2.41%)
  10. 2008 (2.29%)

Video recap

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