Less than a week after the 55th Eurovision Song Contest ended in the Telenor Arena and many of the songs can be found in top spots in the European itunes charts with the winning song, Satellite by Lena, topping seven of them.
Lena's Satellite, the first German Eurovision winner in 28 years, can be found today in no less than fourteen countries' official itunes charts. Apart from homeland Germany where she is currently at # 3, one place behind Jessy Matador's Allez ola ole, Lena is currently topping the charts in Austria, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Ireland, Luxemburg, and Sweden. It can also be found in the Netherlands (#4 ), Belgium (#2 ), Norway (#2), Portugal (#8), Spain (#2) and Switzerland.
Although this year's French entry, Allez ola ole by Jessy Matador is nowhere to be found at the moment in the French chart, nevertheless it is # 2 in Germany, #5 in Belgium, #2 in Finland and Greece, #4 in Luxembourg, #3 in Norway and #9 in Sweden.
Tom Dice's Me and my guitar is also quite successful as it can be found at #1 in Belgium, #5 in Germany, #9 in the Irish chart and #8 in Norway.
The Norwegian chart is the one where most Eurovision entries can be found. Seven out of the top ten spots are occupied by Satellite at #2, Allez ola ole at #3, Denmark's In a moment like this at #5 followed by the Moldovan entry at #6, Romania's Ovi and Paula Seling one place behind, Tom Dice at #8 and Anna Bergendahl from Sweden with This is my life at #9.
The Greek itunes chart is also currently flooded with Eurovision songs with six out of 10 spots occupied by songs from this year's contest. Giorgos Alkaios' OPA can be found in two spots and Lena tops the chart followed by Jessy Matador. Safura's Drip drop is currently at # 7 and although the Greeks did not award their neighbours with any points, Turkey's MaNga can be found at #10 with We could be the same.
Olia Tira and the Sunstroke Project from Moldova, apart from the Norwegian chart, have also managed to gain one more place in the itunes chart, climbing at #8 of the Finnish chart and Daniel Diges' Algo Pequenito can be found #8 of the Spanish chart. Finally, Ovi and Paula Seling are currently on # 7 in the Swedish chart with Playing with fire.
You can see the full charts here.