Almost eleven weeks after the Eurovision Song Contest, the charts all over Europe show that the event hasn�t been forgotten yet! The most successful artist is Eurovision Song Contest winner Helena Paparizou. In the overall European charts, she climbed from 20th to 17th position with My number one.
The Austrian group Global.Kryner is still in the Austrian Top 75 Album Charts with Krynology, which includes their Eurovision Song Contest entry Y así. They climbed from a 37th to a 33rd position. My number one left the single charts, previously reaching the 44th position as peak.
In the Flemish Top 40 single charts in Belgium, Helena Paprizou dropped to the 22nd position.
Last week, Jakob Sveistrub entered the Danish album charts with his his debut album Jakob Sveistrub. He dropped from the 2nd to the 3rd position.
Two participants are left in the German charts; The winning song dropped to a 72nd spot, while the Swiss group Vanilla Ninja is still on 53rd with Cool vibes.
Most of the Eurovision Song Contest material seems to be sold in Greece. The compilation album of 2005 is still on the 16th position of the compilation charts. Helena dropped to the 9th position with My number one in the official single charts. However, she still tops the DVD charts with her music DVD. Her album keeps the second place of the album charts occpied, 29 weeks after its release.
Lumita Anghel & Sistem, winners of the semifinal, fell to a 13th place in the Romanian single charts.
Two weeks after Helena Paparizou received a gold record for My number one in Sweden, she still occupies the 6th position in the Swedish single charts.
The Swiss representatives made a huge drop in the Swiss charts. �Cool vibes dropped to the 88th position. My number one stays at 46. María Isabel occupies the 27th place with Antes muerta que sincilla, her winning 2004 Junior Eurovision Song Contest entry.
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