Eurovision 2014: Winners of ESC Radio Awards

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From 17 – 25 May, Eurovision Song Contest Radio held a special poll to determine the favourites of their listeners, and although Conchita with her entry Rise like a phoenix won the contest, respondents had a different view for this poll.

All in all, Hungarian entrant András Kállay-Saunders came out on top of the overall voting with his entry Running, winning Best Song with 8.8% of the vote, and Best Male Artist with 23.9% of the vote. Sweden’s Sanna Nielsen captured second place for Best Song with 8.5% of the vote with her entry Undo, and first place for Best Female Artist with 30.1% of the vote. Dutch folk group The Common Linnets captured the top spot in the Best Group category with 18.8%, followed by Freaky Fortune feat. RiskyKidd for Greece at 12.1% and Finland’s Softengine at third with 10.5%.

Despite capturing the votes and minds of the pan-European audience during the Grand Final, 2014 Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst came third in the Best Song category for her power ballad Rise like a phoenix with 7.8% of the vote, and second with 20.7% of the vote in the Best Female Artist category.

Here are the top 3 winners from each of the awards categories:

 Best Song Best Male Artist Best Female Artist Best Group
  1. András Kállay-Saunders
    Running
    [Hungary]
  2. Sanna Nielsen
    Undo 
    [Sweden]
  3. Conchita Wurst
    Rise like a phoenix
    [Austria] 
  1. András Kállay-Saunders
    [Hungary]
  2. Sebalter
    [Switzerland]
  3. Aram MP3
    [Armenia] 
  1. Sanna Nielsen
    [Sweden]
  2. Conchita Wurst
    [Austria]
  3. Mariya Yaremchuck
    [Ukraine] 
  1. The Common Linnets 
    [The Netherlands]
  2. Freaky Fortune feat. RiskyKidd
    [Greece]
  3. Softengine
    [Finland] 

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Earlier this month, Austria’s Conchita Wurst won the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 in Copenhagen, Denmark with her entry Rise like a phoenix, therefore awarding Austria the right to host the 2015 and 60th edition of the contest next May.

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