Eurovision 2010: Who sang the most off key notes?

by Stella Floras 302 views

According to research by text question and answer service 63336, if the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest were to be won by the artist less out of tune compared to their song's studio version, then next year's contest would be taking place in Brussels or Antwerpen.

Research by text question and answer service 63336 conducted a survey to determine the order in which this year's Eurovision Song Contest entries would place according to how many notes their performers hit wrong during the final performances on Saturday 29th May. According to their pitch perfect researchers, Belgium's Tom Dice sang his entry Me and my guitar almost to perfection managing to miss only 8 notes followed by Jon Lilygreen who represented Cyprus with Life looks better in spring who missed just 9. Norway takes third place with 10 missed notes, followed by Russia and Ireland who both sang 13 bum notes.

The Top Ten of Less Notes Missed according to the survey looks like that:

Bosnia & Herzegovina

The artist who, according to 63336's experts, missed the most notes, 117 to be exact, was Serbia's hope Milan Stankovic followed by Olia Tira of Moldova with 71and winner Lena in third place with 64 missed notes.

The Top Ten of the Most Notes Missed looks like this:

Spain (second performance)
Iceland (tie with Spain's first performance)*

You can read the full report by 63336 here

*Spain performed twice due to disruption by notorious pitch invader Jimmy Jump

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Stella Floras

Thanks to Johnny Logan and Hold me now I fell in love with the Eurovision Song Contest, a love that's been going strong ever since with undiminished passion. My first memories date back to 1977 and the lyrics of Rock bottom, Dschinghis Khan and A ba ni bi are still engraved in my brain.

I joined in 2006 as a junior editor after being invited by Barry Viniker, I soon became Senior Editor and during the 2007 contest in Helsinki I was appointed Head of Communications. Today I hold the post of Head of Human Resources and I am proud to be working with the best editorial team in the world.