TETAW 2014 final opens

logoIn the heat of April, before the contest actually takes place, Marc Panozzo’s “The Eurovision That Almost Was…” has resumed this year for its 2014 editions. The first semifinal and the second semifinal have ended, vote for the final now!

Before the contest actually takes place, it’s time for the Internet to go crazy with games about the contest or the national finals. At the Eurovision Times, we have the Knockout game already taking place and currently going on. We would like to present you with another one.

The game is hosted by Marc Panozzo, our friend and a regular member here. He created in 2013 the The Eurovision That Almost Was… (TETAW) and the game opens this year for a second edition. Besides the internally selected songs, each country sends its national final runner-up to see what results we could expect from that Eurovision (that almost was but did not happen in the end). Last week the first semifinal results were revealed. Here are the results of the second semifinal:

IN (in alphabetical order):

Austria: Conchita Wurst – Rise Like A Phoenix
Finland: Mikko Pohjola – Sängyn reunalla
Georgia: The Shin & Mariko – Three Minutes To Earth
Greece: Kostas Martakis – Kanenas den me stamata
Israel: Mei Finegold – Nish’eret iti
Malta: De Bee – Pin The Middle
Norway: Linnea Dale – High Hopes
Poland: Donatan & Cleo – My Słowanie
Romania: Vaida – One More Time
Slovenia: Muff – Let Me Be (Myself)


11. Ireland: Eoghan Quigg – The Movie Song – 29
12. Lithuania: Mia – Attention – 27
13. Macedonia: Tijana Dapčević – To The Sky – 24
14. Belarus: Max Lorens & DiDyuLya – Now You’re Gone – 17
15. Switzerland: Yasmina Hunzinger – I Still Believe – 12

You can vote for the “almost” final here: http://tummiweb.com/scorewiz/rsvp/89358/AahSE and this is the final’s line-up:

Armenia: Aram Mp3 – Not Alone
Azerbaijan: Dilara Kazimova – Start A Fire
Estonia: Super Hot Cosmos Blues Band – Maybe Maybe
Hungary: Fool Moon – It Can’t Be Over
Iceland: Sigríður Eyrún Friðriksdóttir – Up And Away
Latvia: Dons – Pēdējā vēstule
Montenegro: Sergej Ćetković – Moj svijet
Netherlands: The Common Linnets – Calm After The Storm
Sweden: Ace Wilder – Busy Doin’ Nothin
Ukraine: Viktoriya Petryk – Love Is Lord
Austria: Conchita Wurst  Rise Like A Phoenix
Finland: Mikko Pohjola – Sängyn reunalla
Georgia: The Shin & Mariko – Three Minutes To Earth
Greece: Kostas Martakis – Kanenas den me stamata
Israel: Mei Finegold – Nish’eret iti
Malta: De Bee – Pin The Middle
Norway: Linnea Dale – High Hopes
Poland: Donatan & Cleo – My Słowanie
Romania: Vaida – One More Time
Slovenia: Muff – Let Me Be (Myself)

As a reminder, these were the ultimate results of the “almost” esc 2013:

01. Finland: Mikael Saari – We Should Be Through 171
02. Netherlands: Anouk – Birds 143
03. France: Amandine Bourgeois – L’enfer et moi 112
04. Greece: Alex Leon ft. Giorgina – Angel 91
05. Romania: Electric Fence – Emilia 90
06. Italy: Marco Mengoni – L’essenziale 89
07. Estonia: Grete Paia – Päästke noored hinged 85
08. San Marino: Valentina Monetta – Crisalide 80
09. Belarus: Nuteki – Save Me 73
10. Serbia: Dušan Spivlar – Spas 56
11. Montenegro: Who See – Igranka 55
12. Switzerland: Carrousel – J’avais rendez-vous 51
13. Bulgaria: Elitsa Todorova & Stoyan Yankulov – Kismet 49
14. Cyprus: Despina Olympiou – An Me Thimase 43
15. United Kingdom: Bonnie Tyler – Believe In Me 38
16. Sweden: Yohio – Heartbreak Hotel 37
17. Latvia: Samanta Tina – I Need A Hero 36
18. Macedonia: Esma & Lozano – Imperija 35
19. Croatia: Klapa s Mora – Mizerjan 34
20. Norway: Adelen – Bombo 33
21. Germany: LaBrassBanda – Nackert 25
22. Austria: Yela – Feels Like Home 23
23. Russia: Dina Garipova – What If 20
24. Spain: El Sueño De Morfeo – Atrevete 16
25. Belgium: Roberto Bellarosa – Reste toi 14
26. Hungary: Gigi Radics – Úgy fáj 9

PS: I am using as a logo of this post BoNF 2014’s logo and you can check the BoNF 2014’s semifinal results and watch the videos from the finalists here: eurovisiontimes.wordpress.com/about-5/morgans-stuff/bonf/bonf-2014/

24 comments on “TETAW 2014 final opens

  1. I am surprised to see Georgia in. I am glad I contributed one of those points for Yasmina though :)

    • And done ! I also noticed that if I remember correctly I contributed almost one 3rd of the points Ireland got haha :)

  2. Thanks Morgan, will be interesting to see who wins

  3. Not bad at all. A Eurovision final like this would have been one of the best in history with a very strong average rate.

    I did a 2013 German jury and changed a few ranking places for the final. (a)

  4. Finally got to vote in this, after being denied in both semis. :(

    I forgot how much I loved Vaida’s song though. I was so upset when the juries took the win from her to give it to the celebrities.

  5. My votes are in.

  6. 1)Common Linnets
    2)Mikko Pohjola
    3)Linnea Dale
    4)Dilara Kazimova
    5)Donatan & Cleo
    6)De Bee
    7)Sergej Cetkovic
    8)Ace Wilder
    10)Aram mp3
    12)Viktoriya Petrik
    14)Fool Moon
    20)Mei Finegold
    23)The Shin and Mariko
    25)Twin Twin

  7. I’m a little confused – why are the big five not included? I’d have loved to vote for Germany or Spain.

  8. Awesome job, Marc and Morgan. *claps* :) My votes:
    12 points – Dons
    10 – The Common Linnets
    8 – Donatan & Cleo
    7 – Mikko Pohjola
    6 – Molly
    5 – Ace Wilder
    4 – Linnea Dale
    3 – Dilara Kazimova
    2 – Michael Rune & Natascha Bessez (shoot me, why don’t you? :P )
    1 – Sigga (I’m not typing that)

    Good luck!

    • Hey hang on, you just cast two sets of votes somehow, LOL

      Which set do you want to keep?

      • How have I submitted two? I’ll keep this one w/Dons on top. :)

        • You sent these votes a while back, or at least someone named “Nicholas Provenghi” did… *creepy music plays*

          12 – Latvia
          10 – Netherlands
          8 – Poland
          7 – UK
          6 – Finland
          5 – Sweden
          4 – Denmark
          3 – Norway
          2 – Armenia
          1 – Azerbaijan

          Should I ignore these and keep the set you posted here?

          • Yeah use the set I posted.

            I think I know what those votes you posted are. It probably just fired off before I was done with the actual form, since it’s correct down to five points. :P Also, Marc, why would I put Armenia in my top ten here when I have it 31st in the whole contest? LOL. ;)

            • Yes I thought that was odd, LOL

              A clear winner is emerging in the poll…

            • Good. :P

              Ooh. I assume that it’s so totally Israel, right? Or Slovenia, if that other juggernaut somehow fails. ;) In all seriousness, I’m quite excited about this. And I have a few serious predictions too. :)

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