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OGAE 2015: EC Germany, Turkey, Netherlands and Azerbaijan


ogaeOGAE 2015 – Today was the day for EC Germany, Turkey, Netherlands and Azerbaijan to reveal their votes in the OGAE poll. Sweden have again failed to get 12pts frm any of the four clubs and in a surprise, Turkey did not give 12pts to Azerbaijan. Italy, Norway and Slovenia are the winners here

EC GERMANY
1 point – Azerbaijan
2 points – France
3 points – Israel
4 points – Italy
5 points – Estonia
6 points – Belgium
7 points – Norway
8 points – Australia
10 points – Sweden
12 points – Slovenia

OGAE TURKEY
1 point – Belgium
2 points – Israel
3 points – Albania
4 points – Azerbaijan
5 points – Sweden
6 points – Australia
7 points – Norway
8 points – Slovenia
10 points – Estonia
12 points – Italy

OGAE NETHERLANDS
1 point – Serbia
2 points – Israel
3 points – France
4 points – Italy
5 points – Slovenia
6 points – Azerbaijan
7 points – Sweden
8 points – Estonia
10 points – Australia
12 points – Norway

OGAE AZERBAIJAN
1 point – Belarus
2 points – Albania
3 points – Montenegro
4 points – Norway
5 points – Slovenia
6 points – Australia
7 points – Italy
8 points – Sweden
10 points – Estonia
12 points – Russia

What is not a surprise however is Azerbaijan giving their full points to Russia. Sweden’s failure to get any 12pts mean Italy has extended their lead. Top Fiver…

1. Italy – 318 points
2. Sweden – 305 points
3. Estonia – 249 points
4. Norway- 218 points
5. Slovenia – 207 points

Tomorrow Moldova, Israel, Croatia, Cyprus and Austria will reveal their votes.

47 comments on “OGAE 2015: EC Germany, Turkey, Netherlands and Azerbaijan

  1. OGAE Netherlands was the worst!10 pts to Australia?
    13 pts separating the top-2.This is nail-biting.lol

  2. Neighbourly voting is clearly present here and there, indeed.

  3. Still, very much the same countries over and over again.

  4. And still a handful of really good songs with nul points.

  5. I always keep forgetting. How many times, the last ten years, the OGAE winner won the contest as well?

  6. Sorry but Australia don’t deserve to be so high .

  7. Tomorrow Cyprus will give 12 points to Italy <3

  8. Last year’s top-10:

    1.Sweden-354
    2.Hungary-262
    3.Israel-233
    4.Austria-221
    5.United Kingdom-162
    6.Armenia-157
    7.Norway-132
    8.Spain-111
    9.Greece-104
    10.Montenegro-79

    • Which means that 6 songs in their Top 10 finished in the actual top 10. And one of their Top 10’s didn’t even reach the final. :p

      There’s always a “FFF” (fan favourite flopping) every year. So which one this time?

      • Another interesting fact is that their bottom 6 last year were all actual non qualifiers.Another thing is that there were only 3 nil pointers last year whereas there are still 15 songs with no pts this time around.

  9. My top 10:

    1. Italy = 12 points
    2. Estonia = 10 points
    3. Slovenia = 8 points
    4. Israel = 7 points
    5. Belgium = 6 points
    6. Lithuania = 5 points
    7. Sweden = 4 points
    8. Azerbaijan = 3 points
    9. Russia = 2 points
    10. France = 1 point
    And follow by
    11. Spain
    12. Latvia
    13. Malta
    14. Norway
    15. Australia

  10. Oh Azerbaijan you do make me laugh. If Greece can manage to not give 12 to Cyprus in OGAE I’m sure you could manage to not give 12 to Russia.

    Can’t wait for Belarus!

  11. Thank you The Netherlands for the 0 points for Belgium 😎

  12. Finally a rather solid vocal performance from Molly Sterling!Here it is from the “Late,late show” : http://www.rte.ie/player/gr/show/10416794/

  13. The current top-10 with OGAE clubs.Who could flop besides Israel?
    318 – Italy
    305 – Sweden
    249 – Estonia
    218 – Norway
    207 – Slovenia
    160 – Australia
    126 – Israel
    108 – Spain
    92 – Azerbaijan
    64 – Russia

  14. Estonia, Norway or Slovenia!

    • If this is an anwer to which song could flop,i would agree on Norway but in order for them to miss the top-10,they need to flop with the juries too.I don’t think Estonia or Slovenia will flop.I’d be more inclined to predict Spain flopping.And since,Russia and Azerbaijan are already included here then i can only see minor changes in the actual esc top-10.Maybe one or two songs making it there instead of an OGAE top-10 entry.

  15. Glad that EC Germany gave some points to France and 12 to Slovenia. :)

  16. Whaaaat!
    I didn’t vote for Italy!!!!😜

  17. Italy wins OGAE 2014:
    OGAE MOLDOVA
    1 point – Belarus
    2 points – Slovenia
    3 points – Italy
    4 points – Romania
    5 points – Belgium
    6 points – Israel
    7 points – Spain
    8 points – Russia
    10 points – Estonia
    12 points – Sweden

  18. OGAE CROATIA
    1 point – Norway
    2 points – Germany
    3 points – Estonia
    4 points – Serbia
    5 points – Albania
    6 points – Israel
    7 points – Montenegro
    8 points – Spain
    10 points – Italy
    12 points – Slovenia

  19. OGAE ISRAEL
    1 point – Greece
    2 points – Spain
    3 points – Australia
    4 points – Montenegro
    5 points – Azerbaijan
    6 points – Belgium
    7 points – Norway
    8 points – Sweden
    10 points – Estonia
    12 points – Italy

  20. OGAE CYPRUS
    1 point – France
    2 points – Russia
    3 points – Belgium
    4 points – Greece
    5 points – Sweden
    6 points – Australia
    7 points – Norway
    8 points – Israel
    10 points – Spain
    12 points – Italy

  21. OGAE AUSTRIA
    1 point – Spain
    2 points – Estonia
    3 points – Switzerland
    4 points – Israel
    5 points – Australia
    6 points – Belgium
    7 points – Slovenia
    8 points – Sweden
    10 points – Norway
    12 points – Italy

  22. The final TOP-5 is:
    Italy – 367 points
    Sweden – 338 points
    Estonia – 274 points
    Norway – 243 points
    Slovenia – 228 points

    • has the esc winner ever been outside ogae’s top 5? top 10? bookies and ogae results don’t often get it right (and sometimes their pick for winner does quite awful) but rarely has a winner come back from very far (for instance Azerbaijan 2011 was still second in bookies)

      • The ones i remember are Russia 2008 and Azerbiajan 2011.They both failed to reach the OGAE top-5.Azerbiajn was 6th and Russia did even worse.But they were both bookies favorites.Conchita was 4th with OGAE and around 10-13 with the betting odds before the rehearsals.

        • Sounds about right. So in general, the winner won’t be anyone shockingly unexpected (Portugal, France, Montenegro, Denmark, Belarus…) and if we got by statistics, unlikely to be Sweden/Italy (imo both are exactly what ogae would overrate): unless of course of an amazing live from either one of those, else it would go to anyone doing well in both ogae and bookies and that will have a great live come Vienna (Slovenia and Belgium come to mind, if we exclude Estonia’s chances for a great live, which imo is a bit soon for that, usually Eesti winners do better stagewise in esc)…

          tomorrow we shall know more already

          • I think there are several countries which are in with a chance like Italy,Estonia,Sweden,Slovenia and maybe Azerbaijan,Belgium and Australia.Both Italy and Sweden are great live.We still don’t know how Il Volo will stage their song but i think they’ll keep it quite simple.I feel that Italy doesn’t really want to win and host the contest.I read that Estonia will be changing their stage performance to make it more intimate.Slovenia will keep the human violin and have also 2 backing vocalists on stage.Marjetka with her headphones creates her own little music universe.The thing is if people at home will like that or they won’t feel connected but i can definitely see Slovenia winning.I don’t really know what to think about Australia.It’s ok but definitely nothing to write home about,imo.I wonder if they’re really that big a favorite or it’s the UK bookies overhyping it.Keep in mind that Electro Velvet is 10th with the betting odds.

            • I don’t bet money, like ever (it’s very much against my principles) but if I were to, I’d put money on Australia. I mean, for EBU’s sake that’s what they desperately want after all… I doubt they will though, but who else?

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