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TEKO 2016: Vote in the 8th Duel Now!


TEKO 2016 smTHE Eurovision KnockOut 2016 – It’s time to vote in the eighth of this year’s duels in this year’s TEKO competition. Today you can vote for Azerbaijan or Australia, only one of whom will go through to the quarter-finals! Vote online here now…  

EUROVISION KNOCKOUT 2016 – DUEL 8

Please listen to the two competing entries (click on the flag):

Azerbaijan Azerbaijan – Samra – ‘Miracle

australia Australia – Dami Im – ‘Sound of silence

The Voting:

As you have now listened to both songs, let’s go on with the voting. Please vote for your personal favourite out of the two songs.

Europe… start voting now! (and visitors from the rest of the world of course!)

Unlike other polls on this website you will not see the current standings of the voting! The qualifiers of the duels will be revealed on this blog soon, so stay tuned!

*The voting periods for the duels might vary and you might be able to vote for several duels at a time.

52 comments on “TEKO 2016: Vote in the 8th Duel Now!

  1. Went for Azerbaijan. Not a fan of Australia this year, too repetitive.

  2. This is a hard one, I love the Azeri song, but I’ve always wanted to know what it felt like to block vote (Ireland alone is not enough)

  3. Obvious … Azerbaijan ☺

  4. I don’t care …

  5. 100% pure plastic all the way. Voted for Australia!

    P.S. – I strongly dislike the mira, mira song.

  6. I went for Azerbaijan.

  7. Azerbaijan

  8. News from Stockholm and the stand-in performances indicate that Russia,Australia,Malta and Belarus will have the most technologically advanced performances.

    • Maybe the wolf projection is happening for Belarus then! Really excited for Russia, maybe Malta will actually try to simulate walking on water somehow!?

      Not sure what Australia could be upto !

    • Really? I hope they remember they have to sing live as well. Curiously enough (or not) these are very weak songs on their own.

      • I knew about Russia and Belarus because they had indicated they will use the best this year’s advanced technology has to offer but it seems that Australia and Mallta have followed suit.So,i guess this is how we’ll watch Ivan and his wolves on stage. :P

    • Was to be expected. The awful last year’s trend from Sweden continues… They have resemble “contemporary”, MTV shows in order to to please juries…

  9. Azerbaijan gets my vote here. I don’t like Australia this year. :/

  10. Azerbaijan of course !

  11. I vote for Australia because I hate the song from Azerbaijan

  12. Go Plastics! Make me proud!

  13. I’m not particularly fond of any of these song, but perhaps the Azerbaijani one feels a bit more genuine, so it gets my vote.

  14. Between falling asleep and being slightly annoyed, I decided to go for being annoyed. Azerbaijan got my vote. :)

  15. The best song Azerbaijan have sent since 2009. I voted Samra. Australia highly overrated

  16. Minus One released the video of their Live performance in Cyprus:

  17. Australia by a mile. Azerbaijan’s song seems more and more dull the more I listen to it.

  18. OGAE Ukraine:
    1 pt goes to Russia
    2 pts go to Estonia
    3 pts go to Hungary
    4 pts go to Azerbaijan
    5 pts go to Spain
    6 pts go to Croatia
    7 pts to Latvia
    8 pts go to Australia
    10 pts go to Bulgaria
    12 pts go to France

    France 279
    Russia 259
    Australia 186
    Bulgaria 109
    Italy 100
    Spain 99
    Ukraine 86
    Hungary 74
    Latvia 73
    Croatia 61

  19. Results of the second preview show in Norway:

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  20. Jamala please go and get that crown:

    • ❤️
      Has her costume been revealed? They asked fans to pick it…I don’t know if it is a wise decision LOL

      • I think the poll’s top-4 made it and then Jamala picked the winner who’s the same designer she’s been working with.

  21. Have I voted in this? :o

  22. Australia is my #11 and Azerbaijan my #12. Then why did I vote for Samra? Even though it’s another swedish confection, Azerbaijan has this sort of ’80s naïveté that I find endearing. Australia on the other hand sounds like a project that came straight out of the laboratory to succeed in Eurovision – very much like Russia. So perhaps I should change my rankings…

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