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TEKO 2017: Group 3 Results!


 TEKO 2017 – Voting in group 3 is closed! See the results of the group with Hungary, Malta, and Spain!

After three days, people cast 161 votes in our poll! Remind yourself of the entries:

 HUNGARY Joci Pápai – Origo

MALTA Claudia Faniello – Breathlessly

 SPAIN Manel Navarro – Do it for Your Lover

Without further ado, the winner is:


HUNGARY!!!

image credit: eurovision.tv

 “Origo” was written by Joszef Pápai, better known as Joci Pápai! After winning A Dal 2017 on 18 February, he’ll be representing Hungary in Kyiv! The percentages of the results are listed below.

1st place: Hungary – 126 votes (78%)

2nd place: Malta – 22 votes (14%)

3rd place: Spain – 13 votes (8%)


This means that Hungary has moved onto the duel stages and that Malta is eligible for the second chance group. Come back tomorrow for the results of group 4!

P.S. Groups 7-10 will open at 8:00 rather than 10:00 to account for me needing to close the polls earlier since I’m on vacation!

10 comments on “TEKO 2017: Group 3 Results!

  1. No competition <3

  2. That’s what I call a landslide … but then the other 2 songs are quite awful.
    Looks good for Belarus when it comes to Andra Chansen too. :) GOOO Navi!

  3. Go go Magyar!

  4. Meh didnt care much about this heat..So far I only can get kind of excited about Finland from the qualifiers though..

  5. I quite like Hungary. It has an understated, surprisingly soothing quality. I’m not usually a fan of rap, especially in a song contest, but it is used very effectively here and is disarmingly softly spoken, reminiscent of MC Solaar. Good stuff.

    Spain has headed down the beige Sheeran route and Malta leaves no impression.

  6. Expected, but I still don’t like the Hungarian song. Hats off for the choice of genre – it adds to the musical variation (the chord progressions however do NOT, it’s the same chords as in a lot of other songs) – but it’s not a good one of its kind, sadly. It doesn’t really go anywhere.

    I still don’t get why the Spanish song is so unpopular. Well, it’s not an interesting song, but it isn’t worse than many of the other songs. And there’s a bit of charm in it.

  7. Nice! :)

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