As we head into another super Saturday full of Eurovision selections, we asked #YOU the readers who you should win tonight’s finals in Ukraine and Estonia. A total of 270 votes were cast between our two polls, and our winners earned a clear majority. At the end of the day Alisha Pash and Stefan are your favorites to win Vidbir and Eesti Laul tonight. 

Vidbir 2022 Poll

Of the 8 artists performing in the Vidbir final, three artists stormed the vote but Alina Pash emerged as the clear victor winning 38% of votes from our readers (57 votes). Roxolana came in second place with a 27% share (40 votes), and Kalush Orchestra came in third with a 24% (36 votes).

The remaining results were a two way tie for 4th with Wellboy and Michael Soul earning 3% (5 votes each), another two way tie for fifth between Barleben and Cloudless, with 2% (4 votes each) and Our Atlantic coming in last place with no votes.

Eesti Laul 2022 Poll

Over in Estonia the voting was much more spread out across the 10 participation artists, but Stefan ran away with a 54% majority of the vote (54 votes). Jaagup Tuisk came in second place with a 9% share (11 votes), and Elina Nechayeva and Elysa came in joint third with an 8% share of the votes (9 votes each).

The remaining results would put Stig Rasta and Ott Lepland in a joint fourth place (8 votes each), Anna Sahlene Minimal Wind ft. Elizabeth Tiffany came in a joint fifth place with a 3% share (4 votes each), Black Velvet recieved a 2% share and came in sixth (2 votes) and Andrei Zevakin ft. Grete Paia came in last with no votes.

Do #YOU agree with the results from our reader’s poll? Let us know on social media @ESCUnited, on our discord, or on our forum page!

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