The results of the 2018 OGAE Second Chance Contest is in, following the weekend’s contest in Stockholm, Sweden, and Italy’s Annalisa and her song “Il Mondo Prima Di Te” won with 350 points which is a new record in the contest. France’s Emmy Liyanna with “OK ou KO” finished 2nd, also breaking the 300 point barrier, and Finland’s Saara Aalto rounded out the top three. Fan favourite “Lo Malo” for Spain finished fourth.

This contest also set another record with 44 different OGAE associations voting.

Here are the results in full:

  1. Italy – Annalisa – Il Mondo Prima Di Te – 350 Points
  2. France – Emmy Liyanna – OK ou KO – 302 Points
  3. Finland – Saara Aalto – Domino – 233 Points
  4. Spain – Ana Guerra & Aitana – Lo Malo – 215 Points
  5. Norway – Rebecca – Who We Are – 202 Points
  6. Sweden – John Lundvik – My Turn – 189 Points
  7. Denmark – Albin Fredy – Music For The Road – 161 Points
  8. Czech Republic – Eva Buresova – Fly – 144 Points
  9. Germany – VoXXclub – I Mog Di So – 114 Points
  10. Albania – Inis Neziri – Piedestal – 89 Points
  11. Hungary – Yesyes – I Let You Run Away – 88 Points
  12. San Marino (Rest of the World) – Sara De Blue – Out of the Twilight – 85 Points
  13. United Kingdom – Asanda – Legends – 82 Points
  14. Estonia – Stig Rasta – Home – 56 Points
  15. Latvia – Edgars Kreilis – Younger Days – 49 Points
  16. Ukraine – Kadnay – Beat of the Universe – 33 Points
  17. Switzerland – Alejandro Reyes – Compass – 31 Points
  18. Portugal – Catarina Miranda – Para Sorrir Eu Nao Preciso De Nada – 28 Points
  19. Serbia – Saska Janks – Pesma Za Tebe – 22 Points
  20. Slovenia – Nuska Drascek – Ne Zapusti Me Zdaj – 16 Points
  21. Poland – Ifi Ude – Love is Stronger – 15 Points
  22. Belarus – Gunesh – I Won’t Cry – 14 Points
  23. Lithuania – Paula – 1 2 3 – 11 Points
  24. Armenia – Nemra – I’m A Liar – 9 Points
  25. Romania – Feli – Royalty – 7 Points
  26. Malta – Richard & Joe – Song For Dad – 5 Points
  27. Iceland – Dagur Sigurdsson – I Stormi – 2 Points

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