France wins Eurovision 2016 OGAE voting!
Every year, the OGAE fan clubs around Europe and the world vote for their favorite songs competing in the contest and now, after 3336 members have voted, the 2016 winner has been found.
The 2016 fan favorite is Amir from France!
The final results
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The OGAE track record
In the past nine voting years, the OGAE clubs have predicted four winners, but flops like Sweden’s “Hero” in 2008 and Hungary’s “What About My Dreams” in 2011 have also won. In 2013, San Marino’s “Crisalide (Vola)” came in second place in the poll, while Israel’s 2014 entry “Same Heart” finished in third, but both failed to make it to the Grand Final.
Last year, eventual winner Sweden finished in second in the OGAE poll.