5 Songs That Could Win Eurovision Song Contest 2019

Duncan Laurence of the Netherlands during the Rehearsal for Eurovision song contest. Photo by IBL/REX/Shutterstock (10238273ah)

Eurovision Song Contest is bringing pop extravaganza to Tel Aviv, and we can’t wait to see who’ll be crowned as the winner on Saturday night. We’re bringing you five songs that could emerge victorious at the end.

Duncan Laurence – Arcade

The Netherlands is bookies’ favorite to win this year’s Eurovision, and it wouldn’t be the first front-runner to ever do so.

John Lundvik – Too Late For Love

Sweden takes Eurovision very seriously, and it produced six Top 10 acts during the 2010s alone – so we’re always counting on them to do great.

Kate Miller-Heidke – Zero Gravity

Having Australia take part in Eurovision may be weird, but their track record is pretty great, and this year’s candidate sounds quite promising.

Sergey Lazarev – Scream

Russian singer Sergey Lazarev took third spot when he competed back in 2016, but many people are hyped about his return and they’re hoping he’ll come out victorious this time.

Chingiz – Truth

Azerbaijani entry is one of the most radio-friendly songs of this year’s competition. Even if it doesn’t win, we’ll probably get to hear it again after Eurovision is over.