OGAE Second Chance Contest 2010
|OGAE Second Chance Contest 2010
|Host broadcaster||OGAE Denmark|
|Number of entries||22|
|Voting system||Each jury awards 1–8, 10, and 12 points to their ten favourite songs|
|Winning song|| Sweden
|OGAE Second Chance Contest|
The 2010 OGAE Second Chance Contest was the 24th OGAE Second Chance Contest, organised between members of international Eurovision Song Contest fan club OGAE to select the best song not to make it to the Eurovision Song Contest through their national finals. The contest was held in Copenhagen, Denmark after Hera Björk won the 2009 Contest for Denmark with "Someday".
23 countries took part in the contest — Armenia, Azerbaijan and Bulgaria (as the entry for OGAE Rest of the World) took part for the first time, with Germany, Malta and Russia, all returning after missing last year's contest, and Cyprus, for the first time since 2000, competing as well. However, Andorra, Estonia, Moldova, the Netherlands and Slovakia withdrew from the contest.
The results of OGAE Second Chance Contest 2010 were announced by OGAE Denmark on 31 October at 3pm CET over a live Internet stream. Sweden's Timoteij were the winners of the contest with "Kom", giving Sweden their 13th win in the contest. 2nd place went to Denmark's Bryan Rice and 3rd place went to Portugal's Catarina Pereira. Azerbaijan came last with 0 points.
|Draw||Country||Language||Artist||Song||English translation||National final||Place||Points|
|1||Bulgaria||English||Miro||"Twist and Tango"||—||2nd||21||1|
|2||Spain||Spanish||Coral Segovia||"En una vida"||In a lifetime||2nd||4||167|
|3||Russia||Italian||Antonello Carozza||"Senza respiro"||Breathless||8th||15||11|
|4||Serbia||Serbian||Emina Jahović||"Ti kvariigro" (Ти квариигро)||You party-breaker||2nd||11||64|
|5||Greece||Greek||Yorgos Karadimos||"Polemao"||I'm fighting||3rd||8||102|
|6||Macedonia||Macedonian||Darko Ilievski||"Lagi" (Лаги)||Lies||14th||18||11|
|7||Croatia||Croatian||Valungari||"Vol or ne vol"||To love or not to love||3rd||19||4|
|8||Ireland||English||Monika Ivkic||"Fashion Queen"||—||3rd||17||11|
|10||Malta||English||Glen Vella||"Just a Little More Love"||—||2nd||20||3|
|11||Portugal||Portuguese||Catarina Pereira||"Canta por mim"||Sing for me||2nd||3||203|
|12||Germany||English||Jennifer Braun||"I Care for You"||—||2nd||7||105|
|13||Armenia||English||Emmy and Mihran||"Hey (Let Me Hear You Say)"||—||2nd||16||11|
|14||Israel||Hebrew||Harel Skaat||"Le'an?" (לאן)||Where to?||2nd||5||161|
|16||Norway||English||A1||"Don't Wanna Lose You Again"||—||2nd||6||138|
|18||Finland||Finnish||Heli Kajo||"Annankadun kulmassa"||In the corner of Anna's street||6th||9||87|
|19||Poland||English||Anna Cyzon||"Love Me"||—||2nd||13||24|
|20||Lithuania||English||Evelina Sašenko||"For This I'll Pray"||—||3rd||14||20|
|22||Azerbaijan||English||Milk & Kisses||"I Am on Fire"||—||Unplaced||22||0|
The national jury of each participating country gives their scores from 1 to 7, plus the 8, 10 and 12 points, just like in the Eurovision Song Contest.
The scores were given by the 22 participating countries, plus the national jury of 8 guest countries that didn't take part in the contest, which are Andorra, Austria, Belgium, France, Italy, Netherlands, Turkey and the United Kingdom.
Below is the summary of all 12 points given in the contest:
|N.||Recipient nation||Voting nation|
|12||Sweden||Denmark, Greece, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Macedonia, Netherlands, Poland, Serbia, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom|
|5||Portugal||Andorra, Armenia, Croatia, Finland, Lithuania|
|4||Denmark||Azerbaijan, Germany, Norway, Sweden|