OGAE Video Contest 2010
|OGAE Video Contest 2010
|Host broadcaster||OGAE Russia|
|Number of entries||12|
|Voting system||Each jury awards 1–8, 10, and 12 points to their ten favourite videos|
|Winning song|| Poland
"Kim tu jestem"
|OGAE Video Contest|
The OGAE Video Contest 2010 was the eighth edition of OGAE Video Contest, organised between members of international Eurovision Song Contest fan club OGAE to select the best video released in their countries. The contest was held in Volgograd, Russia after Yin-Yang won the 2009 Contest for Russia with "Karma".
Twelve countries participated in the contest. Australia entered the contest for the first time, while Luxembourg returned after their absence from the 2009 contest. Estonia, Ireland, Portugal, Serbia, Slovenia and Ukraine left the contest. The draw for the running order was conducted on 10 October where it was decided that Italy would start the show, while Australia would close it.
The contest was won by Poland's Justyna Steczkowska with "Kim tu jestem", who received 85 points, only one more than runner-up France. This was Poland's first victory in the contest. Austria placed last, receiving 12 points. The full result of the Video Contest were presented on 5 February 2011.
|01||Italy||Italian||Marco Mengoni||"Credimi ancora"||Believe me yet||6||72|
|02||Turkey||English||Serhat Bedük||"Electric Girl"||-||8||45|
|03||Poland||Polish||Justyna Steczkowska||"Kim tu jestem"||Who am I here||1||85|
|04||Austria||English||Velojet||"Pass It Back"||-||12||12|
|05||France||English||David Guetta feat. Kelly Rowland||"When Love Takes Over"||-||2||84|
|06||Macedonia||Macedonian||Toše Proeski||"Još uvijek sanjam da smo zajedno"
(Сè уште сонувам дека сме заедно)
|I still dream we're together||11||28|
|07||Luxembourg||English||Eternal Tango||"The Golden City"||-||10||32|
|08||Malta||English||Carrie Haber||"Me Oh Me"||-||9||38|
|09||Greece||Greek||Giorgos Alkaios||"Dos Mou Ligo Fos" (Δως μου λίγο φως)||Give me some light||5||73|
|12||Australia||English||Gabriella Cilmi||"On A Mission"||-||7||67|
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.
Below is the summary of all 12 points given in the contest:
|N.||Recipient nation||Voting nation|
|3||Poland||Macedonia, Russia, Turkey|
|Russia||Australia (Rest of the World)|