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The ultimate Eurovision driving playlist

Ahead of the 2023 final, we've found the most-popular songs and put them all into one place

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With the Eurovision final this weekend, we've created the ultimate Eurovision driving playlist.

Looking at the participating countries in this year's contest, cinch has discovered the top 50 most-viewed Eurovision songs of all time on YouTube from competing nations.

Stealing the top spot with 169 million views is Israel’s 2018 Eurovision entry – Toy by singer Netta. This quirky, upbeat pop song achieved first place with 212 points from the jury and 317 points from the televote.

Taking 49th spot on our playlist is Tattoo by Loreen. The still-impressive figure of 4.3 million YouTube views is made even more spectacular when you realise that this is an entry for 2023.

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Due Vite by Italy’s Marco Mengoni and Unicorn by Israeli singer Noa Kirel take 5th and 26th place respectively, both of which are also entries for this year’s contest – that’s impressive.

If you’re wondering if anything from the UK made the list, SPACE MAN by the iconic Sam Ryder is sitting at number 41 with 9.8m YouTube views. Last year, the Essex-based singer was responsible for single-handedly turning the UK’s Eurovision fortune (or rather lack of it) on its head.

Sam was voted runner-up in 2022, coming second to Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra. In fact, if it wasn’t for Sam’s stunning entry and subsequent 466 points, the UK would never have been chosen to host the 2023 contest on behalf of Ukraine!

Eurovision is an iconic song contest that brings people together from across the globe. We’re looking forward to the catchy tunes, awesome (albeit sometimes strange) dancing, and Graham Norton’s classic one-liners.