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Eurovision 2022: Fans call for Mika to win after savage performance: ‘How do we vote for Mika?’Rachael O'ConnorEntertainment – Metro



Eurovision 2022: Fans call for Mika to win after savage performance: ‘How do we vote for Mika?’Rachael O'ConnorEntertainment – Metro

Eurovision host Mika gave a spectacular performance at the competition as voting got underway (Picture: AFP)

The Eurovision Song Contest 2022 performances might be over, but a new competitor has entered the ring, with fans joking host Mika should win the competition.

The Grace Kelly singer is hosting this year’s competition in Turin, and as voting got underway, he took to the stage for a medley of some of his best-known tracks.

Mika was absolutely massive in the mid-2000’s, and it seems his career is in for a comeback as he wowed fans with his performance at the grand final.

Plenty were joking the star should win the competition outright, while others asked where they could vote for the icon.

‘Ok, just give it to Mika,’ one person wrote, while another said: ’12 points for mika pls!’


One Eurovision fan joked that their points went to ‘Lithuania, Norway, Moldova and Mika,’ while one declared: ‘Mika to win Eurovision please!’

‘HOW DO WE VOTE FOR MIKA,’ one particularly enthusiastic fan asked.

Ok, just give it to Mika. #EUROVISION

— Sarah Ponsford 💜💚 (@SarPonsford) May 14, 2022

12 points for mika pls #Eurovision

— Lu 💙 (@notcrypticlu) May 14, 2022


Well done @SamRyderMusic – our votes went to Lithuania, Norway, Moldova and Mika. #EUROVISION

— Kathryn_Kirton (@KathrynKirton) May 14, 2022

Mika to win #Eurovision please 🎉💜

— 🎥 Ayọ Bakare 📺 (@AJBakare) May 14, 2022


— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) May 14, 2022


Mika winning #Eurovision

— Jamie Partridge (@mobius900) May 14, 2022

Can Mika just win the Eurovision #Eurovision

— Astre ⭐ -_- 💧cw: Naruto (@Phantomastre_) May 14, 2022

While Mika, obviously, won’t be crowned the winner of 2022 Eurovision, there is plenty more fierce competition to watch out for.

From Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra to Sam Ryder representing UK, it was an absolutely massive night in the contest.


Sam made the UK proud as he smashed his performance of Space Man, with the UK’s chances of winning higher than they have been in recent memory.

The last time the UK won Eurovision was 25 years ago in 1997, with Katrina and the Waves.

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