Over 1.3 billion minutes of Eurovision Song Contest videos were watched on the official YouTube channel in 2016. This equates to 2500 years! Which were the most popular songs on YouTube in 2016? We have combined the views of the live performances and official music videos in order to find the ten songs you have listened to the most on our YouTube channel. Will your favourite be up there?
42 countries were represented in the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm. Russia was widely expected to win the contest but Ukraine took the trophy at the end of a nail-biting voting sequence. Poland's Michał Szpak scored strongly with the televoters but didn't win the hearts of the juries finishing eighth in the Grand Final. Poli Genova represented Bulgaria for the second time and unlike in 2011, qualified for the Grand Final and achieved Bulgaria's best ever placing in the Eurovision Song Contest.
Big favourites among the Eurovision fan community this year included Austria, Australia, Bulgaria, France and Russia but do these feature in the final line-up? Will Ukraine's winning entry from Jamala be number one? To find out the answers to these questions, check out the top ten most popular songs from the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest below!