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The hunt for the Ultimate Live Lounge cover

Over the last 10 years on BBC Radio 1 there have been more than 500 Live Lounge sessions with hundreds of artists performing their single and an exclusive cover on air. After a series of heats, three semi-finals, and a weekend-long Grand Final, BBC Radio 1 listeners have chosen their Ultimate Live Lounge Cover.

Your Ultimate Live Lounge Cover is

30 Seconds To Mars

See more photos from that session

Second place
Will Young
Hey Ya
  Third place
Florence & The Machine


After a live draw in Access All Areas week, the three-round semi final produced the following draw. The winners are highlighted in green

1 Arctic Monkeys
Love Machine
v Fightstar
v 30 Seconds To Mars
2 Dizzee Rascal
That's Not My Name
v Florence & The Machine
v Pendulum
Violet Hill
3 The Script
Times Like These
v Leona Lewis
v Will Young
Hey Ya

Round two

We're hunting for the ultimate Live Lounge cover. Round 1 is now over, and the 27 acts through to Round 2 were put into a draw and picked by Fearne earlier this week (it's a bit like the FA Cup draw). You can watch the draw below, or check out the cut-out and keep guide underneath.

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1 The Script
Times Like These
v The Magic Numbers
Crazy in Love
v Mini Viva
2 Arctic Monkeys
Love Machine
v Jamelia
v Lady Gaga
Viva La Vida
3 Dizzee Rascal
That's Not My Name
v The Ting Tings
Standing In The Way
v Embrace
How come
4 Leona Lewis
v Paolo Nutini
Time To Pretend
v Biffy Clyro
5 Marmaduke Duke
Single Ladies
v Florence and the Machine
v Paloma Faith
Sexy Minx
6 Fightstar
v My Chemical Romance
Song 2
v Katy Perry
Electric Feel
7 Natasha Bedingfield
The Scientist
v 30 Seconds To Mars
v Jack Johnson
My Doorbell
8 Will Young
Hey Ya
v Paramore
Use Somebody
v King Blues
9 JoJo
Times Like These
v Keane
With Or Without You
v Pendulum
Violet Hill

Terms and Conditions for Grand Final vote

1. The BBC Code of Conduct for competitions and audience voting applies to this vote and can be found here: BBC Code of Conduct Voting.

2. During the Radio 1 Live Lounge (from 10:00 to 13:00) on Friday 18 December 2009, listeners will be presented with a selection of performances by three different acts. After the selection for the third act has been aired, the opening of the voting line will be announced, along with the message that listeners will be required to text if they wish to vote for their favourite acts. The voting line will remain open until 11:30 on Monday 21 December.

3. After the voting window is closed, the results will be announced. The act (or acts in the event of a tie) with the highest number of votes will be pronounced the winner(s). A track by the winning act(s) will then be played in full.

4. Each text vote costs the standard rate from your service provider. Make sure you carefully text the correct message for the act you wish to vote for.

5. Votes received outside the specified times will not be counted, but texts will still be charged. Voting times may change so please listen to announcements made on Radio 1.

6. Voting is only available by mobile text messaging.

7. Only one vote per mobile number is allowed.

8. The BBC reserves the right to cancel or suspend voting at any time and substitute an alternative method of selection at its absolute discretion.

9. Voters must obtain permission from the bill payer before voting by text. Voters under the age of 12 should obtain parent/guardian consent before voting.

10. The BBC reserves the right to disqualify votes if it has reasonable grounds to suspect that fraudulent voting has occurred or if it considers there has been any attempt to rig the voting.

11. The BBC, its sub-contractors, subsidiaries and/or agencies cannot accept any responsibility whatsoever for any technical failure or malfunction or any other problem with any telephone network or line, system, server, provider or otherwise which may result in any vote being lost or not properly registered or recorded.

12. There is no prize or other reward for voting.

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