Australia rewarded in Euro Jury 2022 from Latvia, Malta, Montenegro, Netherlands and North Macedonia
So far the top 10 placings in the Euro Jury 2022 have been revealed from 34 countries.
Last week Australia was placed in the top 10 in the Euro Jury 2022 by 12 countries. Sheldon Riley's 'Not The Same' has received points from a further five countries.
The Euro Jury makes a return for 2022 where artists, musicians, and songwriters are invited to vote on this years Eurovision songs as part of the jury. This makes up for 50% of the vote. The remaining 50% is decided by the public.
The Euro Jury 2022 is organised by the Eurovoix team. They have selected 150 jury members from 47 countries.
Each juror is asked to create a ranking of their favourite competing Eurovision 2022 songs which is combined with the other jurors in their country.
The following countries have placed Australia in their top 10 or their top 3 (shown in bold):
The jury members from Latvia are:
Anmary – Represented Latvia at Eurovision 2012
Yana Kay – Represented Latvia at Eurovision 2003 as part of F.L.Y.
Dziļi Violets – Participated in Latvia’s Eurovision 2019 selection
Laime Pilnīga – Participated in Latvia’s Eurovision 2019 selection
Lauris Valters – Participated in Latvia’s Eurovision 2018 selection
Liene Greifāne – Participated in Latvia’s Eurovision 2018 selection
The jury members from Malta are:
Chanel Monseigneur – Represented Malta at Junior Eurovision 2020
Christina Magrin – Represented Malta at Junior Eurovision 2016
Ben Camille – Host of The X Factor Malta and Junior Eurovision 2016
Aidan – Participated in Malta’s Eurovision 2018 and 2022 selections
Janice Mangion – Participated in Malta’s Eurovision 2012, 2017, and 2022 selections
Enya Magri – Participated in Malta’s Eurovision 2022 selection
Rachel Lowell – Participated in Malta’s Eurovision 2022 selection
Sarah Bonnici – Participated in Malta’s Eurovision 2022 selection
Cherylis – Participated in Malta’s Eurovision 2017 selection as part of Dwett
Kaya – Participated in Malta’s Eurovision 2012 selection
Ruth Portelli – Participated in Malta’s Eurovision 2010 selection
Andreana DeBattista – Participated in numerous Maltese Eurovision selections
Danica Muscat – Participated in numerous Maltese Eurovision selections
Luana Schembri – Participated in Malta’s Junior Eurovision 2018 selection
Ishmael Grech – Participated in Malta’s Junior Eurovision 2006 and 2007 selections
Marie Claire – Participated in Malta’s Junior Eurovision 2008 selection
Emil Calleja Bayliss – Songwriter of “Dawra Tond” (Malta Junior Eurovision 2017), “Marchin’ On” (Malta Junior Eurovision 2018) and “Chasing Sunsets” (Malta Junior Eurovision 2020)
The jury members from Montenegro are:
Ana Kabalin – Backing vocalist for Montenegro at Eurovision 2008
Mihailo Radonjić – Participated in Montenegro’s Eurovision 2007 selection as part of Crveno i Crno
The jury members from the Netherlands are:
Ralph Mackenbach – Winner of Junior Eurovision 2009 for The Netherlands
Ingrid Simons – Backing vocalist for The Netherlands at Eurovision 2009
Martine Wolkers – Backing vocalist for The Netherlands at Eurovision 2001
The jury members from North Macedonia are:
Vasil – Represented North Macedonia at Eurovision 2020/2021
Vlado Janevski – Represented North Macedonia at Eurovision 1998
Magdalena Aleksovska – Represented North Macedonia at Junior Eurovision 2015
Miyatta – Participated in North Macedonia’s Eurovision 2015 selection
Goran Naumovski – Participated in North Macedonia’s Eurovision 2015 selection
Out of the 33 countries to reveal their points so far Australia has been placed in the top 10 in 17 countries, with four countries placing Australia in their top 3.
The full results of The Euro Jury will be revealed during the course of April 29.
You can follow the results from all countries as they come through on the Eurovoix website.