• Dale Roberts

Australia's Eurovision 2021 spokesperson and jury revealed



A coin toss will decide who reads the votes for Australia at Eurovision 2021.


With commentators Joel Creasey and Myf Warhurst in Australia for the show, one of them will do the duty to inform Europe who gets our douze points.


Australia's jury members have also been announced. They are:


Kamahl

Kamahl is a Malaysian-born Australian singer and recording artist. His highest charting local single ‘Sounds of Goodbye’ (1969) reached the top 20 on the Kent Music singles chart. Another single ‘The Elephant Song’ (1975), peaked at number one in both the Netherlands and Belgium. In 1985, the Chicago Tribune reported Kamahl as having sold more than 20 million records worldwide and winning 76 gold and 14 platinum records. Kamahl has released singles and albums in the United States, Canada, Britain, New Zealand, South America, India, Singapore, Malaysia and Germany.


Brooke Boney

Brooke is the entertainment reporter on Nine Network’s breakfast program Today. With a background in political journalism, having previously worked for National Indigenous Television (NITV), SBS and the ABC, Brooke joined Today after her role as Triple J’s weekday morning news presenter.


Ash London

Radio and television personality, Ash is most well-known as the host of Ash London LIVE on the Hit Network. Ash has also previously co-hosted Eleven’s music video show The Loop with Scott Tweedie and Network Ten’s Game of Games Grant Denyer. In 2014, she also co-hosted Australia’s longest running radio chart show Take 40 with Angus O’Loughlin, before launching Shazam Top 20 around the country every night across the Today network in 2015.


Jack Vidgen

Jack is an Australian singer and winner of the fifth season of Australia’s Got Talent. His first album ‘Yes I Am’ debuted at number three on the ARIA Albums Chart and was certified gold. Jack was one of the ten participants in Eurovision – Australia Decides and stunned the audiences with his single ‘I Am King. I Am Queen’.


Millie Millgate (Jury chairperson)

As Executive Producer of Sounds Australia, Millie is responsible for the roll out and representation of the Australian music industry at key international music events. She has been instrumental in the growth of Australian music worldwide, having overseen the marketing, networking and showcasing activity undertaken at 80 different international events in 69 cities, across 25 countries since 2009.


You can read more: https://tvtonight.com.au/2021/05/eurovision-spokesperson-australian-jury-for-sbs.html



Both Ash London and Millie Millgate have been on the jury before.


The jury show was conducted this morning with the live Grand Final tomorrow on SBS at 5:00am.