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  • Writer's pictureDale Roberts

Australia's Top 25 Eurovision songs by points



Since Australia arrived at Eurovision in 2015, the Aussie public and our juries have been able to vote on 152 songs across six Contests.


But which ones were our favourites at the time of voting?


We've gone over the Aussie scoring in the Contest to find out the Top 25 based on points received by Australia.


A few things to note before we begin the countdown:


-We have separated the jury and televote scores in 2015 to follow the voting format from 2016 and beyond

-Any songs on the same points were split by the tiebreak of who did better with the public.


So without further ado, let's look at the Top 25 songs!



=23. Austria: Teya & Salena - 'Who the Hell is Edgar?' (2023)

13 points (6 points jury / 7 points public)


=23. France: Amir - 'J'ai cherché' (2016)

13 points (6 points jury / 7 points public)


=23. Italy: Il Volo - 'Grande amore' (2015)

13 points (6 points jury / 7 points public)


=23. Italy: Måneskin - 'Zitti e buoni' (2021)

13 points (6 points jury / 7 points public)


22. Denmark: Anja Nissen - 'Where I Am' (2017)

13 points (5 points jury / 8 points public)


21. Portugal: Salvador Sobral - 'Amar pelos dois' (2017)

14 points (7 points jury / 7 points public)


=19. United Kingdom: Lucie Jones - 'Never Give Up On You' (2017)

15 points (12 points jury / 3 points public)


=19. Belgium: Gustaph - 'Because of You' (2023

15 points (12 points jury / 3 points public)


=17. Switzerland: Gjon's Tears - 'Tout l'univers' (2021)

15 points (10 points jury / 5 points public)


=17. Sweden: Cornelia Jakobs - 'Hold Me Closer' (2022)

15 points (10 points jury / 5 points public)


16. Ukraine: Go_A - 'SHUM' (2021)

15 points (5 points jury / 10 points public)


15. Russia: Polina Gagarina - 'A Million Voices' (2015)

16 points (12 points jury / 4 points public)


14. Serbia: Konstrakta - 'In Corpore Sano' (2022)

16 points (8 points jury / 8 points public)


13. Sweden: Loreen - 'Tattoo' (2023)

17 points (7 points jury / 8 points public)


12. Finland: Käärijä - 'Cha Cha Cha' (2023)

17 points (5 points jury / 12 points public)


11. Spain: Chanel - 'SloMo' (2022)

18 points (12 points jury / 6 points public)




=9. Iceland: Hatari - 'Hatrið mun sigra' (2019)

18 points (8 points jury / 10 points public)




=9. Bulgaria: Poli Genova - 'If Love Was a Crime' (2016)

18 points (8 points jury / 10 points public)




8. Israel: Netta - 'Toy' (2018)

18 points (6 points jury / 12 points public)




7. Ukraine: Kalush Orchestra - 'Stefania (2022)

19 points (7 points jury / 12 points public)




=5. Malta: Destiny - 'Je me casse' (2021)

20 points (12 points jury / 8 points public)




=5. Sweden: John Lundvik - 'Too Late for Love' (2019)

20 points (12 points jury / 8 points public)




4. Iceland: Daði og Gagnamagnið - '10 Years' (2021)

20 points (8 points jury / 12 points public)




=2. Moldova: Sunstroke Project - 'Hey Mama' (2017)

22 points (10 points jury / 12 points public)




=2. Sweden: Måns Zelmerlöw - 'Heroes' (2015)

22 points (10 points jury / 12 points public)




1. Belgium: Laura Tesoro - 'What's the Pressure' (2016)

24 points (12 points jury / 12 points public)



So, in what would be a surprise to many readers, the Belgian song from Laura Tesoro received 24 points from Australia in 2016.


The song only finished in 10th place at the Contest, which is a very respectable placing, but when you consider it is the only song Australia has ever given maximum points to, it is a little unusual!


Not only did she score 24 points in the Grand Final, but she also scored 24 points in the semi-final giving her a perfect 48 points!


Sweden had the most entries in the Top 25 with three songs, while Italy, France, Bulgaria and Iceland all had two each.


The rest


"What about *that* song?" I hear you all scream...

Well some big songs did miss this list including:


Latvia: Aminata - 'Love Injected' - 13 points

Norway: KEiiNO - 'Spirit in the Sky' - 12 points

Netherlands: Duncan Laurence - 'Arcade' - 12 points

Cyprus: Andrew Lambrou - 'Break a Broken Heart' - 11 points

France: Barbara Pravi - 'Voila' (2021) - 11 points

Ukraine: Jamala - '1944' (2016) - 10 points

Cyprus: Eleni Foureira - 'Fuego' (2018) - 7 points


Also, a shout-out to some very typical "Australian" taste with these songs just missing the cut:


Romania: Ilinca & Alex Forea - 'Yodel It' (2017) - 10 points

Serbia: Bojana Stamenov - 'Beauty Never Lies' (2015) - 10 points

Denmark: Rasmussen - 'Higher Ground' (2018) - 10 points

So who will grab the most points off Australia this year?


Who knows!?! Tune in to the Contest next week to find out!


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