Australia scores points in the Euro Jury 2022 from Spain, Sweden, Ukraine and the United Kingdom
All the top 10 placings in the Euro Jury 2022 have been revealed from 47 countries.
Today Sheldon Riley's 'Not The Same' has received points from an additional four 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 Spain are:
Melani García – Represented Spain at Junior Eurovision 2019
Maika Barbero – Participated in Spain’s Eurovision 2017 selection
The jury members from Sweden are:
Loulou LaMotte – Part of The Mamas, Sweden’s Eurovision 2020 entrants and backing vocalist for Sweden at Eurovision 2019
Paris Renita – Founder of The Mamas and backing vocalist for Sweden at Eurovision 2019
Tenori – Participated in Sweden’s Eurovision 2022 selection
Patrik Jean – Participated in Sweden’s Eurovision 2021 selection
The jury members from Ukraine are:
Julinoza – Participated in Ukraine’s Eurovision 2018 selection
Aghiazma – Participated in Ukraine’s Eurovision 2017 selection
The jury members from the United Kingdom are:
Katrina – Winner of Eurovision 1997 with “Love Shine A Light”
Ana Matronic – Commentator at Eurovision 2013, radio DJ and part of the band Scissor Sisters
Out of all 47 countries in Euro Jury, Australia has been placed in the Top 10 25 times, with six countries placing Australia in their top 3.
The full results of The Euro Jury will be revealed on April 29.
You can follow the results from all countries as they come through on the Eurovoix website.