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  • Writer's pictureKyriakos Tsinivits

Australia scores points in The Euro Jury 2023 from Switzerland and Norway

Image credit: Corinne Cumming / EBU / Eurovoix

Top 10 placings from The Euro Jury 2023 continue to be revealed, with results from 41 countries so far.

'Promise' from Voyager have now received points from the juries of Switzerland and Norway.

The Euro Jury makes a return for 2023 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 2023 is organised by the Eurovoix team. They have selected 128 jury members from 43 countries.

Each juror is asked to create a ranking of their favourite competing Eurovision 2023 songs which is combined with the other jurors in their country.

The following have placed Australia in their top 10 or their top 3 (shown in bold):


The jury members from Switzerland are:

  • Bella C – Participated in Switzerland’s Eurovision 2016 selection

  • Christian Baumann – Swiss Olympic athlete and host of the Eurovision Magic Circus Show in 2011

Switzerland's top 10 in a random order (top 3 in bold):

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The jury members from Norway are:

  • Hanne Kristine Haugsand – Represented Norway at Eurovision 2000 as part of Charmed

  • Kiim – Participated in Norway’s Eurovision 2021 selection

  • Liza Vassilieva – Participated in Norway’s Eurovision 2020 selection

  • Ole Hartz – Participated in Norway’s Eurovision 2021 selection

Norway's top 10 in a random order (top 3 in bold):

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The full results of The Euro Jury will be revealed on April 29.

The Euro Jury began in 2014 with Australia having success in the competition. Australia overall won The Euro Jury in 2015 with Guy Sebastian's song 'Tonight Again'. In 2016 Australia won The Euro Jury jury vote matching with Dami Im's jury vote win at Eurovision with 'Sound of Silence'.

You can follow the results from all countries as they come through on the Eurovoix website.

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