• Kyriakos Tsinivits

Eurovision 2022: Australia's Euro Jury top 10 revealed



Overnight the results of the Euro Jury were announced, with both the jury and public results being revealed separately. Sweden's Cornelia Jakobs was crowned as this years Euro Jury winner.


The Eurovision fan site Eurovoix has been conducting The Euro Jury ever since 2013. It is a contest that sees artists from all over Europe and Australia form juries and vote on the songs which are then combined with a public vote.


Australia's Sheldon Riley finished in the top 10 in 9th place, which is a great result before the commencement of the Eurovision Song Contest. You can check out the full results here.


Who did Australia vote for in The Euro Jury?


This year's jurors from Australia included:

  • Dami Im (Represented Australia at Eurovision 2016 - Jury winner in Grand Final)

  • Voyager (Competed in 'Eurovision - Australia Decides' 2022, runner-up, televote winners)

  • Erica Padilla (Competed in 'Eurovision - Australia Decides' 2022, TikTok Wildcard)

  • Jordan Anthony (Represented Australia at Junior Eurovision 2019)



The Australian jury gave their 12 points to Italy.



The top 10 combined Australia jury results are:

  1. Italy - Mahmood and Blanco - 'Brividi' - 12 points

  2. Ukraine - Kalush Orchestra - 'Stefania' - 10 points

  3. France - Alvan and Ahez - 'Fulenn' - 8 points

  4. Poland - Ochman - 'River' - 7 points

  5. Spain - Chanel - 'SloMo' - 6 points

  6. Norway - Subwoolfer - 'Give That Wolf a Banana' - 5 points

  7. Moldova - Zdob și Zdub and Frații Advahov - 'Trenulețul' - 4 points

  8. Sweden - Cornelia Jakobs - 'Hold Me Closer' - 3 points

  9. Austria - Lum!x feat. Pia Maria - 'Halo' - 2 points

  10. Estonia - Stefan - 'Hope' - 1 point


Now let's take a look at how each Australian juror voted!


Dami Im

  1. Ukraine - Kalush Orchestra - 'Stefania' - 12 points

  2. Spain - Chanel - 'SloMo' - 10 points

  3. Italy - Mahmood and Blanco - 'Brividi' - 8 points

  4. Norway - Subwoolfer - 'Give That Wolf a Banana' - 7 points

  5. San Marino - Achille Lauro - 'Stripper' - 6 points

  6. Sweden - Cornelia Jakobs - 'Hold Me Closer' - 5 points

  7. Switzerland - Marius Bear - 'Boys Do Cry' - 4 points

  8. France - Alvan and Ahez - 'Fulenn' - 3 points

  9. Moldova - Zdob și Zdub and Frații Advahov - 'Trenulețul' - 2 points

  10. Austria - Lum!x feat. Pia Maria - 'Halo' - 1 point



Voyager

  1. Moldova - Zdob și Zdub and Frații Advahov - 'Trenulețul' - 12 points

  2. Austria - Lum!x feat. Pia Maria - 'Halo' - 10 points

  3. Portugal - Maro - 'Saudade, saudade' - 8 points

  4. Estonia - Stefan - 'Hope' - 7 points

  5. Poland - Ochman - 'River' - 6 points

  6. Serbia - Konstrakta - 'In corpore sano' - 5 points

  7. Sweden - Cornelia Jakobs - 'Hold Me Closer' - 4 points

  8. France - Alvan and Ahez - 'Fulenn' - 3 points

  9. Georgia - Circus Mircus - 'Lock Me In' - 2 points

  10. Ukraine - Kalush Orchestra - 'Stefania' - 1 point



Jordan Anthony

  1. Italy - Mahmood and Blanco - 'Brividi' - 12 points

  2. France - Alvan and Ahez - 'Fulenn' - 10 points

  3. Poland - Ochman - 'River' - 8 points

  4. Spain - Chanel - 'SloMo' - 7 points

  5. North Macedonia - Andrea - 'Circles' - 6 points

  6. Malta - Emma Muscat - 'I Am What I Am' - 5 points

  7. Israel - Michael Ben David - 'I.M' - 4 points

  8. Ukraine - Kalush Orchestra - 'Stefania' - 3 points

  9. Netherlands - S10 - 'De diepte' - 2 points

  10. Estonia - Stefan - 'Hope' - 1 point



Erica Padilla

  1. Italy - Mahmood and Blanco - 'Brividi' - 12 points

  2. Norway - Subwoolfer - 'Give That Wolf a Banana' - 10 points

  3. Montenegro - Vladana - 'Breathe' - 8 points

  4. Ukraine - Kalush Orchestra - 'Stefania' - 7 points

  5. United Kingdom - Sam Ryder - 'SPACE MAN' - 6 points

  6. Belgium - Jérémie Makiese - 'Miss You' - 5 points

  7. Sweden - Cornelia Jakobs - 'Hold Me Closer' - 4 points

  8. Poland - Ochman - 'River' - 3 points

  9. France - Alvan and Ahez - 'Fulenn' - 2 points

  10. Serbia - Konstrakta - 'In corpore sano' - 1 point


There you have it! Do you agree with the Australian Euro Jury?


We will have to wait to find out who is part of the Australian jury for Eurovision 2022 in Turin which starts May 10 (May 11 in Australia).


Find out all you need to know about the Australian broadcast of the Contest here.


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