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Eurovision 2022: Australia's results in semi-final 2


Photo credit: EBU / ANDRES PUTTING


And now as the dust settles after the big Grand Final the results from the Eurovision semi-final 2 in which Australia had competed have been released!!


Australia came second!!!!


Here are the full semi-final 2 results:


1st place - Sweden - Cornelia Jakobs - 'Hold Me Closer' - 396 points (qualified to final) 2nd place - Australia - Sheldon Riley - 'Not The Same' - 243 points (qualified to final)

3rd place - Serbia - Konstrakta - 'In Corpore Sano' - 237 points (qualified to final)

4th place - Czech Republic - We Are Domi - 'Lights Off' - 227 points (qualified to final)

5th place - Estonia - Stefan - 'Hope' - 209 points (qualified to final)

6th place - Poland - Ochman - 'River' - 198 points (qualified to final)

7th place - Finland - The Rasmus - 'Jezebel' - 162 points (qualified to final)

8th place - Belgium - Jérémie Makiese - 'Miss You' - 151 points (qualified to final)

9th place - Romania - WRS - 'Llámame' - 118 points (qualified to final)

10th place - Azerbaijan - Nadir Rustamli - 'Fade To Black' - 96 points (qualified to final)


11th place - North Macedonia - Andrea - 'Circles' - 76 points

12th place - Cyprus - Andromache - 'Ela' - 63 points

13th place - Israel - Michael Ben David - 'I.M' - 61 points

14th place - San Marino - Achille Lauro - 'Stripper' - 50 points

15th place - Ireland - Brooke - 'That's Rich' - 47 points

16th place - Malta - Emma Muscat - 'I Am What I Am' - 47 points

17th place - Montenegro - Vladana - 'Breathe' - 33 points

18th place - Georgia - Circus Mircus - 'Lock Me In' - 22 points



Who voted for Australia?


Televoting results:

7 points from San Marino, Malta, Azerbaijan, Ireland

6 points from Israel, Finland

5 points from Czech Republic, Estonia

4 points from Sweden, Cyprus

3 points from Romania, Montenegro, Germany, Belgium

2 points from Georgia, Poland


Total of 74 points from the televoters


Jury results: 12 points from Sweden

10 points from Montenegro, San Marino, Georgia, Poland, Romania, Azerbaijan, Cyprus, Israel, Finland, Estonia, Spain, Malta

8 points from Belgium, Czech Republic 6 points from Germany 5 points from North Macedonia, Ireland

3 points from United Kingdom

2 points from Serbia


Total of 169 points from the juries



Who did Australia vote for?


Points given by televoters:


12 points to Serbia 10 points to Sweden

8 points to Ireland

7 points to Czech Republic

6 points to Poland

5 points to San Marino

4 points to Romania

3 points to Estonia

2 points to Finland

1 point to Georgia



Points given by the jury:



12 points to Sweden 10 points to Israel

8 points to Belgium

7 points to North Macedonia

6 points to Ireland

5 points to Estonia

4 points to Serbia

3 points to Azerbaijan

2 points to Czech Republic

1 point to Georgia


Australia’s Eurovision 2022 Jury members were:

  • television legend Dylan Lewis

  • Australia's 2021 Eurovision representative Montaigne

  • stand-up comedian, actor, author and radio presenter Matt Okine

  • Triple J radio host Bridget Hustwaite

  • Director of Member Relations and Partnerships at APRA AMCOS Milly Petriella


Australia's detailed voting breakdown:

provided by the EBU

We don't know which juror is A,B,C,D or E just yet!


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