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


Photo credit: EBU / ANDRES PUTTING

Kalush Orchestra from Ukraine have been crowned the winners of the Eurovision Song Contest for 2022!!


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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