• Ford Carter

Malta's Destiny wins The Euro Jury 2021



The results of the Euro Jury were announced overnight between 5pm and 1am (AEST in Australia), with both the jury and public results being revealed separately.


Since 2013, fan site Eurovoix has been holding the ‘Euro Jury’, a contest that sees artists from all over Europe vote on the songs and combined it with a public vote. The last two Eurovision winning songs, ‘Toy’ and ‘Arcade’ were former Euro Jury champions while it also has a strong record of predicting high scoring jury songs.


Destiny from Malta won by 33 points, with the song 'Je Me Casse', ahead of runner up Gjon's Tears from Switzerland with the song 'Tout l' Univers'.


Australia’s final result was 29th with 65 points, sitting between 28th place Spain (75 points) and 30th place Estonia (64 points).


The final results are detailed below:


Overall the jury favoured Malta, Switzerland, France, Israel and Iceland.


In the jury vote Australia received points from five countries – Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine.


Australia came 32nd in the jury, with a total of 16 points. The Australian jury this year consisted of Dami Im who represented Australia at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest with ‘Sound of Silence’ and Gary Pinto who was a backing singer for Jessica Mauboy at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest (former lead singer of CDB).


The full jury results of the Euro Jury were as follows:

  1. Malta – 286 points

  2. Switzerland – 257 points

  3. France – 219 points

  4. Israel – 210 points

  5. Iceland – 204 points

  6. Italy – 163 points

  7. Sweden – 127 points

  8. Cyprus – 123 points

  9. Bulgaria – 107 points

  10. Romania – 95 points

  11. Finland – 77 points

  12. United Kingdom – 76 points

  13. Portugal – 74 points

  14. Germany – 68 points

  15. Lithuania – 60 points

  16. Slovenia – 59 points

  17. Azerbaijan – 58 points

  18. Ukraine – 56 points

  19. Austria – 52 points

  20. Estonia – 51 points

  21. Spain – 49 points

  22. Norway – 44 points

  23. Greece – 44 points

  24. Ireland – 42 points

  25. Croatia – 36 points

  26. The Netherlands – 31 points

  27. San Marino – 29 points

  28. Belgium – 24 points

  29. Russia – 20 points

  30. Georgia – 19 points

  31. North Macedonia – 17 points

  32. Australia – 16 points

  33. Serbia – 13 points

  34. Czech Republic – 12 points

  35. Latvia – 11 points

  36. Moldova – 7 points

  37. Albania – 4 points

  38. Denmark – 2 points

  39. Poland – 0 points


The public favoured Italy, San Marino, Malta and Switzerland.


In the public results, Australia came 24th, with a total of 49 points.


The full public results of the Euro Jury were as follows:

  1. Italy – 204 points

  2. San Marino – 202 points

  3. Malta – 180 points

  4. Switzerland – 176 points

  5. France – 165 points

  6. Russia – 142 points

  7. Cyprus – 124 points

  8. Bulgaria – 110 points

  9. Lithuania – 109 points

  10. Iceland – 104 points

  11. Romania – 101 points

  12. Ukraine – 98 points

  13. Finland – 90 points

  14. Czech Republic – 74 points

  15. Belgium – 73 points

  16. Norway – 71 points

  17. Ireland – 71 points

  18. Greece – 69 points

  19. Serbia – 62 points

  20. Israel – 61 points

  21. Azerbaijan – 54 points

  22. Sweden – 53 points

  23. Australia – 49 points

  24. Moldova – 42 points

  25. Denmark – 40 points

  26. United Kingdom – 37 points

  27. Germany – 31 points

  28. The Netherlands – 29 points

  29. Latvia – 28 points

  30. Spain – 26 points

  31. Slovenia – 25 points

  32. Portugal – 18 points

  33. Albania – 16 points

  34. Estonia – 13 points

  35. Poland – 11 points

  36. Austria – 8 points

  37. Georgia – 6 points

  38. North Macedonia – 5 points