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Singer songwriter Gary Pinto joins The Euro Jury 2023


Photo credit: Gary Pinto // Eurovoix

The Euro Jury is back in 2023 with singer songwriter Gary Pinto returning as juror this year.


Gary is the third Australian artist revealed in The Euro Jury 2023. Out of the Australian jurors Gary will be joined by Dami Im, Erica Padilla and Alfie Arcuri.


Gary Pinto is an ARIA Award winning and multi-platinum selling recording artist. He is the former lead singer of CDB, known for their hit single, a cover of Earth, Wind & Fire's 'Let's Groove'. The song reached No. 2 on the Australian singles chart and No. 1 in New Zealand.


In 2018 Gary was a backing vocalist for Jessica Mauboy at Eurovision for her Australian entry 'We Got Love'. In 2021 Gary was a juror in The Euro Jury for Eurovoix together with Dami Im.


Gary has worked with many artists including Australia's first Eurovision artist Guy Sebastian and 'Eurovision - Australia Decides' 2022 artist Paulini.


The Euro Jury, organised and run by the Eurovoix team, is 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.


Voting has opened to the public! Voting will remain open for a period of two weeks and will close on April 24 at 18:00 CEST. Vote now HERE.


Last year Eurovoix selected 150 jury members from 47 countries, with Dami Im, Voyager, Erica Padilla and Jordan Anthony forming the Australian jury.


During April the results of each jury will be revealed by Eurovoix.


The list of jury members for The Euro Jury 2023, so far, include:

  • Aaron Sibley (San Marino)

  • Adam Svensson (Sweden)

  • Aidan (Malta)

  • Alex Panayi (Cyprus)

  • Alfie Arcuri (Australia)

  • Andreana Debattista (Malta)

  • Andrej Hofer (Slovenia)

  • Argo (Greece)

  • Arianna Mereu (Italy)

  • Avraham De Carvalho (Israel)

  • Bella C (Switzerland)

  • Chanel Monseigneur (Malta)

  • Cherylis (Malta)

  • Christian Jacob (Luxembourg)

  • Dami Im (Australia)

  • Danica Muscat (Malta)

  • Daniel Oliver (Iceland)

  • Dave Bassett (Germany)

  • Dacid Charlin (Kazakhstan)

  • Debbie Bracknell (United Kingdom)

  • Delphine Elbé (France)

  • Diana Elmas (Moldova)

  • Dinah Yonas Manna (Sweden)

  • Eamonn Toal (Ireland)

  • Efi Gjika (Albania)

  • Elena Faggi (San Marino)

  • Elis Lovrić (Croatia)

  • Ellip (Estonia)

  • Enya Magri (Malta)

  • Erica Padilla (Australia)

  • Erma Mici (Albania)

  • .Fen (Belgium)

  • Festina Mejzini (Albania)

  • Filip Baloš (Serbia)

  • Francesca Sciberras (Malta)

  • Francesco Faggi (San Marino)

  • Gary Pinto (Australia)

  • Geo Debono (Malta)

  • Hanna Pakarinen (Finland)

  • Hanne Kristine Haugsand (Norway)

  • Hassan and Ibrahim (Bulgaria)

  • Helena De Maertelaere (Austria)

  • Indre Launikonyte (Lithuania)

  • Inoyson (Ukraine)

  • Intars Busulis (Latvia)

  • Janice Mangion (Malta)

  • Jimmy Martin (Luxembourg)

  • Joana Almeida (Portugal)

  • Josie Elinor (Denmark)

  • Jutta Staudenmayer (San Marino)

  • K Muni (Ireland)

  • Katrina Leskanich (United Kingdom)

  • Kenneth Giles (Ireland)

  • Kosta Mushu (Serbia)

  • Kuba Szmajkowski (Poland)

  • Liza Vassilieva (Norway)

  • Maika Barbero (Spain)

  • Maria Christina (Malta)

  • Maria Sur (Sweden)

  • Marie Claire (Malta)

  • Martha May (Croatia)

  • Maru Petrova (Moldova)

  • Märyon (Monaco)

  • Megara (Spain)

  • Mia Dimšić (Croatia)

  • Mihai Traistariu (Romania)

  • Nejc Levstik (Slovenia)

  • Neon Letters (Estonia)

  • Ole Hartz (Norway)

  • Oliver Satyr (Germany)

  • Oliver Toussaint (Monaco)

  • Paris Renita (Sweden)

  • Paul Jordan (United Kingdom)

  • Rachel Lowell (Malta)

  • Ralf Mackenbach (Netherlands)

  • Ralph Siegel (Germany)

  • Rasmussen (Denmark)

  • Ricardo Soler (Portugal)

  • Sabina Chantouria (Georgia)

  • Shayna Heidi (Israel)

  • Søren Torpegaard Lund (Denmark)

  • Stefania (Greece)

  • Sureen Poghosyan (Armenia)

  • Susanne Georgi (Andorra)

  • Tamar Edilashvili (Georgia)

  • Thorhallur Emil (Iceland)

  • Vanya Luca (Moldova)

  • Y-Limit (Moldova)

  • Yana Kay (Latvia)

  • Yosefin Buohler (Germany)

  • Zalagasper (Slovenia)


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'.



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