• Kyriakos Tsinivits

Sweden's Cornelia Jakobs wins The Euro Jury 2022



The results of the Euro Jury have been announced, with both the jury and public results being revealed separately and Cornelia Jakobs has won this years The Euro Jury.


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.


The Eurovision winning songs in 2018 and 2019, ‘Toy’ and ‘Arcade’ were former Euro Jury champions. The contest does have a strong record of predicting high scoring jury songs.


Last year Destiny from Malta won The Euro Jury. She ended up wining the jury vote in semi-final 1 and then finished in third place in the jury vote in the Eurovision Grand Final.


The Euro Jury - Final results


The final results are detailed below:


Australia came 9th overall in the final result!


The Euro Jury - Jury scores


Overall the jury favoured the United Kingdom, Italy, Sweden and Ukraine.


In the jury vote Australia received points from 25 countries – Andorra, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Malta, Montenegro, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, San Marino, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine and the United Kingdom.


Australia came 6th in the jury, with a total of 137 points. Sheldon got 12 points from Belgium and France.



This year's jurors from Australia include:

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

  1. United Kingdom - 287 points

  2. Italy - 240 points

  3. Sweden - 192 points

  4. Ukraine - 182 points

  5. Spain - 175 points

  6. Australia - 137 points

  7. Belgium - 123 points

  8. Finland - 111 points

  9. Netherlands - 104 points

  10. Switzerland - 89 points

  11. Norway - 88 points

  12. Greece - 87 points

  13. France - 86 points

  14. Latvia - 76 points

  15. Armenia - 73 points

  16. Portugal - 63 points

  17. Serbia - 60 points

  18. Israel - 57 points

  19. Cyprus - 51 points

  20. Poland - 49 points

  21. Albania - 40 points

  22. Azerbaijan - 35 points

  23. Austria - 34 points

  24. Estonia - 33 points

  25. Germany - 29 points

  26. Iceland - 29 points

  27. Malta - 24 points

  28. Slovenia - 23 points

  29. Moldova - 20 points

  30. Czech Republic - 19 points

  31. Georgia - 19 points

  32. Montenegro - 16 points

  33. San Marino - 15 points

  34. Lithuania - 14 points

  35. Ireland - 14 points

  36. North Macedonia - 10 points

  37. Bulgaria - 10 points

  38. Denmark - 9 points

  39. Croatia - 3 points

  40. Romania - 0 points


The Euro Jury - Public scores


The public favoured Sweden, the Netherlands, Italy and France.


In the public results, Australia came 20th, with a total of 46 points.


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






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