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  • Writer's pictureKyriakos Tsinivits

Sweden's Loreen wins The Euro Jury 2023

Photo credit: SVT

The results of the Euro Jury have been announced, with both the jury and public results being revealed separately and Loreen 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 Sam Ryder won The Euro Jury jury score. He ended up wining the jury vote in Eurovision Grand Final. Cornelia won The Euro Jury 2022 overall with the public votes combined.

The Euro Jury - Final results

The final results are detailed below:

Australia came 19th overall in the final result!

The Euro Jury - Jury scores

Overall the jury favoured the Sweden, France, Italy and the UK.

In the jury vote Australia finished in 20th place, with 42 points. Voyager received points from nine juries wth 12 points from the Spanish jury!

This year's jurors from Australia include:

  • Alfie Arcuri - Participated at 'Eurovision - Australia Decides' 2019

  • Dami Im - Represented Australia at Eurovision 2016 / Jury winner in Grand Final

  • Erica Padilla – Participated at 'Eurovision - Australia Decides' 2022 / TikTok Wildcard

  • Gary Pinto - Backing vocalist for Australia at Eurovision 2018

  • Leea Nanos - Participated at 'Eurovision - Australia Decides' 2019

The Australian jury gave their 12 points to Sweden.

The Euro Jury - Public scores

The public favoured Finland, Austria and Sweden all with 200+ points.

In the public results, Australia came 17th, with a total of 51 points.

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

You can check out further news on The Euro Jury on the Eurovoix website.

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