Eurovision 2015: Voting results and a scandal

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Right after the announcement of Sweden’s victory in the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest last Saturday, the EBU revealed the split votes for the semi-finals as well as made a revelation about jury results which were excluded from the final counting

The revelation of the split results for the two semi-finals of the Eurovision Song Contest, was followed by a voting scandal in two Balkan countries.

In consultation with PwC, the independent voting observer of the contest and after the decision of the Executive Supervisor as well as the Chairman of the Reference group, the jury votes for FYR Macedonia and for Montenegro were excluded from the final counting. The public tele-vote was used instead, in 100% of the countries’ votes. Furthermore, it was announced on a report that the exclusion will be further discussed during the next Reference Group meeting, taking place this June. will be following the news closely and will report over the matter in due course

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  • Andrew winchester

    only countries who are in the GRAND FINAL should be able to vote.

  • Alex


  • Alex

    So ridiculous!

  • Alex

    Ausrtia wins –
    then it’s NULL

  • Alex

    If it were not for the Beard

  • Alex

    That Guy is not ABBA!

  • Floyd van den Nieuwenhof

    are you grazy ? its the eurovisionsongcontest its about all europian countries not only the winners of that year…..all particpants should vote ,i would be even open to all broadcasting countries may vote the more the better .
    That not only good from a commercial point of few but also because of the coverage usa has the oscars we have the songcontest as a superior event!

  • Andrew winchester

    no im not crazy, but think if only the grand final contestants countries voted then it might stop the biased voting from those countries who didnt make it through.


    If only the countries in the final could vote, the interest in those who didnt go through would go down a lot, and the EBU doesn’t want that..