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Eurovision 2019: The full and split results of the first semi-final

by Stratos Agadellis 1,239 views

That was it! The lights of the arena went out and the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 threw its curtains, determining The Netherlands as its winner. In keeping with the tradition, right after the conclusion of the Grand Final, the EBU has released the actual and split results of the two semi-finals. Let’s have a look at those from the first live show!

The overall ranking of the first semi-final was as follows, with the countries in bold qualifying to the Grand Final:

  1. Australia: 261 points
  2. Czech Republic: 242 points
  3. Iceland: 221 points
  4. Estonia: 198 points
  5. Greece: 185 points
  6. Slovenia: 167 points
  7. Serbia: 156 points
  8. San Marino: 150 points
  9. Cyprus: 149 points
  10. Belarus: 122 points
  11. Poland: 120 points
  12. Hungary: 97 points
  13. Belgium: 70 points
  14. Georgia: 62 points
  15. Portugal: 51 points
  16. Montenegro: 46 points
  17. Finland: 23 points

Televote

  1. Iceland: 151 points
  2. Australia: 140 points
  3. Estonia: 133 points
  4. San Marino: 124 points
  5. Slovenia: 93 points
  6. Czech Republic: 86 points
  7. Serbia: 65 points
  8. Poland: 60 points
  9. Greece: 54 points
  10. Cyprus: 54 points
  11. Belarus: 44 points
  12. Portugal: 43 points
  13. Georgia: 33 points
  14. Hungary: 32 points
  15. Belgium: 20 points
  16. Montenegro: 15 points
  17. Finland: 14 points

We see that the televoters of the first semi-final swapped Belarus for Poland within their Top 10. However, Poland’s performance with the juries didn’t let them make it through to the final.

Jury

  1. Czech Republic: 157 points
  2. Greece: 131 points
  3. Australia: 121 points
  4. Cyprus: 95 points
  5. Serbia: 91 points
  6. Belarus: 78 points
  7. Slovenia: 74 points
  8. Iceland: 70 points
  9. Estonia: 65 points
  10. Hungary: 65 points
  11. Poland: 60 points
  12. Belgium: 50 points
  13. Montenegro: 31 points
  14. Georgia: 29 points
  15. San Marino: 26 points
  16. Finland: 9 points
  17. Portugal: 8 points

San Marino would not be a semi-final qualifier if the only voting body was the national juries. Instead, Hungary would be competing at the final yesterday.

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