German and Finnish jury voting revealed

by Stella Floras 349 views

While the Eurofan community is eagerly anticipating the release of the combined jury vote scoreboard from eurovision.tv two broadcasters have already proceeded in publishing the names of the experts comprising their own juries as well as the points they awarded per country.

Finnish YLE was first just a few days after the Grand Final of the 2102 Eurovision Song Contest followed today by the German broadcaster. Finnish jury: Anne Hautala (presenter, journalist), Christina Wheeler (musician), Freeman (musician), Maki Kolehhmainen (producer, musician), Leri Leskinen (producer, musician)

Grand Final

Jury voting Combined result
Sweden 12 pts Sweden 12 pts
Estonia 10 ptsEstonia 10 pts
Denmark 8 ptsRussia 8 pts
Spain 7 ptsIceland 7 pts
Russia 6 ptsAlbania 6 pts
Iceland 5 ptsDenmark 5 pts
France 4 pts Ireland 4 pts
Germany 3 ptsSpain 3 pts
Albania 2 ptsSerbia 2 pts
Norway 1 ptGermany 1 pt

German jury comprised of Anke Engelke, Tim Bendzko, Ben (singer, presenter), Miezekatz (singer MIA) and Sabine Henry. This is how they voted in the second semi-final and the final:

Grand Final
Jury voting Combined result
Sweden 12 pts Sweden 12 pts
Estonia 10 pts Serbia 10 pts
Iceland 8 pts Turkey 8 pts
Denmark 7 pts Russia 7 pts
Albania6 pts Albania 6 pts
Serbia 5 pts Denmark 5 pts
Bosnia-Herzegovina 4pts Estonia 4 pts
Spain 3 pts Iceland 3 pts
Italy 2 pts Italy 2 pts
Ireland1 pt Greece 1 pt

Second semi-final

Jury votingCombined result
Sweden 12 ptsSweden 12 pts
Estonia 10 ptsSerbia 10 pts
Slovenia 8 ptsNetherlands 8 pts
Serbia 7 ptsEstonia 7 pts
Netherlands 6 ptsTurkey 6 pts
Bosnia-Herzegovina 5 ptsBosnia-Herzegovina 5 pts
Slovakia 4 ptsSlovenia 4 pts
Croatia 3 ptsPortugal 3 pts
Malta 2 ptBulgaria 2 pt
Portugal 1 ptCroatia 1 pt

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Stella Floras

Thanks to Johnny Logan and Hold me now I fell in love with the Eurovision Song Contest, a love that's been going strong ever since with undiminished passion. My first memories date back to 1977 and the lyrics of Rock bottom, Dschinghis Khan and A ba ni bi are still engraved in my brain.

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