Eurovision 2014: The voting order revealed!

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Tonight, 26 countries will take the stage in hopes of winning the Eurovision crown. During the event, 37 countries will vote for their favourite, determining the winner of the 2014 edition of the contest.

The final voting round is usually an exciting affair, and this year, mathematical algorithms were used to help plan in which order the votes will be revealed around Europe. The order was decided by Danish broadcaster DR, with final approval from the EBU.

Here is the final voting order, with the names of each country’s spokesperson:

  1. [Azerbaijan] Azerbaijan: (Sabina Babayeva)
  2. [Greece] Greece: (Andrianna Maggania)
  3. [Poland] Poland : (Pauliana Chylewska)
  4. [Albania] Albania: (Andri Xhahu)
  5. [San Marino] San Marino: ( Michele Perniola)
  6. [Denmark] Denmark: (Sofie Lassen-Kahlke)
  7. [Montenegro] Montenegro: (Tijana Miskovic)
  8. [Romania] Romania: (Sonia Argint Ionescu)
  9. [Russia] Russia: (Alsou)
  10. [The Netherlands] The Netherlands: (Tim Douwsma)
  11. [Malta] Malta: (Valentina Rossi)
  12. [France] France: (Elodie Suigo)
  13. [United Kingdom] United Kingdom (Scott Mills)
  14. [Latvia] Latvia: (Ralfs Eilands)
  15. [Armenia] Armenia: (Anna Avanesyan)
  16. [Iceland] Iceland: (Benedikt Valsson)
  17. [FYR Macedonia] FYR. Macedonia (Marko Mark)
  18. [Sweden] Sweden: (Alcazar)
  19. [Belarus] Belarus: (Alyona Lanskaya)
  20. [Germany] Germany: (Helene Fischer)
  21. [Israel] Israel: (Ofer Nachshon)
  22. [Portugal] Portugal: (Joana Teles)
  23. [Norway] Norway: (Margrethe Røed)
  24. [Estonia] Estonia: (Lauri Pihlap)
  25. [Hungary] Hungary: (Éva Novodomszky)
  26. [Moldova] Moldova: (Olivia Furtuna)
  27. [Ireland] Ireland: (Nicky Byrne)
  28. [Finland] Finland: (Redrama)
  29. [Lithuania] Lithuania: (Ignas Krupavičius)
  30. [Austria] Austria: (Kati Bellowitsch)
  31. [Spain] Spain: (Carolina Casado)
  32. [Belgium] Belgium: (Angelique Vlieghe)
  33. [Italy] Italy: (Linus)
  34. [Ukraine] Ukraine: (Zlata Ognevich)
  35. [Switzerland] Switzerland: (Kurt Aeschbacher)
  36. [Georgia] Georgia: (Nodi Tatishvili and Sophi Gelovani)
  37. [Slovenia] Slovenia: (Ula Furlan)

Tonight should prove to be a tight race between a number of entries, many emerging as favourites after their performances in the semi-final. But there can be only one winner, and tonight, we will have the opportunity to find out where the 60th edition of the contest will be held in 2015.

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