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This is Bern Calling
This is Bern Calling

From Spain we head to Switzerland. Switzerland are being represented by Melanie Rene at this years contest across the border in Vienna, Austria. Melanie will be singing “Time To Shine” and hoping to repeat the success of Sebalter in 2014.

Switzerland was the host nation of the first ever contest in Lugano back in 1956 and won the contest with Lys Assia and her song “Refrain”. Switzerland went on to win the contest again in 1988 with the global superstar Celine Dion and her song “Ne partez pas sans moi”. Switzerland best result of recent years was an 8th place in Kiev with Vanilla Ninja and “Cool Vibes”.

On the Eurojury for Spain is Melissa who took part in their 2013 selection process. Melissa performed “The Point Of No Return”, she finished in 4th place in the final of the selection with 9.72% of the vote.

Here are the results of the Swiss vote:

  • Estonia – 12 points
  • Austria – 10 points
  • Australia – 8 points
  • Sweden – 7 points
  • Latvia – 6 points
  • France – 5 points
  • Albania – 4 points
  • Finland – 3 points
  • The Netherlands – 2 points
  • Belgium – 1 point

So after those results the top.5 now looks like this:

  1. Australia – 191 points
  2. Sweden – 153 points
  3. Italy – 146 points
  4. Russia – 104 points
  5. Albania – 88 points

We thank Melissa for taking time out to participate in Eurojury. You can see the results so far as a table here – Eurojury-Points-2015. And follow all the results so far on the Eurojury section our website here and on the official mini website here.

Don’t agree with the results? Tell us who you’d vote for here.

We return again tomorrow at 17:00 CET with more results.

3 thoughts on “Eurojury: Switzerland Calling”

  1. why is Melissa of Spain on the Swiss jury? Why was Lys Assia not asked to be on the Swiss jury?

    1. We asked a number of Swiss artists and Melissa was the only one that replied. She was allowed to take part on behalf of Switzerland as she attempted to represent them.

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