On April 22nd, the fifth anniversary edition of Eurojury will take place as almost one hundred former Eurovision Song Contest participants from thirty-seven nations reveal their favourite songs of this year’s contest, combined with the opinion of thousands of fans from across the globe to produce the most accurate simulation of Eurovision results likely to be seen on the big night in May.

This year’s event will be televised on April 22nd from 20:00 CET and can be watched worldwide, online, via the Eurovoix website. The hour long broadcast will be hosted by The Euro Trip’s, Rob Lilley, and will feature appearances from several international guests including Sirusho.

Armenian artist Sirusho will make a special guest appearance during the interval of Eurojury 2017, showcasing her latest single ‘Der Zor’. Sirusho represented Armenia in the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest, finishing fourth – Armenia’s best result to date. In the year 2000, Sirusho released her first album, last year ‘Armat’ (her fifth studio album) was released. Described as a ‘national treasure of Armenia’ by the BBC, Sirusho is one of the country’s most famous artists.

This year’s Armenian jury is made up of three former national final competitors, one of Armenia’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest participants, and Stepahnie Topalian who represented Armenia at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest as part of the group Genealogy.

Stepahnie Topalian represented Armenia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 in Vienna, Austria as part of Genealogy. Armenia finished 16th in the final with a total of 34 points.

Christina competed in Depi Evratesil where she was selected by Iveta to be on her team, she was knocked out in the first round of the duels. She was also one of the backing singers for Iveta Mukuchyan at the Eurovision Song Contest 2016.

Opera Viva competed in Depi Evratesil, they were knocked out before the semi finals in duel with Artsvik who will be representing Armenia in Kyiv.

Gevorg Harutyunyan was part of Inga’s team in Depi Evratesil. He was knocked out before the semi finals in a duel with Syuzanna Melqonyan who went on to finish third in the semi final.

Dalita is the only singer to have ever represented Armenia at a Eurovision contest on home soil. In 2011 she represented her country in Yerevan at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2011. Armenia finished 5th in the final with 85 points.

Eurojury 2017: The Fifth Anniversary Edition

Eurojury 2017: The Results

22nd April 2017 | Anthony Granger

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Eurojury 2017: The Results From Malta

22nd April 2017 | Anthony Granger

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About Eurojury 2017: The Fifth Anniversary Edition

Eurojury returns in 2017 for the fifth anniversary edition in an exciting, live television broadcast hosted by BBC Radio Berkshire’s Rob Lilley on April 22nd, in which over one hundred former Eurovision participants celebrate the music of Europe’s most watched non-sporting television show.

The live broadcast will simulate the voting process of the Eurovision Song Contest which in 2016 ended with a nail biting finish. The results of the national juries will be revealed during the first half of the show. After the jury result has been revealed, the public vote will then be announced. These results will be announced from the country that received the lowest number of point to the highest. Once combined and revealed, the winner of Eurojury 2017 will be announced.

50% of the vote being decided by national juries and 50% by you, the public. This creates the most accurate representation of a result likely to be seen in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest, this May in Kyiv. Each voting nation is represented by a jury consisting of past Eurovision, Junior Eurovision and national final participants. Each juror is asked to form a top 10 ranking of the competing songs which is combined with the other jurors in their country.

While artists across Europe were casting their votes, you have also be able to make your voice heard via the Eurojury website. Through the first few weeks of April you were able to vote for the song you wanted to see win the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 via our online platform. Your vote will be combined with the votes of thousands of fans across the world to form an overall score for each country – presented in the broadcast on April 22nd.