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Namaste Ale! Italy has been crowned the winner of Eurojury 2017 – The Fifth Anniversary edition tonight, after 37 juries and thousands of online votes.

We have our winner for Eurojury 2017, it’s Francesco Gabbani from Italy. “Occidentali’s Karma” came from behind in the jury vote to runaway with victory in the public vote. This year national juries from Iceland to Australia were involved in the contest, on the juries were past Eurovision, Junior Eurovision and national selection artists from the 63 year history of the Eurovision Song Contest. From Lys Assia to Jessy Matador, Severine to Nika Kocharov, over 70 artists voted for their favourite, while thousands of you went to Eurojury.com to vote alongside the juries.


The full results are as follows:

  1. Italy – 401 points
  2. Sweden – 271 points
  3. Belgium – 245 points
  4. Australia – 243 points
  5. Portugal – 225 points
  6. Bulgaria – 214 points
  7. The Netherlands – 162 points
  8. France – 152 points
  9. Austria – 142 points
  10. F.Y.R Macedonia – 139 points
  11. Croatia – 126 points
  12. United Kingdom – 125 points
  13. Denmark – 124 points
  14. Azerbaijan – 122 points
  15. Finland – 113 points
  16. Spain – 100 points
  17. Switzerland – 97 points
  18. Belarus – 90 points
  19. Norway – 85 points
  20. Serbia – 75 points
  21. Ireland – 73 points
  22. Israel – 66 points
  23. Albania – 65 points
  24. Latvia – 64 points
  25. Iceland – 62 points
  26. Moldova – 60 points
  27. Czech Republic – 57 points
  28. Hungary – 53 points
  29. Russia – 51 points
  30. Poland – 48 points
  31. Malta – 47 points
  32. Cyprus – 47 points
  33. Romania – 42 points
  34. Estonia – 40 points
  35. Montenegro – 39 points
  36. Greece – 35 points
  37. Georgia – 34 points
  38. Ukraine – 33 points
  39. Armenia – 30 points
  40. Lithuania – 24 points
  41. Germany – 23 points
  42. San Marino – 22 points
  43. Slovenia – 20 points

The show is now available to watch on demand at Eurojury.com


For a detailed breakdown of the jury votes from each of this years 37 national juries, as well as the points from the online vote, download the full scoreboard here.

You can also see a breakdown of all of the 10 points, as well as the 12 points of each of the national juries below:

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Albania – Montenegro

Australia – Belarus, Greece, Switzerland

Austria – Belgium, Iceland, Poland, San Marino

Azerbaijan – Moldova

Belgium – Bosnia & Herzegovina, Georgia, Latvia, Monaco

Bulgaria – Ireland

Croatia – Albania

Cyprus – Serbia

Finland – Portugal, Spain

France – Bulgaria

Ireland – Slovenia

Italy – Austria, Finland, Netherlands, Ukraine

Netherlands – Australia, Norway

Norway – Germany, Lithuania

Poland – Estonia

Portugal – Armenia

Russia – Turkey

Spain – Luxembourg

Sweden – Denmark, Hungary, Malta, Romania

Switzerland – France

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Australia – Denmark, Ireland, Lithuania

Austria – Hungary

Azerbaijan – Ukraine

Belgium – Portugal

Croatia – Montenegro

Czech Republic – Spain

Denmark – Albania, Australia

Finland – Estonia

France – Belgium, Poland

Ireland – Norway

Italy – Armenia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Malta, Romania, San Marino, Serbia

Netherlands – Luxembourg, Monaco Portugal – Bulgaria, Georgia, Switzerland

Romania – Turkey

Russia – France

Sweden – Austria, Belarus, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Latvia, Moldova, Netherlands, Slovenia
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