Eurojury returns in 2019 for a seventh edition for what has become one of the most highly anticipated events of the post-national-final season. A selection of former Eurovision winners, participants, delegates, national finalists, Junior Eurovision entrants, and national broadcasters from almost forty countries will take part in this year’s event, which will be broadcast live on Eurovoix Showcase, April 20th.
Tomorrow, the first results will be revealed from 12:00 CET. As ever will see the points of former Eurovision winners, Junior Eurovision stars and familiar faces from the contest, bringing you the most accurate prediction of results likely to be seen at the Eurovision Song Contest in May.
The first results to be revealed tomorrow will be those of the Austrian jury, before we tour around Europe to collect the scorecards of more national juries than featured in last year’s show. In a change to previous editions of Eurojury, the way in which the juries points will be revealed ahead of the show will differ.
The Jury and Televote Results
This year, the full results of all national juries will be revealed before the show, meaning that you can see which ten songs have received points from each country. However, the exact ranking of the songs received from the jury will not be revealed until April 20th, during an hour-long broadcast hosted by Alice Chapman and the BBC’s Rob Lilley. Although the number of points each country receives won’t be revealed for another two weeks, the three countries that have received the eight, ten and twelve points will be announced.
The jury have had their say and their points have been counted, but you still have the opportunity to influence the result, with 50% of the say in who wins Eurojury 2019. The online vote is open until midnight on the 13th of April, when the counting starts and your points will be combined with those of the jury.
Get Involved With The Show
As we draw ever closer to the broadcast of Eurojury 2019 on April 20th, we want you to get involved in this year’s show. You can be part of the intervals of the show, all you have to do is film yourself saying:
“My name is X from X and I support (country)“
Then email your clip to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll select a handful of videos to appear in the show.
Rob Lilley makes a very special delivery to one of London's most iconic buildings in #Eurojury 2019 ✨ Get involved by voting for your favourite songs from this year's #Eurovision Song Contest via https://t.co/56jPTKBxzj | @roblilley1 pic.twitter.com/iHCYCCtUkY
— Eurovoix (@Eurovoix) April 5, 2019
Filming for Eurojury 2019 began last November in Minsk, with additional dates in Stockholm, Newcastle, and Yorkshire over winter. Filming continued last weekend, before heading to London on 14th April to coincide with the London Eurovision Party.
Eurojury takes place live via Eurovoix Showcase on 20th April from 20:00 CET and can be viewed worldwide.