The next set of scores are in as the juries from Australia, Belarus and Cyprus reveal their Eurojury 2020 points. As ever 50% of the vote is being decided by national juries and 50% by you, the public.
Each voting nation is represented by a jury consisting of past Eurovision, Junior Eurovision, national final participants and special guests. Each juror is asked to form a ranking of their favourite competing songs which is combined with the other jurors in their country.
The points of each jury are shown in a graphic below. The top ten is listed in alphabetical order, with the nations that received 8, 10 or 12 points in bold. The full points will be revealed during the Eurojury broadcasts.
On the Australian jury is Bella Paige, Alexa Curtis, Harrison Craig, Jaguar Jonze, Jordan Anthony, Dami Im, and Julia Morris.
- Bella Paige represented Australia in their debut at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2015. With her song “My Girls”, she finished in 8th place.
- Alexa Curtis represented Australia at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest in Malta. With her song “We Are”, she finished in 5th position.
- Harrison Craig is a singer who is best known for winning the second series of The Voice Australia in 2013.
- Jaguar Jonze participated in Australia’s national selection, Eurovision – Australia Decides, in 2020.
- Jordan Anthony represented Australia at the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Gliwice, Poland. With his song “We Will Rise”, he finished in 8th position.
- Dami Im represented Australia at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm, Sweden. With her song “Sound of Silence”, she finished in 2nd position behind Ukraine.
- Julia Morris is an Australian TV personality, who has worked in the industry since she was 17 years old. She has previous experience hosting shows such as the Australian version of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, which she hosts every year alongside Chris Brown.
On the Belarusian jury is Michael Soul, Gunesh Abbasova, Litesound, and Nastasea.
- Michael Soul is a singer who took part in Belarus’ national selection in 2019.
- Gunesh Abbasova is a singer who participated in Belarus’ national selection, and represented the country at Turkvision 2013.
- Litesound represented Belarus at the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest in Baku, Azerbaijan. With their song “We Are The Heroes”, they finished in 16th position in semi-final 2.
- Nastasea is a singer who participated in Belarus’ national selection in 2020.
On the Cypriot jury is Minus One and Alex Panayi.
- Minus One represented Cyprus at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm, Sweden. With their song “Alter Ego”, they finished in 21st place in the final.
- Alex Panayi represented Cyprus at the Eurovision Song Contest on two occasions, the first being in 1995, where he placed 9th with his song “Sti Fotia”. He returned to the contest in 2000 as part of Voice, who placed 21st with “Nomiza”.
Three more results will be revealed each day until April 26th, the day before semi-final one of Eurojury 2020.
About Eurojury 2020
Eurojury will return in 2020 for the eighth broadcast of the most accurate simulation of Eurovision results. 180 Eurovision winners, past participants, national finalists and a handful of special guests are due to take part in this year’s edition, which will be broadcast live on Showcase, by Eurovoix on May 1st.
For the past two years, Eurojury has correctly identified the winner of Eurovision with both Netta and Duncan Laurence topping the overall leaderboard in Eurojury and the Eurovision Song Contest itself. Eurojury also correctly identified four out of the top five acts in the final in Tel Aviv.
For a fifth consecutive year, Rob Lilley will present the coverage. This will be the third time he has been the sole presenter following two editions with a co-host – 2016 with Karl William Lund and in 2019 with Alice Chapman.
Directing the show once again will be Samuel Deakin – he has conducted this role on every edition of Eurojury. Heading up the production will be James Rowe after he co-produced the broadcast in 2019.
We’re pleased that we have partnerships with multiple trusted Eurovision brands this year: Eurovision Hub, Aussievision, ESCXTRA, Eurovision Showcase, The Euro Trip and Eurovision Ireland. Each brand will be supporting Eurojury 2020 in the run-up to the three broadcasts on April April 27, April 29 and May 01.
Follow all the latest updates about this year’s broadcasts on eurovoix.com as well as on Twitter, @Eurovoix and @Eurojury2020.
*Australia’s Courtney Act has been replaced by Elina Nechayeva as the 180th professional jury member, who will give her points from Estonia.