Eurovision 2021: jury voting running order revealed

May 22, 2021

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The running order in which each country’s jury points will be revealed in tonight’s grand final has been revealed. Alongside this, we have also found out who will be the spokesperson for each country.

  • Israel – Lucy Ayoub (Eurovision 2019 co-host)
  • Poland – Ida Nowakowska (Junior Eurovision 2019 & 2020 co-host)
  • San Marino – Monica Fabbri
  • Albania – Andri Xhahu
  • Malta – Stephanie Spiteri
  • Estonia – Sissi (Eesti Laul 2021 finalist)
  • North Macedonia – Vane Markoski
  • Azerbaijan – Ell & Nikki (Eurovision 2011 winners)
  • Norway – Silje Skjemstad Cruz
  • Spain – Nieves Álvarez
  • Austria – Philipp Hansa
  • United Kingdom – Amanda Holden
  • Italy – Carolina Di Domenico
  • Slovenia – Lorella Flego
  • Greece – Manolis Gkinis
  • Latvia – Aminata Savadogo (Eurovision 2015)
  • Ireland – Ryan O’Shaughnessy (Eurovision 2018)
  • Moldova – Sergey “Epic Sax Guy” Stepanov (Member of Sunstroke Project, Moldova 2010 & 2017)
  • Serbia – Dragana Kosjerina
  • Bulgaria – Joanna Dragneva (Member of Deep Zone Project, Bulgaria 2008)
  • Cyprus – Loukas Hamatsos
  • Belgium – Danira Boukhriss
  • Germany – Barbara Schöneberger
  • Australia – Joel Creasey
  • Finland – Katri Norrlin
  • Portugal – Elisa (Eurovision 2020)
  • Ukraine – Tayanna
  • Iceland – Hannes Óli Ágústsson
  • Romania – Cătălina Ponor
  • Croatia – Ivan Dorian Molnar
  • Czech Republic – Taťána Kuchařová
  • Georgia – Oto Nemsadze (Georgia 2019)
  • Lithuania – Andrius Mamontovas (Member of LT United, Lithuania 2006)
  • Denmark – Tina Müller
  • Russia – Polina Gagarina (Eurovision 2015)
  • France – Carla (Junior Eurovision 2019)
  • Sweden – Carola (Eurovision 1991 & 2006)
  • Switzerland – Angélique Beldner
  • Netherlands – Romy Monteiro

Each of the 39 participating countries in this years contest will be voting in the final. As has been the case since 2016, each country’s jury points will be revealed by the spokespersons with their televote score being added on afterwards.

Are you excited for the show tonight? Who do you think your country will vote for? Let us know in the comments below, and don’t forget to join us live on YouTube throughout the grand final tonight!

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