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Full voting results revealed for Luxembourg Song Contest

January 31, 2024


The full voting results of the Luxembourg Song Contest have been revealed.

RTL have published the full voting results for the Luxembourg Song Contest, which was held on Saturday 27th January. During the show, viewers were only made aware of the jury vote and televote for the top three acts.

During the first round of voting, 50% jury vote and 50% televote was used to determine the top three acts who would advance to the superfinal. The jury could award points to six out of the eight competing songs, by awarding 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 points respectively.

  1. Tali – “Fighter” – 94 jury / 88 televote
  2. Krick – “Drowning In The Rain” – 74 jury / 74 televote
  3. Joel Marques – “Believer” – 44 jury / 59 televote
  4. Naomi Ayé – “Paumée sur terre” – 58 jury / 19 televote
  5. Angy & Rafa Ela – “Drop” – 30 jury / 22 televote
  6. One Last Time – “Devil In The Detail” – 18 jury / 29 televote
  7. EDSUN – “Finally Alive” – 16 jury / 17 televote
  8. CHAiLD – “Hold On” – 2 jury / 27 televote

Tali, Krick and Joel Marques all qualified to the superfinal, where once again, 50% jury vote and 50% televote was used to determine the final results.

  1. Tali – “Fighter” – 94 jury / 84 televote
  2. Krick – “Drowning In The Rain” – 80 jury / 85 televote
  3. Joel Marques – “Believer” – 66 jury / 70 televote

The international jury panel consisted of five members each from eight different countries across Europe – United Kingdom, Cyprus, Belgium, Slovenia, Germany, Portugal, France and Sweden.

On May 12th 2023, Luxembourg confirmed that they would be returning to the Eurovision Song Contest, after an absence of 30 years. They are one of the founding countries of the Eurovision Song Contest, and are one of the most successful, having won five times. In July, the broadcaster announced they would be organising a national final to find their Eurovision 2024 representative.

Luxembourg’s first Eurovision representative since 1993 is 23 year old Tali Golergant, who is of Israeli and Peruvian origins. Born in Israel, she subsequently moved to South America, where she lived for many years, before settling in Limpertsberg, Luxembourg, where she lived for ten years.

Tali has been invested in music and performing since a young age, starting the piano at age seven, before studying singing, songwriting and acting in theatre when she was twelve years old. She has recently moved to New York City to study musical theatre at Marymount Manhattan College. In 2021 she released her first EP “Lose You”.

What are your initial thoughts on the full voting results of the Luxembourg Song Contest? Are there any results which surprise you? Let us know in the comments below!

Photo credit: Dani Reuter

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