Voting details of all Eurovision Shows revealed

Eurovision 2017 Results

Now that the winner has been crowned, all eyes turn to the detailed jury and televoting results of the shows. 

Top two made up of semi-final winners.

Winner of the first semi-final was Portugal, with 370 points. Salvador topped both the jury and televoting, making him the unanimous winner. Moldova surprisingly came second with 291 points. Despite being placed fourth with the jury, accumulating 111 points, it was their appeal to televoters that rewarded them an extra 180 points, finishing in second. In the grand final, Moldova remained a firm televoting favorite, finishing in third place.

Check out the full results for semi-final 1, and the split between jury and televote below:

SEMI-FINAL ONE: FULL RESULTS

  1. Portugal: Salvador Sobral – “Amar Pelos Dois” (370 points)
  2. Moldova: Sunstroke Project – “Hey Mamma” (291 points)
  3. Sweden: Robin Bengtsson – “I Can’t Go On” (227 points)
  4. Belgium: Blanche – “City Lights” (165 points)
  5. Cyprus: Hovig – “Gravity” (164 points)
  6. Australia: Isaiah – “Don’t Come Easy” (160 points)
  7. Armenia: Artsvik – “Fly with Me” (152 points)
  8. Azerbaijan: Dihaj – “Skeletons” (150 points)
  9. Poland: Kasia Mos – “Flashlight” (119 points)
  10. Greece: Demy – “This Is Love” (115 points)
  11. Georgia: Tamara Gachechiladze – “Keep the Faith” (99 points)
  12. Finland: Norma John – “Blackbird” (92 points)
  13. Czech Republic: Martina Bárta – “My Turn” (83 points)
  14. Albania: Lindita – “World” (76 points)
  15. Iceland: Svala – “Paper” (60 points)
  16. Montenegro: Slavko Kalezic – “Space” (56 points)
  17. Slovenia: Omar Naber – “On My Way” (36 points)
  18. Latvia: Triana Park – “Line” (21 points)

SEMI-FINAL ONE: JURY RESULTS

  1. Portugal – 173 points
  2. Australia – 139 points
  3. Sweden – 124 points
  4. Moldova – 111 points
  5. Armenia – 87 points
  6. Azerbaijan – 87 points
  7. Czech Republic – 81 points
  8. Georgia – 62 points
  9. Cyprus – 61 points
  10. Greece – 61 points
  11. Poland – 50 points
  12. Finland – 41 points
  13. Belgium – 40 points
  14. Albania – 38 points
  15. Iceland – 29 points
  16. Montenegro – 17 points
  17. Slovenia – 16 points
  18. Latvia – 1 points

SEMI-FINAL ONE: TELEVOTE RESULTS

  1. Portugal – 197 points
  2. Moldova – 180 points
  3. Belgium – 125 points
  4. Sweden – 103 points
  5. Cyprus – 103 points
  6. Poland – 69 points
  7. Armenia – 65 points
  8. Azerbaijan – 63 points
  9. Greece – 54 points
  10. Finland – 51 points
  11. Montenegro – 39 points
  12. Albania – 38 points
  13. Georgia – 37 points
  14. Iceland – 31 points
  15. Australia – 21 points
  16. Latvia – 20 points
  17. Slovenia – 20 points
  18. Czech Republic – 2 points

17 year-old Kristian Kostov from Bulgaria also won his heat comfortably with 403 points. The result is another example where the televoting and juries agreed. That’s also quite a big leap with the runner-up Hungary, which scored 231 points overall. Hungary eventually ended up finishing eighth in the final, proving their entry was a hit in the televoting, but less favoured by the international juries.

Contrary to the first semi-final, two countries failed to score any points from the juries or televoting in the second semi-final. San Marino failed to impress any juries but scored a point from the German televote. Meanwhile Malta experienced the opposite. Claudia Faniello reached 8th place with the juries, but failed to secure any votes from the televote.

The full semi-final two results, broken up, can be found below:

SEMI-FINAL TWO: FULL RESULTS

  1. Bulgaria: Kristian Kostov – “Beautiful Mess” (403 points)
  2. Hungary: Joci Pápai – “Origo” (231 points)
  3. Israel: IMRI – “I Feel Alive” (207 points)
  4. Netherlands: OG3NE – “Lights and Shadows” (200 points)
  5. Norway: JOWST – “Grab the Moment” (189 points)
  6. Romania: Ilinca ft.Alex Florea – “Yodel It!” (174 points)
  7. Austria: Nathan Trent – “Running on Air” (147 points)
  8. Croatia: Jacques Houdek – “My Friend” (141 points)
  9. Belarus: Naviband – “Story of My Life” (110 points)
  10. Denmark: Anja – “Where I Am” (101 points)
  11. Serbia: Tijana Bogicevic – “In Too Deep” (98 points)
  12. Switzerland: Timebelle – “Apollo” (97 points)
  13. Ireland: Brendan Murray – “Dying to Try” (86 points)
  14. Estonia: Koit Toome and Laura – “Verona” (85 points)
  15. FYR Macedonia: Jana Burceska – “Dance Alone” (69 points)
  16. Malta: Claudia Faniello – “Breathlessly” (55 points)
  17. Lithuania: Fusedmarc – “Rain of Revolution” (42 points)
  18. San Marino: Valentina Monetta and Jimmie Wilson – “Spirit of the Night” (1 points)

SEMI-FINAL TWO: JURY RESULTS

  1. Bulgaria – 199 points
  2. Netherlands – 149 points
  3. Norway – 137 points
  4. Austria – 115 points
  5. Denmark – 96 points
  6. Israel – 75 points
  7. Hungary – 66 points
  8. Belarus – 55 points
  9. Malta – 55 points
  10. Serbia – 53 points
  11. Switzerland – 48 points
  12. Ireland – 45 points
  13. Croatia – 37 points
  14. FYR Macedonia – 29 points
  15. Romania – 26 points
  16. Lithuania – 17 points
  17. Estonia – 16 points
  18. San Marino – 0 points

SEMI-FINAL TWO: TELEVOTE RESULTS

  1. Bulgaria – 204 points
  2. Hungary – 165 points
  3. Romania – 148 points
  4. Israel – 132 points
  5. Croatia – 104 points
  6. Estonia – 69 points
  7. Belarus – 55 points
  8. Norway – 52 points
  9. Netherlands – 51 points
  10. Switzerland – 49 points
  11. Serbia – 45 points
  12. Ireland – 41 points
  13. FYR Macedonia – 40 points
  14. Austria – 32 points
  15. Lithuania – 25 points
  16. Denmark – 5 points
  17. San Marino – 1 points
  18. Malta – 0 points

All the scores can also be found on the Official Eurovision website, for the first Semi-Final, second Semi-Final and the Grand Final.

The 2018 Eurovision Song Contest will be organised in Portugal due to Salvador Sobral’s win last night. The exact dates and host city are expected to be announced in due course.

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