EUROPanel 2017: Voting first is Mishela Rapo from Albania

Today we bring you the votes of our expert panel member Mishela Rapo from Albania.

Austria – 1 point

Bulgaria – 2 points

Israel – 3 points

Romania – 4 points

Australia – 5 points

Sweden – 6 points

France – 7 points

Croatia – 8 points

Georgia – 10 points

Denmark – 12 points

About Mishela Rapo:

Mishela Rapo represented Albania in Junior Eurovision 2015, having won the 51st Children’s Festival in Tirana. She had also tried to represent her country before, when Albania took part at Junior Eurovision 2012. However on this occasion she fell just short, but returned three years later to win the Junior Eurovision ticket and reach a 5th place at the international competition.

In her young career, Mishela has already achieved much success – winning prizes at festivals in Shkoder on no less than three occasions. She also represented Albania at the Turkce olimpiyatlari in 2012, and came 6th at the Gjeniu I Vogel 4 show on TV Klan in her own country.

Born and raised in the capital city of Tirana, Mishela is also a very talented linguist – speaking fluent English and Turkish, as well as being able to converse in German and French too!

 

What’s EUROPanel?

EUROPanel is an ESC+Plus Network feature which brings former Eurovision and national selection participants together to create an annual pan-European scoring of the contest. You can visit the official website of EUROPanel and find out more about this year’s expert panel by clicking here.

NOTE: The results of EUROPanel will be mixed with the ones from our official Eurovision Style Poll in order to generate a final prediction of this year’s edition.

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About Miguel Pons

Miguel Pons
Hi, I am Miguel from Castellón (Spain), Eurovision follower since I was a child; I became a huge fan when Serio Dalma represented Spain in Italy. I am the owner of the escspain.com web site and editor of the ESC+Plus.com Spanish version. Graphic design is my other favourite hobby so I develop my skills thorough video edition and graphics on both web-sites.

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