Eurojury 2015

Eurojury: Albania Calling

Tirana Calling

Tirana Calling

From Norway we head to Albania. Albania are being represented by Elhaida Dani in Vienna with the song “I’m Alive”. This year Albania will be debuting in Eurovision Young Dancers and also returning to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.

Albania debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2004, Anjeza Shahini represented them in Turkey with the song “The Image of You”, she finished 7th in the final. Albania’s best result came in 2012 where Rona Nishliu sang “Suus” finishing 5th in the final on 146 points. Since 2012 Albania has not returned to a final.

On the Eurojury today are two former Eurovision participants:

  • Adrian Lulgjuraj – Represented Albania in Malmo in 2013 alongside Bledar Sejko, they finished 15th in the second semi final.
  • Juliana Pasha – Represented Albania at Eurovision 2010 with the song “It’s All About You”, she finished 16th in the final with a total of 62 points. She received 12 points from FYR Macedonia.

So here are the results of the Albanian Eurojury:

  • Armenia – 12 points
  • Australia – 10 points
  • Sweden – 8 points
  • Italy – 7 points
  • FYR Macedonia – 6 points
  • Georgia – 5 points
  • Spain – 4 points
  • Austria – 3 points
  • Iceland – 2 points
  • Israel – 1 point

So Armenia have now picked up their first set of points. Let’s see how those votes affect the top.5:

  1. Australia – 91 points
  2. Sweden – 62 points
  3. Russia – 54 points
  4. Italy – 54 points
  5. Iceland – 47 points

We thank all of the artists for taking time out to participate in Eurojury. You can see the results so far as a table here – Eurojury-Points-2015. And follow all the results so far on the Eurojury section our website here and on the official micro site here.

Don’t agree with the results? Tell us who you’d vote for here.

We return again tomorrow at 17:00 CET with more results.



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