Eurojury 2014

Eurojury: Italy Calling

 

Italy is the second of the Big 5 countries to reveal their points after Spain. Italy returned to Eurovision in 2011 and since then have managed a run of good performances finishing within the top.10 every year. The Italian Eurojury was made up of Enrico Ruggeri who represented Italy in 1993 with the song “Sole d’Europa” finishing in 12th place.

Here are the points from Italy:

  1. Georgia – 12 points
  2. Montenegro – 10 points
  3. Armenia – 8 points
  4. Malta – 7 points
  5. Latvia – 6 points
  6. France – 5 points
  7. Albania – 4 points
  8. Iceland – 3 points
  9. Belarus – 2 points
  10. Austria – 1 point

Those points from Italy mean that all of the countries in this years contest have now scored points. Georgia has also now managed to move up over 10 places in the rank thanks to the 12 points.

Here is the top.5:

  1. United Kingdom – 103 points
  2. Norway – 80 points
  3. Malta – 78 points
  4. Denmark – 76 points
  5. Armenia – 73 points

You can find out more about Italy and their jury member here. You can see the points in full so far here or as a list here.

Tomorrow Bulgaria will announce their points.

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