Eurojury 2015

Eurojury: Portugal Calling

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This is Lisbon Calling

After Luxembourg we head to Portugal. Portugal first appeared on the contest in 1964, in Copenhagen. They came last with 0 points. Portugal has only been out of the contest in four times: 1970, 2000, 2002 and 2013. In 2012, they where represented by Filipa, where they didn’t pass to the final. Last year, they were represented by Suzy, with the song “Quero ser tua“. This year, they are back again with the winner of their Festival da Cançao.

ON the Portuguese Eurojury is their 1985 representative, Adelaide Ferreira. She is a very known singer in the country with a long career. She started as a rock singer with the hit “Baby suicida” in 1981. After that, she has sung ballads. She represented Portugal in the Eurovision Song Contest 1985 with the song “Penso em ti (Eu sei)” which came 18th with 9 points. She also took part at this year’s Portuguese National Final. And Rubi Machado, who took part at the Festival da Cançao 2015 with the song “Quando a lua voltar a passar” on the second semifinal.

Here are the results of the Portugal vote:

  1. Sweden – 12 points
  2. Spain – 10 points
  3. Italy – 8 points
  4. Greece – 7 points
  5. Norway – 6 points
  6. France – 5 points
  7. Romania – 4 points
  8. Albania – 3 points
  9. Denmark – 2 points
  10. Azerbaijan – 1 point

So after the points from Luxembourg here is the top.5:

  1. Australia – 132 points
  2. Italy – 123 points
  3. Sweden  – 95 points
  4. Russia – 81 points
  5. Albania – 62 points

We thank Adelaide and Rubi 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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