Today we bring you the points awarded by our expert panel member Sofia Rol from Ukraine.
NORTH MACEDONIA – 1 POINT
SWITZERLAND – 2 POINTS
CYPRUS – 3 POINTS
ARMENIA – 4 POINTS
RUSSIA – 5 POINTS
AZERBAIJAN – 6 POINTS
THE NETHERLANDS – 7 POINTS
MALTA – 8 POINTS
GREECE – 10 POINTS
SWEDEN – 12 POINTS
About Sofia Rol:
Sofia Rol represented Ukraine in the 2016 Junior Eurovision Song Contest with the song Planet Craves for Love.
Sofia was born on 13th August 2002 in Kyiv, Ukraine. When she was four Sofia started attending the Ukrainian Song and Dance Ensemble, Zerniatko. The following year she attended the Sunflower Show Group, Soniakh, at the Kids and Youth Creativity House in Ukraine.
In 2008 she started working over her first album, Sofia Rol – for the Children of Ukraine which featured songs written by Iryna Kyrylina. The album also included karaoke versions of the songs and was released internationally in November 2009 and became popular with the Ukrainian diaspora.
Despite her young age Sofia already has a wealth of experience at performing at concerts and festivals and has won many prizes. In 2008 she won an award at Sim-Sim Festival in Kyiv and in December that year and in May 2009 she won the Sim-Sim Grand Prize. In June 2009 she won two awards, Popular Vocals and most popular Ukrainian Song at the Zorianyi Symeiiz (Starry Symeiiz) Festival in Yalta. She also won the audience choice award. In 2013 Sofia participated in the same festival, Zorianyi Symeiiz, winning first prize.
In October 2009 Sofia won the Grand Prize at the XIII all-Ukrainian Art Festival of Children and Youth called Funny Autumn Holidays – 2009 held in Kyiv. In 2010 Sofia took part in the television contests Krok Do Zirok (Step to the Stars), Nashchadky (Future Generations) Kumyry Ta Kumyrchyky (Big and Little Idols), Pisennyi Vernisazh (Song Vernissage).
In 2014 Sofia finished first in the Kyiv Art Time Contest and also participated in the Ukrainian national selection for Junior Eurovision. In 2015 she represented Ukraine at the Junior Sanremo Music Festival.
In addition to singing Sofia enjoys swimming, dance and acting classes and spending time with her friends and family. She especially loves the Ukrainian Carpathian region and enjoys visiting this part of her country on religious holidays when the whole family gets together. Sofia is proud of her cultural heritage and Ukrainian language and literature are her favourite subjects at school.
|Sweden: John Lundvik - Too late for love||111|
|The Netherlands: Ducan Laurance - Arcade||79|
|Russia: Sergey Lazarev - Scream||74|
|Malta: Michela - Chameleon||49|
|Switzerland: Luca Hänni - She got me||43|
|Spain: Miki - La venda||43|
|Ireland: Sarah Mcternan - 22||41|
|Armenia: Srbuk - Walking out||41|
|Italy: Mahmood - Soldi||40|
|Czech Republic: Lake Malawi - Friend of a frined||38|
|Cyprus: Tamta - Replay||32|
|Greece: Katerine Duska - Better love||32|
|Estonia: Victor Crone - Strom||26|
|Norway: Keiino - Spirit in the sky||26|
|North Macedonia: Tamara Tovdeska - Proud||26|
|Azerbaijan: Chingiz - Thrut||21|
|Belgium: Eliot - Wake up||19|
|Poland: Tulia - Pali sie (fire of love)||18|
|Denmark: Leonora - Love is forever||17|
|Iceland: Hatari - Hatrið mun sigra||15|
|United Kingdom: Michael Rice - Bigger than us||15|
|France: Bilal Hassani - Roi||14|
|Croatia: Roko - The dream||13|
|Germany: S!sters - Sister||12|
|Lithuania: Jurij Veklenko - Run with the lions||11|
|Slovenia: Zala Kralj & Gasper Santi - Sebi||11|
|Israel: Kobi Marimi - Home||9|
|Australia: Kate Miller Heidke - Zero Gravity||9|
|Albania: Jonida Maliqi - Ktheju tokës||8|
|Moldova: Anna Odobescu - Stay||7|
|Latvia: Carousel - That Night||6|
|Serbia: Nevena Bozovic - Kruna||6|
|Romania: Ester Peony - On a sunday||5|
|Montenegro: D mol - Heaven||4|
|Portugal: Conan Osiris - Telemóveis||4|
|San Marino: Serhat - Say na na na||3|
|Georgia: Oto Nemsadze - Keep on Going||0|
|Finland: Darude ft Sebastian Rejman - Look Away||0|
|Belarus: Zena - Like it||0|
|Austria: PÆNDA - Limits||0|
|Hungary: Joci Papai - Az é apám||0|
Number of voters: 16
EUROpanel is an ESCplus Network feature which brings former Eurovision and national selection participants together to create an annual pan-European scoring of the contest.