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Eurovision 2018: Voting Order & Spokespersons

The voting order and spokespersons for Eurovision 2018 Grand Final have been revealed

As the previous years, the voting order has been determined by the broadcaster. Other years the voting order was decided by an algorithm to try to make the voting as exciting as possible, based on the results from Friday's Jury Rehearsal. This year the jury votes are split from the televotes, so the order is determined based on technical and operational logistics.

1Ukraine Nataliia Zhyzhchenko
2AzerbaijanTural Asadov
3BelarusNAVIBAND (Belarus 2017)
4San MarinoJohn Kennedy O'Connor
5NetherlandsOG3NE (Netherlands 2017)
6FYR MacedoniaJana Burceska (FYR Macedonia 2017)
7MaltaLara Azzopardi
8GeorgiaTako Gachechiladze (Georgia 2017)
9SpainNieves Alvarez
10AustriaKati Bellowitsch
11DenmarkUlla Essendrop
12United KingdomMel Giedroyc
13SwedenFelix Sandman
14LatviaDagmara Legante
15AlbaniaAndri Xhahu
16CroatiaUršula Tolj
17IrelandNicky Byrne (Ireland 2016)
18RomaniaArgint-Ionescu
19Czech RepublicRadka Rosická
20IcelandEdda Sif Pálsdóttir
21MoldovaJulieta Ardovan
22BelgiumDanira Boukhriss Terkessidis
23NorwayAleksander Walmann & JOWST (Norway 2017)
24FranceÉlodie Gossuin
25ItalyGiulia Valentina Palermo
26AustraliaRicardo Goncalves
27EstoniaOtt Evestus
28SerbiaDragana Kosjerina
29CyprusHovig (Cyprus 2017)
30ArmeniaArsen Grigoryan
31BulgariaJoanna Dragneva (Bulgaria 2008)
32Greece Olyna Xenopoulou
33Hungary Bence Forró
34MontenegroNatasa Sotra
35GermanyBarbara Schöneberger
36FinlandAnna Abreu
37RussiaAlsou (Russia 2000, hostess 2009)
38SwitzerlandLeticia Carvalho
39IsraelLucy Ayoub
40PolandMarcelina Zawadzka
41LithuaniaEglė Daugėlaitė
42SloveniaMaya Keuc (Slovenia 2011)
43PortugalPedro Ricardo Pacheco Fernandes

Eurovision Song Contest 2018

The 63rd Eurovision Song Contest takes place on 8, 10 and 12 May 2018. The contest is hosted by Lisbon, Portugal, and produced by the Portuguese broadcaster RTP.

  • Location: Altice Arena, Lisbon, Portugal
  • Participants: 43
  • Semi-final 1: 8 May 2018 – 19 participants: The 10 songs with highest points qualify to the Grand Final
  • Semi-final 2: 10 May 2018 – 18 participants: The 10 songs with highest points qualify to the Grand Final
  • Grand Final: 12 May 2018. 26 participants: Portugal (host), Big-5 (Germany, Spain, France, Italy and United Kingdom), 10 best from Semi-Final 1, 10 best from Semi-Final 2



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