Leading all the way to Turkey, we are collaborating with our friends at the Eurovision news website, ESCin5.com!
Our Eurovision jury teams
Four members of the ESC Reporter team join four members of ESCin5 to rate all the songs of Eurovision 2015. The songs will be rated on a scale from 0 to 5, with cumulative results being added for each post to form a total ranking. With eight people voting, a song can gather a maximum of 40 points.
Kemal Can Arat
Helin Ege Tok
The voting, part 4: Georgia, Lithuania, Ireland, San Marino, Montenegro
In the fourth part of our voting, we will look at the last entry from the first semi-final and break into the first four entries from the second semi-final!
Eric I get the feeling that I have heard this song before. Really.
Kemal I prefer “Moj Svijet.”
Erdi Made by Zeljko, but I was expecting something bigger.
Helin Its clearly a Zeljko Joksimovic song. Knez even sings like him.
Maral This is pure poetry! I love the lyrics.
Emma I didn’t expect anything less from Zeljko. Beautiful music, and Knez is perfect for the song.
Tolgahan Great Balkan influences!
Iain The introductory music is far too long, the song is alright but good for them singing in their own language.
= Total score: 21
After the fourth round of voting, we’re half way through the entries! Georgia managed to squeeze in front of The Netherlands and Russia, placing third. San Marino unfortunately wasn’t that lucky, falling under Hungary second to last.
Check back soon for the fifth part of Judging 2015, where we will look at Malta, Norway, Portugal, Czech Republic, and Israel!
1: Estonia – 37
2: Belgium – 34 3: Georgia – 31
4: The Netherlands – 30
4: Russia – 30 6: Lithuania – 27
7: Albania – 26
7: Belarus – 26
9: Moldova – 24
10: Armenia – 22 11: Montenegro – 21
11: Serbia – 21 13: Ireland – 20
13: Greece – 20
13: Macedonia – 20
16: Denmark – 19
17: Romania – 18
18: Hungary – 17 19: San Marino – 16
20: Finland – 3