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Split jury and televote result of semi-final 2 of Eurovision 2015

Split jury and televote result of semi-final 2 of Eurovision 2015
Emma Kiernan

The Eurovision Song Contest 2015 concluded on Saturday night and the split results of each semi-final and the final have now been released by the EBU.

After looking at the split results from semi-final 1, we will now take a look at the results of semi-final two.

 

Måns won both jury and televote

The winner of semi-final two, and eventual winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2015, was the bookmaker’s favourite, Sweden, with a record 217 points, the most ever received in a semi-final. Both the jury voters and televoters, once again, agreed on the winner of the semi-final. Måns Zelmerlöw achieved a massive 62 point lead ahead of second place country, Latvia.

 

Breaking streaks

Aminata Savadogo wrote herself into the Latvian history books, achieving the country’s highest ever placing in a semi-final, second place. She also brought her country to the final for the first time since 2008.

Iceland was considered a definite qualifier by many, until a nervous sounding performance by María Ólafs on Thursday night. Iceland slumped to 15th place and failed to qualify, placing 14th and 15th with the viewers and juries respectively. It is the first time since 2007 that Iceland does not qualify for the Grand Final. Back then, it was Eiríkur Hauksson who failed to make it with the song “Valentine Lost.”

 

Saved by the viewers and the juries

Interestingly, Malta would have qualified to the final on jury votes alone as the jury placed them in 5th place. However, the televote caused the small island nation to just miss out on the final, placing 11th overall. The same goes for Ireland, who was placed 7th by the jury vote, but second to last by the public, causing the country to place 12th overall.

Poland managed to qualify for the final thanks to the public, who placed them in fourth, whereas the jury, in a huge disagreement, had placed them second to last. Montenegro was also saved by the viewers, placing 11th with the jury.

On the other hand, Azerbaijan would have missed out on the final had the viewers held all of the power, as Elnur Hüseynov placed 11th in the televote. However, a 9th place with the juries meant that Azerbaijan just made it into Grand Final, placing 10th overall.

 

Full results

  1. Sweden – 217 points
  2. Latvia – 155 points
  3. Israel – 151 points
  4. Norway – 123 points
  5. Slovenia – 92 points
  6. Cyprus – 87 points
  7. Lithuania – 67 points
  8. Poland – 57 points
  9. Montenegro – 57 points
  10. Azerbaijan – 53 points
  11. Malta – 43 points
  12. Ireland – 35 points
  13. Czech Republic – 33 points
  14. Portugal – 19 points
  15. Iceland – 14 points
  16. San Marino – 11 points
  17. Switzerland – 4 points

 

 

Televotes

  1. Sweden – 195 points
  2. Israel – 157 points
  3. Latvia – 116 points
  4. Poland – 114 points
  5. Norway – 104 points
  6. Lithuania – 98 points
  7. Slovenia – 95 points
  8. Cyprus – 80 points
  9. Montenegro – 58 points
  10. Czech Republic – 51 points
  11. Azerbaijan – 37 points
  12. Malta – 32 points
  13. Portugal – 24 points
  14. Iceland – 21 points
  15. San Marino – 16 points
  16. Ireland – 14 points
  17. Switzerland – 6 points

Jury Votes

  1. Sweden – 208 points
  2. Latvia – 155 points
  3. Norway – 144 points
  4. Israel – 114 points
  5. Malta – 84 points
  6. Slovenia – 84 points
  7. Ireland – 84 points
  8. Cyprus – 76 points
  9. Azerbaijan – 67 points
  10. Lithuania – 52 points
  11. Montenegro – 47 points
  12. Czech Republic – 34 points
  13. Portugal – 23 points
  14. Switzerland – 15 points
  15. Iceland – 15 points
  16. Poland – 10 points
  17. San Marino – 6 points

 

Watch the performance of semi-final two winner, and eventual winner of the grand final, Sweden, below.

 

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