Following yesterday’s Jury Final, an algorithm has been run by the EBU / SVT to determine the most exciting voting results order. Below is the order of voting results to be announced tonight, as well as the spokesperson who will be giving the results. All results will be announced in English apart for Belgium, France and Switzerland who will announce in French.

As you may recall from Eurovision 2011, Sweden’s Eric Saade was the leader halfway through the contest, but Azerbaijan’s Ell & Nikki pushed through for the win as the last votes rolled in. That was way more exciting than in 2010 when Germany’s Lena led halfway through….and at the end. The EBU wants to bring the DRAMA!

So what do you make of the order? Who does this imply is likely to win??

1. San Marino (John Kennedy O’Connor)
2. Sweden (Yohio)
3. Albania (Andri Xhahu)
4. Netherlands (Cornald Maas)
5. Austria (Kati Bellowitsch)
6. United Kingdom (Scott Mills)
7. Israel (Ofer Nachshon)
8. Serbia (Maja Nikolic)
9. Ukraine (Matias)
10. Hungary (Éva Novodomszky)
11. Romania (Sonia Argint)
12. Moldova (Olivia Furtuna)
13. Azerbaijan (Tamilla Shirinova)
14. Norway (Tooji)
15. Armenia (Andre)
16. Italy (Federica Gentile)
17. Finland (Kristiina Wheeler)
18. Spain (Inés Paz)
19. Belarus (Darya Domracheva)
20. Latvia (Anmary)
21. Bulgaria (Joana Dragneva)
22. Belgium (Barbara Louys)
23. Russia (Alsou)
24. Malta (Emma Hickey)
25. Estonia (Rolf Roosalu)
26. Germany (Lena)
27. Iceland (Maria Sigrun Hilmarsdottir)
28. France (Marine Vignes)
29. Greece (Andriana Magania)
30. Ireland (Nicky Byrne)
31. Denmark (Sofie Lassen-Kalhke)
32. Montenegro (Ivana Sebek)
33. Slovenia (Andrea F)
34. Georgia (Liza Tsiklauri)
35. F.Y.R. Macedonia (Dimitar Atanasovski)
36. Cyprus (Loukas Hamatsos)
37. Croatia (Uršula Tolj)
38. Switzerland (Mélanie Freymond)
39. Lithuania (Ignas Krupavicius)

You can read our song reviews on the Wiwi Jury page. Then read the lyrics to this year’s entries on our contestants page. And then vote for your favourite contestants in our various polls.

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joey
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joey

i don’t think it’s gonna be geopolitically sensible….

denmark!!! hopefully with a big margin!!!

scarlish
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lets vote for malta very cute song 12 points from me go malta

karina
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karina

since the voting is geopolitical the winner will be Danemark…or Norway…but the best voices and our winner is Cezar from Romania and Ukraine…

karina
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karina

since the voting is geopolitical the winner will be Danemark…or Norway…but the best voices and our winner is Cezar and Ukraine…

Alex
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Alex

Denmark will win, but it will be close. Still, not so sure about Denmark. If not for Emmelie, then Zlata, or Anouk!

Ana
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Ana

Farid Mammadov had the best song and the most original performance overall. He sang a beautiful ballad delivered with passion and sophistication. I hope his performance is the 2013 Eurovision winner. Azerbaijan for the win!

Melissa J
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Melissa J

Whoever wins, please don’t break Alexander Rybak’s record!

aris
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aris

seems like greece, azerbaijan or possibly romania

redarrow
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i agree with natalie 100% this year malta should win

B
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B

The voting order and in theory everything else coming into play should make this one of the most exciting Eurovision Finals in a long, long, loooong time. Having said that, please Europe, if Denmark is destined to win, don’t let them win with a big margin! Please keep the voting exciting!

JulianaESC
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JulianaESC

The fact that so many ex-Yugoslav countries vote towards the end is interesting. Last year the Nordic countries were pushed towards the end so there would be excitement in the beginning. Honestly, if I had to guess the winner it would seriosuly be Greece or Azerbaijan. Less likely but still possible are Italy and even Romania. I could be wrong though.

Natalie Mallett
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Natalie Mallett

Malta with Gianluca has the winning song for me this year. The song is different from all the others. It radiates true joy, happiness and positivity.