After a year off, Eurovision is back! Thirty-nine acts will compete at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam, but there can only be one winner. To help you make an informed decision about where to cast your vote, the Wiwi Jury — our in-house panel of music unprofessionals — has previewed and reviewed each of this year’s acts. It’s hard work being honest, but somebody has to do it.

Our jury consists of 22 jurors who hail from Australia, Colombia, Germany, Iceland, Israel, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, the UK, the United States and Venezuela. We are truly international, y’all!

Each juror assesses each song independently and then awards each song a score from 0 to 10. The highest and lowest scores are then dropped to determine the Wiwi Jury average.

Reviews were made in March 2021 and are based on available versions of the songs at that time. As always, Wiwi Jury reviews will not be changed to reflect new information from pre-party performances or the Eurovision rehearsals.

Eurovision 2021 reviews and rankings

  1. Switzerland: Gjon’s Tears – “Tout l’univers” (8.77)
  2. France: Barbara Pravi – “Voilà” (8.73)
  3. Malta: Destiny – “Je me casse” (8.39)
  4. San Marino: Senhit – “Adrenalina” (8.2)
  5. Lithuania: The Roop – “Discoteque” (7.89)
  6. Italy: Måneskin – “Zitti e buoni” (7.7) *
  7. Ireland: Lesley Roy – “Maps” (7.7)
  8. Cyprus: Elena Tsagrinou – “El diablo” (7.45)
  9. Iceland: Daði og Gagnamagnið – “10 Years” (7.39)
  10. Finland: Blind Channel – “Dark Side” (7.34)
  11. Ukraine: Go_A – “SHUM” (7.32)
  12. Russia: Manizha – “Russian Woman” (7.18)
  13. Sweden: Tusse – “Voices” (7.14)
  14. Bulgaria: Victoria – “Growing Up Is Getting Old” (7.09)
  15. Romania: Roxen – “Amnesia” (6.95)
  16. Moldova: Natalia Gordienko – “Sugar” (6.93)
  17. Netherlands: Jeangu Macrooy – “Birth of a New Age” (6.86)
  18. Australia: Montaigne – “Technicolour” (6.84)
  19. Greece: Stefania – “Last Dance” (6.82) *
  20. United Kingdom: James Newman – “Embers” (6.82)
  21. Croatia: Albina – “Tick-Tock” (6.75)
  22. Azerbaijan: Efendi – “Mata Hari” (6.57)
  23. Israel: Eden Alene – “Set Me Free” (6.45)
  24. Latvia: Samanta Tīna – “The Moon Is Rising” (6.34)
  25. Czech Republic: Benny Cristo – “Omaga” (6.16) *
  26. Belgium: Hooverphonic – “The Wrong Place” (6.16)
  27. Serbia: Hurricane – “Loco Loco” (6.09)
  28. Albania: Anxhela Peristeri – “Karma” (5.89) *
  29. Norway: Tix – “Fallen Angel” (5.89)
  30. Spain: Blas Cantó – “Voy a quedarme” (5.34)
  31. Germany: Jendrik – “I Don’t Feel Hate” (5.14)
  32. Estonia: Uku Suviste – “The Lucky One” (5.07)
  33. Austria: Vincent Bueno – “Amen” (4.89)
  34. Slovenia: Ana Soklič – “Amen” (4.84) *
  35. Denmark: Fyr & Flamme – “Øve os på hinanden” (4.84)
  36. Poland: Rafał – “The Ride” (4.5)
  37. Portugal: The Black Mamba – “Love Is on My Side” (4.32)
  38. North Macedonia: Vasil – “Here I Stand” (4.05)
  39. Georgia: Tornike Kipiani – “You” (3.82)

Tiebreak winners are indicated with an asterisk (*)

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Kristian
Kristian
6 days ago

So amongst the Wiwi favourites only Ireland and Romania are precariously placed .

Nya
Nya
9 days ago

I also think France will win tbh

Ian
Ian
10 days ago

Greece is tooo low

Chrysss
Chrysss
10 days ago

Greece so so so so underrated in this year’s wiwijury, this is sad actually!

notyourtoy
notyourtoy
11 days ago

Wow, Greece is SO SO underrated

ESC Australia
18 days ago

Just wondering, how do you resolve the tiebreakers?

NickC
NickC
12 days ago

Robin would you mind sharing the average score of all songs for this year? And last 5 years?

Iancu
Iancu
20 days ago

Update the top please:(

Danni
Danni
29 days ago

I am excited for the Wiwi Jury!!!!!