The European Broadcasting Union has revealed the full results of this year’s Semi-Finals. The outcome was determined by the combined 50/50 system of jury votes and televotes.
The winner of the Semi-Final 1 held on May 8 on Tuesday night was Netta from Israel, who scored a combined 283 points. The runner up was Eleni Foureira from Cyprus, who scored 262 combined points. The country that came last and scored the lowest points in the Semi-Final 1 was Iceland represented by Ari Olafsson who won 15 points in total.
All countries that participated in Semi-Final 1 as well as United Kingdom, Spain and Portugal were able to vote.
The full result of the Semi-Final 1 can be seen down below.
The winner of the Semi-Final 2 held on May 10 on Thursday night was Norway represented by Alexander Rybak who scored a combined 266 points. The runner up was Sweden represented by Benjamin Ingrosso with 254 combined points. The country that finished on the last place was Georgia represented by Ethno Jazz band Iriao with 24 points in total.
All countries from Semi-Final 2 plus France, Germany and Italy were able to vote in this Semi-Final.
The results of the Semi-Final two can be seen down below.
The individual rankings of the televote and jury results can be seen on the Eurovision.tv
For the first time ever, since the introduction of Semi-Finals in 2004, Russia, Romania and Azerbaijan failed to qualify for the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest.
Ukraine and Australia remain the only countries in this competition to have a perfect strike of 100% qualification.
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