180 jurors for Eurojury 2020 across 42 countries

Eurojury 2020 will be the largest version to date, accumulating a mammoth 180 jurors from across 42 different nations. With an average of 4 per country, these are the people who will help determine the winner of Eurojury – and give us an insight as to who might have won the Eurovision Song Contest 2020.

The full list of 180 jurors who will decide half the result of Eurojury 2020. © Eurovoix

From Iceland to Australia, San Marino to Slovakia…

…it’s fair to say the breadth of the Eurovision family is represented by the panel of jurors in Eurojury 2020.

Notable names include Conchita, Emmelie de Forest, Courtney Act, Paul Potts, Anna Bergendahl, Julia Morris, Jenny Ryan, Dotter, Ana Matronic, and… Paul Chuckle!

The panel contains 57 former Eurovision participants, including four winners from the past quarter of a century and another from the 1980s; 17 former Junior Eurovision participants, including two winners; 74 artists who have competed in Eurovision national selections; and 32 special guests including Eurovision Song Contest hosts, a Eurovision Young Musicians winner, BRIT Award winners, film stars and producers, comedians and talent show winners.

Eurojury predicted Netta and Duncan – who next?

In the last two years, Eurojury has predicted the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest correctly with Netta winning in 2018 and Duncan Laurence in 2019.

Public voting is currently underway. You can have your say on who would have won the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 by submitting your vote here.

The running order for the two semifinals has been released by Eurovoix too:

Semifinal 1 of Eurojury 2020. © Eurovoix
Semifinal 2 of Eurojury 2020. © Eurovoix

The three shows will be broadcast on April 27, April 29 and May 1. You can keep up to date with the latest developments by following Eurojury on Twitter. Catch the broadcasts on their website here.

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