With the grand final of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest just one week away, we’ve comprised a list of the spokespeople that have been announced so far. As always, every country will have a spokesperson to present their 12 points from their national juries – who, for the first time since 2013, won’t be announced until the night of the grand final.
Over the past month, broadcasters have been announcing who will reveal their jury’s “douze points”. Some countries have opted for many familiar faces – some of which have even competed in the contest before including Carola and reigning champion Duncan Laurence.
“Douze points” from…
Below, you can see all 21 spokespeople that have been announced so far:
- Albania – Andri Xhahu
- Austria – Philipp Hansa
- Croatia – Ivan Dorian Molnar
- Cyprus – Loukas Hamatsos
- Czech Republic – Taťána Kuchařová
- Denmark – Tina Müller (Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2021 host)
- France – Carla (represented France at Junior Eurovision 2019)
- Germany – Barbara Schöneberger
- Greece – Manolis Gkinis
- Iceland – Hannes Óli Ágústsson
- Israel – Lucy Ayoub (Eurovision 2019 host)
- Italy – Carolina Di Domenico
- Netherlands – Duncan Laurence (Eurovision 2019 winner)
- Poland – Ida Nowakowska (Junior Eurovision 2019 & 2020 host)
- Portugal – Elisa (was due to represent Portugal at Eurovision 2020)
- Romania – Cătălina Ponor
- San Marino – Monica Fabbri
- Slovenia – Lorella Flego
- Sweden – Carola (represented Sweden at Eurovision 1983, 1991 & 2006)
- Switzerland – Angélique Beldner
- United Kingdom – Amanda Holden
We’ll keep you posted over the coming week about any more spokespeople who are announced to present the points for their country.
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