Greece gets the Australian 12 points in second semi-final

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Koza Mostra in the green room | Picture: Sander Hesterman/EBU

Yesterday, on Friday the Australian broadcaster SBS aired the first semi-final on its channel. Today it was time for second semi-final and the Australians could vote for their favorites online – the results of the first semi-final voting can be found here.

Each user was able to give 8, 10 and 12 points for favorite entries and here are the results:

1. Greece – 29,098 points
2. Norway – 23,926 points
3. Romania – 21,358 points
4. Azerbaijan – 20,646 points
5. Malta – 17,628 points
6. Finland – 13,210 points
7. Iceland – 12,100 points
8. Switzerland – 10,314 points
9. Latvia – 7,704 points
10. Bulgaria – 7,294 points

Once again the qualifiers are slightly different than the actual qualifiers as voted by the Europeans. One of the real qualifiers, Armenia, is the least liked while Switzerland, Latvia and Bulgaria all managed to score enough points to enter Top 10 in Australia.

11. FYR Macedonia – 6,272 points
12. Hungary – 6,138 points
13. Georgia – 5,898 points
14. Israel – 4,430 points
15. Albania – 4,072 points
16. San Marino – 3,092 points
17. Armenia – 2,990 points

While Eurovision Song Contest airs live across Europe tonight, Australia gets to enjoy the show tomorrow on Sunday. Interesting to see who really wins and who would win if it was up to Australia!

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