ESC 2014: Spokespersons and voting order

Azerbaijan voting 2013

The juries of all 37 participating countries have now voted based on the performances of the second dress rehearsal. When these votes were received, EBU created the order in which the countries will announce their points on Saturday night. This is to keep the voting exciting for as long as possible.

The list of spokespersons includes many familiar names from the previous song contests. Belgium picked its spokesperson in a unique way as they arranged a contest for fans to become the country’s spokesperson.

  1. Azerbaijan: (Sabina Babayeva) (Azerbaijan 2012)
  2. Greece: (Andrianna Maggania)
  3. Poland : (Pauliana Chylewska)
  4. Albania: (Andri Xhahu)
  5. San Marino: (Michele Perniola) (JESC 2013)
  6. Denmark: (Sofie Lassen-Kahlke)
  7. Montenegro: (Tijana Miskovic)
  8. Romania: (Sonia Argint Ionescu)
  9. Russia: (Alsou) (Russia 2000, host 2009)
  10. Netherlands: (Tim Douwsma)
  11. Malta: (Valentina Rossi)
  12. France: (Elodie Suigo)
  13. United Kingdom (Scott Mills)
  14. Latvia: (Ralfs Eilands) (Latvia 2013)
  15. Armenia: (Anna Avanesyan)
  16. Iceland: (Benedikt Valsson)
  17. F.Y.R. Macedonia (Marko Mark)
  18. Sweden: (Alcazar) (Melodifestivalen participants)
  19. Belarus: (Alyona Lanskaya) (Belarus 2013)
  20. Germany: (Helene Fischer)
  21. Israel: (Ofer Nachshon)
  22. Portugal: (Joana Teles)
  23. Norway: (Margrethe Røed)
  24. Estonia: (Lauri Pihlap)
  25. Hungary: (Éva Novodomszky)
  26. Moldova: (Olivia Furtuna)
  27. Ireland: (Nicky Byrne)
  28. Finland: (Redrama) (UMK juror)
  29. Lithuania: (Ignas Krupavicius)
  30. Austria: (Kati Bellowitsch)
  31. Spain: (Carolina Casado)
  32. Belgium: (Angelique Vlieghe)
  33. Italy: (Linus)
  34. Ukraine: (Zlata Ognevich) (Ukraine 2013)
  35. Switzerland: (Kurt Aeschbacher)
  36. Georgia: (Nodi Tatishvili and Sophi Gelovani) (Georgia 2013)
  37. Slovenia: (Ula Furlan)