According to the new site www.bt.dk, the points given by the Danish Juror, Hilda Heick, have been revealed in the wrong order.

 

It was admitted to the Danish press the morning after the contest, that the ranking she submitted was incorrect. This means her favourite entry was ranked last and the entry that was marked at the bottom was meant to be ranked at the top. Her final ranking means that in the final Hilda put the following countries in the top positions:

  1. Georgia
  2. Ukraine
  3. Croatia
  4. Armenia
  5. Serbia
  6. Germany
  7. Austria
  8. Malta
  9. Cyprus
  10. Czech Republic

Instead her rank should have been:

  1. Australia
  2. The Netherlands
  3. Russia
  4. France
  5. Belgium
  6. Spain
  7. Sweden
  8. Israel
  9. Italy
  10. Poland

Her votes have affected the the final outcome of the Danish jury voting. This includes Ukraine no longer being given any points whatsoever and instead Australia receiving the 12 points:

  1. Australia – 12 points (Instead of previous 10 points)
  2. Netherlands – 10 points (Recieves 3 more points)
  3. Belgium – 8 points (No change)
  4. Sweden – 7 points (Recieves 3 more points)
  5. Bulgaria – 6 points (No change)
  6. Spain – 5 points (Recieves 4 more points)
  7. Israel – 4 points (Recieves 2 more points)
  8. Russia – 3 points (Recieves 3 more points)
  9. France – 2 points (Recieves 2 more points)
  10. Lithuania – 1 point (Receives 4 less points)

Ukraine ends up in 11th place having the average jury ranking of 10.2. The UK looses points from the Danish Jury. The final outcome is as follows:

  1. Ukraine – 522 points (Loses 12 points)
  2. Australia – 513 (Gains 2 points)
  3. Russia – 494 (Gains 3 points)
  4. Bulgaria – 307
  5. Sweden – 264 (Gains 3 points)
  6. France – 259 (Gains 2 points)
  7. Armenia – 249
  8. Poland – 229
  9. Lithuania – 196 (Loses 4 points)
  10. Belgium – 181
  11. The Netherlands – 156 (Gains 3 points)
  12. Malta – 153
  13. Austria – 151
  14. Israel – 137 (Gains 2 points)
  15. Latvia – 132
  16. Italy – 124
  17. Azerbaijan – 117
  18. Serbia – 115
  19. Hungary – 108
  20. Georgia – 104
  21. Cyprus – 96
  22. Spain – 81 (Gains 4 points)
  23. Croatia – 73
  24. United Kingdom – 59 (Loses 3 points)
  25. Czech Republic – 41
  26. Germany – 11

Source: www.bt.dk

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