Czech Republic: International jury’s votes completed with the last set of 12 points
Following the eight members ( Cesar Sampson and Rasmussen, Ira Losco and ZiBBz AWS and Elina Nechayeva, Alma and Ari Ólafsson ) of the international jury for the country’s national final ESCZ 2019, it was time for Ryan O’Shaugnessy and JOWST to reveal their votes completing in fact the Internationl jury’s votes.
10 sets of 12 points by the International jury for the country’s national final have been revealed through all the past week, as the 10 jurors cast their votes by awarding their 12 points to the national final candidates. Daily (apart from Saturday) at 18:00 CET and at 20:00 CET the jury votes were progressively unveiled until today. Tomorrow January 28, once the overall jury and public votes are released, the final winner will be announced.
Ryan O’Shaugnessy ‘s Votes
The ninth member of the International jury to reveal his votes is Ryan O’Shaugnessy from Ireland, who represented his country at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest with his song “Together”. His 12 points go to Lake Malawi and his entry “Friend of a Friend”.
The 1oth and last jury member to reveal its votes is JOWST, Norway’s Eurovision 2017 representative with the song Grab the moment. Jowst gave the jury’s last 12 points to Lake Malawi and his entry “Friend of a Friend”
Having all the jurors revealed their 12 points, Lake Malawi is in the lead with 48 points:
- Lake Malawi – Friend of a Friend – 48 points
- Jakub Ondra – Space Sushi
- Tomáš Boček – Don’t Know Why
- Pam Rabbit – Easy To Believe
- Jara Vymer – On My Knees
- Barbora Mochowa – True Colors – 36 points
- Hana Barbara – Poslední slova tobě
- Andrea Holá – Give Me A Hint – 12 points
The overall results of the international jury and the public votes will be released tomorrow, January 28, at a special press conference from 14:30 CET. Once the full results have been unveiled, the act who will represent Czech Republic in Tel Aviv will be announced.