Full voting breakdown of Depi Evratesil revealed!

The Public TV Company of Armenia has issued the full voting results for Depi Evrasetil 2018.  On Sunday 25th February both the Armenia public and International Jury awarded Sevak Khanagyan the maximum 12 points and he will represent Armenia at Eurovision Song Contest 2018 with the song ‘Qami’.

The jurors and results were as follows:

Semi Final 1 (February 19th)

Jury members:

Sacha Jean Baptiste / Sweden / Creative Director and Choreographer
Mart Normet / Estonia / ESC Producer
Zita Kaminska / Latvia / TV Director, and Eurovision Head of Delegation
Tali Eshkoli / Israel / TV Producer, Eurovision Expert
Evi Papamichael / Cyprus
Mateusz Grzesinski / Poland

In Semi Final 1 there was a 3-way jury tie for 4th place between Gevorg Harutyunyan, Zhanna Davtyan and Tamar Kaprelian. The Armenian Broadcaster used ‘Eurovision Song Contest rules’ to break the tie by checking which act was awarded the most 12 points. If this failed to break the tie then the number of 10 points would be considered. The same mechanism would apply all the way down to number of 2 points awarded if necessary. After countback Zhanna Davtyan was awarded 4th, Gevorg Harutyunyan 5th and Tamar Kaprelian 6th place.

Nemra topped the jury vote and Gevorg Harutyunyan topped the SMS vote. The full results were as follows:

  1. Nemra – I’m A Liar – 22 points (12 jury + 10 televoting)
  2. Gevorg Harutyunyan – Stand Up – 18 points (6 jury + 12 televoting)
  3. Robert Koloyan – Get Away With Us – 14 points (8 jury + 6 televoting)
  4. Lusine Mardanyan – If You Don’t Walk Me Home – 13 points (10 jury + 3 televoting)
  5. Mger Armenia – Forever – 12 points (4 jury + 8 televoting)
  6. Tamar Kaprelian – Poison (Ari Ari) – 10 points (5 jury + 5 televoting)
  7. Gata Band – Shogha – 9 points (2 jury + 7 televoting)
  8. Zhanna Davtyan – Unbreakable – 9 points (7 jury + 2 televoting)
  9. Hayk Kasparov – Enamorame – 7 points (3 jury + 4 televoting)
  10. Angel – Heartbeat – 2 points (1 jury + 1 televoting)

Semi Final 2 (February 22nd)

The jury members:

Gordon Bonello / Malta / Show producer/ Creative Director
Molly Plank / Denmark / Executive producer, ESC head of Delegation
Felix Bergsson / Iceland / TV and Radio presenter, ESC Head Of Delegation
Jan Bors / Czech Republic / TV Producer, Head of Delegation
Olga Salamakha / Belarus / Deputy director, Head of Delegation
Natia Mshvenieradze / Georgia / International Projects Manager/ESC Head of Delegation

In Semi Final 2 there were jury vote ties broken between Asmik Shiroyan and AlternatiV for 3rd/4th place and between Suren Poghosyan and Tyom for 7th/8th places.  Sevak Khanagyan won both the jury and SMS vote whilst Kamil Show qualified despite coming last with the juries. The full results were as follows:

  1. Sevak Khanagyan – Qami – 24 points (12 jury + 12 televoting)
  2. Amaliya Margaryan – Waiting For The Sun – 18 points (10 jury + 8 televoting)
  3. Asmik Shiroyan – You And I – 14 points (8 jury + 6 televoting)
  4. Mariam Petrosyan – Fade – 13 points (6 jury + 7 televoting)
  5. Kamil Show – Puerto Rico – 11 points (1 jury + 10 televoting)
  6. TyoM – Follow The Ocean – 8 points (3 jury + 5 televoting)
  7. Maria’s Secret – Escape – 8 points (5 jury + 3 televoting)
  8. AlternatiV – Stare At Me – 8 points (7 jury + 1 televoting)
  9. Arman Mesropyan – What You Hide – 6 points (2 jury + 4 televoting)
  10. Suren Poghosyan – The Voice – 6 points (4 jury + 2 televoting)

Final (February 25th)

The jury members:

Nicola Caligiore / Italy /ESC Reference Group Member, Head of Delegation
Olga Salamakha / Belarus / Head of Delegation
Sacha Jean Baptiste / Sweden / Creative Director and Choreographer
Natia Mshvenieradze / Georgia / International Projects Manager/ESC Head of Delegation
Gordon Bonnello / Malta / Show producer/ Creative Director
Mart Normet / Estonia /TV producer /Head of Delegation
Ovi Jacobsen / Romania / Singer, songwriter, producer
Edoardo Grassi / France / Head of Delegation
Christer Bjorkman / Sweden / ESC Producer, Head of Delegation

In the Final, the televoting winner Sevak Khanagyan received 11,391 votes (and he also won the jury votes), well ahead of Kamil Show who picked up 5,961 televotes.

What do you think of this choice? Do you think that Armenia will qualify for the final this year? Let us know in the comments below or on our social media pages! Give a listen to “Qami” right here, it will be performed in the second half of the second semi final on May 10th.

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