Azerbaijan qualified despite 0 points from televoters, Cyprus becomes jury victim

Azerbaijan has qualified for the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 despite getting only 0 points from televoters. This has become clear from the split results of the Eurovision Song Contest Semi Final 2. Nadir Rustamli finished 6th in the jury vote with 96 points, saving him from non qualification. Cyprus became the victim of this.

Singer Andromecha finished 9th in the televote. However, juries put her in last place, and favored Azerbaijan. Meanwhile Cornelia Jakobs from Sweden won the semi final by getting the most points from both televoters and juries. Australia was second thanks to a massive jury vote, while Serbia finished third after winning the televote.

Split Results Eurovision 2022 Semi-final two

OVERALL TELEVOTE JURY
1 Sweden 396 1 Serbia 174 1 Sweden 222
2 Australia 243 2 Sweden 174 2 Australia 169
3 Serbia 237 3 Czech Republic 125 3 Estonia 113
4 Czech Republic 227 4 Poland 114 4 Belgium 105
5 Estonia 209 5 Romania 100 5 Czech Republic 102
6 Poland 198 6 Finland 99 6 Azerbaijan 96
7 Finland 162 7 Estonia 96 7 Poland 84
8 Belgium 151 8 Australia 74 8 Finland 63
9 Romania 118 9 Cyprus 54 9 Serbia 63
10 Azerbaijan 96 10 Belgium 46 10 North Macedonia 56
11 North Macedonia 76 11 Ireland 35 11 Israel 34
12 Cyprus 63 12 San Marino 29 12 Malta 27
13 Israel 61 13 Israel 27 13 San Marino 21
14 San Marino 50 14 Montenegro 22 14 Romania 18
15 Ireland 47 15 Malta 20 15 Georgia 13
16 Malta 47 16 North Macedonia 20 16 Ireland 12
17 Montenegro 33 17 Georgia 9 17 Montenegro 11
18 Georgia 22 18 Azerbaijan 0 18 Cyprus 9

Juries made several interesting decisions in this semi final. They chose North Macedonia as a qualifier instead of Romania (however this was undone by televoting), and they put Jeremie Makiese from Belgium in the 4th place. Check out all the split results from the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 Semi Final 2 in the table above.

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