Eurovision 2018: Voting order and spokespeople for Grand Final

Can you predict the winner based on the order in which the countries are voting? We have the full list for the 2018 Grand Final for you here. The list of spokespeople include a number of familiar Eurovision names.

Since 2010, the voting order has been determined by an elaborate mathematical algorithm to make the voting sequence as exciting as possible. As the televote is not yet know when the order is set, the results from the national juries was used to determine the order, and combined with voting patterns from previous years.

This year, the voting order was determined several weeks ago. It is presently unknown how this order was decided.

1 Ukraine Nataliia Zhyzhchenko (Onuka)
2 Azerbaijan Tural Asadov
3 Belarus NAVIBAND (Eurovision 2017)
4 San Marino John Kennedy O’Connor
5 Netherlands OG3NE (Eurovision 2017)
6 FYR Macedonia Jana Burceska (Eurovision 2017)
7 Malta Lara Azzopardi
8 Georgia Tako Gachechiladze (Eurovision 2017)
9 Spain Nieves Alvarez
10 Austria Kati Bellowitsch
11 Denmark Ulla Essendrop
12 United Kingdom Mel Giedroyc
13 Sweden Felix Sandman
14 Latvia Dagmāra Legante
15 Albania Andri Xhahu
16 Croatia Uršula Tolj
17 Ireland Nicky Byrne (Eurovision 2016)
18 Romania Sonia Argint-Ionescu
19 Czech Republic Radka Rosická
20 Iceland Edda Sif Pálsdóttir
21 Moldova Julieta Ardovan
22 Belgium Danira Boukhriss Terkessidis
23 Norway Aleksander Walmann & JOWST (Eurovision 2017)
24 France Élodie Gossuin
25 Italy Giulia Valentina Palermo
26 Australia Ricardo Goncalves
27 Estonia Ott Evestus
28 Serbia Dragana Kosjerina
29 Cyprus Hovig (ESC 2017)
30 Armenia Arsen Grigoryan
31 Bulgaria Joanna Dragneva (Eurovision 2008)
32 Greece Olyna (Olympia) Xenopoulou
33 Hungary Bence Forró
34 Montenegro Natasa Sotra
35 Germany Barbara Schöneberger
36 Finland Anna Abreu
37 Russia Alsou (Eurovision 2000, hostess 2009)
38 Switzerland Leticia Carvalho
39 Israel Lucy Ayoub
40 Poland Marcelina Zawadzka
41 Lithuania Eglė Daugėlaitė
42 Slovenia Maya “Amaya” Keuc (Eurovision 2011)
43 Portugal Pedro Ricardo Pacheco Fernandes

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