Georgia won the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest with 239 points, followed by Armenia (232 points) and Italy (209 points). Let's dive into the results and while we're at it, have a look at the breakdown of the kids jury results per country as well.
First, the three experts gave their 1 to 8, 10 and 12 points. Expert 1 was Mads Grimstad, opera singer and senior project manager at Universal Music. Expert 2 was Christer Björkman, contest producer of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest. Jedward were classed as one unit and their votes are presented as Expert 3. You can find their points at the scoreboard page.
Then, each national spokesperson revealed the 1 to 8, 10 and 12 points of their adult jury. You can also find their results at the scoreboard page.
In each country, a jury made up of kids between 10 and 15 years old also gave 1 to 8, 10 and 12 points. The tension really went up when these results were added up and revealed as grand totals one by one. A lot of big numbers, which we have broken down for you right here. Note that this table ONLY contains the kids votes. For the full combined results, have a look at the scoreboard page.
The kids jury awarded most points to Armenia, which finished 2nd at the end of the show.
After combining the expert judges' votes, the adult juries and the kids juries, Russia and Australia both finished with 202 points. In accordance with the voting rules of the 2016 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, that determine that the country with most points from the kids jury ranks higher in a tie situation, Russia finished 4th and Australia came 5th. Israel and Cyprus both ended up with 27 points. According to the rules, Israel came 15th, while Cyprus finished 16th.
Once again, for the full combined results, have a look at the scoreboard page. Have fun, whizz-kids!