It seems that EBU and SVT are making even MORE changes to the voting presentation of this year’s contest, with and multiple fan outlets reporting that only the Top 10 countries in the international televoting will actually have their points read out.

The German Eurovision portal reports that the countries who finished 11th to 26th in the televoting results of Europe will have their combined totals reported immediately after the conclusion of the jury voting – which has also undergone a shortening process – which will see the hosts only announce the Top 10 in televoting in reverse order.

Both the EBU and SVT have neglected to comment on such reports but this would see a very dramatic overhaul of the system we have grown to know and love over the last few decades.

What do you think of the news? Would this be a good idea or an anti-climax? Share your thoughts and impressions below!

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