The full list, which you can find it at the bottom of this story is preliminary, and changes may occur due to unforeseen circumstances in the lead up to the Semi-Finals and the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest. Keep an eye on this story to follow any changes in the juries in the lead up to the shows.
Traditionally, the jury members will come together to watch the second Dress Rehearsal of each show, live as it happens, via a dedicated satellite channel at each country's public broadcaster headquarters. Their work will be supervised by a notary, and the EBU's independent observers of PwC reserve the rights to pay ad-hoc surprise visits to the jury gatherings in order to re-assure that the jury voting is being conducted in accordance with the Rules of the Eurovision Song Contest.
Each jury member is asked to evaluate the vocal capacity, the performance on stage, the composition and originality of the song and the overall impression by the act, and rank all entries, except their own country's contribution, in order. Each jury member should vote independently from the others.
After the submission of their vote, the EBU and PwC intensely work together to check and verify the jury results. In case of apparent irregularities, a national jury vote may be discarded.
There are strict admission rules to become a member of the jury
Since 2014, the European Broadcasting Union has announced the list of national jury members in advance of the contest.