The United Kingdom’s last-placed Eurovision Music Contest access has had its ranking reduced through 5 issues, organisers say.
A revision of rankings manner Michael Rice’s music Larger Than Us best picked up 11 issues from Saturday’s last.
The competition mentioned an fallacious calculation have been used to create a “replace” set of issues after the Belarusian jury was once brushed aside.
The competition best 4 is unchanged – and Duncan Laurence from the Netherlands remains the winner along with his music Arcade.
Rice at the beginning secured 16 issues on the match in Tel Aviv, Israel – together with 3 from the general public vote – finishing up in 26th position.
After the revision of rankings, the 13 issues he was once awarded through the juries from the opposite collaborating international locations dropped to 8 issues.
The Belarusian jury have been brushed aside after their votes from the primary semi-final have been printed, in opposition to the competition laws.
The Eurovision Broadcast Union mentioned it then created a “replace aggregated consequence” according to the result of different international locations with identical vote casting data to decide the Belarusian jury rankings for the general.
On the other hand, “because of a human error an fallacious aggregated consequence was once used”.
It added: “The EBU and its companions… deeply be apologetic about that this mistake was once now not known previous and can evaluation the processes and controls in position to stop this from going down once more.”
Beneath the corrected vote, the profitable music from the Netherlands secured an extra six issues – completing up on 498 issues.
Italy, Russia and Switzerland made up the highest 4, all gaining further issues.
Norway was once a number of the different international locations to had been deducted issues, and fell from 5th to 6th position.
In spite of the United Kingdom consequence, Rice mentioned he had loved participating, including: “I am so grateful to the enthusiasts… in addition to my entire group who’ve supported me all through this entire superb adventure.”