16:29 19 February 2016
New rules that will create a "dramatic finish" have been announced for the Eurovision Song Contest.
In previous years, each country's jury and public votes were combined and announced in one go.
Starting this year, the votes will be split with each country's jury vote cast first and votes from viewers in all countries combined and announced at the end.
This means that the winner will only be revealed at the very end.
Martin Osterdahl, executive producer for this year's show, said: "This format change will inject a new level of excitement into the finish of the Eurovision Song Contest."
Meanwhile, Jon Ola Sand, executive supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest, said that new rules will "make a better television show as well as a more exciting competition".
He added: "It is fitting that this change to the contest's iconic scoring sequence will be debuted in Stockholm, where the famous douze points system was introduced in 1975."
The grand final for the Eurovision Song Content will take place in Stockholm on Saturday 14 May.