We're used to the familiar sound of "douze points" at the Eurovision Song Contest but this year will see an added element to the voting.
Up to now, each country has had a national jury AND the televotes combined in a 50/50 split to provide points from 1 to 12. Under this new system, the jury votes will be read out as normal by the spokespeople around Europe but the televote from each country will be combined and the hosts will announce those scores from lowest to highest, meaning that the winner of the competition won't be known until the very last moment.
In recent years, the winner of the contest has been announced before the final votes have come in, with the presenters then going back to receive the final votes.
The change will also apply to the semi-finals, however as with previous years, the 10 qualifiers will be announced in random order without revealing their points.
Last year's contest saw a massive change to the conest with the introduction of Australia. They will return for 2016.
The Eurovision Song Contest takes place in Stockholm, Sweden on the 10th, 12th and 14th of May.