There is now less than a week until the final of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, soon we will know who will become the 21st winner of the competition and who will follow in the footsteps of Lissandro, who came victorious last year in Yerevan, Armenia, and all the prior winners.

Nice 2023 – Running Order

Yesterday finally saw the opening ceremony take place, where the participants from the 16 participating countries took to the red carpet and feel like the young stars they are, or in this year’s case, the heroes they are. During the ceremony, it was revealed and decided, that Spain would be opening the show, while Netherlands will close it. France as the host nation, was also decided to perform 12th in the running order, since being the host nation.

This still left out the remaining 13 countries, who instead would have the starting position decided by the producers, to fit the show best as possible, based on the 3 draws that took place during the ceremony as well.

After a few hours, the EBU could reveal that a running order had now been set, and it will go as follows:

  1. 🇪🇸 – Spain: Sandra Valero – “Loviu
  2. 🇲🇹 – Malta: Yulan – “Stronger
  3. 🇺🇦 – Ukraine: Anastasia Dymyd – “Kvitka
  4. 🇮🇪 – Ireland: Jessica McKean – “Aisling
  5. 🇬🇧 – United Kingdom: Stand Uniqu3 – “Back To Life
  6. 🇲🇰 – North Macedonia: Tamara Grujeska – “Kaži Mi, Kaži Mi Koj
  7. 🇪🇪 – Estonia: Arhanna – “Hoiame Kokku
  8. 🇦🇲 – Armenia: Yan Girls – “Do It My Way
  9. 🇵🇱 – Poland: Maja Krzyżewska – “I Just Need a Friend
  10. 🇬🇪 – Georgia: Anastasia & Ranina – “Over The Sky
  11. 🇵🇹 – Portugal: Júlia Machado – “Where I Belong
  12. 🇫🇷 – France: Zoé Clauzure – “Cœur
  13. 🇦🇱 – Albania: Viola Gjyzeli – “Bota Ime
  14. 🇮🇹 – Italy: Melissa & Ranya – “Un Mondo Giusto
  15. 🇩🇪 – Germany: Fia – “Ohne Worte
  16. 🇳🇱 – Netherlands: Sep & Jasmijn – “Holding On to You

The show may first air on the 26th of November, but stay prepared, as the voting will open sooner than that. As we roll into the rehearsals, clips will be shared online by the EBU, who will open the online voting starting on Friday the 24th of November, at 20:00 CET (8 PM).

The online voting will last until the minute before the live show starts and will then re-open again for an approximate of 15 minutes, as soon as the last song has been performed. Everyone is eligible to vote, wherever they might be located.

Stay Updated!

If you’re excited for the show, then keep in touch with us, as we will be present behind the scenes at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest this year! Arnaud and Melanie will be reporting and sharing as much content as possible, on our social media channels which are linked below.

It’s all happening soon, so the question that remains, will #YOU be following our live updates and who do #YOU hope will take the crown this year?
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