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Australia withdraws from Junior Eurovision 2020

After today’s news that Wales will not participate at this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest, Australia have also announced their withdrawal from the 2020 competition. A spokesperson from national broadcaster SBS today stated, “Due to the current restrictions and the ongoing uncertainty around this situation, Australia will not be competing in the Junior Eurovision Contest 2020. We have informed the …

Junior Eurovision 2019: North Macedonia is YOUR favourite!

We asked #YOU, our wonderful readers, to vote on your favourite act in this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest, and with around an hour to go until the show begins, we can finally reveal your favourites. It was North Macedonia who took pride of place at the summit in our poll, narrowly taking the top spot with 19% of the …

Malta: Official video for Eliana Gomez Blanco’s JESC entry “We Are More” has been released!

Back in August we learned that Eliana Gomez Blanco would be representing Malta at Junior Eurovision 2019 when she won the national selection organized by the Maltese broadaster PBS. But over the weekend, the country of Malta decided it was time to officially release her entry for the contest. That means that the last entry to be released will come …

France: Et ça fait Bim Bam BOUM – France reveal JESC entry with a bang!

Another sun rises and with it come more JESC entries for the upcoming contest in Gliwice-Silesia. France kick off this rather drab Friday with an uncontested bop: They are represented by 14 year old Carla Lazzari who will perform the song “Bim Bam Toi”. Carla had previously competed in the French edition of The Voice Kids, reaching the final under …

Here it is – the Junior Eurovision 2019 stage!

The Junior Eurovision 2019 stage has finally been revealed by the contest organisers, with a Polish production designer the brains behind the exciting design. TVP have gone all-out for Poland’s first hosting of a Eurovision music event, with a colourful and unique backdrop designed by Giorgios Stylianou-Matsis, who also designed stages for various events in Poland including The X Factor, …

2013 Junior Eurovision Winner Gaia Cauchi Announces New Single “Why Should I?”

Last week Gaia Cauchi announced that she will be releasing her second ever track since her Junior Eurovision Song Contest win in 2013. The track titled “Why Should I?” is inspired by Cauchi’s experience with heartbreak and a breakup, and centers around the hurt that someone feels when they aren’t getting the same emotional investment from another person. When asked …

Teaser for Melani García’s Junior Eurovision Song posted online

[AdSense-B] Back in late July, Spain’s Radiotelevisión Española (RTVE) announced that Melani García would be representing them in the 2019 Junior Eurovision Contest. And on Friday, RTVE teased the first minute of her song “Marte” on the official Junior Eurovision Song Contest YouTube channel. The song features García’s amazing vocal range through a song that fuses a pop ballad with …

Junior Eurovision 2019: Gliwice chosen as host city

[AdSense-B] The European Broadcasting Union and the Polish national broadcaster Telewizja Polska (TVP) have jointly confirmed that this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held in the city of Gliwice in Silesia, in south-west Poland. Gliwice Arena, with a capacity of 13,752, will act as the host venue for Poland’s first hosting of a Eurovision Song Contest. Opened in …

Has Junior Eurovision lost its identity?

This editorial is written from the opinion of the author and does not represent the views of the other editors, the EBU or escYOUnited as a whole. [AdSense-B] In late November, Poland emerged victorious at the 2018 Junior Eurovision Song Contest (JESC), and this week it was confirmed they will host in 2019. Many congrats are due for Poland. However, …

Poland wins the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018

[AdSense-B] This afternoon, the highly anticipated Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018 was held live from the Minsk Arena in the capital of Belarus, the second time the venue had hosted the competition after 2010. 20 acts took to the stage ranging from the ages of 9 and 14, with Kazakhstan and Wales making their debuts in a Eurovision event. The …

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