Junior Eurovision – As expected after Ukraine’s win in Amsterdam in December, it was confirmed today by the EBU Reference Group that the next Junior Eurovision will be held in Kiev, at the”Ukraine” Palace on November 30th 2013. This holds an audience of 3,700. No format has been announced yet, this is under discussion and it is hoped to attract more participants this year. Source: EscKaz
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The Winner – Conratulations to Ukraine, who won the 2012 Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Amsterdam last night, with Anastasiya Petryk‘s Nebo (Sky). What is particularly impressive about it was not just her incredibly strong and mature vocals, but the fact she wrote the song herself! The Funkids from Georgia were second with 103 points, and third place went to Armenia’s Compass Band with 98 points. (more…)
Junior Eurovision – The first dress rehearsals of this year’s Junior Eurovision have taken place in Amsterdam, and the jury final is now underway! 50% of the vote will be decided by the jury this evening. You can follow a live stream commentating by ESCXtra from the jury final here. Check out some of the videos from the dress rehearsals here: http://www.youtube.com/jesclive (more…)
Junior Eurovision 2012 – This year’s 10th Junior Eurovision Contest is taking shape in Amsterdam. The Contest, which was in doubt earlier this year, will be broadcast on Saturday, 1 December 2012 at 20:15 CET live on TV and on http://www.junioreurovision.tv. The slogan, ‘Break the Ice’ is the inspiration for the stage set. Check out the 12 songs in the final now. (more…)
Junior Eurovision – May the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2011 have been the last of its sort? It seems more and more likely that the 2012 edition will not be able to be held as more and more countries announce their disinterest in the format.The crisis may well end in the cancellation of Junior Eurovision 2012. The contest is supposed to be held this December in Amsterdam. (more…)
Junior Eurovision – The 2012 Junior Eurovision Song Contest is supposed to be held in Amsterdam this fall. Due to extremely low interest, the EBU has now expanded the deadline for broadcasters to confirm their participation. Until June 29, countries interested in participating in the Junior Eurovision can send their proposals to the EBU. So far only Russia, Sweden, Ukraine, Belarus, Georgia, Armenia, the Netherlands and Belgium have confirmed their participation. (more…)
Junior Eurovision Song Contest – The ninth edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest just came to an end. The judges and televoters from the 13 participating countries chose Georgia’s Candy with their song Candy Music as their favourite! Georgia won with 108 points in front of the Netherlands with 103 points and Belarus. Next year the contest will be held in Amsterdam, Netherlands as in JESC the winner is not automatically the host of the next year. (more…)
Junior Eurovision Song Contest – Tonight, the ninth edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held in Yerevan, Armenia in the newly renovated “Karen Demirchyan Sports and Concerts Complex”. 13 countries will be competing for the trophy with their songs. That is the smallest field of participants since the contest started in 2003.For the first time, the winner of last year’s contest will host the subsequent one (This is coincidental tough). According to EBU Supervisor Sietse Baker the “high reputation of the contest in Armenia” was the main reason for (more…)
Junior Eurovision Song Contest – The 9th edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place on December 3, 2011 in the Karen Demirchyan Complex in Yerevan, Armenia. 13 European countries will compete for the crown. That is the smallest field of participants since the contest started in 2003.For the first time, the winner of last year’s contest will host the subsequent one (This is coincidental tough). According to EBU Supervisor Sietse Baker the “high (more…)
Minsk - Yesterday the EBU held its second biggest music competition after the Eurovision Song Contest in Minsk. The Junior ESC was the last major EBU event where Svante Stockselius served as executive supervisor. At a press conference before the show he expressed his positive attitude towards the Junior version of Europe’s biggest television show. “Namely, this year we have 14 countries taking part, which is one more than last year. We welcome Moldova and we welcome back Latvia, Lithuania and the Swedish broadcaster SVT,” (more…)
Minsk – In the closest voting in the history of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, Armenia has won with just one point ahead of Russia. The last jury from the FYR Macedonia gave leader’s Russia only one point, but 10 to Armenia. That put Armenia in the lead in the very last minute. The winning song performed by Vladimir Arzumanyan is simply called “Mama”. Favorites Georgia only came forth. All in all the songs were rather disappointing. The show (more…)
Minsk – The Junior Eurovision Song Contest is happening right now in Minsk. Get more information here. Please refresh this page every few minutes by pressing F5 to get the newest posts of our live ticker from Minsk! Feel free to leave comments!
Minsk – The second biggest music event of the EBU will take place tonight: The Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held in Minsk, Belarus! A total of 14 countries will compete for the crown! The opening act will be Ksenia Sitnik and Alexey Zhigalkovich singing “Hello, Eurovision” Alexander Rybak will perform his brand new single “European skies” and another former Eurovision participant will perform as well: Dimitry Koldun. The show’s interval act will feature all winners of Junior Eurovision Song Contest from (more…)
Minsk – The eighth Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Minsk, Belarus 20 November 2010. All the participants are now known and all the songs have been published! and we want to present them to you. It has also been revealed that the opening act will be Alexander Rybak and Ksenia Sitnik, the Belarussian winner of JESC 2005, singing “Hello, Eurovision” . he show will also feature all winners of Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2003-2009 Dino Jelusić, María Isabel, Ksenia Sitnik, The Tolmachevy Twins, Alexey Zhigalkovich, Bzikebi and Ralf Mackenbach, who will perform remix-medley of their winning entries as the interval act and will present the trophy to the winner of 2010 edition. The interval act will also feature (more…)
Minsk – The eighth Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Minsk, Belarus 20 November 2010. All the participants are now known and all the songs have been published! and we want to present them to you. All countries, except Georgia, will sing at least part of their entries in their national language. Georgia will sing in an imaginary language. Sweden will return to the contest this year!