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Junior Eurovision Roundup: Georgia Selection Continues, Wales Returns

The hills are alive with the sound of Georgian children trying out for Junior Eurovision 2019 in Gliwice, Poland! Last week, five young contestants were put through their paces in an “Oliver!” themed first episode of რანინა (Ranina), and this week, another five young aspiring Junior Eurovision artists were put through their paces in individual duets with famous adult Georgian singers, …

Georgia kicks off its Junior Eurovision 2019 selection with Oliver themed show!

What’s good for the adults is also good for the kids as Georgia is selecting its representative for Junior Eurovision 2019 in Gliwice, Poland with a similar process to Oto Nemsadze’s victory in Georgian Idol. Starting this evening, Georgia kicked off its search for its Junior Eurovision 2019 entrant with the childrens’ talent show რანინა (Ranina) the method of selection. Georgian …

Junior Eurovision 2019: Gliwice chosen as host city

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 May …

Junior Eurovision Round-Up: Tuleshova conquers USA, new Animal Drive EP

While the adults are battling it out to see who gets to represent their countries at Eurovision 2019 in Tel Aviv, Israel, two alumni from Junior Eurovision are busy conquering the United States. Daneliya Tuleshova, who represented Kazakhstan and placed 6th in their debut appearance at Junior Eurovision 2018, has been dazzling American audiences in the CBS show The World’s …

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. 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, two …

Poland wins the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018

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 acts …

Junior Eurovision 2018: ESCUnited Reviews Part 3

So here we are, on the final stretch. The Junior Eurovision Song Contest takes place today and now we will reveal who the ESCUnited team favourite is. We have been through fourteen songs already. Ths is what the current table is looking like: 03 Kazakhstan – Danileya Tuleshova – Ozine Sen – 9/10 12 Australia – Jael – Champion – …

Junior Eurovision 2018: ESCUnited Reviews Part 2

Kicking on from where we left off last time, we will now look at the next seven entries in the 2018 Junior Eurovision song contest. Last time we looked at the first seven entries here is what our current standings are looking like: 03 Kazakhstan – Danileya Tuleshova – Ozine Sen – 9/10 01 Ukraine – Darina Krasnovetska – Say …

Junior Eurovision 2018: ESCUnited Reviews Part 1

Some parts of this article contain opinions that do not represent the other ESCUnited team members or the website as a whole. It’s November, often quite a quiet month in terms of adult Eurovision, but tomorrow, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest takes place. Twenty countries have gathered in Minsk, Belarus to showcase their talent and eventually one will head home …

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