Earlier in the year, Georgian broadcaster GBP announced the names of the 10 artists competing in the 2019 national final for the upcoming Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The series is now complete, with the winner decided.
A total of three singers remained in the competition, which were:
- Ana Berishvili
- Giorgi Rostiashvili
- Anastastia Garsevanashvili
Each of the three artists were evaluated by an in-studio jury who scored each of the contestants out of a maximum of 10 points. The jury consisted of Dato Evgenidze, Beka Gochiashvili and Lana Kutateladze.
With the results in, it was revealed that Giorgi Rostiashvili will represent Georgia at Junior Eurovision this year with a song to be released later in the year. Both Ana and Anastastia will still have some involvement at the contest, with Ana to be the spokesperson for Georgia at the contest as she finished second in the show, while Anastastia will travel to Poland to watch the show live with the Georgian delegation.
Watch Giorgi’s final performance here:
This year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held in Gliwice-Silesia, Poland with the theme, Share the Joy.