2016 JESC Reviews – FYR Macedonia – Martija Stanojković – Love Will Lead Our Way

FYR Macedonia certainly aren’t the most successful of nations when it comes to Junior Eurovision, with 2 last places in their 2 last appearances in 2013 and 2015. This year, hoping to change their luck is Martija Stanoković with the song Love Will Lead our Way, sung in a mix of Macedonian and English. Let’s…

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2016 JESC Reviews – Russia – Sofia Fisenko & The Water of Life Project – Water of Life

Russia has been a fairly consistent participant in Junior Eurovision, with no result since their debut in 2005 finishing outside the top 10. The last, and only win was in 2006 with the Tolmachevy Twins, so 10 years later, could Russia score another win? This year, Russia is represented by Sofia Fisenko and the Water…

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JESC 2016 Reviews – Armenia – Anahit & Mary – Tarber

Armenia has been one of the most successful countries in Junior Eurovision, with no less than two 3rd places, three 2nd places, and one 1st place. Armenia has never been outside of the top 10, which is an incredible feat, and a demonstration that Armenia just understands Junior Eurovision. This year, the duo of Anahit…

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Top 5 National Final Songs of 2015

Before we are thrown into the crazy period of the national final season for 2017, we thought we would take a step back in time to see our favourite songs from the 2015 national final season. In 2015, we saw many top quality songs make it to Eurovision, but what about the songs that didn’t…

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Antonio Maggio Releases Amore Pop!

The diehard fans of Sanremo Song Festival in Italy will remember Antonio Maggio for winning the Newcomers’ Section with the catchy, upbeat song called Mi Servirebbe Sapere. Previous to this, Antonio featured as part of the vocal group Aram Quartet who won the first edition of X factor in Italy back in 2008. After a…

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Junior Eurovision Interval Acts Revealed + New Expert Panel!

We’re edging closer and closer to Junior Eurovision, and now, the interval acts for the contest have been announced! Last years’ winner Destiny will take to the stage alongside Poli Genova, the host of last years’ contest and participant in Eurovision in 2011 and 2016 for Bulgaria. Destiny Chukunyere participated last year for Malta, and…

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Best of the Bunch: Lithuania

Lithuania haven’t been the most successful of nations at Eurovision, but even though they haven’t yet scored a win, there are still a few gems from over the years. Today, we’re going to be looking at the Lithuanian entries between the years 2006 and 2015 to decide which song is the Best of the Bunch!…

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2016 JESC Reviews – Serbia – Dunja Jeličić – U La La La

Serbia is a bit of a mixed bag when it comes to Junior Eurovision, reaching some top 5 positions, including two 3rd places, and some less desirable results. This year, an internal selection resulted in Dunja Jeličić and the song U La La La, but could this be the winning combination? U La La La…

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Second Chance Social: Australia’s results are in!

Eurovision has been a staple for many over the years, however with our participation in the contest now (semi) permanent, we can now have more of a chance than ever to get together with Eurovision fans and do all the fun stuff that the OGAE clubs do overseas. Only a few weeks back, I had…

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2016 JESC Reviews – Georgia – Mariam Mamadashvili – Mzeo

Georgia has consistently been a powerhouse in Junior Eurovision, with two 1st places, and a number of top 10 finishes since their debut in 2007. They have created a reputation for over the top, but memorable performances which are fresh and modern. This year, they have changed direction and sent Mariam Mamadashvili with the song…

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