Junior Best of the Bunch: Armenia

Armenia first made their Junior Eurovision debut in 2007, just one year after they made their debut at Eurovision. This means they’ve participated 10 times at the Junior edition, and through those 10 years, Armenia have been quite successful, with a handful of 2nd and 3rd places, a Junior Eurovision win, plus no entry outside…

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Junior Best of the Bunch: Russia

Russia have had a lengthy and quite successful run at Junior Eurovision, with their first participation back in 2005 – two years after the debut of the contest itself. The nation has since participated each year with consistently impressive results, many of which reach the Top 5. Today we’ll be going back to where it…

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Junior Best of the Bunch: Ukraine

Ukraine first made their Junior Eurovision debut back in 2006, and have had varying levels of success over the years. They have participated consistently since their debut with their best result being in 2012, where young Anastasiya Petryk scored a win for Ukraine with the song Nebo. We’re going to discuss this, and each of…

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Junior Best of the Bunch: Serbia

Serbia first performed at Junior Eurovision as an independent nation back in 2006, and continued to participate until 2011, where the nation decided to withdraw. A few years later, Serbia’s broadcaster decided to return to the contest, and have since participated each year. Throughout their participation, Serbia have achieved varied results, with their best result…

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Best of the Bunch: The Netherlands

The Netherlands: one of the original Eurovision nations, and the contest just wouldn’t be the same without them. Since their debut in the very first Eurovision, they’ve participated an incredible 58 times, with a total of 49 final appearances. During that time, they’ve won the contest a total of 4 times, although the last time…

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Best of the Bunch: Belgium

Belgium was one of the seven nations to participate in the first ever Eurovision Song Contest, and incredibly, since then, have participated at all but three contests. Also quite incredibly, the nation has only won the contest once, and that was in 1986 when Sandra Kim performed the song J’aime la Vie, and she was…

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Best of the Bunch: Austria

Austria has participated at Eurovision an incredible 50 times, and 46 of those times they’ve found themselves in the final – whether that’s by automatic qualification, or due to their talent, beating other acts through the semi-finals. Today we’ll be looking back on the entries between 2007 and 2015, and after we recap, it will…

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Best of the Bunch: United Kingdom

If you’ve only recently found yourself getting into Eurovision, you’d probably think of the UK as an unsuccessful Eurovision nation – and you’re not all that wrong – in recent years, the UK has struggled to get results worth bragging about, however through the early days of Eurovision, the nation was a powerhouse at Eurovision,…

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Best of the Bunch: Andorra

Some of you may remember a time when Andorra participated at Eurovision, while many of you may not. Andorra debuted at the contest in 2004, and continued through to 2009. During that time, the nation failed to qualify each and every year of participation, although on one occasion, came close! As with all our Best…

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Best of the Bunch: Russia

They’re one of the most successful nations to participate in Eurovision, with a total of nine Top 5 results since their debut in 1994. Many of those Top 5 places happened during the years 2006 to 2015, which is the range of years we will be discussing in today’s Best of the Bunch! We’re going…

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