2019 Junior Eurovision Reviews – Armenia

Armenia are absolutely one of the strongest nations at Junior Eurovision, having never finished outside of the Top 10 since their debut in 2007. Furthermore, they have won the contest, finished in second place a total of four times, and third twice – it’s not a bad record! This year, Karina Ignatyan will be representing…

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2019 Junior Eurovision Reviews – Spain

Spain is returning to the contest after a 13-year absence, and it’s an exciting re-addition to the Junior Eurovision line-up. Spain participated at the contest between 2003 and 2006, and during that time, the nation placed 2nd twice, 4th once and even won the contest. That means at no point have they fallen out of…

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2019 Junior Eurovision Reviews – Belarus

Belarus is one of the most consistent Junior Eurovision participants, having featured in every edition of the contest since its inception in 2003. They have also had a lot of success at the contest, winning twice, and finishing in the Top 10 more often than not. This year it will be up to Liza Misnikova…

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2019 Junior Eurovision Reviews – Italy

Italy haven’t had the longest Junior Eurovision history, but the nation began their Junior Eurovision journey with a bang. Their first every Junior Eurovision entry won the contest, but since then, the nation has stalled and often find themselves in the middle of the results table. This year the nation will be represented by Marta…

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2019 Junior Eurovision Reviews – Ukraine

Ukraine first made their debut at Junior Eurovision back in 2006, and since then, they have not missed an edition of the contest. Their best result was back in 2012, where the nation won with Anastasiya Petryk and her song Nebo. The following year was also a success, finishing in 2nd place with Sofia Terasova.…

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2019 Junior Eurovision Reviews – Wales

This year marks the second year of participation for Wales at Junior Eurovision, and despite their last place finish last year, the nation is back for more. Through a national selection, it was decided that Erin Mai would represent Wales with the song Calon yn Curo (Heart Beating). Much like last year’s selection, the song…

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2019 Junior Eurovision Reviews – Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan are still very much in the infancy stage of their Junior Eurovision participation, having made their contest debut in 2018. They had a strong debut entry, and although many expected it to be more of a threat to the trophy, Kazakhstan still managed to achieve a very respectable 6th place. This year Yerzhan Maxim…

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2019 Junior Eurovision Reviews – North Macedonia

North Macedonia have had a lengthy history at Junior Eurovision, but it hasn’t been the most successful. Their best result to date was 5th place, which was achieved in 2007 and 2008, but since then, the nation has found themselves somewhere in the middle of the results table. Interestingly, North Macedonia has finished in 12th…

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2018 Junior Eurovision Reviews – Ukraine

Ukraine have had mixed success at Junior Eurovision over the years with their best result being a win back in 2012. Over the last few years however, the nation has slipped down the results table. This year it will be up to Darina Krasnovetska to bring Ukraine another great result with her song Say Love,…

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2017 Junior Eurovision Review – Armenia

Armenia remain as one of the most successful Eurovision nations, with more often than not, the nation finishing in the Top 5. This puts the pressure on young Misha who was internally selected to represent Armenia with the song Boomerang! Will this be a case of Armenia throwing out a good song and receiving good…

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