Tbilisi 2017

Armenia’s Misha reveals his entry for Tbilisi: “Boomerang”!

A couple of days ago, the moment many Junior Eurovision fans have been waiting for finally arrived. Yes, the Armenian entry for Tbilisi has been revealed! As was previously announced, Misha is representing his nation with the song Boomerang. Now, you can watch the official music video for the entry below!

“The music is powerful”

Back in mid-July, AMPTV revealed that they had internally selected nine-year-old Misha to sing for the country in neighbouring Georgia. Boomerang was composed by Vahram Petrosyan whilst the lyrics were written by the trio of Arthur Aghekyan, Avet Barseghyan and David Tserunyan.

In a statement to junioreurovision.tv, Misha explained his feelings about his entry Boomerang!

“I love my song! The music is powerful, while the lyrics carry a strong message: everything we do in life will always come back to us, just like a boomerang! I encourage everyone to believe in their dreams, share their love with the world and most importantly be kind to one another.”

A Junior Eurovision superpower

Armenia is one of Junior Eurovision’s most successful nations, with one victory and four runner-up placings to their name. Indeed, last year, Anahit & Mary were the latest Armenian act to place second for their country. The duo narrowly missed out on victory as Mariam Mamadashvili managed to score seven more points and take the win for Georgia!

What do you think of this year’s Armenian entry? Furthermore, do you think the nation can keep up their impressive record at the contest? Let us know in the comments below!

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Ryan Cobb

My first memory of watching the Eurovision Song Contest was back in 2001 and, over the years, my passion and enthusiasm for the contest has very much turned into an obsession. I adore music and I love geography, so this contest is a natural fit for me. If la la loving Eurovision was a crime, I'd certainly be a criminal!
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