Minsk 2018🇬🇪 Georgia

Day 3: 🇬🇪 Georgia’s Tamar is full of passion, energy and talent

ESCXTRA are live from Minsk for day 3 of rehearsals ahead of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018! 

Today’s schedule

Today, the countries rehearsing for the second time, in chronological order, are Israel, Ireland, Georgia, F.Y.R. Macedonia, France, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Australia, Armenia and Albania. Have a look at the full detailed rehearsal schedule by clicking here!

The next artist to rehearse today is Tamar Edilashvili from Georgia. We have just watched the latest run through of Your Voice. Now, let’s compare the differences between the first and second rehearsals!

First rehearsal recap

Day 1: Tamar Edilashvili is in highway traffic for Georgia – REVIEW

Second rehearsal changes

The biggest change for this rehearsal is that Tamar is really feeling the music with lots of natural movements in tune with the music. She’s putting absolutely everything into this and it is a joy to watch.

They’ve tidied up some important camera angles in regards to when the LEDs show lyrics on the screens. Previously, the timing was off and only part of the lyric was seen. Now, we get a glorious wide angle that shows the uplifting “Just step on your way” message!

This is a performance worthy of not just the Junior contest, but the adult contest too!

Rehearsal video clips

How to vote!

Online voting is now open! Votes can be cast via vote.junioreurovision.tv. Viewers from all over the world can vote for between three and five countries.

Voting closes at 3.59pm CET on Sunday 25th November, just before the beginning of the live broadcast. Then, voting will reopen during the show for fifteen minutes following the final performance so that any final votes can be cast.

Up next…

Stay tuned for our look at Marija Spasovska’s second rehearsal of Doma next for F.Y.R. Macedonia. Furthermore, for a recap of everything that happened on day 1 and day 2, click on the embedded links!

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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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