Minsk 2018๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡น Malta

Day 4: ๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡น Ela brings out a lot of emotions for Malta

ESCXTRA are live from Minsk for day 4 of rehearsals ahead of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018! 

Todayโ€™s schedule

Today, the countries rehearsing for the second time, in chronological order, are Wales, Ukraine, The Netherlands, Serbia, Russia, Portugal, Poland, Malta, Kazakhstan and Italy. Have a look at the full detailed rehearsal schedule by clicking here!

The next artist to rehearse today is Ela Mangion from Malta. We have just watched the latest run through of Samen. Now, let’s compare the differences between the first and second rehearsals!

First rehearsal recap

Day 2: Music video inspiration for Ela from Malta – REVIEW

Second rehearsal changes

As this is my first day here in the press center in Minsk, it was the first time I saw the show. However, based on the previous article, I can tell that in this case as well there are no major changes to the performance. The show starts with a close-up shot of Ela and initially it starts off as quite dark but then lights up, with yellow being the main colour as seen in the X of the dancers. Snippets of the music video still appear on the big LED screens. 

Unsurprisingly, Ela’s vocals are spot on and she is able to transmit emotions impeccably. 

Rehearsal video clips

How to vote!

Online voting is nowย open!ย Votes can be cast viaย 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 Daneliya Tuleshovaโ€™s second rehearsal of Ozine Sen next for Kazakhstan. Furthermore, for a recap of everything that happened on day 1day 2 and day 3, click on the embedded links!

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Riccardo Maddalozzo

Born in Italy, I have lived in 5 countries in 3 continents. I discovered Eurovision by accident in 2010 and became a superfan in 2013. I attended both Eurovision and Junior Eurovision events and covered several national finals on the ground and hope to continue doing so for a long time!

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