Eurovision might be well and truly over, but now that gives us an excuse to turn our attention to Junior Eurovision! This weekend, Georgia will decide on who will represent them in Poland for this year’s contest.
From 10 to 3
Since March, Georgia have used Ranina to decide on who will represent the country at this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest. 10 candidates were selected and now 3 remain. While only 1 can win the selection, the prizes aren’t so bad for 2nd and 3rd place.
As stated, the winner of Ranina will represent Georgia in Poland for the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Meanwhile, the runner-up will be Georgia’s spokesperson during the voting process. Not only that, but third place will also be able to travel to Poland to watch the contest. See, everyone is a winner regardless of their result!
The final 3 will sing one last time for the chance to represent their country.
- Ana Berishvili
- Anastasia Garsevanashvili
- Giorgi Rostashvili
This Sunday will see the final take place on Georgian Independence Day at the Liberty Square in Tbilisi. A link to watch the show can be found here.
Georgia in Junior Eurovision
Georgia debuted in 2007 and have had a fair amount of success since then. They have won 3 times in 2008, 2011 and 2016. Most recently, in Belarus, Tamar Edilashvili represented the country with her song “Your Voice”. This went on to finish 8th with 144 points.
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