France has been silent on the selection method of their entry, but in a recent interview, French Head of Delegation Steven Clérima revealed that France Télévisions will be selecting their entry internally.
A female singer once again?
Speaking with Euro Café, French Head of Delegation Steven Clérima has said that his objective is to achieve a top-three result this year in Gliwice-Silesia.
In addition to this, he has also confirmed that around thirty entries have been submitted for consideration. This is an increase, from the “dozen” of entries they have received for consideration in 2018. The delegation is now considering a shortlist of two female artists, both being “at the level of the artist [France] had last year.”
As with last year, Steven has confirmed that France will be revealing their entry at the later part of the season, as he thinks this strategy will be beneficial for France once again.
France at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018
After taking a twelve-year break, France returned to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2018. France was represented by The Voice Kids France 2017 winner Angélina with the song Jamais Sans Toi (Never Without You).
Despite being the second time that France has participated in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Angélina managed to finish second place with 203 points, which is France’s best result in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest to date.
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