As Junior Eurovision draws closer, more countries are selecting their entrants. Today, after an exciting Depi Mankakan Evratesil final, Karina Ignatyan earned the right to represent Armenia in Gliwice-Silesia with the song ‘Colours of Your Dream’
Ten Contestants fought for the chance to represent Armenia in Gliwice-Silesia
The participants and entries of this year’s Depi Mankakan Evratesil are as follows:
- Robert Bagratyan – Captain Friendship
- Anahit Arakelyan – Chem Handznvi
- Narek Markosyan – Im Ergy
- Anzhela Albertyan – Khaghanq Khaghagh
- Ani Atayan – Every Time
- Anishock – Selfie Yerevan
- Roza Eloyan – Im Qaghaq
- Vardan Margaryan – La La La
- Karina Ignatyan – Colours Of Your Dream
- Emily Hovhannisyan – Parum Enq Pary
Armenia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest
Since debuting at Junior Eurovision in 2007, Armenia has never missed on participating. Throughout their history at the contest, they have enjoyed consistently good results. In fact, they have yet to miss out on a top 10 finish, making it one of the most successful countries. They won the contest in Minsk in 2010 with Vladimir Arzumanyan’s “Mama” and ended in second place four times and in third place twice. Last year, 12-year-old L.E.V.O.N. represented the Caucasian country with his song “L.E.V.O.N.”, finishing 9th with 125 points. He received 50 points from the juries and 75 points from the online voting. Despite the top 10 finish, that was Armenia’s worst placing.
Curious about Armenia’s Junior Eurovision history? Check out our feature here!
Are you happy with Armenia’s choice for this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest? What is your favourite Armenian Junior Eurovision entry?
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