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🇳🇱 The Junior Songfestival 2020 acts have been revealed

Last week, the eleven singers selected to head into the live show in September. After their selection, the singers are then allocated into four acts.

In today’s video uploaded to the Junior Songfestival Youtube page, The Netherlands’s Junior Eurovision 2019 representative Matheu was with the acts when their fate was revealed, which you are able to watch below:

Four Acts fighting for the win

The chosen singers were then allocated into two groups, a duo and a solo artist:

  • Jayda, Maud, Naomi and Demi
  • Jackie and Janae
  • Thimo, Tyrone, Teddy and Thijs
  • Robin

The final of Junior Songfestival will take place in September. A date for the show is yet to be confirmed.

The Netherlands at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest

The Netherlands debuted at Junior Eurovision in the inaugural contest in 2003. They are one of only two countries, along with Belarus, that have taken part in every contest since it began. The first Dutch act at the contest was Roel with “Mijn ogen zeggen alles”, which finished in 11th place.

The country’s first top three placing came in 2009 when they won the contest, held in Kyiv. Ralf Mackenbach represented the country with “Click Clack” and walked away victorious with 121 points. Since then, they have managed one more top three placing, in 2011, with Rachel’s “Teenager” which finished in 2nd place.

Last year, Matheu represented The Netherlands with “Dans met jou”. Scoring four sets of 12 points from the juries, he finished in 4th place with 186 points, including 81 points from the online vote.

Are you looking forward to hear the songs, the four acts will work on? Which act is your current favourtie? Let us know! Be sure to stay updated by following @ESCXTRA on Twitter@escxtra on Instagram and liking our Facebook page for the latest updates! Also, be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to see our reactions to the news in the upcoming months.


Tim Jumawan

I started watching Eurovision ever since I moved to the UK in 2006, obsessed since 2012 and haven't looked back since.

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1 month ago

I hate when they go by their first names. What if there were another Demi, another Jackie, another Maud, another Naomi, another Robin, another Teddy, or another Tyrone?

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26 days ago

It’s good that one country is actually making an effort to select an entry

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