As we are now starting the second half of 2020, more countries, are announcing their participation at this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Next to confirm their participation for this year’s competition is Spain, who moments ago confirmed their participation via social media.
The search for Melani’s successor begins
In addition to the confirmation of their participation in Warsaw, RTVE has also confirmed that is on the look out for Melani’s successor.
RTVE has confirmed in their announcement, that they are already in a look out, for young artists, aged 9 to 14, who will fly the flag for Spain in Warsaw. It is yet to be confirmed, if whether or not their 2020 Junior Eurovision representative will be selected via an internal selection or via a National Final.
Junior Eurovision 2020 – what we know so far
Junior Eurovision 2020 is to be held on November 29 in the Polish capital of Warsaw. The slogan for the show is ‘Move The World’. Following Viki Gabor’s victory on home soil in 2019, this will mark TVP’s second consecutive time hosting.
Note, unlike previous years, the show is due to be held in a TV studio, rather than an arena. The venue itself is yet to be confirmed, and will either be ATM Studio or Transcolor Studio.
To date, the following countries have confirmed participation in the contest:
Spain at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest
Despite only taking part of the contest five times, Spain actually had a pretty good track record in it. They nabbed the trophy in 2004 with María Isabel and “Antes muerta que sencilla”, NEARLY nabbed it by ending second in 2003 and 2005 AND finished fourth when they last participated in 2006.
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