Poland 2020🇳🇱 Netherlands

🇳🇱 T-Square’s ‘Count On Me’ cleared of plagiarism claims

Eurovision is always about original songs to perform, however, some music can sound quite familiar. The Dutch boyband T-Square faced such issues as well.

So as Junior Eurovision gets closer, there is more attention around it. A tense moment happened to T-Square boyband, one of the Dutch Junior Songfestival 2020 participants. Once they have released their entry, some people doubted the music was original enough to enter the contest.

Several social media users claimed the song is a plagiarism case of “Boy With Luv” by BTS. Such allegations made AVROTROS, the Dutch national broadcaster, to start an investigation to find out whether such claims can be true.

However, the band can relax about the situation. AVROTROS found nothing similar and cleared them of plagiarism claims. So there’s no reason to disqualify the boys or change anything.

Listen to ‘Count On Me’

You can check ‘Count On Me’ and other entries from the Junior Songfestival 2020 on Spotify playlist provided below.


The Netherlands at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest

The Netherlands have participated in every Junior Eurovision Song Contest since 2003. Their best result in the competition was achieved when Ralf Mackenbach won in 2009 in Kyiv with his song Click Clack.

Last year Matheu represented the country with the song “Dans Met Jou” and came 4th.

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