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🇦🇲 Maléna Fox was selected to represent Armenia at the 2020 Junior Eurovision Song Contest

After confirming their withdrawal from this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest, ARMTV has confirmed that they were to be represented by 13 year old Maléna Fox at this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest.

With the reveal of their artist, ARMTV has confirmed that the conflict in Artsakh, as well as the COVID-19 was the reason for their withdrawal at this year’s contest.

Armenia’s Head of Delegation David Tserunyan confirmed on social media that Maléna was involved in the decision making, when it came to Armenia withdrawing from this year’s contest.

Maléna’s Junior Eurovision entry to be released

Upon ARMTV revealing that she was due to represent Armenia at this year’s contest, Maléna has confirmed that, the song which would have been her entry for this year’s contest will be released.

Maléna has revealed that TOKIONINE, who composed Armenia’s Eurovision 2019 ‘Walking Out‘, and competed in the 2020 edition of Depi Evratesil with the song ‘Save Me‘ worked on her Junior Eurovision entry.

Considering the message of the song, our team and me have decided to release the song in the nearest future. 

Maléna confirming on Instagram that she will be releasing what would have been her Junior Eurovision entry

In the meantime, Maléna is inviting you to subscribe to her Youtube Channel, to be up to date with her latest releases. Right below, you can see a R&B mashup, which she released earlier this year.

Armenia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest

Armenia made its Junior Eurovision debut back in 2007 when the contest was held in Rotterdam.  Aremik was the first to wave the Armenian flag at the contest with the song “Erazanq”. She finished second with 136 points, only a single point behind that year’s winner Belarus, narrowly missing out on a triumphant debut. After debuting in 2007, Armenia hasn’t missed out on a single contest and has enjoyed excellent results every year. They won the contest  once in 2010 with Vladimir Arzumanyan and his catchy entry “Mama”.They also never missed out on a top 10 and placed in the top 3 multiple times

Last year in Gliwice, Karina Ignatyan represented Armenia at the contest with “Colours of Your Dream”. They finished in ninth place – their joint lowest ever result at the contest.

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