After over a year since our last Eurovision event, the day has arrived! 12 young artists from across Europe will be (virtually) taking part in today’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest, live from Poland. To help you vote, we’ve put together a simple scorecard so you can score the songs as the show is on.
Put yourself in the seat of a juror, and score each entry on three elements – song, performance and staging. Give a score out of 10 for each of these elements and then total your score out of 30 at the end! Then, when it comes to voting, it will be much easier to find out which three acts you want to vote for.
Move the world – and share your scores!
Even though we’ll all be watching the contest apart this year, why not get your friends to get involved with all the Junior Eurovision action? Share a picture of your scorecard on social media and tell us how you’re preparing for today’s show. You can tag or mention us on social media @ESCXTRA or by using the hashtag #ESCXTRAScorecard.
You can print out and download our scorecard below.
Who will win tonight’s contest?
In our annual XTRA Vote, our readers chose France as their winner for the second year in a row, with Spain and Belarus completing the top three. However, even though France may be your favourite, in a special round of Eurovision Prediction, it’s Spain that has come out on top as your predicted winner!
And if it was down to our editors, it would be a win for… France’s Valentina! In our annual vote, we gave France a total of 102 points with Spain as a commendable runner-up with 95 points. But who will win? Tune in at 5PM CET to find out!
Will you be using our scorecard tonight? Remember, make sure you tell us how you’re enjoying the contest today, using the hashtag #ESCXTRAScorecard or joining in the conversation on social media @ESCXTRA.