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Take a look at Tanya Mezhentseva’s rehearsals and the voting details for Russia in Junior Eurovision 2021

Voting is now open for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2021! Once again, fans from all over the world can cast their votes for this year’s contest right now. But who should you vote for? To help you decide, let us take you through a review of each artist’s rehearsals and their voting details!

7. Russia: Tanya Mezhentseva – Mon Ami

Performing 7th in this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest live final will be Tanya Mezhentseva from Russia with the song “Mon Ami”. The track’s music and was written by Alexander Brashovyan with lyrics by Danu Boyan, Dmitriy Korochin and Tanya Mezhentseva herself.

We see a very creative performance from Russia at La Seine Musicale with several distinct elements to the stage show. At one point, we see Tanya and two dancers on static bicycles which, when used in sync with the LED screens, create the effect of Tanya and her friends cycling through the countryside. In another scene we see Tanya and four dancers performing a little routine in front of a cartoon-style city landscape.

Towards the finale, we see Tanya lifted into the air inside a hoop in a similar way to which we see in her music video. Her dancers remain on stage performing choreography whilst the LED screens transform into a magnificent fireworks display. It’s a very captivating and fun performance from Russia!

First rehearsal recap

Vote for Russia now!

Votes can be cast via vote.junioreurovision.tv NOW! Viewers from all over the world can vote for three countries.

The first round of voting is open right now and will close at 3.59pm CET on Sunday 19th December, just before the beginning of the live broadcast. Then, voting will reopen during the show for approximately fifteen minutes following the final performance so further votes can be cast.

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Ryan Cobb

My first memory of watching the Eurovision Song Contest was back in 2001 and, over the years, my passion and enthusiasm for the contest has very much turned into an obsession. I adore music and I love geography, so this contest is a natural fit for me. If la la loving Eurovision was a crime, I'd certainly be a criminal!

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