Junior EurovisionNice 2023🇩🇪 Germany

Fia to represent Germany at JESC 2023

'Ohne Worte' will be released with a full music video on October 13

After a competitive online national final selection, Fia will represent Germany at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2023 to be held in Nice, France on November 26 with ‘Ohne Worte’.

Fia selected for JESC 2023

Overall, five finalists were chosen for Germany’s national selection for Junior Eurovision 2023. During the competition, one minute demo clips of each finalists song were presented to an international jury and online voters from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The voting was an even 50/50 split between both sides. Fia received top scores in both sets of voting to win the selection with ‘Ohne Worte’. The results were as follows below:

    PlaceArtistSongOnline VoteInternational JuryTotal
    1Fia‘Ohne Worte’5510
    3Toby‘Stand Up’246
    4Adriano‘Be My Girl’314
    5Lenny‘Lieben Lernen’123

    The entry will receive a full music video reveal on October 13.

    Germany in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest

    Back in 2020, Germany and their junior department KiKA decided to debut in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. After a difficult start, finishing 12th and last place with Susan’s entry, ‘Stronger With You’, Germany tried again in 2021. After opening the show in Paris with Pauline’s ‘Imagine Us’, the end result was a disappointing 17th place and 61 points. Thus, Germany and KiKA took the decision to take a break in 2022 with the aim of focusing on a strong return in 2023.

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