Tbilisi 2017

For all the news about the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest taking place in the Georgian capital city of Tbilisi.

Vote for UKRAINE: Here’s everything you need to know!

Vote for UKRAINE: Here’s everything you need to know!

Voting is now open for the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Yes, for the first time ever, fans from all over the world can cast their votes right now before the live show has begun. But who should you vote for? To decide, let us take you through a recap of this year’s sixteen contenders following their rehearsals. 🇺🇦 UKRAINE Performing 11th on the afternoon of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest final will be Anastasiya Baginska from Ukraine. Anastasiya co-wrote her song Don’t Stop with Kateryna Komar. Kateryna also composed the track. Rehearsal recap Following a fairytale-esque introduction, Anastasiya begins her performance sitting on a tree prop with a male guitarist. When the first chorus arrives, Anastasiya is in the centre of the stage and commands it brilliantly. There is also a female violinist that accompanies Anastasiya and her guitarist on stage. On each run through, Anastasiya absolutely effortlessly hits the big high note towards the end of the song. The package feels very uplifting and positive and Anastasiya translates it perfectly. Vote for Ukraine! Online voting is open right now via junioreurovision.tv. Viewers from all over the world can vote for between three and five countries. Voting closes at 3.59pm CET on November 26th, just …
Vote for ALBANIA: Here’s everything you need to know!

Vote for ALBANIA: Here’s everything you need to know!

Voting is now open for the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Yes, for the first time ever, fans from all over the world can cast their votes right now before the live show has begun. But who should you vote for? To decide, let us take you through a recap of this year’s sixteen contenders following their rehearsals. 🇦🇱 ALBANIA Performing 10th on the afternoon of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest final will be Ana Kodra from Albania. Her song Don’t Touch My Tree is written by Jorgo Papingji and composed by Kristi Popa. Rehearsal recap Ana performs alone on stage with a stunning tree backdrop that changes throughout the song. Early in the song, the tree is in the middle of the storm but by the end, Ana’s message succeeds and the tree is surrounded by calmness. The young Albanian performer has a wonderful tone to her voice which comes across effortlessly. Ana completely connects with her song with her visibly emotional as she sings the lyrics. Vote for Albania! Online voting is open right now via junioreurovision.tv. Viewers from all over the world can vote for between three and five countries. Voting closes at 3.59pm CET on November 26th, just before the beginning of …
Vote for GEORGIA: Here’s everything you need to know!

Vote for GEORGIA: Here’s everything you need to know!

Voting is now open for the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Yes, for the first time ever, fans from all over the world can cast their votes right now before the live show has begun. But who should you vote for? To decide, let us take you through a recap of this year’s sixteen contenders following their rehearsals. 🇬🇪 GEORGIA Performing 9th on the afternoon of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest final will be Grigol Kipshidze from Georgia. Grigol will perform Voice of the Heart which was written by Temo Sejaia and composed by Giga Kukhianidze. Rehearsal recap There’s a gorgeous colour scheme in Grigol’s performance with dark blues creating a dreamy atmosphere on stage. Grigol is joined by his four female backing vocalists as seen in the video clip. As always, his vocals are spot on for his ballad which builds beautifully throughout the song. This is the first Georgian Eurovision entry to be performed on home turf and Grigol is the perfect host representative. Could a fourth victory be on the cards? Vote for Georgia! Online voting is open right now via junioreurovision.tv. Viewers from all over the world can vote for between three and five countries. Voting closes at 3.59pm CET on November 26th, …
Vote for MACEDONIA: Here’s everything you need to know!

Vote for MACEDONIA: Here’s everything you need to know!

Voting is now open for the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Yes, for the first time ever, fans from all over the world can cast their votes right now before the live show has begun. But who should you vote for? To decide, let us take you through a recap of this year’s sixteen contenders following their rehearsals. 🇲🇰 MACEDONIA Performing 8th on the afternoon of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest final will be Mina Blažev from Macedonia. Mina’s track Dancing Through Life was written and composed by Aleksandar Masevski. Rehearsal recap Mina’s performance is extremely vibrant with the use of futuristic LED dancers on the backdrop behind her. The 14-year-old commands the stage effortlessly and her vocals are consistently very strong. The Macedonian delegation’s use of camera effects during the post-chorus breakdowns works very well in translating the fantastic production of the track. The track contains multiple hooks, meaning you can latch on to the song instantly. Macedonia’s Junior Eurovision track record isn’t the strongest, but Mina certainly has what it takes to turn that around! Vote for Macedonia! Online voting is open right now via junioreurovision.tv. Viewers from all over the world can vote for between three and five countries. Voting closes at …
Vote for IRELAND: Here’s everything you need to know!

Vote for IRELAND: Here’s everything you need to know!

Voting is now open for the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Yes, for the first time ever, fans from all over the world can cast their votes right now before the live show has begun. But who should you vote for? To decide, let us take you through a recap of this year’s sixteen contenders following their rehearsals. 🇮🇪 IRELAND Performing 7th on the afternoon of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest final will be Muireann McDonnell from Ireland. Muireann will perform Suile Glasa which she co-wrote and co-composed with James McGuire and Robert McGuire. Rehearsal recap Muireann really showcases her musicianship throughout her performance. The multi-talented Irish star is accompanied by her guitar which adds further authenticity to this charming song. Furthermore, Muireann’s vocals offer a unique quality that gives the performance a distinctive flavour away from a traditional guitar-pop track. Vote for Ireland! Online voting is open right now via junioreurovision.tv. Viewers from all over the world can vote for between three and five countries. Voting closes at 3.59pm CET on November 26th, just before the beginning of the live broadcast. Then, voting will reopen during the show for fifteen minutes following the final performance so that any final votes can be cast. Cast your vote …
Vote for PORTUGAL: Here’s everything you need to know!

Vote for PORTUGAL: Here’s everything you need to know!

Voting is now open for the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Yes, for the first time ever, fans from all over the world can cast their votes right now before the live show has begun. But who should you vote for? To decide, let us take you through a recap of this year’s sixteen contenders following their rehearsals. 🇵🇹 PORTUGAL Performing 6th on the afternoon of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest final will be Mariana Venâncio from Portugal. Mariana will perform Youtuber, written and composed by João Cabrita and Mariana Andrade. Rehearsal recap Mariana’s performance is arguably the most colourful of this year’s final, with the emoji-filled backdrop being one of this year’s most unique screen productions. 11-year-old Mariana adds immense charm to her performance of Youtuber which is guaranteed to be stuck in your head after the first chorus. Portugal have taken a long time away from the Junior Eurovision Song Contest but RTP were undoubtedly buoyed by Salvador Sobral’s historic win in Kyiv earlier this year and launched their comeback as a result. Could Mariana make this an even more historic year for Portugal at Eurovision? Vote for Portugal! Online voting is open right now via junioreurovision.tv. Viewers from all over the world can …
Vote for BELARUS: Here’s everything you need to know!

Vote for BELARUS: Here’s everything you need to know!

Voting is now open for the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Yes, for the first time ever, fans from all over the world can cast their votes right now before the live show has begun. But who should you vote for? To decide, let us take you through a recap of this year’s sixteen contenders following their rehearsals. 🇧🇾 BELARUS Performing 5th on the afternoon of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest final will be Helena Meraai from Belarus. Helena co-wrote and composed I Am The One alongside Rita Dakota. Rehearsal recap There’s a wonderful colour scheme throughout this performance, with the black backdrop and Helena’s pink cape contrasting well. As the track progresses, the backdrop changes from the black to incorporate the pink found on Helena’s cape. There’s a mysterious feel to the performance which matches the edgy and experimental nature of the track and its music video. Helena’s vocals are always on point and she commands the stage effortlessly. Vote for Belarus! Online voting is open right now via junioreurovision.tv. Viewers from all over the world can vote for between three and five countries. Voting closes at 3.59pm CET on November 26th, just before the beginning of the live broadcast. Then, voting will reopen …
Vote for ARMENIA: Here’s everything you need to know!

Vote for ARMENIA: Here’s everything you need to know!

Voting is now open for the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Yes, for the first time ever, fans from all over the world can cast their votes right now before the live show has begun. But who should you vote for? To decide, let us take you through a recap of this year’s sixteen contenders following their rehearsals. 🇦🇲 ARMENIA Performing 4th on the afternoon of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest final will be Misha from Armenia. 9-year-old Misha will perform Boomerang which was written by Avet Barseghyan, David Tserunyan and Artur Aghek and it was composed by Vahram Petrosyan. Rehearsal recap Misha is dressed very smartly in all black for his rehearsal, which contrasts with the bright sky backdrop which he is floating through on his boomerang-styled segway. He may be young, but he has fantastic stage presence and holds his own without any backing dancers or singers. Armenia has an exceptional Junior Eurovision record with seven top-three finishes out of a possible ten. Misha’s doing everything he can to extend that record once more. Vote for Armenia! Online voting is open right now via junioreurovision.tv. Viewers from all over the world can vote for between three and five countries. Voting closes at 3.59pm …
Vote for THE NETHERLANDS: Here’s everything you need to know!

Vote for THE NETHERLANDS: Here’s everything you need to know!

Voting is now open for the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Yes, for the first time ever, fans from all over the world can cast their votes right now before the live show has begun. But who should you vote for? To decide, let us take you through a recap of this year’s sixteen contenders following their rehearsals. 🇳🇱 THE NETHERLANDS Performing 3rd on the afternoon of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest final will be Fource from The Netherlands. Love Me was written and composed by Joost Griffioen and Stas Swaczyna. Rehearsal recap The boyband performs their modern dance-pop track in front of a golden backdrop which works well with the band members in their differently-coloured shiny jackets. Their outfits give the group cohesion while allowing Max, Jannes, Niels & Ian the chance to express their own individuality. Love Me is sure to work well in the arena setting, with a variety of hooks throughout the song from the pre-chorus hey hey hey! to the post-chorus love me now love me. Its modern and radio-friendly nature will also appeal. Vote for The Netherlands! Online voting is open right now via junioreurovision.tv. Viewers from all over the world can vote for between three and five countries. Voting closes …
Vote for POLAND: Here’s everything you need to know!

Vote for POLAND: Here’s everything you need to know!

Voting is now open for the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Yes, for the first time ever, fans from all over the world can cast their votes right now before the live show has begun. But who should you vote for? To decide, let us take you through a recap of this year’s sixteen contenders following their rehearsals. 🇵🇱 POLAND Performing 2nd on the afternoon of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest final will be Alicja Rega from Poland. Alicja will be performing Mój Dom, a song written and composed by Marek Kościkiewicz. Rehearsal recap It’s an effortlessly great vocal performance from Alicja as she rehearses her gentle but powerful ballad. The backdrop and lighting are calm blues with Alicja herself in a long rose pink dress. The stage was rightfully kept simple so that the focus is on Alicja and her emotion. The camera angles compliment this with their slow, gentle transitions. Vote for Poland! Online voting is open right now via junioreurovision.tv. Viewers from all over the world can vote for between three and five countries. Voting closes at 3.59pm CET on November 26th, just before the beginning of the live broadcast. Then, voting will reopen during the show for fifteen minutes following the final performance …
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