Junior Eurovision 2020 is scheduled to take place in less than two months. This year’s event will take place in Warsaw and so far 13 countries have confirmed their participation. However, it seems that nothing is certain yet, since even Poland does not take the realization of Junior Eurovision 2020 for granted! Read more
Through the “Szansa na Sukces” show, Poland has chosen its representative for Rotterdam. The winner of the competition was Alicja Szemplińska, who will represent Poland at Eurovision 2020 with “Empires”.
She later released the studio version of the song as she performed it for the first time on the day of the national final.
Not long ago, through the official YouTube channel of the contest, a video clip of the entry was released, which you can watch below:
End titles fell shortly in Glivice, Poland for Junior Eurovision 2019, with XX raising the coveted prize for Poland for the second time in a row, writing history as it’s the first time in the history of the contest!
Viki with “Superhero” managed to gain 278 points from the combined rating of online voting and all 19 jury boards, leaving Kazakhstan in second and Spain in third place.
The night began with a spectacular dance followed by the parade of countries in alphabetical order, before the three presenters, Roksana Węgiel, Ida Nowakowska and Aleksander Sikora, took the floor. Thanks to the former host city of Minsk, Belarus, they welcome attendees as well as viewers to Poland and Glivice and gave the opening message of the 17th Junior Eurovision event.
Then it was time for the contestants:
04. NORTHERN MACEDONIA
After the presentation of all 19 songs, the second and last online voting started for 15 minute .
The final result was determined by 50% of the votes of the 19 committees of the participating countries and 50% of the results of the online vote launched on Friday 22/11 with people from all over the world.
The jury of each country announced their rating based on the order of appearance. The winner on the judging panels was Kazakhstan, while the television audience ranked Poland first.
So in combination of the two different votes, xxx crowned as the winning country.
The general manager of Polish Public Television, TVP, has revealed that he is also positive about organizing Junior Eurovision next year, as long as the forecasts are verified and won in a few days in Glivice.
The Eurovision Children’s Contest will be held on November 24 in Gliwice, Poland. 19 countries will claim the victory, with the hosting country to be considered as the favorite by many.
Viki Gabor‘s “Superhero” has surpassed more than 2 million views in less than a month, enjoying herself a lot of popularity in her own country, a very important element of online voting, as in Junior Eurovision we can also vote in favour of our own country.
Since 2017, EBU has changed the way the hosting country of Junior Eurovision is being selected and has removed the winner’s right to have the first say on hosting or not the competition, as it was until then. A system of nominations was introduced, through which the EBU chose the nomination it seemed most appropriate. That’s how Minsk was chosen in 2018 and Glivice this year. By the way, this year’s hosting country also happened to be the winner of the previous contest.
So it remains to be seen if EBU will give the next event in Poland, if “Superhero” wins Junior Eurovision 2019 in a few days.