France: Listen to Carla’s song for Junior Eurovision 2019

France’s public broadcaster , France 2, has confirmed rumors that it wanted the first winner of The Voice Kids, Carla, to represent the country at Junior Eurovision 2019. The song will compete in Glivice, Poland, on the 24th. November, it’s called Bim Bam Toi.

Carla is now 16 years old and is quite popular in her home country. In 2014, at the age of just 11, she became the winner of The Voice Kids in France. Then, after the release of her first album, she lends her voice to French compilation of many songs in Disney movies. Along with other famous children in the country, Unicef ​​France creates Kids United, which aims to sing the most beautiful songs that celebrate love and peace.

France 2 received triple entries after last year’s debut in the competition and second place in Minsk.

Portugal: Listen to its entry for JESC 2019

Portuguese public television, RTP, has announced the song that Joana Almeida will travel with to Poland for Junior Eurovision 2019. This is Vem Comigo (Come With Me).

The song talks about the environment and how children and adolescents need to realize the danger that the Earth is in. It transmits a message of hope, as young people can make a difference and be a generation that will have a positive impact on the health of our planet.

Listen to the Portuguese Junior Eurovision 2019 entry below:

The Junior Eurovision 2019 will take place in Glivice, Poland on November 24th.

Kazakhstan: Listen to its song for Junior Eurovision 2019

Yerzhan Maxim will represent Kazakhstan at Junior Eurovision 2019, with the song “Armanyńnan Qalma”.

Yerzhan comes from northwestern Kazakhstan. His reputation is high as he has participated in many contests in his country, and has even won many awards. This year he participated in the Russian version of the music competition The Voice Kids, winning one of the top spots, while last year he tried to represent Kazakhstan at Junior Eurovision 2018, taking third place.

Listen to Kazakhstan’s participation in Junior Eurovision 2019 below:

Italy: Listen its entry for Junior Eurovision 2019

Italian public television, RAI, has announced that Marta Viola, with the song “La Voce Della Terra”, will represent Italy at Junior Eurovision 2019.

It is the “voice of the earth”, a rhythmic ballad with ecological content.

Listen to the Italian Junior Eurovision 2019 entry below:

Serbia: Listen to its song for Junior Eurovision 2019

Serbia’s Public Broadcaster RTS has announced the song by which Darija Vračevic will defend her country’s colors at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019. The 11-year-old artist will sing the “Podigni glas (Raise Your Voice)”, written by A. Milutinović, L. Vukomanović and Darija herself.

A few months ago, Serbia began searching for the singer and performer to represent the country on the Junior Eurovision stage. Of all the entries had been applied, RTS selected two finalists. Staša Kostadinović with the song Da, da, da (by V. Graić and L. Vukomanović) and the winner Darija Vračević with Podigni glas (by A. Milutinović, L Vukomanović and Darija). Both interpreted their entries in front of a jury composed of Silvana Grujić, Anja Rogljić, Uroš Marković, Jelena Vlahović, Dušan Šukletović, Jovana Dukić and Tamara Petković, who decided the winner.

Georgia: Listen to “We Need A Love” for Junior Eurovision 2019

Georgia’s public broadcaster,GPB has released the song with which Giorgi Rostiashvili will compete in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019. The winner of the national finale “Ranina” will perform “We Need A Love”, written by Davit Evgenidze.

The video clip of the song was directed by Zaza Orashvili and we see other Ranina participants in it.

Giorgi was selected to represent Georgia through the “Ranina”, which was completed on May 26 at the Freedom Square in Tbilisi.

At the end of 2018, GPB launched the second release of ‘Ranina’. This season included ten episodes-concerts in which the ten nominees had to show their vocal abilities by singing alongside famous Georgian artists and a live orchestra. All the results were decided by a professional jury led by Dato Evgenidze.

Ireland: Listen to its entry for Junior Eurovision 2019

Anna Kearney won the Irish National Junior Eurovision Eire 2019 and will represent Ireland in Glivice, Poland. She will perform the song “Banshee”, hoping to bring Ireland’s first victory in children’s contest.

Listen to the Irish Junior Eurovision 2019 entry below:

Australia: Listen to “We will rise” for Junior Eurovision 2019

Jordan Anthony will represent Australia at Junior Eurovision 2019 with the song “We Will Rise”.

Jordan is 14 years old and comes from Perth, Australia. He participated in the eighth season of the musical competition “The Voice Australia All Stars”, where he won 4th place with the help of Delta Goodrem’s mentor.

Watch  Australia’s participation in Junior Eurovision 2019 below:

JESC 2019: Nineteen countries to take part in the contest

A total of 19 countries will participate in the Junior Eurovision 2019.

Kazakhstan and Wales will take part for the second time in the event, after last year’s debut, while Spain will return after 13 years of abdication! However, the number of entries has been reduced since last year as 20 countries took part. Despite the return of Spain, Israel and Azerbaijan will not participate in the 17th Eurovision Children’s Contest.

In detail, the countries that will take part are:

Northern Macedonia

The Junior Eurovision 2019 will be held on November 24 in Gliwice, Poland.

Last year’s winner country was Poland with Roksana Wegiel and the song ”Anyone I Want to Be”.