Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019

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Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019
#Share the Joy
Dates
Final date 24 November 2019
Host
Venue Gliwice Arena, Gliwice, Poland
Presenter(s) Aleksander Sikora
Ida Nowakowska
Roksana Węgiel
Director Konrad Smuga
Executive supervisor Jon Ola Sand
Host broadcaster Telewizja Polska (TVP)
Participants
Number of entries 19
Debuting countries none
Returning countries
Withdrawing countries
Vote
Voting system Each country awards 12, 10, 8–1 points to their 10 favourite songs.
Junior Eurovision Song Contest
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The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014 is the 17th annual Junior Eurovision Song Contest. It took place in Gliwice, Poland on the 24 November 2019. Poland won the right to hold the contest after Roksana Węgiel won the last edition with the song ”Anyone I Want to Be”.

Confirmed participants[change | change source]

Draw Country Language Artist Song English translation Place Points
 Albania Albanian Isea Çili "Mikja ime fëmijëria" My Childhood Friend
 Armenia Armenian, English Karina Ignatyan "Colors Of Your Dream" --
 Australia English Jordan Anthony "We Will Rise" --
 Belarus Russian Liza Minsikova "Pepelny" Ashen
 France French Carla "Bim Bam Toi" Bim Bam To You
 Georgia Georgian, English Giorgi Rostiashvili "We Need A love" --
 Ireland Irish Anna Kearney "Banshee" --
 Italy Italian, English Marta Viola "La Voce Della Terra" The Voice Of The Earth
 Kazakhstan Kazakh, English Yerzhan Maksim "Armanyńnan qalma" (Арманыңнан қалма) Don't Waste The Dreams
 Macedonia Macedonian, English Mila Moskov "Fire" --
 Malta English Eliana Gomez Blanco "We Are More" --
 Netherlands Dutch, English Matheu Hinzen "Dans Met Jou" Dance With You
 Poland Polish, English Wiktoria Gabor "Superhero" --
 Portugal Portuguese, English Joana Almeida "Vem Comigo" Come With Me
 Russia Russian, English Tatyana Mezhentseva and Denberel Oorzhak "A Time For Us" --
 Serbia Serbian, English Daria Vercovich "Podigni Glas"

(Подигни глас)

Raise Your Voice
 Spain Spanish Melani García "Marte" Mars
 Ukraine Ukrainian, English Sophia Ivanko "The Spirit Of Music" --
 Wales Welsh Erin Mai "Calon Yn Curo" Heart Beating

Scoreboard[change | change source]

12 Points[change | change source]

Commentators[change | change source]

  •  Albania - To be confirmed
  •  Armenia - To be confirmed
  •  Australia - To be confirmed
  •  Belarus - To be confirmed
  •  France - To be confirmed
  •  Georgia - To be confirmed
  •  Ireland - To be confirmed
  •  Italy - To be confirmed
  •  Kazakhstan - To be confirmed
  •  Macedonia - To be confirmed
  •  Malta - To be confirmed
  •  Netherlands - To be confirmed
  •  Portugal - To be confirmed
  •  Poland - Artur Orzech
  •  Russia - To be confirmed
  •  Serbia - To be confirmed
  •  Spain - To be confirmed
  •  Ukraine - To be confirmed
  •  Wales - To be confirmed

Spokesperson[change | change source]

  •  Albania - To be confirmed
  •  Armenia - To be confirmed
  •  Australia - To be confirmed
  •  Belarus - To be confirmed
  •  France - To be confirmed
  •  Georgia - Ana Berishvili
  •  Ireland - To be confirmed
  •  Italy - To be confirmed
  •  Kazakhstan - To be confirmed
  •  Macedonia - To be confirmed
  •  Malta - To be confirmed
  •  Netherlands - To be confirmed
  •  Portugal - To be confirmed
  •  Poland - To be confirmed
  •  Russia - To be confirmed
  •  Serbia - To be confirmed
  •  Spain - To be confirmed
  •  Ukraine - To be confirmed
  •  Wales - To be confirmed

Other websites[change | change source]