Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2021

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Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2021
Final date 19 December 2021
Venue La Seine Musicale, Paris, France[1]
Presenter(s) Carla
Élodie Gossuin
Olivier Minne
Executive supervisor Martin Österdahl[2]
Host broadcaster France Télévisions
Opening act Ofenbach
Interval act
Voting system A jury from every country gives a set of 12, 10, 8–1 points to 10 songs. Viewers around the world vote for 3 songs, and their votes are dispensed. The jury votes and the televote make up 50% of all votes.
Winning song  Armenia
"Qami Qami"
Junior Eurovision Song Contest
◄2020 2022►

The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2021 will be the nineteenth edition of the contest. It will take place at La Seine Musicale, Paris, France on 19 December 2021, French broadcaster France Télévisions will be the host broadcaster for the event.[3] The motto for the contest is "Imagine".[4][5]

List of participating countries[change | change source]

19 countries competed in the 2021 edition. Belarus will be absent for the first time after the country's broadcaster BTRC was expelled from the EBU.

Country Artist Song Language(s) Place[6] Points[6]
 Albania Anna Gjebrea Stand By You Albanian, English 14 84
 Armenia Maléna Qami Qami Armenian, English 1 224
 Azerbaijan Sona Azizova One Of Those Days Azerbaijani, English 5 151
 Bulgaria Denislava & Martin Voice of Love Bulgarian, English 16 77
 France Enzo Tic Tac French 3 187
 Georgia Nikoloz Kajaia Let's Count The Smiles Georgian, English, French 4 163
 Germany Pauline Imagine Us German, English 17 61
 Ireland Maiú Levi Lawlor Saor (Disappear) Irish 18 44
 Italy Elisabetta Lizza Specchio (Mirror On The Wall) Italian, English 10 107
 Kazakhstan Alinur Khamzin & Beknur Zhanibekuly Ертегі әлемі (Fairy World) Kazakh, French 8 121
 Malta Ike & Kaya My Home English 12 97
 Netherlands Ayana Mata Sugu Aō Ne Dutch, English 19 43
 North Macedonia Dajte Muzika Green Forces Macedonian, English 9 114
 Poland Sara James Somebody Polish, English 2 218
 Portugal Simão Oliveira O Rapaz Portuguese 11 101
 Russia Tanya Mezhentseva Mon Ami Russian, English 7 124
 Serbia Jovana & Dunja Oči Deteta (Children's Eyes) Serbian 13 86
 Spain Levi Díaz Reír Spanish 15 77
 Ukraine Olena Usenko Vazhil Ukrainian 6 125

References[change | change source]

  1. "#Imagine: Junior Eurovision set for Paris". eurovision.tv. 20 May 2021. Retrieved 20 May 2021.
  2. Farren, Neil (20 January 2020). "Martin Österdahl Appointed Eurovision Executive Supervisor". eurovoix.com.
  3. "France to host Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2021". junioreurovision.tv. 9 December 2020. Retrieved 6 August 2021.
  4. "France Télévisions to host 2021 Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Paris". www.ebu.ch. 20 May 2021. Retrieved 6 August 2021.
  5. Spiteri, Steven (20 May 2021). "Junior Eurovision 2021: Slogan and host city unveiled". Eurovisionworld. Retrieved 6 August 2021.
  6. 6.0 6.1 "Final of Paris 2021 - Eurovision Song Contest". junioreurovision.tv. Retrieved 20 January 2023.

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