Eurovision 2020

#JESC20: Eurovision Ireland & Friends Predict The Junior Eurovision 2020 Winner!

Along with our friends from Eurovision Apocalypse, OnEurope, The Euro Trip, 12 Points from America and a former JESC Commentator, we have voted to decide who we think will be the winner of the 2020 Junior Eurovision Song Contest.

Before you head over to the link, to view our animated scoreboard and to see the full results, Staggy came knocking at my door during the week to intervene with the results. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic taking over Europe and the world, he stated that it was unfair that all the Delegations couldn’t get together and get to celebrate the community feel – therefore he want’s every country to get 12 points. These will be added to the interactive Scoreboard as the Televote.

View the animated Scoreboard HERE!

So here is a reminder on where the top scores went:

  • John (Eurovision Ireland) – 12 The Netherlands, 10 Russia, 8 Ukraine
  • Richard (Eurovision Ireland) – 12 The Netherlands, 10 Georgia, 8 Russia
  • James (Eurovision Ireland) – 12 Kazakhstan, 10 France, 8 Spain
  • Bogdan (Eurovision Ireland) – 12 Russia, 10 Kazakhstan, 8 France
  • Sarah (Eurovision Ireland) – 12 The Netherlands, 10 France, 8 Germany
  • Roy (Eurovision Apocalypse) – 12 France, 10 Spain, 8 Belarus
  • Phil (OnEurope) – 12 The Netherlands, 10 Ukraine, 8 Russia
  • Rob (The Euro Trip) – 12 Ukraine, 10 Belarus, 8 Georgia
  • James (The Euro Trip) – 12 France, 10 Belarus, 8 Poland
  • Danny (12 Points USA) – 12 Ukraine, 10 The Netherlands, 8 Kazakhstan
  • Derek (12 Points USA) – 12 Ukraine, 10 Belarus, 8 Spain
  • Erik (12 Points USA) – 12 Malta, 10 Ukraine, 8 The Netherlands
  • Sam (12 Points USA) – 12 Ukraine, 10 Spain, 8 France
  • Lisa-Jayne (JESC Commentator) – 12 Belarus, 10 Kazakhstan, 8 Georgia

So congratulations go to The Netherlands and Unity who scored 112 points overall, with the song “Best Friends”. Eurovision Ireland and everyone else who voted would like to wish everyone all the best for the main event on Sunday 29th November.

Author: Richard Taylor

Scoreboard: James Scanlan

Source: Eurovision Ireland

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