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#AtoZ: Languages At Junior Eurovision – Part 1/7

In the first of two special #AtoZ series ahead of the 2021 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, we are celebrating the languages sung at the Contest.

Albanian

The Albanian language first appeared at the 2012 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Igzidora Gjeta represented Albania with “Kam një këngë vetëm për ju” – finishing in 12th and last place, with 35 points.

Video: YouTube/EBU

Armenian

The Armenian language first appeared at the 2007 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Arevik represented Armenia with “Erazanq” – finishing in 2nd place and 136 points.

Video: YouTube/EBU

Azerbaijani

The Azerbaijani language first appeared at the 2012 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Omar & Suada represented Azerbaijan with “Girls and Boys” – finishing in 11th place and 49 points.

Video: YouTube/EBU

Belarusian

The Belarusian language first appeared at the 2003 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, in Copenhagen, Denmark. Volha Satsiuk represented Belarus with “Tantsuy” – finishing in 4th place and 103 points.

Video: YouTube/EBU

Bulgarian

The Bulgarian language first appeared at the 2007 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Bon-Bon represented Bulgaria with “Bonbolandiya” – finishing in 7th place and 86 points.

Video: YouTube/EBU

Croatian

The Croatian language first appeared at the 2003 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, in Copenhagen, Denmark. Dino Jelusić represented Croatia with “Ti si moja prva ljubav” – finishing in 1st place and 134 points.

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Author: Richard Taylor

Source: Eurovision Ireland

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