The BBC, the British national broadcaster, have revealed their commentators for the 2022 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, in Yerevan.
The BBC have revealed that CBBC stars Lauren Layfield and HRVY will commentate on the Contest from Salford. Lauren Layfield had the following to say:
“I’m absolutely thrilled to be nicking Graham Norton’s job for Junior Eurovision! I’m such a huge fan of ‘grown-up’ Eurovision, it’s the biggest and best music competition in the world and I live for the outrageous costumes, the jaw-dropping staging and the Euro-pop bangers! The Junior Contest is going to be no exception, showcasing best young talent across Europe. We’ve genuinely got a certified bop from 13-year-old UK entry Freya Skye, so Union Jacks at the ready, I’ll see you live on BBC One and CBBC on December 11th!”
HRVY had the following to say:
“I’m so excited to be hosting Junior Eurovision, I can’t wait to see the creativity of young talent on the show. As a singer myself I know the immense sense of excitement they’ll be feeling, it really is an amazing opportunity.”
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Author: Richard Taylor
Categories: BBC, Eurovision 2021, JESC United Kingdom, Junior Eurovision 2022
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