Champions Week

🏅 #JESC22: Champions Week – Part 1/4

With a new winner been crowned this week at the 2022 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, let’s take a look back at the alumni that they will be joining.

2003 – Dino Jelusić “Ti si moja prva ljubav”

Dino Jelusić took victory for Croatia at the inaugural Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen, Denmark. Dino performed “Ti si moja prva ljubav” and finished 9 points ahead of Spain.

Video: YouTube/EBU

2004 – María Isabel “Antes muerta que sencilla”

María Isabel took victory for Spain at the 2004 Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Lillehammer, Norway. María performed “Antes muerta que sencilla” and finished 31 points ahead of the United Kingdom.

Video: YouTube/EBU

2005 – Ksenia Sitnik “My vmeste”

Ksenia Sitnik took victory for Belarus at the 2005 Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Hasselt, Belgium. Ksenia performed “My vmeste” and finished 3 points ahead of the Spain.

Video: YouTube/EBU

2006 – Tolmachevy Sisters “Vesenniy jazz”

Tolmachevy Sisters took victory for Russia at the 2006 Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Bucharest, Romania. Tolmachevy Sisters performed “Vesenniy jazz” and finished 25 points ahead of Belarus.

Video: YouTube/EBU

2007 – Alexey Zhigalkovich “S druz’yami”

Alexey Zhigalkovich took victory for Belarus at the 2007 Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Alexey performed “S druz’yami” and finished 1 point ahead of Armenia.

Video: YouTube/EBU

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Author: Richard Taylor

Source: Eurovision Ireland

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