Category: Junior Eurovision 2019

#JESC19: The Polish Language

For those of you planning on attending the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Gliwice, you might want to learn a little bit more about the Polish language. Our Editor John came across this useful and educational video over on YouTube from Langfocus: Author: Richard Taylor Source: Eurovision Ireland

#JESC19: Azerbaijan Withdraws

Azerbaijan has withdrawn from this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest. INFE Azerbaijan got confirmation from ITV, the Azeri broadcaster. Like many broadcasters this year, whether it be withdrawing or not returning, no official reason has been given. Azerbaijan first participated in 2012 and 2013, before returning to the […]

#JESC19: Israel Withdraws

KAN, the Israeli broadcaster, have announced that they will once be withdrawing from the Junior Eurovision Song Contest – with no specific reason why. Israel had only participated twice before last year – in 2012 and 2016. However all is not lost for Israeli fans, as KAN have […]

#JESC19: Slovakia Won’t Debut

Last week, we revealed that there was a chance that Slovakia would be debuting at this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest, however the rumoured information seems to have been false. The press spokesperson for RTVS, Erika Rusnáková, confirmed that the nation would not be participating this year. Author: […]

#JESC19: Could Slovakia Debut?

During the day, news about a possible Slovakian debut at this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest has come to light. Eurovision Takeover have sourced a quote given to Eurofestivales. The RTVS Spokesperson told Eurofestivales: “RTVS currently supervises and evaluates in detail the possibilities of cooperation in the Junior […]

#JESC – Giorgi Rostiashvili to represent Georgia

Eurovision may be over for another year, but preparations for Junior Eurovision are just getting started! Earlier today we learned the name of the first contestant heading to Gliwice in Poland this November, and it’s Giorgi Rostiashvili from Georgia! Giorgi won Ranina, the Georgian national broadcaster’s Junior Eurovision […]