JUNIOR EUROVISION 2020

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Where, when and how will it be held?

 

It will be hosted live from a studio in the Polish capital Warsaw on Sunday 29 November (Monday 30 Australian time).

The acts however will be performing from a studio in their home nation.

Martin Österdahl, the Contest’s Executive Supervisor explained the reason:

"Travel restrictions and the ongoing issues relating to the COVID-19 pandemic mean regrettably we cannot bring all the artists to Poland to compete in person at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest this year."

Who is competing?

13 countries have confirmed their participation:

Armenia

Artist TBC

Belarus

Arina Pehtereva - 'Aliens'

 

Georgia

Artist TBC

Germany
Susan -
'Stronger Than You'

​​​​​​Kazakhstan
Karakat Bashanova -
'Forever'

Malta
Chanel Monseigneur -
'Chasing Sunsets'

Netherlands 
Unity -
'Best Friends'​

​Poland

Alicja Tracz - 'I'll Be Standing'

Russia
Sofia Feskova -
'My New Day'

Serbia
Petar Ančić -
'Heartbeat'

Spain
Soleá -
'Palante'

Ukraine
Oleksandr Balabanov -
'Vidkryvai (Open)'

 

  

Countries that competed in 2019 but have confirmed they will not be participating

  • Albania

  • Australia

  • Ireland

  • Italy

  • North Macedonia

  • Portugal

  • Wales

 

Australia previously announced in July it would not be competing because of COVID-19. It will also not be broadcasting the Contest this year.

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