• Alyce Collett

50 Days until Junior Eurovision 2021 - What we know so far



There are now just 50 days to go until the 2021 edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, so let’s take a look at what we know so far about the upcoming Contest.


After winning the Contest last year, France will host the Junior Eurovision in their capital Paris.


It will be held at La Seine Musicale. The event will be held on Sunday December 19 (Monday December 20 in Australia).


The slogan of the Contest is ‘Imagine’. A simple and effective slogan, chosen for several reasons. First of all, it echoes Valentina's song that won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Warsaw last year.


The logo and stage design for this year’s Contest has also been revealed.


It has also been announced that there will be three possible scenarios for how the Contest will run this year, but which scenario it will be is yet to be announced.



Who will be participating in the 2021 contest?


Unfortunately for the second year in a row Australia will not be participating, but 19 other countries will be. They are:


Albania Anna Gjebrea - 'Stand By You'


Armenia – Artist yet to be confirmed, will be using an internal selection to select their artist


Azerbaijan – The artist confirmed is Sona Azizova (song yet to be released)


Bulgaria – Artist yet to be confirmed, will be using an internal selection to select their artist


France Enzo - ‘Tic Tac’



GermanyPauline - ‘Imagine Us’


Georgia – Artist yet to be confirmed, will be using a National Final to select their artist


Ireland – Maiú Levi Lawlor (song yet to be released)


Italy – Artist yet to be confirmed, will be using an internal selection to select their artist


Kazakhstan – Artist yet to be confirmed, will be using a National Final to select their artist


Malta Ike and Kaya - ‘My Home’


Netherlands - Ayana - ‘Mata Sugu Aō Ne’


North Macedonia – Dajte Muzika ‘Green Forces’ (song yet to be released)


Poland Sara James - ‘Somebody’


Portugal - Simão Oliveira 'O Rapaz' (song yet to be released)


Russia Tanya Mezhentseva - 'Mon Ami'



Serbia - Jovana and Dunja - ‘Children’s Eyes’


Spain - Levi Díaz - ‘Reír’


Ukraine Olena Usenko - 'Vazhil'


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