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Junior Eurovision 2023 Armenia profile: 'Do It My Way' by Yan Girls

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This year, Armenia will be represented at Junior Eurovision 2023 by the Yan Girls, performing their energetic K-pop banger 'Do It My Way'.

Read on below for more details about the entry, the artist, and the history of Armenia at Junior Eurovision!

About the artist: Yan Girls

Yan Girls, who were internally selected, are a five-piece girl group consisting of members Nane, Nensi, Kamilla, Syuzana and Aida.

Nancy Mnatsakanyan is an 11-year-old who loves singing and painting. She admires pop music, with her favourite musical artists being Iveta Mukuchyan, Aram MP3, Dua Lipa, Beyonce, BLACKPINK and BTS. Her biggest dream was to represent Armenia in Junior Eurovision.

Aida is a 9-year-old who is passionate about singing and dancing. Her favourite music genres are K-pop and hip-hop, with her favourite groups being BLACKPINK, Triple Charms, and BTS. She loves surfing. Aida hopes to one day be a leading actress in a movie and have her very own song and dance studio.

Syuzanna Nikoyan is 10 years old. She sings, dances, plays piano, and does artistic gymnastics. She considers her dog her best friend, and always makes sure that they are the first one to hear her songs!

Kamilla Davtyan is an 11-year-old who started singing at the age of 4 and plays piano and drums. She loves games, puzzles and Lego. When it comes to music, she loves both classical and contemporary pop music.

Nané Andreasyan is 11 years old. She loves to sing, dance and pose for the camera. She also loves to paint and has had some of her paintings displayed at different exhibitions.


About the song: 'Do It My Way'

'Do It My Way' was composed by tokionine, with the lyrics written by Junior Eurovision 2021 winner Maléna and Vahram Petrosyan. This is the same team behind the Junior Eurovision winning song 'Qami Qami'.

In terms of style, Yan Girls have been very clear that they are inspired by their favourite K-pop artists and hope to bring that sound to the Junior Eurovision stage.

The music video is directed by Artur Manukyanm, who also directed the 'Qami Qami' video.

Armenia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest

Armenia made their Junior Eurovision debut back in 2007 and have competed in every year since, only missing the 2020 contest which they withdrew from due to the war in the Nagorno-Karabakh region at the time.

Armenia has never finished outside the top ten and has placed in the top three on nine occasions, winning twice and finishing as the runner-up five times. In 2010 Vladimir Arzumanyan took first place with 'Mama' and in 2021 Maléna's 'Qami Qami' was the winning entry.

Junior Eurovision 2023 will be held in Nice, France on November 26, 2023 (November 27, 2023 in Australia).

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