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  • Writer's pictureHayley Bessell

Junior Eurovision 2023: Winner and full results revealed


Photo credit: Corinne Cumming / EBU

The 2023 Junior Eurovision Song Contest took place overnight in Nice, France.


Sixteen countries sent their best young talent to compete for the Junior Eurovision trophy, and after a top-quality show, one act came out victorious.


The winner of Junior Eurovision 2023 is Zoé Clauzure and France with the song 'Coeur'.




The full results (jury and online voting combined) are as follows:


  1. France: Zoé Clauzure - 'Coeur' - 228 points

  2. Spain: Sandra Valero - 'LOVIU' - 201 points

  3. Armenia: Yan Girls - 'Do It My Way' - 180 points

  4. United Kingdom: STAND UNIQU3 - 'Back to Life' - 160 points

  5. Ukraine: Anastasia Dymyd - 'Kvitka' - 128 points

  6. Poland: Maja Krzyżewska - 'I Just Need a Friend' - 124 points

  7. Netherlands - Sep and Jasmijn - 'Holding on to you' - 122 points

  8. Albania: Viola Gjyzeli - 'Bota Ime' - 115 points

  9. Germany: FIA - 'Ohne Worte' - 107 points

  10. Malta: Yulan - 'Stronger' - 94 points

  11. Italy: Melissa and Ranya - 'Un mondo giusto' - 81 points

  12. North Macedonia: Tamara Grujeska - 'Kaži mi, kaži mi koj' - 76 points

  13. Portugal: Júlia Machado - 'Where I Belong' - 75 points

  14. Georgia: Anastasia and Ranina - 'Over The Sky' - 74 points

  15. Estonia: ARHANNA - 'Hoiame kokku' - 49 points

  16. Ireland: Jessica McKean - 'Aisling' - 42 points


As with the main Eurovision Song Contest (at least until next year), points at Junior Eurovision were allocated in a 50/50 split between jury and public vote.


The public was once again able to vote for up to three songs via an online platform, permitting fans to vote for any country (including their own).


The results of the jury vote were:


  1. France: Zoé Clauzure - 'Coeur' - 136 points

  2. Armenia: Yan Girls - 'Do It My Way' - 116 points

  3. Spain: Sandra Valero - 'LOVIU' - 115 points

  4. United Kingdom: STAND UNIQU3 - 'Back to Life' - 102 points

  5. Albania: Viola Gjyzeli - 'Bota Ime' - 70 points

  6. Poland: Maja Krzyżewska - 'I Just Need a Friend' - 69 points

  7. Netherlands - Sep and Jasmijn - 'Holding on to you' - 52 points

  8. Malta: Yulan - 'Stronger' - 51 points

  9. Ukraine: Anastasia Dymyd - 'Kvitka' - 45 points

  10. North Macedonia: Tamara Grujeska - 'Kaži mi, kaži mi koj' - 37 points

  11. Italy: Melissa and Ranya - 'Un mondo giusto' - 37 points

  12. Germany: FIA - 'Ohne Worte' - 33 points

  13. Portugal: Júlia Machado - 'Where I Belong' - 30 points

  14. Georgia: Anastasia and Ranina - 'Over The Sky' - 21 points

  15. Ireland: Jessica McKean - 'Aisling' - 8 points

  16. Estonia: ARHANNA - 'Hoiame kokku' - 6 points



The results of the online public vote were:


  1. France: Zoé Clauzure - 'Coeur' - 92 points

  2. Spain: Sandra Valero - 'LOVIU' - 86 points

  3. Ukraine: Anastasia Dymyd - 'Kvitka' - 83 points

  4. Germany: FIA - 'Ohne Worte' - 74 points

  5. Netherlands - Sep and Jasmijn - 'Holding on to you' - 70 points

  6. Armenia: Yan Girls - 'Do It My Way' - 64 points

  7. United Kingdom: STAND UNIQU3 - 'Back to Life' - 58 points

  8. Poland: Maja Krzyżewska - 'I Just Need a Friend' - 55 points

  9. Albania: Viola Gjyzeli - 'Bota Ime' - 45 points

  10. Portugal: Júlia Machado - 'Where I Belong' - 45 points

  11. Italy: Melissa and Ranya - 'Un mondo giusto' - 44 points

  12. Malta: Yulan - 'Stronger' - 43 points

  13. North Macedonia: Tamara Grujeska - 'Kaži mi, kaži mi koj' - 39 points

  14. Georgia: Anastasia and Ranina - 'Over The Sky' - 53 points

  15. Estonia: ARHANNA - 'Hoiame kokku' - 43 points

  16. Ireland: Jessica McKean - 'Aisling' - 34 points





Zoé is a 13-year-old singer from Montrouge, in the southern suburbs of Paris.


Coming to prominence through the 2020 season of The Voice Kids, where she was a semi-finalist, Zoé is an artist on the rise. She has performed with both Amir (Eurovision 2016, 'J'ai cherché') and celebrated not-Greek artist Yseult (C'est vous qui décidez 2021) while also modelling with several brands in France. As well as playing the piano and singing, Zoé is a songwriter in her own right, too, making use of Logic Pro to put her own songs together.


In an interview with our friends at the Douze Points podcast, Zoé said that she is excited to get onstage and see the faces of her audience in Nice. She is also looking forward to hanging out with her fellow contestants and making a few TikToks!



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