• Kyriakos Tsinivits

Online voting and where to watch Junior Eurovision 2019


The 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest (JESC) will be held at the Gliwice Arena in Gliwice-Silesia in Poland on Sunday 24 November (Early morning, Monday 25 November in Australia. 19 nations are taking part, including Australia for the fifth time in a row.


Online Voting

Online voting is now open from today Saturday 23 November (Friday 22 November 2019 if you're in Europe) up until the beginning of the Contest.


It's super easy to vote!


Step 1: Go to vote.junioreurovision.tv

Step 2: You will get to watch all the performances.

Step 3: You then get the opportunity to vote for 3 to 5 of your favourite Junior Eurovision 2019 acts.


Also it is a little different from the main Eurovision Contest, if the country you are from is participating in Junior Eurovision 2019 you can support them by voting for them! In fact anyone from around the world can vote!


So yes you can vote for Australia and support Jordan Anthony!


The online voting stops just before the show begins and then will reopen after all participants have performed. It will then remain open for only a further 15 minutes.


All the online votes will be converted into points and revealed during the show after the jury voting from each participating country have been announced.


The winner of the Junior Eurovision 2019 will be determined by 50% jury and 50% online voting.


If you need a bit of help a team of nine Aussievision jurors have ranked all the songs. Check out our Aussievision profiles, song and comments for each country below ranked from 1st to 19th.


Also you can listen to our Junior Eurovision preview podcast episode for further in depth reviews of the favourites. You can find our Junior Eurovision preview podcast episode via Spotify, Apple or wherever you get your podcasts.


ARTICLES

1. FRANCE - Carla - Bim Bam Toi

2. POLAND - Viki Gabor- Superhero

3. SPAIN - Melani Garcia - Marte

4. AUSTRALIA - Jordan Anthony - We Will Rise

5. NORTH MACEDONIA - Mila Moskov - Fire

6. SERBIA - Darija Vračević - Podigni glas

7. THE NETHERLANDS - Matheu - Dans met jou

8. UKRAINE - Sophia Ivanko - The Spirit of Music

9. ARMENIA - Karina Ignatyan - Colours of Your Dream

10. GEORGIA - Giorgi Rostiashvili - We Need Love

11. MALTA - Eliana Gomez Blanco - We Are More

12. RUSSIA- Tatyana Mezhentseva and Denberel Oorzhak - A Time For Us

13. KAZAKHSTAN - Yerzhan Maksim - Armanyńnan qalma

14. IRELAND - Anna Kearney - Banshee

15. ITALY - Marta Viola - La voce della terra

16. ALBANIA - Isea Çili - Mikja ime fëmijëria

17. BELARUS - Liza Misnikova - Pepelny (Ashen)

18. WALES - Erin Mai - Calon yn Curo (Heart Beating)

19. PORTUGAL - Joana Almeida - Vem Comigo (Come with Me)


Good luck!


Where to watch Junior Eurovision 2019

To watch Junior Eurovision 2019 live online visit junioreurovision.tv where the Contest starts at 2:00am AEDT on Monday the 25 November (or 16:00 CET in Europe).


Now that maybe a bit too early for some.... Australians will be able to watch the show on ABC ME on Monday 25 November at 6:00pm AEDT and again on repeat on Saturday 30 November at 10.55am AEDT. Junior Eurovision 2019 will also be available on the ABC ME app at 8:15pm AEDT on Monday 25 November.


Once you have voted let us know your favourites! You can find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, find us @aussievisionnet

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