Online voting and where to watch Junior Eurovision 2021
The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2021 will be held at the La Seine Musicale, Paris, France on Sunday December 19 (early morning on Monday December 20 in Australia).
19 countries are taking part. Unfortunately this year Australia confirmed that they will not be participating for a consecutive year due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, but fans of the Contest from Australia can still vote!
Online Public Voting
Online public voting will be open from Friday 17 December (Saturday 18 December for Australians) 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 preview all the performances (you can also see below) Step 3: You then get the opportunity to vote for 3 of your favourite Junior Eurovision 2021 acts. Also it is a little different from the main Eurovision Contest, if the country you are from is participating in Junior Eurovision 2021 you can support them by voting for them!
Anyone from around the world can vote! The online voting stops just before the show begins and then will reopen after all participants have performed. It will then reopen 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 2021 will be determined by 50% professional juries and 50% online public voting.
If you need a bit of help the Aussievision team have ranked all the songs. Check out our Junior Eurovision 2021 profiles, song and comments for each country below ranked from 1st to 19th.
Aussievision team's Junior Eurovision 2021 rankings
1st place - Armenia - Maléna - 'Qami Qami'
2nd place - Poland - Sara James - 'Somebody'
3rd place - North Macedonia - Dajte Muzika - 'Green Forces'
4th place - France - Enzo - 'Tic Tac'
5th place - Ukraine - Olena Usenko - 'Vazhil'
6th place - Georgia - Niko Kajaia - 'Let's Count The Smiles' 7th place - Italy - Elisabetta Lizza - 'Specchio (Mirror on the Wall)'
8th place - Spain - Levi Díaz - 'Reír'
9th place - Russia - Tanya Mezhentseva - 'Mon Ami'
10th place - Albania - Anna Gjebrea - 'Stand By You' 11th place - Netherlands - Ayana - ‘Mata Sugu Aō Ne’ 12th place - Azerbaijan - Sona Azizova - ‘One of Those Days’ 13th place - Ireland - Maiú Levi Lawlor - 'Saor (Disappear)' 14th place - Germany - Pauline - 'Imagine Us' 15th place - Kazakhstan - Alinur & Beknur - 'Ертегі әлемі (Fairy World)' 16th place - Serbia - Jovana and Dunja - 'Children's Eyes' 17th place - Malta - Ike & Kaya - ‘My Home’ 18th place - Portugal - Simão Oliveira - 'O Rapaz' 19th place - Bulgaria - Denislava and Martin - 'Voice of Love'
Aussievision Podcast - Junior Eurovision 2021 Preview
Our bonus preview episode of Junior Eurovision 2021 is out. We run through the Contest, the top 3 songs from the Aussievision team and make predictions.
Listen to it on Apple Podcasts here:
And on Spotify here:
Where to watch Junior Eurovision 2021
You can watch the Junior Eurovision 2021 live online via the livestream on the official Junior Eurovision Youtube account. The Contest starts at 3:00am AEDT on Monday December 20 (or December 19 at 16:00 CET in Europe). This equates to these times in each State:
WA – 11:00pm - December 19
NT – 12:30am - December 20
QLD – 1:00am - December 20
SA – 1:30am - December 20
ACT/NSW/VIC/TAS – 2:00am - December 20
Due to Australia’s non participation this year, the show will not be shown live or delayed telecast by the Australian public broadcaster.
Once you have voted let us know your favourites! You can find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, find us @aussievisionnet