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  • Writer's pictureEmma Garrie

Online voting and where to watch Junior Eurovision 2023




The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2023 will be held at the Palais Nikaïa in Nice, France on Sunday November 26 (early morning of Monday November 27 in Australia).


The show will be hosted by France Télévisions presenters Olivier Minne and Laury Thilleman. Minne hosted Junior Eurovision in 2021 and presented the French votes at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1992 and 1993, as well as providing broadcast commentary from 1995 through 1997. Thilleman is a French journalist, model, presenter, actress and was crowned Miss France 2011.


A total of 16 nations will participate, including the host country and defending champion France, as well as Estonia who are making their debut in the competition this year.


Unfortunately Australia will not be participating. Previous broadcasters SBS and ABC Me confirmed earlier this year that they will not be sending a representative nor broadcast the Contest.


Online Public Voting

The good news is that everyone can participate in voting for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. You can even vote for your own country if they are participating!


Online public voting is now open and ends up until just before the Contest begins. Voting is incredibly easy! Step 1: Go to jesc.tv Step 2: Preview all of the performances Step 3: Vote for your 3 favourite acts




Voting will temporarily close just before the commencement of the live final and will reopen later in the show for approximately 15 minutes after all 16 songs have been performed.


The public votes will make up 50% of each song's total score with the other 50% being decided by a professional jury. As always the song with the most points wins!


Check out all 16 rehearsal performance clips here;


If you need a bit of extra help check out our profile articles on each participating country:


Aussievision's Junior Eurovision 2023 profile articles:


Where to watch Junior Eurovision 2023

Due to Australia’s non participation this year, the show will not be shown live or via delayed broadcast on Australian television. However it can be viewed via the official Junior Eurovision YouTube Channel





The Contest starts at 16:00 CET on Sunday 26 November.


This equates to these times in each State/ Territory:


WA – 11:00pm - 26 November

NT – 12:30am - 27 November

QLD – 1:00am - 27 November

SA – 1:30am - 27 November

ACT/NSW/VIC/TAS – 2:00am - 27 November

Once you have voted let us know your favourites! Find us on Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, YouTube, Threads and Instagram. All the links can be found at: https://linktr.ee/aussievisionnet

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