Saturday, November 15, 2014

ITALY WINS JUNIOR EUROVISION 2014

The 9th edition of the Junior Eurovision song contest took place tonight in Malta. Sixteen countries with three debutants (Italy, Montenegro, Slovenia) took the stage this time with kids between 10 and 15 years performing the songs. Beautifully staged show went on smoothly and the songs were pretty good, well, some of them. The internet voting was a disaster though and didn't happen at all. Italy debuted and won with Vincenzo Cantiello's Tu primo grande amore.
Full results above.

Belarus - Nadezhda Misyakova - Sokal
Bulgaria - Krisi, Hasan & Ibrahim - Planet of the Children
San Marino - The Peppermints - Breaking my heart
Croatia - Josie - Game over
Cyprus - Sophia Patsalides - I pio omorfi mera
Georgia - Lizi Pop - Happy day
Sweden - Julia Kedhammar - Du är inte ensam
Ukraine - Sympho-Nick - Spring will come
Slovenia - Ula Lozar - Nisi sam
Montenegro - Masa Vujadinovic & Lejla Vulic - Budi dijete na jedan dan
Italy - Vincenzo Cantiello - Tu primo grande amore
Armenia - Betty - People of the sun
Russia - Alisa Kozhikina - Dreamer
Serbia - Emilija Djonin - Svet u mojim ocima
Malta - Federica Falzon - Diamonds
Netherlands - Julia - Around
The previous Junior Eurovision winners are:

2003 Dino - Ti si moja prva ljubav - Croatia
2004 Maria Isabel - Antes muerta que sencilla - Spain
2005 Ksenia Sitnik - My vmeste - Belarus
2006 The Tolmachevy Twins - Vesenniy jazz - Russia
2007 Alexey Zhigalkovich - S druz'yami - Belarus
2008 Bzikebi - Bzz  - Georgia
2009 Ralf Mackenbach - Click clack - Netherlands
2010  Vladimir Arzumanyan - Mama - Armenia
2011 Candy - Candy music - Georgia
2012 Anastasiya Petryk - Nebo - Ukraine
2013 Gaia Gauchi - The start - Malta 

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