Junior Eurovision 2019 – Ultimate Guide

The 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Gliwice-Silesia, Poland at 16:00 CET.

Today, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be taking place in Poland, after their victory at last year’s contest in Minsk, Belarus with the song ‘Anyone I Want To Be’. After months of preparation, rehearsals and more, the contest is finally ready to be shown to the public.

Participants (Running Order)

This year, 19 countries will compete in the contest. In the official running order, they are:

  • Australia: Jordan Anthony – We Will Rise
  • France: Carla – Bim Bam Toi
  • Russia: Tatyana Mezhentseva and Denberel Oorzhak – A Time For Us
  • North Macedonia: Mila Moskov – Fire
  • Spain: Melani – Marte (Mars)
  • Georgia: Giorgi Rostiashvili – We Need Love
  • Belarus: Liza Misnikova – Pepelny (Ashen)
  • Malta: Eliana Gomez Blanco – We Are More
  • Wales: Erin Mai – Calon Yn Curo (Heart Beating)
  • Kazakhstan: Yerzhan Maxim – Armanyńnan Qalma
  • Poland: Viki Gabor – Superhero
  • Ireland: Anna Kearney – Banshee
  • Ukraine: Sophia Ivanko – The Spirit Of Music
  • The Netherlands: Matheu – Dans Met Jou
  • Armenia: Karina Ignatyan – Colours of your Dream
  • Portugal: Joana Almeida – Vem Comigo (Come With Me)
  • Italy: Marta Viola – La Voce Della Terra
  • Albania: Isea Çili – Mikja ime fëmijëri
  • Serbia: Darija Vračević – Podigni Glas (Raise Your Voice)

Stage & Arena

The 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Arena Gliwice, Gliwice-Silesia, Poland. The arena is known as one of the most modern and well-known arenas in Poland and Europe. The stadium has a capacity of around 17,000. The stage was designed by Giorgos Stylianou-Matsis, one of the most well-known set designers in Poland.

Voting

Voting for the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest opened on the 22nd of November and will close on Sunday the 24th of November, right before the live show. The online voting will then re-open for 15 minutes during the live show. All online votes will account for 50% of the total vote. The other 50% comes from the professional juries. They cast their votes in yesterday’s jury show. You can vote for 3-5 countries and you can vote for your own country. Click here to vote.

How To Vote – 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest

Hosts

Ida Nowakowska, Roksana Węgiel and Aleksander Sikora will host the show in the Gliwice Arena. Find out more about them here.

Photo: TVP

ESCtakeover Scorecard

ESCtakeover have designed a scorecard for the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The sheet is A4 landscape. You may need to shrink the document to fit, dependant on your printer.

Designed by ESCTakeover

The Trophy

The trophy of Junior Eurovision 2019 was designed by Kosta Boda, who have designed the official Eurovision Song Contest trophy since 2008.

Photo: JuniorEurovision.tv

How To Watch The Show

You can watch the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest via your national broadcaster or on YouTube via the official livestream. The show starts at 3pm (UK time) and will most likely last around two and a half hours.

How To Follow The Show Live

ESCtakeover are proud to announce they will be covering the final of Junior Eurovision 2019 LIVE via Tweet Takeover. Make sure to follow us and turn on post notifications so you don’t miss a thing. Coverage will be provided by Owen and Ellie.

We hope you enjoy the show! Follow us on Instagram and Twitter for the latest updates! @esctakeover.

Article Source: JuniorEurovision.tv

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