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Poland won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018.

 

Contrary to the regular Eurovision Song Contest, all songs have to be sung in the country's native language. They are allowed to include a few lines in English, though.

 

Full ranking:

  1. Poland (215)
  2. France (203)
  3. Australia (201)
  4. Ukraine (182)
  5. Malta (181)
  6. Kazakhstan (171)
  7. Italy (151)
  8. Georgia (144)
  9. Armenia (125)
  10. Russia (122)
  11. Belarus (114)
  12. Macedonia (99)
  13. Netherlands (91)
  14. Israel (81)
  15. Ireland (48)
  16. Azerbaijan (47)
  17. Albania (44)
  18. Portugal (42)
  19. Serbia (30)
  20. Wales (29)

Official Recap:

 

 

Winning performance:

 

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Will one of them get the trophy this year? :P

 

 

 

First two entries for the 2019 Contest:

 

Albania 2019: Jonida Maliqi / "Ktheju Tokës"
Language: Albanian

 

 

Spain 2019: Miki / "La Venda"

Language: Spanish

 

 

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France 2019: Bilal Hassani / "Roi"
Language: French & English

 

 

Czech Republic 2019: Lake Malawi / "Friend of a Friend"

Language: English

 

 

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Australia 2019: Kate Miller-Heidke / "Zero Gravity"
Language: English

 

 

Italy 2019: Mahmood / "Soldi"
Language: Italian & Arabic

 

 

United Kingdom 2019: Michael Rice / "Bigger Than Us"
Language: English

 

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Oh my, where do I start.....  :ph34r:

 

The entries from Albania and the Czech Republic were ok, nothing special at all but ok...

I do love the Italian language but their song feels too monotonous. There's nothing seriously wrong with it, but it is a little boring.

Australia..... singing opera in a ridiculous outfit didn't work for Estonia last year, and won't work for Australia this year..... :rolleyes:

France.... awful voice and I'm not sold on the song either. And what's with singing lines in English when French is such a beautiful language?  <_<

Spain... oh dear.....  :lol: 

United Kingdom.... frankly it's embarrassing that a country like the UK is represented by such crap in a music competition. They clearly have no interest in this contest anymore, so why do they even bother... :angry:

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So far, I only like the Spanish and the Italian entry.

 

More boredom... NQ fodder for the semi finals.

 

Croatia 2019: Roko / "The Dream"

Language: English

 

 

Estonia 2019: Victor Crone / "Storm"

Language: English

 

 

Latvia 2019: Carousel / "That Night"
Language: English

 

 

Montenegro 2019: D-Moll / "Heaven"

Language: English

 

 

Slovenia 2019: Zala Kralj & Gašper Šantl / "Sebi"
Language: Slovene

 

 

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Oh dear, things go from bad to worse.....  :ph34r:

 

Croatia: Pretentious crap. The verse sounds like a slowed-down version of the (vastly superior) Finnish entry from 1983, "Fantasiaa"

 

Estonia: Not bad I guess, but instantly forgettable. And like some of the entries here in Sweden this year very obviously inspired by Avicii.

 

Latvia: Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

 

Montenegro: What the hell is this?! Complete and utter rubbish, with cringeworthy lyrics.

 

Slovenia: Possibly the most boring entry in the whole of Eurovision history. Boring song and boring performers (if you can even call them that).

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Apparently, Maruv won the Ukrainian National Final last night, but she won't be allowed to represent the country because she has given concerts in Russia 😡
I don't get why the EBU doesn't ban Ukraine and Russia from the contest... every year there's some new drama involving these two countries.

 

Denmark 2019: Leonora / "Love Is Forever"

Language: English, French, Danish & German

 

 

Germany 2019: S!sters / "Sister"

Language: English

 

 

Hungary 2019: Joci Papai / "Az ém apám"

Language: Hungarian
Joci Papai previously represented Hungary in 2017 with the song "Origo" which finished in 8th place.

 

 

Lithuania 2019: Jurij Veklenko / "Run with the Lions"
Language: English

 

 

Romania 2019: Ester Peony / "On a Sunday"

Language: English

 

 

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Ukraine is officially out of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. This was supposed to be their entry:

 

 

Belgium 2019: Eliot / "Wake Up"

Language: English

 

 

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Finland 2019: Darude feat. Sebastian Rejman / "Look Away"
Language: English
Darude is best known for his international hit "Sandstorm" (1999).

 

 

 

Iceland 2019: Hatari / "Hatrið mun sigra"
Language: Icelandic

 

I sooo want this to win the contest... it's fantastic.

 

 

Moldova 2019: Anna Odobescu / "Stay"
Language: English

 

 

Norway 2019: KEiiNO / "Spirit in the Sky"
Language: English

 

 

Portugal 2019: Conan Osíris / "Telemóveis"

Language: Portuguese

 

 

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Cyprus 2019: Tamta / "Replay"

Language: English

 

 

Georgia 2019: Oto Nemsadze / "Sul tsin iare"
Language: Georgian

 

 

Serbia 2019: Nevena Božovič / "Kruna"

Language: Serbian & English
Nevena previously represented Serbia in 2013 as part of the trio Moje 3. Back then, their song "Ljubav je svuda" failed to qualify for the Grand Final.

 

 

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Austria 2019: PAENDA / "Limits"
Language: English

 

 

Azerbaijan 2019: Chingiz / "Truth"
Language: English

 

 

The Netherlands 2019: Duncan Laurance / "Arcade"
Language: English

 

 

North Macedonia 2019: Tamara Todevska / "Proud"
Language: English

Tamara Todevska previously represented North Macedonia (the country formerly known as FYROM) in 2008 as part of the trio Tamara, Vrčak and Adrian. Back then, their song "Let Me Love You" failed to qualify for the Grand Final.

 

 

Poland 2019: Tulia / "Fire of Love (Pali się)"
Language: English & Polish

 

 

San Marino 2019: Serhat / "Say Na Na Na"
Language: English

Serhat previously represented San Marino in 2016. Back then, his song "I Didn't Know" failed to qualify for the Grand Final.

 

 

Switzerland 2019: Luca Hänni / "She Got Me"
Language: English

 

 

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This year's field is now complete.

 

Current betting odds for the winner:

  1. Netherlands
  2. Russia
  3. Sweden
  4. Switzerland
  5. Cyprus
  6. Italy
  7. Iceland
  8. Greece
  9. Norway
  10. Portugal

Let's see how this will change until May...

 

Armenia 2019: Srbuk / "Walking Out"
Language: English

 

 

Belarus 2019: ZENA / "Like It"
Language: English

 

 

Greece 2019: Katerine Duska / "Better Love"
Language: English

 

 

Israel 2019: Kobi Marimi / "Coming Home"
Language: English
 

 

Ireland 2019: Sarah McTernan / "22"
Language: English

 

 

Malta 2019: Michela / "Chameleon"
Language: English

 

 

Russia 2019: Sergey Lazarev / "Scream"
Language: English
Sergey Lazarev previously represented Russia in 2016 with the song "You Are the Only One" which finished in 2nd place.

 

 

Sweden 2019: John Lundvik / "Too Late for Love"
Language: English

 

 

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