Australia’s 2018 Junior Eurovision representative Jael Wena has released her song ‘Champion’ for competition in Minsk, Belarus. Broadcaster ABC has described the song as one that “celebrates those who stand up for what they believe in, overcoming adversity, are a great friend, are true to themselves, [read more…]
Australia’s 2018 Junior Eurovision entry will be released on Monday, 8th October. Jael Wena took to Instagram to announce the date of her song release, with filming of the music video now complete.
The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018 will take place in the Belarusian capital city, Minsk on the 25th of November 2018 at the Minsk-Arena. It will be the second time that the contest will be held in Belarus, after it previously staged the 2010 edition.
12-year old Melbourne-born singer Jael Wena will represent Australia at Junior Eurovision in Belarus in November.
Central Asian and former Soviet Republic country, Kazakhstan will be making their Eurovision debut at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018, which is being held in Minsk, Belarus. The European Broadcasting Union confirmed the news today (25th July).
Australia has been invited to take part in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018. The contest in Belarus will have 19 participating countries, including Australia and debuting countries such as Wales and Kazakhstan, for a record amount of nations taking part in Junior Eurovision.
The 2018 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place on Sunday 25th November in the Minsk Arena in Belarus.
The access issues of the voting website during JESC2017 were caused by a security system. Spokespersons of EBU have confirmed this to ESCDaily in response to our editorial from earlier this week.
For the second time in a row, Australia improved on their best ever Junior Eurovision result. Isabella Clarke finished in 3rd place and made her country proud. ESCDaily looks back on her perfect week at JESC2017.
Online voting is the future, also for adult Eurovision, argues ESCDaily’s Chief Editor Steef van Gorkum in this editorial. However, there are still many concerns that EBU needs to address.