This Sunday Junior Eurovision live from Armenia

This Sunday Junior Eurovision live from Armenia

This Sunday, December 11, it’s time for the Junior Eurovision, live from Yerevan in Armenia.

No fewer than 16 countries take part in the songcontest for children. The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022 is the 20th edition of the annual Junior Eurovision Song Contest. There will be 3 hosts: Iveta Mukuchyan, Garik Papoyan, Karina Ignatyan and don’t forget Robin the Robot. The United Kingdom will return after a sixteen-year absence, while Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Germany and Russia will not take part, with the latter’s broadcasters having been indefinitely suspended from the EBU due to the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine. The contest is organised by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and host broadcaster Public Television Company of Armenia (AMPTV).

The 16 participants are:

#CountryArtistSongLanguage
1 NetherlandsLuna“La festa”Dutch, English[a]
2 PolandLaura“To the Moon”Polish, English
3 KazakhstanDavid Charlin“Jer-Ana (Mother Earth)” (Жер-Ана)Kazakh, English
4 MaltaGaia Gambuzza“Diamonds in the Skies”English
5 ItalyChanel Dilecta“Bla Bla Bla”Italian, English
6 FranceLissandro“Oh maman!”French[b]
7 AlbaniaKejtlin Gjata“Pakëz diell”Albanian
8 GeorgiaMariam Bigvava“I Believe”Georgian, English
9 IrelandSophie Lennon“Solas”Irish
10 North MacedoniaLara feat. Jovan and Irina“Životot e pred mene” (Животот е пред мене)Macedonian, English
11 SpainCarlos Higes“Señorita”Spanish[c]
12 United KingdomFreya Skye“Lose My Head”English
13 PortugalNicolas Alves“Anos 70”Portuguese[d]
14 SerbiaKatarina Savić“Svet bez granica” (Свет без граница)Serbian
15 ArmeniaNare“Dance!”Armenian, English
16 UkraineZlata Dziunka“Nezlamna (Unbreakable)” (Незламна)Ukrainian, English