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On the 30th November 2013, the European Broadcasting Union will be hosting the tenth edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, which is being staged in Kiev, Ukraine. As part of the rebranding of the event, a certain co-relation is being created between the senior and the junior events of the Eurovision Song Contest, so much so that two former winners of the senior event; Ruslana and Emmelie de Forest have both been invited to perform as special guests during the course of the evening.

It is also worth noting that the one of the hosts of the evening is Zlata Ognevich, the female artist who represented Ukraine at this years’ edition of the Eurovision Song Contest with the song Gravity, finishing in second place. This is a similar system to the one used by NTU, the national broadcaster of Ukraine when they hosted the Junior Eurovision Song Contest a couple of years back by getting Ani Lorak to co-host. Malta is returning to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest with Gaia Cauchi and her entry The Start which she co-wrote with Elton Zarb, Matt Mercieca and Gillian Attard  of La Voix Academy. It is always important to denote that the Mediterranean Country had been absent from the event for the past two (2) years. Stay tuned to for the latest news.

Source: Junior Eurovision (Official Website)

Thursday, 24 October 2013 00:15

JESC 2013: Rumours Suggest San Marino Debut

NTU, host broadcaster of this years' edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest is currently finalising details with regards to the staging despite the fact that the final list of participating countries is not yet confirmed. The fact of the matter remains that the European Broadcasting Union is somewhat holding talks with a select number of broadcasters, leading to possible debuts and returns. It is being widely rumoured that San Marino will be making their first appearance at the competition, even though success at the senior event has not been recorded.

Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, FYR Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Netherlands, Russia, Sweden and Ukraine are the eleven (11) participating countries which have confirmed their presence for the event taking place in Kiev, Ukraine. Malta will be returning to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest following an absence of two years, with Gaia Cauchi set to perform the song The Start a co-write between Elton Zarb, Matt Mercieca and Gillian Attard. San Marino's debut would see Italian being used at the event for just the second time in history with Switzerland having made use of the language back in 2004 with Demis Mirarchi performing the track Birichiro. Stay tuned to for all of the latest news about the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2013.


This morning the official logo for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2013 has been presented. NTU, the Ukrainian Broadcaster has revealed that the official logo will complement the slogan for this year's contest which is Be Creative! One might ask why is the logo made from Puzzles. It has been explained that puzzles are means for people to be creative.

Puzzles also represent a mystery and every child uses puzzles. A puzzle also connects one another and Junior Eurovision is one way of uniting and connecting all the children around the world. As stated by the Executive Supervisor Vladislav Yakovlev: He's the perfect symbol of bringing all the elements of the show - the children and their talent - together. The Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held in Kiev on 30th November 2013 with the return of Malta after an absence of 2 years. Malta will be represented by prodigy Gaia Cauchi of La Voix Academy headed by Gillian Zammit. Stay tuned to for all of the latest news.

Source: Junior Eurovision (Official Website) will continue reporting from the national selections preceding the Junior Eurovision Song Contest as Malta returns to the competition following a two year absence with Gaia Cauchi who was internally chosen by the Public Broadcasting Services. During the course of the evening, it was the Netherlands which selected their entry in what has been annually coined as an oustanding selection process encompassing some of the best talent that the nation can offer. Indeed, the line-up was stunning and any one of the top three entries would have made the country proud at the event organised by the European Broadcasting Union.

Mylène and Rosanne won the ticket to represent the Netherlands with their entry Double Me following a successful vote by the professional jury made up of Brownie Dutch, Katja Schuurman and Tim Douwsma; a kids jury which included last years' representative, Femke and of course, tele-voting. The song is an uptempo number which will surely entertain the crowd in Kiev, Ukraine. It is to be noted that this is the second set of twins to go to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest with the previous set of twins, known as the Tolmachevy Sisters going onto win the competition with their entry Vesenniy Jazz.

Maltese representative; Gaia Cauchi is yet to reveal her entry but is thought to be working with vocal coach Gillian Attard and songwriters Elton Zarb and Matthew Mercieca, who were also responsible for the song Betrayed, the second runner-up at the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2013. More information about her proceedings and so forth will be published in a first exclusive interview on this web portal. Stay tuned to for more of the latest news about this years' edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest which is taking place on the 30th November in Kiev, Ukraine.

Source: Avro