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Monday, 30 September 2013 17:15

JESC 2013: Zlata Ognevich Chosen as Co-Hostess

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Timur Miroshnychenko, a commentator for the Eurovision Song Contest in his native Ukraine has been responsible for hosting the preselection in the lead up to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest on a series of occasions, something that he had done alongside Ani Lorak, a former first runner-up within the international competition with the song Shady Lady. NTU, the broadcaster responsible for this years' international spectacle have selected Timur and Zlata as co-hosts with the second runner-up at the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest garnering a major hosting gig for the very first time. This years' edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest is taking place on the 30th November in Kiev, Ukraine.

Ukraine are making a lot of effort to ensure that the 2013 edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest is a major success with the motto being simple, and spelling out Be Creative! The country has also denoted 2013 as the year of children's creative. Timur on the other hand has spoken in favour of the official team saying 'it means being state-of-the-art and knowing how to see beauty in everything. As co-host of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, I want to show the world that the new generation of Ukrainians have a brand new way of thinking'. Zlata wasn't too far off in her way of thinking, adding that 'Ukraine has so many gifted children and people who are always willing to show the beauty and richness of Ukrainian culture through their dances, songs, paintings. What we can show our guests is our big heart, our hospitality and our talent.' Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for all of the latest news.

Source: Official Website

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMxpv8naRd8

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