🇦🇲 TES Preview: “A sleek and cohesive performance” for Maléna’s rehearsal

🇦🇲 TES Preview: “A sleek and cohesive performance” for Maléna’s rehearsal

Today, the remaining ten participating countries of the 2021 Junior Eurovision Song Contest are having their second rehearsal. These are Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Albania, Ukraine, North Macedonia, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Serbia, Russia, and France.

In today’s rehearsal, the attending Press had the opportunity to watch the full rehearsals from these countries. Before we find out what happens in Armenia’s rehearsal, let’s see how their first rehearsal went.

What happens during Maléna’s performance?

We start with a close-up shot of Malena in the middle of the stage, which zooms out and pan out, where we see a pink neon moon, and smoke on stage. We then see the background change into the space. When we get to the chorus, the four dancers accompanying Malena then appear and join Malena in the middle of the stage, as the background is shown constantly changes.

For the rest of the performances, Malena stays in the middle of the stage, whilst the dancers spread out across the stage. Once the performance ends, we see some flare gun pyro being shot in opposite directions of the stage.

You are able to see a preview of the performance right here:

Armenia’s Junior Eurovision Journey

In 2007, Armenia made its debut in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest with Arevik and the song “Erazanq” (Երազանք) which place 2nd. Since their debut, Armenia has participated 13 times, won the competition once (2010), and even hosted in Yerevan in 2011.

Their recent participation in 2019, saw Armenia participating with Karina Ignatyan with the song “Colours of Your Dream”, which managed to place 9th overall, receiving 115 points from the Jury and Online Vote.

What do you think of Maléna’s rehearsal so far? Are you looking forward to seeing the full performance? Let us know in the comments below or on social media. Don’t forget to follow ‘THAT Eurovision Site’ over at FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

News Source: That Eurovision Site

Photo Source: Robert Koloyan

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