๐Ÿ‡ท๐Ÿ‡บ TES Preview: “A Big Production” for Tanya’s rehearsal

๐Ÿ‡ท๐Ÿ‡บ TES Preview: “A Big Production” for Tanya’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 Russia’s rehearsal, let’s see how their first rehearsal went.

What happens during Tanya’s performance?

The performance starts off with Tanya on a bike, accompanied by two dancers, with buildings being displayed in the background, as Tanya and her dancers cycle through. Tanya and her dancers stay in the bikes until after the first chorus, where two more dancers join the performance, and they do more choreography until the second chorus.

When we get to the bridge, we then see Tanya being lifted up on a hoop, as we see fireworks being displayed in the background in the lead-up to the end of her performance.

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

Russia’s Junior Eurovision Journey

Russia has been participating in Junior Eurovision since 2006. Vladislav Krutskikh first represented Russia with the song “Doroga k solntsu” he placed 9th in the contest scoring 66 points. The country has won the contest twice, once with the Tolmachevy Sisters in 2007 with the song “Vesenniy jazz” and then again with Polina Bogusevich in 2017 with the song “Wings”.

In 2020 Russia was represented by Sofia Feskova with the song “My New Day” the song scored 88 points from the jury and the online vote, placing 10th in the contest.

What do you think of Tanya’s rehearsal so far? Are you looking forward to seeing the full performance? Let us know in the comments below or on social media. Donโ€™t forget to follow โ€˜THAT Eurovision Siteโ€™ over at FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

News Source: That Eurovision Site

Photo Source: Andres Putting / EBU

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