We have another day where countries are releasing their Junior Eurovision 2022 entries. Today, the next country to relese their entry today is Georgia as they release their entry for Yerevan, titled “I Believe” by Mariam Bigvava.
Wishing peace for the world
Georgia chose a mid-tempo song, where Mariam sings about wanting peace in the world, and how she wants this for the world. The song is mainly in Georgian, with the inclusion of an English chorus. Combine this Mariam’s vocal capability, we should see a great live performance from Mariam in Yerevan.
Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022
The 2022 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Yerevan, following Malena’s win in the 2021 Junior Eurovision Song Contest with “Qami Qami“, with the competition set to take place on the 11th of December. The competing countries in this year’s competition are as follows:
- Albania – Kejtlin Gjata
- Armenia – Nare
- France – Lissandro
- Georgia – Mariam Bigvava
- Ireland – Sophie Lennon
- Italy – Chanel Dilecta
- Kazakhstan – David Charlin
- Malta – Gaia Gambuzza
- The Netherlands – Luna
- North Macedonia – Lara, Irina & Jovan
- Poland – Laura Bączkiewicz
- Portugal – Nicolas Alves
- Serbia – Katarina Savić
- Spain – Carlos Higes
- Ukraine – Zlata Dziunka
- United Kingdom – Freya Skye
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Georgia’s Junior Eurovision Journey
Georgia is the most successful country to take part in Junior Eurovision, currently with three wins under their belt. The country joined the Junior Eurovision family in 2007 with Mariam Romelashvili sing “Odelia Ranuni”, finishing in 4th place. Georgia would go on to win the competition the following year, with Bzikebi’s “Bzz…”. Georgia would also win the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2011 and 2016 respectively. Georgia also hosted the Contest in Tbilisi in 2017.
In 2021, Georgia was represented by Niko Kajaia and his song “Let’s Count the Smiles” in Paris. Once the combined scores were revealed, Georgia finished in 4th place – earning 163 points. The online vote gave Georgia 59 points, whilst professional juries awared 104 points to the country.
What do you make of the Georgia’s entry for this year’s contest? Do you think the Georgia will get another win in Yerevan? As always, let us know what you think by commenting below. Also, be sure to follow ‘That Eurovision Site’ on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Tiktok as we prepare for the Junior Eurovision 2022!
News Source: EBU
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