It is less than a week before the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022 takes place in the Armenian captain of Yerevan. Before traveling to Armenia, Freya Skye and the BBC have revealed more details about her performance of “Lose My Head”
What we know about Freya Skye’s Junior Eurovision 2022 performance
In this five-minute vlog Freya did for the BBC, it has been revealed her performance is being choreographed by Jorge Antonio. Jorge has previously worked with artists such as Little Mix and Anne Marie. Jorge has revealed in the video that they want the performance in Yerevan to be largely similar to the music video. Like the music video, Freya has been rehearsing with four female backing dancers, who are likely to join her on stage. It has also been confirmed that the red lighting from the music video will remain in her Junior Eurovision 2022 performance.
The dancers that will join Freya on stage are Kristen-Leigh, Meesha, India, and Soraiyah. As well as getting to know Freya in the vlog we also learned more about the team that will be surrounding her onstage.
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
To keep up to date with our coverage of the 2022 Junior Eurovision coverage, you can do so by clicking right here.
The United Kingdom’s Junior Eurovision Journey
The United Kingdom was one of the first countries to take part in the first edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2003. Represented by Tom Morley and his song “My Song for the World”, the UK finished in 3rd place in Copenhagen. At the close of voting, Morley earned 118 points, only behind Spain and Croatia. The UK would compete a further two times, with their most successful attempt coming in 2004. In Lillehammer, Cory Spedding finished in second place with her song “The Best is Yet to Come”.
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News Source: BBC
Photo Credit: BBC/Justin Downing