๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡ฒ Armenia confirms Junior Eurovision 2023 participation

๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡ฒ Armenia confirms Junior Eurovision 2023 participation

More countries are continuing to confirm their participation at this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest, which will take place in Nice. The next country to reveal their participation is last year’s host country Armenia.

Selection to be used to find Nare’s successor

Children aged 9-14 as of November 26 can apply for the competition. The applicants can be a soloist, duo or a group (with a maximum of 6 participants). Those who are interested can fill in an application on www.eurovision.am, and upload a cover of a live performance of two songs. Those who are successful in the fist stage will then be invited to a audition with AMPTV, where a professional jury will choose the winner and be Armenia’s representative for Nice.

Applications will be open until July 23, and those who have further questions can email AMPTV at ‘eurovision@1tv.am’.

About Junior Eurovision 2023

Junior Eurovision 2023 landed in ‘Nice’ after France won the competition for a second time in Yerevan, where its 2022 representative Lissandro won the competition with “Oh Maman”. This year’s competition will take place on the 26th of November at 16:00CET in Nice, at the Palais Nikaรฏa in Nice, which can accomodate up to 9,000 spectators.

At the time of writing the following countries have been confirmed for this year’s contest:

Armenia’s Junior Eurovision Journey

Armenia is one of the most successful countries in Junior Eurovision. The Caucasian nation first took part in 2007 and finished in second place, with “Erazanq” performed by Arevik. Following this, Armenia has scored ten top-five results – including two wins in 2010, when Vladimir Arzumunyan triumphed in Minsk with his song “Mama”. They won the contest again in 2021, in Paris. when Malรฉna represented them with her song “Qami, Qami”

In 2022, Nare represented Armenia with her song “Dance!”. At the close of voting in Yerevan, Nare placed second after earning 180 points, 110 of these came from the national juries, while the other 70 points came from the online voting.

Are you happy that Armenia will be participating at this year’s Junior Eurovision? Who Would you like to see them represent in Nice? Let us know in the comments or on social media! Be sure to follow โ€œThat Eurovision Siteโ€ on FacebookInstagramTwitter, and Tik-Tok for the latest Eurovision news.

News Source: AMPTV

Photo Credit: Corinne Cumming/EBU

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