We are just over two months away to finding out who will be Luna’s successor and the next Dutch representative at Junior Eurovision. As Junior Songfestival goes on, the latest episode saw the acts reveal the title of their entries for this year’s competition.
One of these entries could be the next Dutch Junior Eurovision entry
The title of entries for this year’s Junior Songfestival is as follows:
You are able to listen to a preview of each entry on the latest episode of Junior Songfestival, where the acts shot their promotional material ahead of the release of their entries, which you can watch below:
After the latest news, the entries that they will be comepting with is set to be released shortly, with the live final set to take place on September 23.
The Netherlands’ Junior Eurovision Journey
The Netherlands has participated in every edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest since its inception, first taking part in 2003. The country’s first entry came in the form of Roel, singing “Mijn ogen zeggen alles”. At the close of voting, the Netherlands finished in 11th place, earning 23 points. Since then, the Netherlands have taken part another 18 times, earning one victory in 2009 with Ralf Mackenbach singing “Click-Clack”.
In 2022, the Netherlands were represented by Luna with her song “La Festa” in Yerevan. Once the combined scores were revealed, the Netherlands finished in 7th place. They received 58 points from the jury vote, and 70 from the public vote.
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News Source: Junior Songfestival
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